Tuesday , 18 June 2019

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Madagascar farmers request aid to produce more food

Madagascar farmers request aid to produce more food

from MARIO RAJOMAZANDRY in Antananarivo, Madagascar ANTANANARIVO – SMALL scale farmers in Madagascar have appealed to government and the private sector to help them diversify from ...

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Technology anticipated to eradicate rampant poaching

Technology anticipated to eradicate rampant poaching

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG - SOME 8 000 rhinoceros have been killed- including 508 last year- since the start of the poaching epidemic a decade ago. This makes South Africa ...

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Limpopo targets Easter in quest to be tourism mecca

Limpopo targets Easter in quest to be tourism mecca

by AKANI CHAUKE POLOKWANE - THE Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA) is making the most of the Easter period to market the province as a leading domestic destination of choice in the coun ...

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SA bumper harvest allays regional maize shortfalls

SA bumper harvest allays regional maize shortfalls

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG - DESPITE the expected drop in regional maize production in 2019, worsened by the dreadful Cyclone Idai, the supply during the 2019/20 marketing y ...

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Credible provincial news for Mpumalanga launches

Credible provincial news for Mpumalanga launches

by NOKUTHULA HLATSHWAYO NELSPRUIT - A new kid in the media space has been born in Mpumalanga Province! Mpumalanga Guardian, www.mpguardian.co.za, is online news publication that t ...

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All 149 passengers perish in Ethiopian Airlines crash

All 149 passengers perish in Ethiopian Airlines crash

from ADANE BIKILA in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia  ADDIS ABABA – ALL 149 passengers aboard Ethiopian Airlines died on the spot when the jet crashed shortly after take-off on Sunday from ...

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SA halts global maize exports to boost SADC

SA halts global maize exports to boost SADC

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG - REGIONAL supplies of the staple maize are projected to decline to their lowest level this month but it is not all gloom and doom as South Africa ...

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Marula festival ignites Limpopo tourism sector

Marula festival ignites Limpopo tourism sector

by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG – THE Limpopo Tourism Authority (LTA) is making the most of the upcoming annual Limpopo Marula Festival to boost the travel and hospitality sector ...

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Overspending discouraged this Valentine’s Day

Overspending discouraged this Valentine’s Day

by TINTSWALO BALOYI  JOHANNESBURG - FIRST National Bank (FNB) has discouraged the public from overspending this Valentine’s Day. Ester Ochse, Product Specialist at FNB Wealth and ...

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Zimbabwean leaders slammed for SA medical tourism

Zimbabwean leaders slammed for SA medical tourism

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - ZIMBABWE’S ruling elite has come under criticism for seeking medical treatment in neighboring South Africa while leaving the majority exposed to ...

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