African All Stars Transfer News & Rumors: Chelsea to add Loftus-Cheek to Hakimi offer

Goal brings you all the latest news, rumors and offers related to African stars around the world Chelsea add Loftus-Cheek to Hakimi’s offer Chelsea are ready to add Ruben Loftus-Cheek to their offer to sign Inter Milan winger Achraf Hakimi, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport. Les Bleus are keen …

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TAKE A LOOK | Adidas has a new Sandton City store with digital mirrors and concierge service

Front of the Adidas concept store in Sandton. (Image: supplied). Adidas will open its South African concept store in Sandton City in Johannesburg on June 25. The store has high tech features including interactive mirrors to help customers with styling options. It also has a sneaker cleaning service and shoppers …

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Citizen Arrest: Johannesburg Woman Brings Phone Thief Into Car

A Johannesburg woman nearly lost her cell phone to a passerby with long fingers, but she manages to defend herself and prevent the thief from escaping. Security cameras from a nearby facility captured the incident and the footage was eventually released on social media. There are reports that the incident …

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Beyond vaccine hesitancy: It’s time for Africa to expand its vaccine manufacturing capacity amid growing COVID-19 vaccine nationalism

In The Lancet Microbe, Paul Adepoju provides a report 1 Africa is preparing for COVID-19 vaccines. on Africa’s delay in the global race to roll out mass vaccination against COVID-19. This race is unprecedented and characterized by high-income countries adopting strategies such as pre-ordering millions of doses before COVID-19 vaccines …

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Elgar leads forward as South Africa recovers against Windies

Dean Elgar’s five-hour occupation of the fold while compiling a valuable 77 took South Africa from depths of 37 for three to comparative comfort of 218 for five on opening day of the second test against the West Indies Friday. Elgar’s disciplined shot of 77, which spanned 237 deliveries and …

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Undiagnosed and untreated disease identified in rural South Africa

PICTURE: Emily Wong, MD view After Credit: African Institute for Health Research BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – A comprehensive health screening program in rural northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa has found a high burden of undiagnosed or poorly controlled noncommunicable diseases, according to a study published in The Lancet Global Health. Researchers found …

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GreenCape Highlights Green Investment Opportunities in New Market Reports

Featured Image: City of Cape Town Sector development agency GreenCape has launched the latest Market Intelligence Reports (MIR) which highlight investment opportunities in key sectors of the green economy. Developed each year in partnership with the Ministry of Economic Development and Tourism of the Government of the Western Cape, MIRs …

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The ALYI EV pilot in Africa benefits from IQST and the UN

Dallas, Texas, June 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTC Pink: ALYI) today released a management update after performing a scheduled review of its electric motorcycle development program last week with the dedicated design team of MODUS Applied Innovations. The review and corresponding update include details of iQSTEL’s …

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Western Cape government calls for Cape Town harbor challenges to be addressed

Minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities of the Western Cape David Maynier asked the Port Consultative Committee (PCC) to consider its suggestions for improving the operational performance of the Port of Cape Town. This follows the seventh annual Port of Cape Town Performance Roadshow, which took place on June 3. …

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Why Section 12J investors should buy carefully over the past two weeks – 2oceansvibe News

[imagesource:here] On June 30, 2021, South Africans will be able to say goodbye to the Section 12J tax incentive. It might not mean much to you, but there’s a reason so many savvy investors are so sad to see the tax break disappear. Once interested, the entire signup process can …

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Criminal charges against the CEO and CFO of Johannesburg Property Company

Criminal corruption charges have been brought by members of the DA against Helen Botes, former CEO, and Imraan Bhamjee, former chief financial officer, of the Johannesburg Property Company (JPC) at Mondeor police station. The charges were brought by Cllr Leah Knott (DA Johannesburg caucus), Manny de Freitas MP (DA regional …

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France vaccinates its citizens in South Africa with its own specially imported doses

