Eliminate inequalities in South Africa

Sep 25, 2021 JOHANNESBURG JOHNNY MILLER, a photographer, started filming South African cities by drone in 2016. Shots from Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg show neighboring neighborhoods, but different worlds. On one side of a photograph could be a leafy suburb dotted with azure pools; on the other, a slum …

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Tax preparer convicted on multiple counts of tax evasion for filing false tax returns | USAO-WDWA

Seattle – A 58-year-old resident of Pacific, Washington was convicted last night in Seattle U.S. District Court of 14 counts of aiding and abetting false income tax returns, the Acting U.S. prosecutor said Tessa M. Gorman. Jean Mpouli worked for 25 years as an aviation inspector for the Federal Aviation …

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

The Cape and Isles Attorney’s Office announced this week that it would not sue the Vineyard Trust for altering contractors’ work quotes, as the nonprofit considers its future after a turbulent summer that has having regard to the resignation of its executive director. “After a full review of all investigative …

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Which insurance companies don’t check credit scores?

Auto insurance rates are personalized for each individual based on a variety of factors that indicate how risky the driver is to insure. If you are wondering, “Does credit score affect auto insurance?” “, The answer is yes. When applying for coverage, your credit score is one of the common …

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Six arrested for illegal tree pruning in Fourways

The swift action of Johannesburg City Parks and Zoo’s senior horticulturalist, Joseph Ndou, resulted in the arrest of six employees of a large landscaping company for allegedly illegally pruning trees. Six acacias, estimated between 20 and 30 years old and valued at R600,000 have been severely pruned. The six claimed …

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Climate change actors fly to Milan for youth summit

A group of young people, including two students from the University of Cape Town (UCT), travel to Milan to make waves and spark relevant conversation at a youth summit as world leaders prepare for the Conference of United Nations on Climate Change (COP26) in Glasgow later this year. Each delegate …

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South African rand strengthens ahead of interest rate decision

JOHANNESBURG, September 23 (Reuters) – The South African rand strengthened on Thursday, as traders awaited the results of a central bank monetary policy meeting later in the day, where the regulator is expected to leave its policy rate unchanged. At 0643 GMT, the rand ZAR = traded at 14.7300 against …

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Grindrod Shipping Holdings Ltd. announces the price of the secondary offering of ordinary shares

SINGAPORE, September 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Grindrod Shipping Holdings Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRIN) (JSE: GSH) (“Grindrod Shipping” or “Company” or “it” or “we”), a global provider of shipping services primarily to the dry bulk industry, today announced the price of the previously announced secondary public offering of 1,841,962 common shares …

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FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Schindler anticipates tough Cardinals challenge without a win

FRANKFURT – The Frankfort Panthers are on a three-game winning streak, however, Frankfort coach Ed Schindler said they were by no means overconfident heading into Friday night’s game against a Johannesburg-Lewiston side without victory because the Panthers know what the Cardinals are capable of and expect a good competitive football …

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