There is no proof that I killed Maurice Mabasa

Accused of murder, Nomia Ndlovu has denied allegations that she ordered the beating of five members of her family and her lover. She also said she did not plan the murder of at least seven other people in order to take advantage of the insurance benefits. Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu at …

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It’s time to act and urgently fund to put water at the heart of African climate policies | The Guardian Nigeria News

KAMPALA, Uganda, September 27, 2021 – / African Media Agency (AMA) / – Climate change threatens water supplies for Africa’s most vulnerable populations. This is the central theme that WaterAid’s regional programs in Africa want to ensure that delegates to Africa Climate Week 2021 incorporate in their demands to world …

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SA records less than 1,000 new COVID cases and 51 additional deaths

SA records less than 1,000 new COVID cases and 51 additional deaths The Health Department said on Sunday that 967 tests came back positive in the last reporting cycle. FILE: A nurse at Lancet Nectare Hospital performs a COVID-19 coronavirus test in Richmond, Johannesburg, December 18, 2020. Photo: AFP. JOHANNESBURG …

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Job seekers can enjoy FREE broadband for six months with a new government program with TalkTalk

JOB SEEKERS can now enjoy free broadband for six months thanks to a new initiative from TalkTalk and the UK government. The new vouchers will be available to people looking for a job and who have a work coach through JobCentre. 1 TalkTalk is in partnership with the Ministry of …

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The fragile peace between the South African union …

Relations between unions and South Africa’s mining industry have, it seems on the surface, never been better. After decades of intense class conflict, rooted in the grotesque exploitation that defined the apartheid era, this is no small feat. First published in the Daily Maverick 168 weekly newspaper. The latest example …

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Gauteng approaches drought desert territory – Solly Msimanga – POLITICS

DA provincial chief says ANC-led Rand Water and Johannesburg and Ekurhuleni do not take water supply crises seriously Rand Water supply crisis sends Gauteng into drought desert territory September 24, 2021 Gauteng is heading dangerously towards a full-blown water supply crisis, following Rand Water’s admission in a statement released yesterday …

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Why $ 200 billion stake in Tencent is a problem for South African Naspers

China’s tightening regulations on its tech sector have raised concerns among investors around the world, including in South Africa. Indeed, the country’s stock market, home of Africa’s largest stock exchange, is dominated by Naspers, a Cape Town-based company, which is the largest shareholder in Tencent, one of China’s most valuable …

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Off-Grid Solar Critical to Economic Prosperity in Sub-Saharan Africa

There is an urgent need for African governments and policymakers to prioritize off-grid solar to accelerate inclusive and sustainable economic development in a post-COVID-19 world. It is according to the last report by Bboxx and the Engineering Center for International Development at UCL, Off-grid energy and economic prosperity. The report …

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Mpho Phalatsé | What the DA can do for Jozi

VOICE The city of Johannesburg was submerged by a black cloud. Poor governance, unethical behavior and corruption are the order of the day in the corridors of power. During my listening tours, I have personally seen how corrupt practices destroy lives and livelihoods. For example, instead of putting in place …

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African alarm – The Statesman

Is China’s African reach crumbling? The first signs are now visible that Beijing’s decision to attract African countries to its supply chain as part of its ambitious Belt and Road (BRI) initiative over the past decade is emerging. wade. There has been a wave of cancellations of major projects undertaken …

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