(Getty Images) France has started to vaccinate its nationals, and their families, living in South Africa. The French Embassy is using some 2,000 specially imported doses of the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccine. This independent deployment, as South Africa grapples with supply constraints, has drawn some criticism. But France is …

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Lions loan rivals Hacjivah Dayimani and Wiehahn Herbst to rivals

the Lions announced they have loaned term Hacjivah Dayimani and Wiehahn Herbst to his fellow First Division Currie Cup rivals, Western Province and the Sharks, respectively. In a move that will shock many, the Lions have confirmed that free forward Dayimani, as well as heavily traveled mainstay Herbst, are scheduled …

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Active Covid-19 cases in Region C are now at 3,025

The number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the city of Johannesburg, region C stood at 27,281 according to the latest breakdown from the Gauteng provincial government. A total of 23,834 people have recovered so far. There have been 422 deaths linked to Covid-19. This brings the total number of …

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AIDA Cruises will sail to 20 countries and four continents on AIDAsol’s new global cruise

ROSTOCK, Germany, June 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Following the great success of past global travel, AIDA Cruises today announced that AIDAsol will be taking its first global cruise in the winter of 2022-2023, a 117-day adventure that includes passing Cape Horn and Cape of Good Hope and visit …

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Former South African President Eskom has died aged 63 – statement

Eskom Chairman Jabu Mabuza attends the release of the company’s 2018/19 interim results at its Megawatt Park headquarters in Sunninghill, South Africa on November 28, 2018. REUTERS / Siphiwe Sibeko JOHANNESBURG, June 16 (Reuters) – Former chairman of South African power company Eskom and much-admired businessman Jabu Mabuza died of …

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Flint’s new DDA director is the first woman and the first African-American to hold the post

FLINT, MI – The Downtown Development Authority of Flint has hired a new executive director and made history in the process. Kiaira May, who worked at Quicken Loans and Bedrock Real Estate in Detroit, was unanimously appointed to the post by the DDA board of directors and began her work …

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Kenya reopens airspace to Somalia

Ending a month-long feud, Kenya has reopened its airspace for flights to / from Somalia in what Uhuru Kenyatta’s government has called a sign of goodwill to strengthen bilateral ties between the two countries . “The government of Kenya has given due consideration to the intercessions made and has decided …

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How Diving In Technology Can Help Revive Johannesburg’s Ailing Water System

Community members fill buckets of water from a communal tap in a village outside Senwabarwana, Limpopo. Photo: Léon Sadiki VOICE Johannesburg is the economic center of South Africa and needs an uninterrupted supply of water to ensure the continuation of economic activity if one is to avoid disinvestment and the …

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LENAH MABUSELA shares her point of view on renewable energies in South Africa

Celebrating Youth Day 2021 in South Africa, ESI Africa spoke to Lenah Mabusela, one of Globeleq South Africa’s electrical engineers, about the importance of this commemorative day as well as the diversity in the sector. renewable energies. As an energy engineer, working at eight power plants, Lenah and the team …

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Karen Comer Lowe appointed Executive Director of Hammonds House Museum, Atlanta institution known for its collection of African-American art

AN ATLANTA INSTITUTION with a formidable collection of black art, the Hammonds House Museum announced Karen comer lowe is its new managing director and first chief curator. Comer Lowe has a wide range of experiences in the Atlanta arts scene, having most recently served as director and curator at the …

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Who’s who in the new Takatso Consortium

According to the DA, the first major concern regarding the new majority shareholders of SAA is the fact that the board of directors of Harith General Partners was chaired by Jabu Moloketi. CAPE TOWN – A consortium involving a former deputy finance minister, as well as the man behind budget …

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Mysterious stones trigger diamond rush in poverty-stricken village of KZN

Thousands of people have flocked to the outskirts of KwaHlathi village after a cattle herder unearthed a handful of unidentified crystal stones last week. A woman uses a pickaxe to dig as hundreds more search for what they believe are diamonds on June 15, 2021 after the recent discovery of …

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South Africa: publication of a guide on compulsory vaccination policies in the workplace

