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The Enemy of Corruption in South Africa – The Namibian

CAYLEY CLIFFORD ON JANUARY 2, South Africans woke up to the news that the country’s parliament building was on fire. Days later came the release of an 800-page report detailing endemic corruption and poor governance in South Africa. Then, several glass doors and windows were smashed at the Constitutional Court. …

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South Africa still lags behind in showing public support…

Time is running out to protect nature — this is the clear message from the 30×30 NOW campaign which aims to highlight the seriousness and urgency of the biodiversity crisis facing South Africa and the world and to champion the global target of protecting at least 30% of the world’s …

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Tich Mataz on his rise to the top in South Africa, then calamity

BULAWAYO – At the height of his fame in South Africa, Tichafa Matambanadzo had a garage brimming with 25 stylish, high-end vehicles, while he also owned at least nine properties dotted around Mzansi. It was the 1990s, when a recently liberated South Africa was waking up to a world of …

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‘We’re not okay’: South African students stranded…

“We literally woke up to the sound of the bombs, we could hear them from our apartment – ​​that’s what woke us up. We are 30 minutes from the border where these attacks are taking place. We don’t feel safe at all. These were among the first words spoken by …

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a liaison group could recalibrate relations

Since the onset of the COVID pandemic in 2020, South Africa has borrowed a total of around US$7 billion (around R106 billion). The money came from the International Monetary Fund, the New Development Bank, the African Development Bank and the World Bank. The country assumed these debts without any transparent …

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South Africa in talks with Huawei subsidiary to settle hiring lawsuit

Breadcrumb Links PMN Technology PMN Company Author of the article: Content of the article JOHANNESBURG – South Africa’s labor department is negotiating a possible out-of-court settlement with a subsidiary of Chinese company Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, which it accuses of failing to meet local hiring quotas, Huawei and an official …

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How to create a million jobs in South Africa

Creating a million jobs isn’t necessarily easy, but it isn’t rocket science either. It just takes a lot of courage on the part of our government, which has spoken much better than done when it comes to our economy. President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered a positive state of the nation address …

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When will the Americans come back?

Everywhere you go in South Africa these days, you hear the same thing: Covid-19 is over. South Africa is once again safe for tourism. But when are the Americans coming back? The Americans disappeared in December after the omicron surge, and they have yet to return. The United States is …

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South Africa agree to stay with Rugby Championship until 2025

The SANZAAR Rugby Championship organizers have confirmed world champions South Africa will continue to play in the annual competition until 2025. The move ends speculation that the South Africans were planning to leave the Southern Hemisphere Championship, which also includes New Zealand, Australia and Argentina, to join the Six Nations …

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COVID: South Africa “returns to normal”

The pandemic was a distant memory on February 3 in Cape Town. Once a month, the downtown galleries, restaurants and shops open until late, turning the neighborhood into a huge pedestrian zone. “Friends told me there would be hardly any restrictions,” said German tourist Dominik Irschik. DW. He had just …

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South Africa comeback heals cricket scar

First published in age February 8, 1992 South Africans return to heal cricket scar The first South African cricket team to set foot on Australian soil in 23 years – and the first to represent multiracial South Africa – arrived in Perth yesterday, but there was not a single voice …

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The false account of the “hijacked buildings of Joburg…

Fourteen years after a series of violent xenophobic attacks that left 62 people dead and many others injured and displaced, the specter of xenophobic violence once again looms over South Africa. A few weeks ago, a group of locals formed a group called #OperationDudula which is carrying out so-called clean-up …

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India vs South Africa, 1st ODI: the Ashwin-Chahal duo receive an “overwhelming” welcome | Cricket News

R Ashwin, at the age of 35, has returned to the cue ball scheme for India. On Wednesday he played in an ODI for the first time since June 2017. Wrists turning in shorter formats started to recede, Ashwin had the chance to make his mark. With the sun scorching …

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South Africa aim to qualify for 2023 Men’s World Cup of Hockey

Matt Guise-Brown of Hampstead & Westminster has been selected for South Africa’s bid to qualify for the 2023 Men’s World Cup. The African Cup of Nations of Hockey takes place in Accra, Ghana from January 17-23. The team that finishes first in the tournament will advance to the World Cup …

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Parliament fire displaces South African nation state to relief site

