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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 ...

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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 po ...

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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 n ...

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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 associat ...

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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 balan ...

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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 witho ...

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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 Afric ...

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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 Fo ...

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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 wo ...

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Mnangagwa embarks on first state visit to SA

Mnangagwa embarks on first state visit to SA

JOHANNESBURG - ZIMBABWEAN President, Emmerson Mnangagwa, is embarking on his first visit to neighbouring South Africa following his inauguration last month. He will meet South Afr ...

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