In short On June 11, 2021, the South African Department of Employment and Labor released guidance on workplace immunization policies, in the form of an amendment to the Consolidated Health Measures Directive and occupational safety in certain workplaces. Employers who wish to implement a mandatory vaccination policy must undertake a …

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Nigeria records highest number of fintech app installs in Africa

The pandemic has radically transformed the way consumers interact with fintech and how it works. Fintechs have grown rapidly, thanks to digital transformation in 2020. Mobile apps have played a key role in transforming fintech across the globe, especially in regions with unbanked or underbanked populations. According to a report, …

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Boeing 727 on the verge of becoming a luxury hotel

A 54-year-old Boeing 727 made a five-day trip through northern South Africa. Unlike the previous flying days, this was a slow and arduous road trip, covering 320 miles from Johannesburg to Hoedspruit. The 727 is destined to become a VIP hotel suite for the ambitious Aerotel, with up to 18 …

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South Africa Rejects 2 Million J&J Vaccines Due to FDA Decision | World news

By MOGOMOTSI MAGOME, Associated Press JOHANNESBURG (AP) – The deployment of the COVID-19 vaccine in South Africa has suffered further delays as it will have to throw away at least 2 million Johnson & Johnson vaccines produced in the country. The vaccines were deemed unsuitable for use by the United …

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South African President Ramaphosa urges G7 countries to close Covid-19 funding gap

Ramaphosa, who joined a wealthy democracies club summit in England and addressed them on Saturday, said the G7 countries, which together account for more than half of global production, should support the accelerator of access to Covid-19 tools to plug the $ 16.8 billion funding gap for this year. “We …

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Africa Energy Week 2021, which takes place in Cape Town; Will focus on investment, oil and gas, renewable energies and energy transition

– The African Energy Chamber (https://EnergyChamber.org) is expected to host the very first African Energy Week (AEW) in Cape Town from November 9-12, 2021. – Replacing Africa Oil Week, the four-day interactive conference aims to unite industry stakeholders, international speakers and stakeholders in the African oil and gas sector. – …

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First Look: The Shocking Details Of MBC’s Explosive Carlos Ghosn Documentary

The 65-year-old businessman has spent 13 months in custody or living in his Japanese home under 24-hour surveillance and under strict bail conditions. But, in December 2019, he pulled off a complex and dramatic escape that could have come straight out of the pages of a TV or movie script. …

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Lift from South Africa to operate independently of SAA – Novick

Pretoria announces new SAA strategic partner 11.06.2021 – 08:02 UTC The South African-based black-owned Takatso consortium was selected as a 51% New Preferred Strategic Partner (SEP) of South African Airways (SA, Johannesburg OR Tambo), with the government retaining a 49% stake, Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan said. said in an …

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South African Higgo wins Palmetto Championship in Congaree

RIDGELAND, SC (AP) – Garrick Higgo won the Palmetto Championship in Congaree for his first PGA Tour victory on Sunday when… RIDGELAND, SC (AP) – Garrick Higgo won the Palmetto Championship in Congaree for his first PGA Tour victory on Sunday when leader Chesson Hadley lost a two-stroke lead with …

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FACT SHEET: US and G7 + partners to deliver more than 2 billion vaccines globally

The United States and our G7 partners are mobilizing to defeat COVID-19 through historic funding, donations and capacity building, demonstrating how democracies can provide for our people and the world. This week in Cornwall, the United States and G7 + leaders announced more than a billion safe and effective COVID-19 …

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Virtual launch of the exhibition Cosmology in African modernities

WATCH: Virtual launch of the exhibition “Ngoma II: Cosmology in African Modernities” The exhibition seeks to explore the interrelationship between art, belief systems and anti-colonial struggles. ‘Ngoma II: Cosmology in African Modernities’ exhibition at the Johannesburg Art Gallery on Sunday June 13, 2021. Photo: Screengrab JOHANNESBURG – The virtual opening …

