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Foreigners turn on each other in embattled SA

Foreigners turn on each other in embattled SA

from DION HENRICK in Cape TownCAPE TOWN - AN unprecedented clash between some foreign nationals – the Basotho and Zimbabweans- in South Africa adds a ghastly dimension to the ...

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SA aviation fallout felt internationally

SA aviation fallout felt internationally

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria Falls, ZimbabweVICTORIA FALLS - THE Southern African Development Community (SADC) region is bearing the brunt of the suspension of Comair, the o ...

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War, climate shocks wreck SA agro sector

War, climate shocks wreck SA agro sector

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - AFTER two years of growth, South Africa’s agricultural economy is forecast to contract in 2022 because of the Russia-Ukraine war, exces ...

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Travel Indaba back to aid industry recovery

Travel Indaba back to aid industry recovery

by NJABULO BUTHELEZI DURBAN - AFTER an absence of two years because of the coronavirus (COVID-19, Africa's Travel Indaba is returning to showcase the continent’s tourism ...

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Massive global interest to fly to Cape Town

Massive global interest to fly to Cape Town

from DION HENRICK in Cape TownCAPE TOWN - THE highest international terminal numbers since the resumption of international travel, and airlines expanding or introducing fligh ...

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SA, Zim explore agro collaborations

SA, Zim explore agro collaborations

by TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH Africa’s National Agricultural Marketing Council (NAMC) is exploring areas of collaboration with its counterpart in neighbouring ...

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Agro sector caught in Russo-Ukraine crossfire

Agro sector caught in Russo-Ukraine crossfire

from NJABULO BUTHELEZI in DurbanDURBAN - AFRICA’S agriculture markets are forecast to bear the brunt of the escalating war between Russia and Ukraine. Agricultural Business C ...

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City Lodge earnings double as restrictions ease

City Lodge earnings double as restrictions ease

by MTHULISI SIBANDAJOHANNESBURG – CITY Lodge Hotels has more than doubled total revenues to R436 million (US$28,7 million) over the past six months, as occupancy levels incre ...

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Meetings Africa back after two-year absence

Meetings Africa back after two-year absence

by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG – GAUTENG, South Africa’s economic powerhouse, has received almost 1 000 exhibitors, buyers and delegates from around the world for the ...

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Mpumalanga raises millions for world’s highest skywalk

Mpumalanga raises millions for world’s highest skywalk

by SIBUSISO SHONGWEMBOMBELA - THE Mpumalanga Provincial Government has raised R475 million (US$31,3 million) for the skywalk project at the God’s Window, the region’s prime touris ...

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