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Absa Premiership back after festive season recess

Absa Premiership back after festive season recess

JOHANNESBURG - THE Absa Premiership resumes on Friday with the two bottom placed sides- Ajax Cape Town and Bidvest Wits- in action against teams eager to finish in the lucrative top eight. Wits, the s ...

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EXCLUSIVE: Migrants put extra festive shift to tackle January Disease

EXCLUSIVE: Migrants put extra festive shift to tackle January Disease

JOHANNESBURG - CAUGHT on the proverbial horns of a dilemma, many foreign nationals in South Africa have forgone the temptation of visiting their home countries, instead opting to work during the festi ...

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Mining industry welcomes new Zimbabwe regime

Mining industry welcomes new Zimbabwe regime

CAPE TOWN - ORGANISERS of the annual African Mining Indaba are hopeful of progress in Zimbabwe’s mining sector under the new regime of President Emmerson Mnangagwa. The veteran politician took over fr ...

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CAJ News outlines 2018’s Africa growth plans

CAJ News outlines 2018’s Africa growth plans

JOHANNESBURG - TAPPING into opportunities in North Africa is to feature prominently in the growth strategy for Centre for African Journalists (CAJ) News, the continent’s premier news agency, in 2018. ...

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Morocco embassy clarifies ECOWAS position

Morocco embassy clarifies ECOWAS position

by ABDELKADER NAJI PRETORIA - THE the Moroccan diplomatic mission in Pretoria doesn't lobby for the membership of ecowas. The Moroccan Embassy was envited by the Moroccan association and ADF to attend ...

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Morocco desperate to salvage contentious ECOWAS bid

Morocco desperate to salvage contentious ECOWAS bid

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - WITH its unprecedented and divisive bid to be accepted as a member of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) hanging in the balance, the Morocco missi ...

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‘Money useless if SA education is not digitised’

‘Money useless if SA education is not digitised’

JOHANNESBURG - GOVERNMENT’S allocation of more than R200 billion (US$15,6 billion) to expand access to basic education to millions of children in South Africa will be futile without the digitisation o ...

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AMG’s gold reserves to hit R1 billion mark

AMG’s gold reserves to hit R1 billion mark

JOHANNESBURG - THE African Medallion Group’s (AMG’s) gold reserves are set to double to R1 billion (US$78,5 million) in early 2018 after impressive developments at the South Africa based start-up this ...

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Robert Mugabe faces treason charges in Rwanda

Robert Mugabe faces treason charges in Rwanda

KIGALI – THE authoritarian regime in Rwanda has prevented an editor, who is critical of the country’s human rights record, from attending the United Nations Internet Governance Forum (UN IGF) in Switz ...

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Mnangagwa vows Zimbabwe has turned over a new leaf

Mnangagwa vows Zimbabwe has turned over a new leaf

PRETORIA - ZIMBABWE is neither for the ruling Zanu-PF nor the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), new president Emmerson Mnangwagwa said emphasising his government would abolish partisan ...

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