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Behind the Scenes of Ghosn’s “Last Flight”

“It’s a story you think you know, but there is a human being behind it. And getting the human story of what is indeed a heist is very unique, ”Green said. Ghosn, nicknamed “Mr. Fix It” for essentially saving Nissan from bankruptcy, was arrested in Tokyo on allegations of false …

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South Africa faces tougher lockdown as vaccination plans take a hit

Acting Health Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane has warned of a tighter lockdown as concerns mount over the size and acceleration of the third wave of Covid-19 in South Africa, the Sunday opening hours reports. Kubayi-Ngubane said the government was particularly concerned about Gauteng, which has seen a rapid increase in the …

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African All Stars Transfer News & Rumors: Besiktas prepares Awaziem’s ​​return to Super Lig

Goal brings you all the latest news, rumors and offers related to African stars around the world Besiktas prepares Awaziem’s ​​return to Super Lig Turkish champions Besiktas are looking to bring Nigerian defender Chidozie Awzaziem back to Super Lig. According to Ortacizgi, the Black Eagles are ready to pay € …

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WC Government Says Electricity Regulatory Act Amendments A Good Step

“The load shedding costs the Western Cape economy R 75 million per stage per day. Over the past two weeks, bloodshed has cost the Western Cape economy an estimated R 3.85 billion,” said MEC for Finance and Economic Opportunities, David Maynier. FILE: The Government of the Western Cape is satisfied …

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Africa waits for donated Covid-19 vaccines as cases rise

JOHANNESBURG – In Uganda, hospitals are so overwhelmed with new cases of coronavirus that people are dying while waiting for a bed. In Namibia, all elective surgeries have been canceled to preserve space for Covid-19 patients and military hospitals have been opened for civilian use. In South Africa’s largest city, …

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The role of solar energy in tackling the energy crisis in South Africa

Scatec currently has 448 MW of photovoltaic solar panels in operation in South Africa. Image: Scatec. In an effort to alleviate crippling electricity supply constraints and reduce the use of advanced diesel power plants, the South African government last August launched a technology-independent emergency tender for 2 GW of production …

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South Sudan: New funding to address acute food insecurity and the locust crisis – South Sudan

WASHINGTON, June 8, 2021– South Sudan will benefit from two new projects totaling $ 116 million that aim to build the capacity of farmers, improve agricultural production and restore livelihoods and food security. South Sudan faces increasing levels of food insecurity despite increased production, with exceptionally high food prices limiting …

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New funding to address acute food insecurity and the Desert Locust crisis

WASHINGTON, June 8, 2021– South Sudan will benefit from two new projects totaling $ 116 million that aim to build the capacity of farmers, improve agricultural production and restore livelihoods and food security. South Sudan faces increasing levels of food insecurity despite increased production, with exceptionally high food prices limiting …

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De Kock helps South Africa get ahead of the West Indies

Published on: 06/11/2021 – 9:34 PM Gros-Islet (Saint Lucia) (AFP) Quinton de Kock threw up a failing attack as he hit an unbeaten 141 to take South Africa to a total of 322 first innings and a dominant tea lead on day two of the first test in St. Lucia …

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South Africa’s telecommunications watchdog is expected to reach agreement with two companies by end of August

JOHANNESBURG, June 11 (Reuters) – The South African telecommunications regulator said on Friday that ongoing negotiations with two companies over the dispute over the government’s proposed spectrum auction would be resolved by the end of August. “We should be in a good position to reach an amicable settlement agreement by …

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Gift of the Gives gets green light to drill boreholes in two Johannesburg hospitals

Gift of the Gives has been approved to drill boreholes in other hospitals in Johannesburg. Gauteng Health Department has granted the Gift of the Gives Foundation permission to drill boreholes at Helen Joseph Hospital and Rahima Moosa Hospital. The foundation’s water supply initiative came after the city of Johannesburg experienced …

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BlackRock Smaller Companies Trust Plc

