Friday , 15 December 2017

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South Africa denounces slave trade in Libya

South Africa denounces slave trade in Libya

JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH Africa is committed to eradicating human trafficking and support international efforts to bring perpetrators to justice, an official said in response to alleg ...

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Cellphone key in addressing SA festive season carnage

Cellphone key in addressing SA festive season carnage

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH Africans have been reminded of the role mobile phones can play in making travellers safe amid an accident-prone national road network coupled ...

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Ill Indonesian sailor airlifted to safety off Cape Town

Ill Indonesian sailor airlifted to safety off Cape Town

CAPE TOWN - AN ill Indonesian crew member of a bulk carrier has been airlifted to safety amid strong winds off Cape Town in South Africa. The vessel was en-route from India to Sou ...

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True innovation-led business transformation starts in Cloud

True innovation-led business transformation starts in Cloud

by CAMERON BEVERIDGE JOHANNESBURG, (APA) - NO matter your industry sector or geographic location, all businesses today have one overriding thing in common: to be successful and su ...

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‘SA can learn a lot from Zimbabweans’ bloodless protests’

‘SA can learn a lot from Zimbabweans’ bloodless protests’

JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH African nationals have praised their Zimbabwean counterparts for shunning violence during protests calling for the resignation of Robert Mugabe in recent days ...

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ANC women take OUTA to task over ANN7

ANC women take OUTA to task over ANN7

JOHANNESBURG - THE Women's League of the ruling African National Congress is dismayed by a campaign by Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) pressurising Multichoice to determinat ...

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Vodacom unveils R80 million building in Lesotho

Vodacom unveils R80 million building in Lesotho

  MASERU - MOBILE operator, Vodacom, has launched the biggest green building in Lesotho at a cost of R80 million (US$5,76 million). This is in support of the global Sustainab ...

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Joburg a carnival as Zimbabweans celebrate Mugabe’s fall

Joburg a carnival as Zimbabweans celebrate Mugabe’s fall

JOHANNESBURG - THOUSANDS of Zimbabwean nationals in Gauteng province (South Africa) have thronged streets of Johannesburg in song and dance to celebrate the demise of former Presi ...

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Anti-Mugabe demos bring learning to a standstill

Anti-Mugabe demos bring learning to a standstill

HARARE – ANTI-Mugabe protests have brought education at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) to a grinding halt. Authorities at the country’s prime tertiary institution have been force ...

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JAM feeds a million kids

JAM feeds a million kids

By GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH Africans have been urged to spare a thought for households who are food insecure. According to JAM International; a South African founded Int ...

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