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WATCH: REFUGEES DEMAND ASSISTANCE TO LEAVE SA

Cape Town – The City, Home Affairs and the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) are sitting with their arms folded, while hundreds of refugees are living in unhygienic

TEENAGER ASSAULTED IN XENOPHOBIC ATTACK AT SALT RIVER HIGH SCHOOL

Cape Town – A Grade 10 pupil at Salt River High School was attacked in an alleged bullying incident at the school following months of threats from her peers. Donette

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THE ROLE OF MANUFACTURING IN AFRICA

Manufacturing plays a prominent role in Africa’s economic development made evident by how industrial growth positively affects the overall GDP and productivity of the nation. Manufacturing activities promote development in

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175KM OIL DISCOVERY OFF SOUTHERN COAST OF SOUTH AFRICA

Total Announces Ground-breaking Oil Discovery 175km Off the Southern Coast of South Africa Now, more than ever, is the time to attend the Africa Gas Forum where attendees will be

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CAPE TOWN BOASTS HIGHEST NUMBER OF BLUE FLAG BEACHES IN SA

CAPE TOWN – Cape Town’s beaches once again boast the highest number of Blue Flag beaches in the country. The National Blue Flag Programme is coordinated by the Wildlife and

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OVER 300 INDUSTRY LEADERS TO ATTEND THIS YEAR’S CRU AFRICA FERTILIZER AGRIBUSINESS CONFERENCE

Over 300 industry leaders to attend this year’s CRU Africa Fertilizer Agribusiness Conference 2018, which is aimed at promoting investment, partnership and innovation across the sector. After three successful events

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RAMAPHOSA TO UNVEIL MANDELA STATUE AT UN HQ ON HERITAGE DAY

While South Africans celebrate Heritage Day on home soil on Monday, President Cyril Ramaphosa will extend the country’s historic legacy by unveiling a statue of late president Nelson Mandela at

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ACTING PRESIDENT DAVID MABUZA LEAD THE NATIONAL HERITAGE DAY CELEBRATIONS IN KOKSTAD

Acting President David Mabuza lead the National Heritage Day Celebrations at the Riverview Stadium in Kokstad, KwaZulu-Natal Province. The South African Calendar marks September as the Month of Heritage and 

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UNLOCKING AFRICA’S INDUSTRIAL CORRIDORS AND THE ROLE OF STATE OWNED COMPANIES / ENTERPRISES

ABOUT THIS PANEL DISCUSSION: The economic development challenges facing Africa include the highest population growth globally, low growth in infrastructure stock, low levels of intra-regional economic exchange, and remains the

SA TO SPEND R276.6 BILLION ON IT IN 2018

South Africa is expected to spend R276.6 billion on IT in 2018, a 4.3% increase from 2017, according to Gartner. The market analysis and research firm said all IT segments

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