BlackRock Smaller Companies Trust plc(LEI: 549300MS535KC2WH4082) AGM Results BlackRock Smaller Companies Trust plc announces that at today’s annual general meeting all 13 resolutions were duly passed by poll. The full text of the resolutions is available in the Notice of General Meeting appearing in the Annual Report and the Annual …

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Vaccines for all or apartheid of vaccines? by Gordon Brown

The G7 summit in Cornwall will determine who is vaccinated against COVID-19 and safe and who remains unvaccinated and at risk. Leaders in rich countries may be tempted to share surplus vaccines rather than fund the additional costs of global immunization, but that will not be enough. LONDON – The …

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South Africa’s Tokyo Olympics Team Kit Celebrates Local Creators

The South African team unveiled their kit for the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics on Thursday, showcasing relaxed and comfortable styling from four local designers. The kit was modeled at the launch by long jumper Kgotso Mokeona, swimmer Erin Gallagher, canoeist Bridgitte Hartley and Paralympic shot put athlete Tyrone Pillay. The …

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Climate change is a threat to transport systems in Africa: what to do

Worst disruption to Tanzania’s multimodal transport networks could lead to losses of up to $ 1.4 million per day Transport infrastructure, such as roads and rail systems, is one of the sectors most threatened by climate change. Extreme weather events, such as flooding, sea level rise and storm surges, repeatedly …

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Ramaphosa announces efforts to resuscitate razed school and rail infrastructure

The vandalism of the Eminyezaneni school. Photo: Holly Charlton / News24 NEW Due to a drastic increase in cases of theft and vandalism on the rail network and school infrastructure, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced Thursday afternoon that the government had instructed the police to intensify their efforts to fight illegal …

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South African rooibos tea gains global recognition

By Kealeboga Mokomane 6am… 9am… 12pm… 3pm… 6pm… that was the time when my grandmother had her cup of rooibos tea every day – black with a sugar with her porcelain tea. Tea time with my grandmother was family storytelling time – or just a chance to catch up on …

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Bank worker involved in Rand 1.5million loan scam

A former employee of Capitec Bank is one of three people implicated in a loan scam to Graaf Reinet, to the tune of R 1.5 million. One of them, Heinrich Presensie, 36, was sentenced by the commercial crime court in Gqeberha on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, after pleading guilty to …

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Senzeni Marasela and the weight of waiting: New Frame

Interdisciplinary artist Senzeni Marasela sits at her kitchen table. A storm is brewing outside her apartment in Soweto, Johannesburg, and rooibos tea is brewing in a porcelain pot on the table inside. Marasela discloses generational secrets. She tells me how she, her mother, her grandmother and her great-grandmother learned to …

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Is the Nigerian start-up ecosystem the key to the country’s recovery from the coronavirus? | Nigeria 2021

– A recent report named Nigeria as the African country with the most tech start-ups – Launched in 2019, the Digital Economy Policy is committed to boosting the sector – Various obstacles remain to be overcome, linked to both regulations and infrastructure – 4IR start-ups are changing the face of …

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South Africa’s precious Kofi bursts into Boulder’s art world with vivid abstracts – Boulder Daily Camera

The work of contemporary South African artist Precious Kofi – who now lives in Boulder – is bursting with emotion and living tributes to his country of origin. His captivating summaries, rich in color and movement, continue to garner praise from fans, critics and other creators. Artist Precious Kofi poses …

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What Africa Check found in the White Spiritual Boy Trust rabbit hole

By researcher Naledi Mashishi Africa Check does not hesitate to verify the absurd. We have investigated allegations that dead sirens were found in the swimming pool of a South African president. And did a Prophet really dare a lion to fight in Kruger National Park? But I didn’t expect my …

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Time Out names the coolest streets in the world right now

LONDON, June 9, 2021 / CNW / – Today, Time Out, the global media and hospitality brand, launches its first-ever list of names the coolest streets in the world. The first 30 streets listed include a street in Melbourne crowned number one – with Barcelona, London, Havana and LA narrowly …

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South Africans can fly to this African destination from July

Through Travel journalist 32 m ago Share this article: ShareTweeterShareShareShareE-mailShare Airlink has revealed that it will fly from Johannesburg to Entebbe in Uganda, starting July 19, 2021. Road flights will be operated four times a week, in conjunction with AirLink’s national and regional network to and from various destinations in …

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Having trouble getting a home loan?

