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  • Mahlonoko picks up the pieces at Baroka

    Mahlonoko picks up the pieces at Baroka

    by MTHULISI SIBANDAJOHANNESBURG – BY his own admission, Augustine Mahlonoko has not lived up to the lofty expectations since making history as Orlando Pirates’ youngest ever debuta ...

  • Cyber crooks plunder in new scramble for Africa

    Cyber crooks plunder in new scramble for Africa

    from DION HENRICK in Cape TownCAPE TOWN – AFRICA’S mobile fraud losses are forecast to increase to a record US$5 billion by the end of 2021 if the threat of cyb ...

  • SA football mourns pioneer Bhamjee

    SA football mourns pioneer Bhamjee

    by TINTSWALO BALOYIJOHANNESBURG - SOUTH Africa is mourning the death of another football administrator following the death of Abdul Bhamjee. Football administrator, Abdul Bhamjee. ...

  • Lenovo unveils innovation vision for 2021

    Lenovo unveils innovation vision for 2021

    by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG – THE thinnest ThinkPad ever, first 16-inch QHD 165Hz gaming laptops and one of the first mainstream 5G-connected laptop is among an array of ...

OPINION: Ensuring the secure flow of information within a business

OPINION: Ensuring the secure flow of information within a business

by EDMUND JACOBSJOHANNESBURG - THE recent leak of two matric exam papers and arrest of a suspect who works for a company contracted by the Department of Basic Education to print t ...

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Sedibeng mayor Modisakeng mourned

Sedibeng mayor Modisakeng mourned

by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG – GAUTENG is mourning the death of Busisiwe Modisakeng, the Executive Mayor of Sedibeng District Municipality, who passed away on Friday reportedly fro ...

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God, not church principals, is the only Saviour

God, not church principals, is the only Saviour

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA"Pastor, please save me! Without you man of God, there is nothing I can do," shouted one believer at a Pentecostal church in Johannesburg. T ...

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Leaders Stellies gutted at Diski Challenge postponement

Leaders Stellies gutted at Diski Challenge postponement

from DION HENRICK in Cape TownCAPE TOWN - LOG-leaders Stellenbosch FC are distraught at the suspension of the DStv Diski Challenge. However, the team believes the move by the auth ...

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Food insecurity at its worst in SADC region

Food insecurity at its worst in SADC region

from PEDRO AGOSTO in Luanda, AngolaLUANDA - MORE people than ever in the last 15 years are food insecure in Southern Africa. The number has risen to 51,3 million, according to fin ...

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Tough time for corporates as Mauritius battles to clear its name

Tough time for corporates as Mauritius battles to clear its name

by PETER DE BENE recently in Port Louis, MauritiusPORT LOUIS - AUTHORITIES in Mauritius say they are confident that by the end of 2021, the country will exit the so-called "grey l ...

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Infidelity drives wedge between humans and God

Infidelity drives wedge between humans and God

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKAMANY people do not love Jehovah God genuinely but pretend to adore Him simply because they would desperately desire something. Such wants in ...

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Russia develops world’s first Covid-19 antidote

Russia develops world’s first Covid-19 antidote

from JONNY TICKLE in Moscow, RussiaMOSCOW - RUSSIA'S Federal Medical and Biological Agency (FMBA) has announced the development of a drug to fight against Covid-19, which would be ...

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Resurgent pandemic shuts annual Joburg festival

Resurgent pandemic shuts annual Joburg festival

by SAVIOUS KWINIKAJOHANNESBURG – THE sold-out Johannesburg Festival of Lights has been called off in response to South Africa tightening lockdown regulations amid resurgence of th ...

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OPINION: Why Francis Bergoglio will have the Vatican vaccinated?

OPINION: Why Francis Bergoglio will have the Vatican vaccinated?

by BISHOPSROME - THE Catholic media (11 December 2020) announced that Bergoglio plans to vaccinate his employees against COVID-19 in the first months of next year. Commentary: Why ...

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