No casualties were reported in the blaze, but extensive damage shook the country. (To file) Johannesburg: South Africa‘s President Cyril Ramaphosa will deliver the annual State of the Nation address from another location in Cape Town next month after a fire destroyed the city’s National Assembly building, Parliament said on …

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IND vs SA 2021-22: Dean Elgar meets with match officials to discuss controversial dismissal of Rassie van der Dussen on day two of Johannesburg test

South African captain Dean Elgar and team manager Khomotso Masubelele reportedly met with match officials during the lunch break on Day 2 of the Johannesburg test to discuss the controversial dismissal of Rassie van der Dussen. Van der Dussen (1) had been caught late off Shardul Thakur with what turned …

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Desmond Tutu a peacemaker and troublemaker

Desmond Tutu, who died at the age of 90, relished his role as South Africa’s troublesome priest. He rejected criticism of his high political visibility during the black liberation struggle on the grounds that apartheid was “by its nature evil, immoral and absolutely irreconcilable with the word of God”. His …

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of South Africa and 30 years of Eden found | Locust

“It was unthinkable that a South African plane in November 1991 would take a South African cricket team, some of its sponsors and supporters, over India and touching the base in Calcutta. It was unheard of. On the other end of the line, Dr Aron ‘Ali’ Bacher talks about Johannesburg, …

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South Africa to donate J&J vaccines to other African countries

JOHANNESBURG – South Africa to donate just over 2 million doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccine to other African countries to boost continent’s COVID-19 vaccine campaign, government says announced Friday. The doses, worth around $ 18 million, will be produced at Aspen Pharmacare’s manufacturing facility in Gqeberha, formerly Port Elizabeth, …

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Coronavirus Briefing: Lessons from Omicron in South Africa

Omicron in South Africa When it comes to the spread of the Omicron variant – and understanding it – South Africa is ahead of the rest of the world. Since the variant was detected in November, coronavirus cases have skyrocketed. On Sunday, the country’s president tested positive for the virus. …

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Omicron’s travel bans hit South Africa’s safari industry

DINOKENG GAME RESERVE, South Africa (AP) – The recent travel bans imposed on South Africa and neighboring countries in response to the discovery of the omicron variant in southern Africa have hammered the country’s already harsh safari activities affected by the pandemic. Tourism industry in South Africa has suffered a …

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Accessories in Johannesburg: five looks

JOHANNESBURG – This sprawling city is the economic hub of South Africa, attracting people from across the country, the continent and beyond. Equally varied is the way its nearly six million residents dress up, with some choosing to mirror their dreams while others strive to keep pieces of home or …

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A new executive takes the reins of the City

Mayco’s new members were announced on Monday, November 22 in the city council chamber. PHOTO: provided The saying goes “a new broom cleans” and that’s what Capetonians hope Cape Town’s new mayor, Geordin Hill-Lewis and his newly elected Committee of Mayors (Mayco) will bring: change. Hill-Lewis (35), who recently became …

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Chery’s new national dealer network expanded and ready to sell cars in South Africa

The brand new Chery dealer network is about to take off and sell cars in South Africa. 30 points of sale will sell Chery products in South Africa from the end of November 2021. Chery has partnered with WesBank and AA to provide customer service. For automotive news, visit Wheels24 …

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Dear South Africa FA, your antics are archaic and downright shameless

This is not a friendly letter and I think I should let you know before I even move forward. You, the South African Football Association (SAFA), behaved in such a way that an amateur federation would not even stoop that low. Last Sunday’s game between Ghana and Bafana Bafana was …

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Boldness, perseverance and inspiration: the secrets of entrepreneurial success

Miles Kubheka’s entrepreneurial development is a story of daring, perseverance and inspiration – and it all started with a bold idea. He recently shared his story (and some advice) with aspiring Chartered Accountants at the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants Trainee Summit. Miles kubheka Miles explains that his idea …

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South African patients with non-melanoma skin cancer now have better access in Johannesburg area to innovative non-invasive Rhenium-SCT® treatment

JOHANNESBURG, November 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today OncoBeta® GmbH, a medical device company specializing in innovative radioisotope epidermal therapies for non-melanoma skin cancers (NMSC), has expanded its offering of non-invasive Rhenium-SCT skin cancer therapy® (Skin cancer therapy) in South Africa, with treatments currently underway at the private Busamed …

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FW de Klerk, the last South African president of apartéid, dies