It was recently reported that 80.7 percent of ooba home loan applicants secured financing in the first quarter of 2021. Fifteen percent of applicants were turned down due to lack of affordability and lack of bad credit rating. Of those rejected homeowners, 44% were turned down by their own bank. …

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Covid-19: South Africa records 4,209 new cases and 120 new deaths

South Africa recorded a total of 1,704,058 confirmed cases of Covid-19 on Tuesday. 4,209 new cases were registered during the last 24 hour cycle. 120 new deaths linked to Covid-19 were recorded, bringing the official death toll to 57,183. South Africa recorded 4,209 new Covid-19 infections on Tuesday and 120 …

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Johannesburg-based curator Londi Modiko on her mission to empower creative black women

Londi Modiko unabashedly decided to change the South African art world. For more than a decade, the Based in Johannesburg curator and artistic advisor has worked on an innovative program that defends the artists, institutions and curators of the country. “As a black woman from farming KwaZulu Natal, I am …

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Project coordinator – IT-Online

An opportunity for a project coordinator for one of our clients in an industrial development consultancy based in Cape Town – ObservatoryPERMANENT POSITION Responsibilities: Set and record own priorities on a weekly basis and support the definition and achievement of weekly team priorities using the tools provided and update shared …

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South African Minister of Health on special leave over corruption allegations

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa put his Minister of Health, Zweli Mkhize, on special leave on Tuesday after allegations his ministry irregularly awarded COVID-19-related contracts to a communications company controlled by his former partners. Ahead of Ramaphosa’s statement, the minister apologized for the public anger at the allegations, the latest …

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Climate change and the future of development finance in Africa

For three days last week, from June 1 to 3, 2021, the African Development Bank (ADB) and the Association of African Development Finance Institutions (AADFI) hosted a webinar aimed at enlightening stakeholders on the challenges and opportunities facing development finance in Africa. Some of the issues discussed include foreign direct …

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Mbalula praises RAF task force after fund posts first surplus in 40 years

Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula said they had managed to cut those costs by a whopping R7 billion and their financial costs had also fallen by more than 60%. Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula at a Road Accident Fund (RAF) briefing on June 7, 2021. Photo: @ MbalulaFikile / Twitter CAPE TOWN …

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New EU ruling could hit India and South Africa’s patent exemption plan

MUMBAI: The European Union has come up with a counter-proposal that could “undermine” India and South Africa’s proposed submission to the World Trade Organization to seek an intellectual property (IP) waiver on Covid-19 drugs and vaccines. This precedes the World Trade Organization (WTO) meeting scheduled for June 8, amid glaring …

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Poor countries urge G-7 members to share more Covid-19 vaccines

Public health officials and leaders in developing countries should pressure the Group of Seven countries to pledge large Covid-19 vaccine donations and billions in funding during a summit later this week, saying the developing world needs more help to emerge from the worst of the pandemic. High vaccination rates are …

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The oil and gas industry should host African Energy Week to define a support program for our oil and gas industry ahead of COP26

This boycott of Africa in favor of Dubai must not be accepted and promoted by the oil and gas industry and African governments MAPUTO, MOZAMBIQUE / ACCESSWIRE / June 7, 2021 / Africa Oil Week’s move to Dubai, away from its home in Cape Town, is wrong, short-term in its …

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the Pentecostal, televangelist and philanthropist

Following the death of the Nigerian televangelist Témitope Balogun Joshua, who founded the Synagogue Church of All Nations in Lagos, there have been a multitude of tributes and obituaries. Religious scholar George Nche, postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Johannesburg, explains Joshua’s enormous influence …

