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GRADSTAR – ’10 OF THE FINEST’ TOP STUDENTS ANNOUNCED!

South Africa’s Top 10 Students named by leading employers!   After receiving thousands of entries from across the country and putting the entrants through a rigorous four-phase judging process, South

GRADSTAR – BE RECOGNISED AS ONE OF SA’s MOST EMPLOYABLE GRADUATES

South Africa’s search for the Top 100 Undergraduates launches.   With so much unrest surrounding universities lately, positive news regarding our country’s students can seem in short supply. The launch

2nd EASTERN CAPE MANUFACTURING INDABA TO BE HOSTED: 20 OCTOBER 2017 – BOARDWALK CASINO & HOTEL, PORT ELIZABETH

Port Elizabeth – Following the recent success of the fourth national Manufacturing Indaba event which took place at Emperors Palace, Ekurhuleni, in June 2017, and the aligned Small Business Indaba,

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NIGERIA NOW SECOND WORLD’S LEADING PRODUCER OF SORGHUM

NIGERIA’s agri-business in the sorghum cultivation is now amongst world’s leading position at number two after the United States of America, USA, which is the number one world’s leading producer.

I WANT TO GO BACK TO NIGERIA, SOUTH AFRICA IS NOT FOR ME

There are a lot of issues affecting Nigerians living in South Africa and we want to address the issues with the relevant organizations. We would like to share Tunji’s story

SOUTH AFRICA PITCHES FOR 2023 RUGBY WORLD CUP

Ireland, France and South Africa all promised millions in the bank, great stadiums and “the best tournament ever” before figuratively plucking on the emotional heartstrings as they sought to earn

FAMILY RETURNED FROM A DREAM HOLIDAY IN SOUTH AFRICA TO FIND FRAUDSTERS HAD SCAMMED THEM OUT OF £35,000 BY CLONING THEIR SAINSBURY’S CREDIT CARD

Tristan Walters has been scammed out of £35k after a holiday in South Africa Mr Walters, of Devon, suspects the card was cloned by someone at their hotel Sainsbury’s has

COSATU EMBARKS ON NATIONAL STRIKE, THREATENS TO ‘SHUT DOWN COUNTRY’

Trade federation Cosatu will on Wednesday embark on a national strike against state capture. The federation has threatened to shut down the country as it marches on city halls‚ banks‚

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NEW PRESIDENT TAKE OVER ANGOLA TOP JOB

Angola is Africa’s second-largest oil producer, yet that wealth has clearly not trickled down. President-elect Joao Lourenco, who is dos Santos’ chosen heir, says he wants to lessen dependence on

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FIGHT BREAK OUT BETWEEN UGANDA LAWMAKERS

Heavy security was deployed in the capital, campala, and police fired tear gas and arrested scores Tuesday who demonstrated their opposition to ongoing efforts to remove the age limit from