Wednesday , 20 June 2018

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  • Research platform could solve BRICS energy problems

    Research platform could solve BRICS energy problems

    by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG - THE Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) Think Tanks Council (BTTC) has proposed a new platform to help solve renewable energy chall ...

  • Zimbabwe graft crusade a bark with no bite

    Zimbabwe graft crusade a bark with no bite

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG – THE failure to prosecute culprits has made Zimbabweans in Diaspora skeptical of their government’s pledge to fight corruption and ultimately reviv ...

  • Limpopo to host summit for young filmmakers

    Limpopo to host summit for young filmmakers

    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – 11th June 2018, African Press Association (APA),- / THE Limpopo Film Youth Summit will be held in the provincial capital, Polokwane, on Thursday, 14th ...

  • DA refutes Joburg is broke, defends graft fight

    DA refutes Joburg is broke, defends graft fight

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH Africa's main opposition - Democratic Alliance (DA) has rejected media reports that the City of Johannesburg is financially troubled after s ...

MTN Nigeria: Shareholders must exercise caution

MTN Nigeria: Shareholders must exercise caution

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - THE MTN Group reported its Chief Executive Officer, Sifiso Dabengwa, was now part of negotiations to resolve its problems in Nigeria, where its unit has ...

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W/Cape discloses spend on initiation programme

W/Cape discloses spend on initiation programme

CAPE TOWN, (CAJ News) - THE Western Cape spent around R 500 000 in the last financial year to ensure a successful initiation season. The Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport c ...

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Mobile industry reacts to record NCC penalty

Mobile industry reacts to record NCC penalty

ABUJA, (CAJ News) - MOBILE network operators have denounced the fine the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has imposed on fellow operator,MTN Nigeria. The country's biggest ...

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SA children “addicted” to the internet

SA children “addicted” to the internet

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - A CONSIDERABLE number of South African parents are concerned their children’s internet-dependency is becoming an addiction. This is according to finding ...

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Candidates confirmed for FIFA Presidency

Candidates confirmed for FIFA Presidency

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - THE Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) member associations have proposed seven candidates for the presidency of the crisis-torn org ...

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Mining firms’ encouraging uptake of technology

Mining firms’ encouraging uptake of technology

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - SAP, the multinational software corporation, is exploring ways of enhancing the growth of the mining industry through technology. In line with that, som ...

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Eskom: No load shedding for six weeks

Eskom: No load shedding for six weeks

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - ESKOM, South Africa’s power utility, announced it had entered six weeks without load shedding. The positive development is attributed to current stabili ...

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Late Cape Town footballer mourned

Late Cape Town footballer mourned

CAPE TOWN, (CAJ News) - CONDOLENCES are pouring in for the late Ajax Cape Town player, Cecil Lolo, who has been killed in a car accident. The defender was 27. The Democratic Allia ...

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Joburg pumps R90-million into road projects

Joburg pumps R90-million into road projects

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - THE implementation of the City of  Johannesburg’s multimillion-rand Roads Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Programme is at an advanced stage in Region ...

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EXCLUSIVE FEATURE: Varsity student unrest grips Nigeria, SA

EXCLUSIVE FEATURE: Varsity student unrest grips Nigeria, SA

from MASAHUDU KUNATEH, AUGUSTINE OSAYANDE & HANSRAJ KANHYE Africa Bureaus JOHANNEBSURG, (CAJ News)- NIGERIA and South Africa are ranked the two biggest economies in the contin ...

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