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Covid-19 infections increase in Joburg CBD, Pretoria CBD, Randburg and Bedfordview, according to Gauteng health department

Through Sihle Mlambo 3 m ago Share this article: ShareTweeterShareShareShareE-mailShare JOHANNESBURG: More than 2,870 new Covid-19 infections have been reported in Gauteng, with the districts of Johannesburg and Tshwane accounting for more than 70% of new cases in the province. More than 11,411 people have died from the virus in …

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The turbulent history of the Greeks in South Africa

A group of Greeks in South Africa posing together in the first half of the 20th century. Credit: Antonis Chaldeos Despite being persecuted and discriminated against for decades, the Greeks in South Africa managed to rise socially and prosper, many of them becoming very prosperous and wealthy. Today, they remain …

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British and Irish Lions: Kyle Sinckler replaces injured Andrew Porter in Warren Gatland’s squad | Rugby Union News

Gatland on Porter: “Andrew is a young man with a great future ahead of him and I am sure he will be in contention again in four years”; Every game of the British and Irish Lions tour of South Africa will be exclusively live on Sky Sports Last updated: 06/06/21 …

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The Natan Fund helps new entrepreneurs achieve their dreams

“We have helped hundreds of new small businesses to open in Israel since the start of the coronavirus pandemic,” said Dorit Simonovich Lahav Tsur, manager of the Natan Fund. “Instead of giving fish to the poor, we give them fishing rods so that they can support themselves. “ The Natan …

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England’s Sinckler replaces injured Porter in the Lions team for South Africa

Published on: 06/06/2021 – 13:20Amended: 06/06/2021 – 13:18 London (AFP) England mainstay Kyle Sinckler was called up to the British and Irish Lions squad for their tour of South Africa on Sunday after Andrew Porter was sacked with injury. Ireland international Porter, 25, was sidelined with a toe injury suffered …

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EXCLUSIVE In boost for Africa, Senegal aims to take COVID snapshots next year

Senegal could start producing COVID-19 vaccines next year as part of a deal with Belgian biotech group Univercells to boost drug-manufacturing ambitions in Africa, a source involved in the process told Reuters. project funding. As rich countries begin to reopen after securing vaccine supplies early, African countries are still struggling …

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Managing Director at Roland Stanley Financial Brokers

As a leading financial firm, we are introducing an incredible career opportunity for a Managing Director (Roland Stanley Inc) to join their team in Johannesburg. We are looking for someone who will be able to lead the expansion of the business while maintaining the current positioning in the market. If …

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Great white sharks no longer common in South Africa, leaving researchers puzzled

It’s a bumpy ride through the cool waters of Gansbaai, South Africa for famed shark expert Sara Andreotti. The region was once the shark capital of the world, but now the ultimate predator, which has survived over 400 million years, is in dire straits. Four years ago you could see …

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African All Stars Transfer News & Rumors: Chelsea open for Ziyech sale

Goal brings you all the latest news, rumors and offers related to African stars around the world Chelsea open for sale from Ziyech Premier League side Chelsea are set to sell Hakim Ziyech this summer, according to Calciomercato. The Morocco international has struggled to win with the Champions League winners …

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Western Cape government works with CoCT on mass Covid-19 vaccination sites

Through Mwangi Githahu June 4, 2021 Share this article: ShareTweeterShareShareShareE-mailShare Cape Town – The third wave is getting closer and closer and could arrive in the province within the next week, according to provincial health director Dr Keith Cloete. Speaking at the regular digital health and immunization press conference, Cloete …

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3 lekker things to do in Cape Town this weekend

Sara-Jayne King suggests her fun picks for this weekend. Arno Carstens performs on Saturday night Auriol Hayes performs Saturday night at #dressforsuccesscapetown An introduction to 4X4 driving with Team Offroad https://www.facebook.com/arnocarstensmusic 1. Arno Carstens will perform at Camel Rock in Scarborough on Saturday. It includes his live musical performance and …

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