JOHANNESBURG (AP) – FW de Klerk, who shared the Nobel Peace Prize with Nelson Mandela and as South Africa’s last apartheid president oversaw the end of the country’s white minority rule, died at the age of 85. De Klerk died after a battle with cancer at his home in Cape …

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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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Fall Nations Series 2021: Italy Vs. New Zealand; Wales vs. South Africa

The Fall Nations Series continues with a busy second week featuring Italy taking on New Zealand, Wales taking on South Africa and Scotland meeting Australia. Italy vs. New Zealand After beating the United States in a friendly match by an astonishing 104-14 and Wales by a surprisingly close 54-16 in …

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ANC hopes to avoid worst post-apartheid result in local vote in South Africa

Dissatisfaction with poor service delivery could cost the ANC dear Analysts predict party vote share could drop below 50% President Cyril Ramaphosa remains popular ANC lost key metropolitan areas in 2016 polls JOHANNESBURG, Nov. 1 (Reuters) – South Africans voted in municipal elections on Monday, with the ruling African National …

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Book excerpt: Native Merchants – The building of black business class in South Africa

Presentation The history of black affairs in South Africa remains underlying. The dispossession of fertile or mineral-rich land by colonial wars as well as the land law of 1913 are widely recognized as one of the root causes of the economic precariousness of black South Africans. But how racist policies …

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Why this financial trend in South Africa is so terrifying

This month, South Africans received a stern warning about their personal financial future with the release of the 10X Investments South African Retirement Reality Report 2021 (RRR21), which highlights the grim reality of a huge savings deficit. -retirement among South Africans. “Although it is well known that South Africa has …

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Mainstream Renewable Power projects will provide 1.27 GW of new wind and solar power to South Africa

The consortium led by Mainstream Renewable Power was awarded 50% of the total allocation in the last round of South Africa Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers Supply Program (REIPPPP) This victory makes Mainstream Renewable Power the leading renewable energy company in South Africa, with more than 2.1 GW allocated under …

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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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Skilled people are leaving South Africa in droves – and government employment plans can’t stop it

President Cyril Ramaphosa this week published a letter from his office addressing the state of unemployment in South Africa. In the communication, Ramaphosa announced that the government has launched the second phase of the presidential employment stimulus, which aims to create massive employment opportunities in the country within a short …

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The meaning of South Africa’s most popular magazine

October 16, 2021 JOHANNESBURG A AT A GLANCE its website denies the historical importance of Huisgenoot, the most widely distributed magazine in South Africa. Among the most read stories in early October were “Skokoomblik toe bruidegom se rug tydens onthaal breek ” and “Vrou se oog per ongeluk met supergom …

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Fuel crisis looming in South Africa, economist warns

Rising oil prices in South Africa and an international energy crisis are expected to put additional pressure on South African consumers in the coming months, warns Dawie Roodt, chief economist at Efficient Group. High fuel prices in the country are one of the biggest reasons for the price hike, with …

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Nigerians in South Africa urge compatriots to stand up for democracy

The Nigerian Citizens Association in South Africa (NICASA) on Sunday underscored the need for Nigerians to stand up for national democracy, despite the challenges they face. NICASA General President Benjamin Okoli said in a statement issued on the sidelines of activities marking the 61st anniversary of Nigeria’s independence. Okoli quoted …

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IEC warns political parties to act within electoral code ahead of elections

The electoral code of conduct was signed by several political parties on Friday at Naserc in Johannesburg to ensure free and fair elections. IEC President Glen Mashini during a press briefing at Centurion, Johannesburg, May 20, 2021, on the upcoming local elections. Photo: Abigail Javier / Eyewitness News JOHANNESBURG – …

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South African President lobbies UK Prime Minister against travel ban

CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) – South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Thursday he had held talks with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in a bid to remove South Africa from a “red list “travel that bans visitors to the UK due to COVID-19. The UK restrictions also mean …

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At the Constitutional Court of South Africa, a democracy Brick by Brick

Every time I see The blue dress, one of the emblematic pieces of the art collection that lines the corridors of the Constitutional Court of South Africa, it evokes a feeling of anger, of generational trauma. Assembled from fragments of discarded blue plastic bags, the coin depicts the story of …

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South Africa: the serial murder trial of a policewoman

JOHANNESBURG: Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu reacts to the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg yesterday. – AFP JOHANNESBOURG: The trial of a policewoman accused of murdering five relatives and a boyfriend to collect insurance claims has captivated South Africa, battered by its brass in the face of blood-curdling allegations. Eyebrows raised …

