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The day it snowed in Johannesburg 40 years ago today: PHOTOS – SAPeople

The day it snowed in Johannesburg 40 years ago today: PHOTOS – SAPeople – Worldwide South African News For those who were in the ’80s, it seems everyone remembers the day it snowed, and it snowed, in Johannesburg in 1981 – 40 years ago today, September 11th. (Technically it also …

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Wits leads ambitious partnership to boost AI in Africa

Professor Zeblon Vilakazi, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wits Whis university today invited the African research community to join its new IA Africa Consortium which aims to develop a collaborative network centered on advances in artificial intelligence (IA) and the application of AI in research and innovation. On the occasion …

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Earthquake Information: Mag Minor. 0.8 earthquake

Updated: Sep 4, 2021 07:01 GMT – Refresh Minor earthquake of magnitude 0.8 to 5 km deep September 4 00:31 UTC: First to report: USGS after 3 minutes.Sep 4 00:33: Magnitude recalculated from 1.2 to 0.8. Depth of the hypocenter recalculated from 3.9 to 4.7 km (2.4 to 2.9 mi). …

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Motorist accused of assaulting JMPD agent obtains R 500 bond

JMPD agents witness an accident scene. Papi Morake, Gallo Images A motorist accused of assaulting a JMPD agent on Saturday evening has been released on bail. He is charged with assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. According to the officer, the 25-year-old drove recklessly and jumped a red …

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Pillars of murder of top Gauteng health official arrested, Kathrada Foundation says

Through Loyiso Sidimba 41 m ago Share this article: To shareTweeterTo shareTo shareTo shareE-mailTo share Johannesburg – The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation has called for the pillars of the murder of Gauteng’s health department financial director Babita Deokaran to be brought to justice. The Struggle’s Pillar Foundation was in response to …

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Watchdog in urgent bid to prevent South Africa from extraditing …

Manuel Chang, the former Minister of Finance of Mozambique. (YouTube screenshot) Lawyers involved in the case suspect Pretoria could preempt the courts by putting Manuel Chang on a plane at 7 a.m. Wednesday morning. A Mozambican anti-corruption watchdog on Wednesday asked the Johannesburg High Court to issue an urgent order …

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South African Airways finalizes fleet and restarts plans – CEO

SAA welcomes A320s again, unions challenge Mango court ruling 13.08.2021 – 03:28 UTC South African Airways (SA, Johannesburg OR Tambo) once again welcomed two of its A320-200s that arrived at Johannesburg OR Tambo on August 12, 2021, after being in storage and undergoing C-Check maintenance at Abu Dhabi Int’l during …

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R ‘Manny Dworcan, 75, OBM

R ‘ Menachem (Manny) Dworcan, a founding member of the Lubavitcher community in South Africa and a beloved pillar of the Johannesburg community, passed away on Shabbos. Whole story R ‘ Menachem (Manny) Dworcan, a pillar of the Lubavitcher community in South Africa, died on Shabbos afternoon, Elul 13, 5781. …

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DA chooses mayoral candidates for key battlefield metros

Through Samkelo Mtshali 1h ago Share this article: To shareTweeterTo shareTo shareTo shareE-mailTo share Johannesburg – As local elections approach, the DA has chosen its candidates for the top posts in the subways, which will become the main ballot battlegrounds in the coming months. The official opposition met in Johannesburg …

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Exclusive: DA Shadow Health MEC Criticizes Pace Of Reopening Of Charlotte Maxeke Hospital News South Africa

In an exclusive interview with Briefly News, Democratic Alliance (DA) Shadow Health MEC Jack Bloom criticized the pace of the reopening of Charlotte Maxeke University Hospital in Johannesburg. The hospital has seen parts of it reopen following the fire that ravaged it, with several other parts not due to reopen …

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