Thursday , 22 February 2018

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“Economic growth, free education, land back to people”: Ramaphosa

“Economic growth, free education, land back to people”: Ramaphosa

from DION HENRICK in CAPE TOWN CAPE TOWN, (CAJ News) - SOUTH African President Cyril Ramaphosa's first State of the Nation Address (SONA). Chairperson of the National Council of P ...

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SA to be arraigned in court for SADC Tribunal closure

SA to be arraigned in court for SADC Tribunal closure

JOHANNESBURG - THE long-delayed hearing of the court case against the role South African President Jacob Zuma and his government played in the closure of the Southern African Deve ...

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SA black sugar cane farmers form association

SA black sugar cane farmers form association

DURBAN - THE establishment of the South African Farmers Association (SAFDA), with an investment of over R70 million (US$5,9 million) has been hailed as a milestone for black farme ...

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Davos 2018: BLSA wants state capture, graft tackled

Davos 2018: BLSA wants state capture, graft tackled

JOHANNESBURG - AFTER choosing a new leadership to address intense factionalism, at least for now, the ruling African National Congress (ANC) must lead efforts towards restoring co ...

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Space-age technology to save drought-stricken SA

Space-age technology to save drought-stricken SA

CAPE TOWN - SOUTH Africa’s water-based car washes have been encouraged to switch to water-less polymer-based vehicle cleaning to ease the impact of drought afflicting the country. ...

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BLSA rejects Brown’s ‘state captured’ Eskom board

BLSA rejects Brown’s ‘state captured’ Eskom board

JOHANNESBURG - BUSINESS Leadership South Africa (BLSA) has called for a “review” of Lynne Brown’s position as Minister of Public Enterprises following the contentious retention of ...

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Bad weather halts SAA flights to New York

Bad weather halts SAA flights to New York

JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH African Airways has cancelled flights to New York, United States because of adverse weather conditions. Flights scheduled for the John F. Kennedy Internationa ...

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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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MTN boosts network capacity for festive rush

MTN boosts network capacity for festive rush

JOHANNESBURG - MTN South Africa is boosting its network capacity to address festive season demand. Jacqui O’Sullivan, Executive for Corporate Affairs: MTN SA, said the network upg ...

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Buoyant Ethiopian Airlines outline expansion plans

Buoyant Ethiopian Airlines outline expansion plans

JOHANNESBURG - ETHIOPIAN Airlines, rated Africa's largest and profitable airline group, will launch a new daily service to South Africa in 2018, which is set to be a pivotal year ...

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