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How does the process of choosing the n …

From left to right: Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng. (Photo: Alet Pretorius / Gallo Images) | Judge Navi Pillay. (Photo: Supplied) | Former public protector Thuli Madonsela. (Photo: Gallo Images / Frennie Shivambu) | President Cyril Ramaphosa. (Photo: Gallo Images / Sharon Seretlo) President Cyril Ramaphosa has kicked off the process …

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Auto finance company, Moove expands to Cape Town after $ 23 million raise

As part of its plan to grow across Africa, the mobility finance company, Moove has announced its launch in Cape Town. The city is the fourth location where the company has launched operations in 15 months of operation. This deployment in Cape Town follows Moove’s recent $ 23 million Series …

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10 South African innovations and inventions we can be proud of

When we think of the origin of inventions and innovations, the first country that comes to mind is not necessarily our beautiful country. We all know that Dr Chris Barnard performed the world’s first heart transplant, but there are a number of inventions that we South Africans can be proud …

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Why the rental market in South Africa is changing

The housing market in South Africa has been turned upside down again with the current boom in the rental market. While the market has seen a surge in the number of buyers due to low bank interest rates and favorable credit standards, there is now a strong demand for rental …

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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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Dr Thami Mazwai: We have reached our limit

A stimulating article posted in our premium section (sign up here) discussed the controversial Basic Income Subsidy which is currently being touted in South Africa as a solution to mass unemployment and poverty. According to Joseph Cotterill, SA’s national treasury has previously commissioned research into cash payments to alleviate the …

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US lifts travel restrictions on vaccinated South Africans

Manhattan skyline and Statue of Liberty. By November, the United States will allow entry to South African travelers provided they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19. The US government has imposed a travel ban on most countries for more than 18 months. The measures, announced Monday by the White House, will …

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Upcoming local elections and democracy in South Africa

The last local elections in South Africa were held in 2016, five years ago. The Constitutional Court has said local elections are due to take place no later than November 1, 2021. This indicates that it is time for South African citizens to vote. KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng conflict However, as …

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Horror stories of children in South Africa …

Illustrative image – Source: Michael Komape (Image: Section 27) The way South African society treats its children – as evidenced by its response to the death of Michael Komape – reveals the image of a country with a miserable soul. Mark Tomlinson is Co-Director of the Institute for Life Course …

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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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Alcohol industry at risk of collapse if South Africa’s lockdown restrictions are not lifted: companies

After a wave of violence and destruction in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, which saw 161 liquor stores and distribution centers looted and damaged, the alcohol industry has called for the ban on sale to be lifted alcohol so that legal businesses can operate. He said restrictions must be relaxed to avoid …

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The spirit, life and art of South African pop pastor Tsepo Tshola

I regret to start this way. No sooner had I struggled to find a way to say goodbye to Mabi Thobejane and Steve Kekana, when South African music lost singer and songwriter Tsepo Tshola. These three masters of the nation’s musical soul were famous, but not celebrities. Because they never …

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The business sense is family

TWINS Lwando and Lwazi Ndlangalavu have always gone into business together for a double impact. Their strategy is proof that two heads are better than one. The other day, they were over their weight in the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) industry – and were having a killing spree. Their latest …

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What is happening in South Africa? Riots after the arrest of President Jacob Zuma

The arrest of former South African President Jacob Zuma this month sparked looting and violence in the country’s two most populous provinces amid a record spate of Covid-19 infections. Why was Jacob Zuma arrested? Mr Zuma was President of South Africa from 2009 to 2018, a time when alleged corruption …

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This South African start-up wants to grow meat from the president’s Ankole cattle cells

3 Min reading South Africa’s first cell-based meat company has a bold question for President Cyril Ramaphosa. They ask to borrow cells from his award-winning Ankole cattle so they can grow the most desirable cut of beef, without slaughter. Mzansi Meat Co. founders Brett Thompson and Jay Van Der Walt …

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Eutelsat signs South African capacity agreement with Vox

Artist’s impression of the Eutelsat KONNECT VHTS satellite. Photo: Eutelsat Eutelsat signed a new capacity agreement in South Africa. The company announced on June 22 that it had entered into a multi-year agreement with Vox, an integrated end-to-end infrastructure and telecommunications company to enable high-speed connectivity throughout South Africa. Terms …

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Life in Big Cities: How Stressful Is Your Neighborhood?

