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TAKE A LOOK | Joburg has new aparthotel, as Hyatt House brand debuts in Africa

Hyatt House Johannesburg Sandton (Image: Hyatt) The Hyatt Hotels Corporation has 1,175 hotels in more than 70 countries on six continents. Some of them, like the Hyatt Regency in Cape Town and Johannesburg, are familiar to South Africans. But in a first for the country and the continent, Hyatt House, …

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ANC suffers worst electoral setback since end of apartheid

JOHANNESBURG – The African National Congress, South Africa’s once-vaunted liberation movement, has had its worst electoral performance since coming to power in 1994, according to municipal election results released Thursday. Faced with widespread anger over corruption and the collapse of services, the party won less than 50% of the national …

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Hyatt House Johannesburg Sandton Celebrates Grand Opening

CHICAGO (November 2, 2021) – Today, Hyatt House Johannesburg Sandton celebrated its opening, marking the debut of the Hyatt House brand in Africa, while expanding the brand’s presence globally in the markets that matter most to customers and customers. World of Hyatt members. Owned by a subsidiary of Millat Properties, …

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ANC could take a hit in Johannesburg

To stay up to date with all the latest news, trends and analysis from this year’s local election, simply scroll down to the live blog below, which is updated around the clock as The citizen keep track of who will be in charge of each of the 213 disputed councils …

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FSC falls to Yeshiva in the first round of the PK qualifiers

# 6 Yeshiva – 2, # 3 Farmingdale State – 2 (YU wins 4-3 in the PK) Farmingdale, New York State – Third-seeded Farmingdale State hosted No.6 Yeshiva University this afternoon for the first round of the Skyline Conference men’s soccer championship and fell on penalties. Yeshiva has advanced to …

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Electric cable theft hits Johannesburg farmer’s market

Power outages caused by theft of cables in Johannesburg’s fresh produce market are affecting the quality and safety of goods. Power outages caused by the theft of cables at Johannesburg’s main agricultural market are affecting the quality and safety of millions of dollars of goods at the food hub, according …

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World faces syringe shortage as COVID vaccine doses rise

NAIROBI, Kenya – African health officials and the United Nations warn of an impending shortage of more than 2 billion needles for mainly low- and middle-income countries around the world as the supply of COVID-19 doses increases and that routine vaccinations could be affected too. The United Nations Children’s Agency …

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Phalatse promises to cut power to electronic toll gates if she becomes mayor of Johannesburg

Democratic Alliance (DA) Johannesburg mayoral candidate Mpho Phalatse promises to cut power to the toll gates if elected. The party says it has been informed that the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) is currently in arrears with City Power. Sanral is the guardian of the electronic toll system …

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UFS nuclear medicine department treats first patient with advanced prostate cancer

Dr Osayande Evbuomwan is Senior Lecturer and Medical Specialist in Nuclear Medicine in the Department of Nuclear Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, Free State University (UFS). UFS and Free State Province are now joining other South African universities, such as University of Pretoria, University of the Witwatersrand and other provinces …

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What’s new in City Press: Cyril is the ANC’s last hope | Somizi’s all lovey dove

Somizi’s all lovey dove Struggling media personality Somizi Mhlongo scored a new TV gig on DStv Moja Love. City Press has learned that Mhlongo has started filming a new dating show called Lovey Dovey, which is slated to premiere in February. Cyril is the ANC’s last hope The ANC will …

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