A study has shown that South Africans still place the most emphasis on money. (Photo by Kelly Lacy on Unsplash) Stress is an inevitable part of our life. Having lived through one of the most trying years, it’s interesting to see where South African cities stand on the stress meter. …

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Rugby-South Africa focuses on upgrading with rugby test

CAPTION: New South African coach Jacques Nienaber has no other plans for his country’s first match since winning the World Cup than to reconnect players with international rugby after 20 months without him. The Springboks face Georgia in Pretoria on July 2 in the first of two tests ahead of …

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Zuma wants justice for all South Africans, says Mzwanele Manyi

Former South African President Jacob Zuma. Former president Jacob Zuma wants justice, according to his spokesman, Mzwanele Manyi. Manyi spoke to Newzroom Afrika on Sunday about her new role. According to him, Zuma’s voice was suppressed in the media. Former President Jacob Zuma’s battles, accused of corruption, with the Zondo …

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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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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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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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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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1Life, LifeQ and Samsung South Africa launch Covid-19 screening app as SA is set to enter wave 3 – Samsung Newsroom South Africa

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – June 02, 2021 – 1Life, in collaboration with LifeQ, using a Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 device, launched a first Covid-19 screening application in SA. It uses unique patterns derived from users’ biometric data to give them an indication of changes in their health, allowing consumers …

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South Africa is one of the biggest arms suppliers to the Saudis during the Yemen war

Relations between South Africa, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are on the rise – a source of shame for the South African state. Although profitable and important to the African economy, these relations are deeply linked to the arms trade and military trade of Arab nations involved in …

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SA lose their citizenship

Many South Africans who move elsewhere to work lose their South African citizenship without even knowing it. This is because there is an obscure law that requires you to report to the Home Office very early in the process of getting another passport. Dr Rory Jubber, Leader of the Democratic …

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South Africa returns to tighter lockdown, virus ‘invades’ Cape Town Johannesburg Cyril Ramaphosa Pretoria Experts

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Sunday that his country would revert to more stringent lockdown measures amid a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases which indicate the virus is “rebounding” in Africa’s worst-hit country. Positive cases in South Africa in the past seven days were 31% higher than the …

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Palestine could take a South African direction: New Frame

South Africans who watched, with justified horror, the latest wave of violence unleashed by Israeli state rule over the Palestinian people probably did not link it to the Nkomati Accord of 1984. But it could. There is a crucial parallel between this and the future of Palestine. The Nkomati Accord …

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This low-cost zero-waste grocery bus in South Africa tackles food insecurity

Sanele Msibi assists a customer inside the Skhaftin bus in Johannesburg, South Africa. May 18, 2021. Thomson Reuters Foundation / Kim Harrisberg By Kim Harrisberg JOHANNESBURG, May 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – When Sidney Beukes got his bus driver’s license, he never imagined driving a 40-year-old school bus that has …

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Displaced children find refuge in South Africa

The worst victims of African wars are not those who die or have to be content with a missing limb – they are the children. Some of these kids are breaking the myth that the drive to live better is the result of the adult industry. Some of them arrive …

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South Africa: NCOP holds workshop on budget and budget oversight

The National Council of Provinces (NCOP) hosted a two-day budget and financial oversight workshop to identify successes and failures in effectively and efficiently conducting executive budget and fiscal oversight. Speaking yesterday on advancing the NCOP mandate through effective budgeting and budget control, NCOP President Amos Masondo said the NCOP has …

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EFF’s Shivambu accuses Treasury of deceiving MPs over state bank creation

Treasury officials, however, said the establishment of the bank was delayed by numerous discussions with relevant departments. CAPE TOWN – The Treasury has been accused of lying and misleading Parliament about plans to create a new public bank. The finance ministry briefed Parliament’s Standing Committee on Finance on its annual …

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Album review | A lost totem found: new framework

In July 1985, music producer Lloyd Ross, the founder of the Shifty Records label, parked his mobile studio outside Jameson’s bar on Commissioner Street in downtown Johannesburg and recorded a foundational recording of a performance by the band. resident rocker The Cherry Faced Lurchers. Living with Jameson has become a …

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South Africa has one of the highest business failure rates in the world: analysts

South Africa has one of the highest failure rates for SMEs, with five out of seven companies going bankrupt in the first year, according to specialist advisory service Cova Advisory. During a webinar held at the end of April, the group highlighted the crucial importance of SMEs in job creation, …

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