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24 April 2014
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24 Apr 2014
 
 
LSSA assigns election observer team
NATIONAL ELECTIONS
A team of 275 attorneys and candidate attorneys has been set up to monitor the May 7 general election, the Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) said on Thursday. "They will serve as the eyes and ears...
Updated 1 hour ago
 
 
US vows to help Libya tackle 'rising violent extremism'
UNREST
US Deputy Secretary of State William Burns on Thursday promised Libya more US help against extremist violence, saying the country could not achieve political or economic stability without tackling...
Updated 1 hour 6 minutes ago
 
 
Russia, China block Central African Republic blacklist at UN
blacklist
Russia and China have blocked a proposal by the United States and France to impose UN sanctions on Central African Republic's former President Francois Bozize and two other people linked to the...
Updated 3 hours ago
 
 
STB compliance process emerges as bottleneck for DTT
DIGITAL MIGRATION
The extensive compliance processes instilled to regulate the manufacturing of the set-top boxes (STBs) required for South Africa’s migration to digital terrestrial television (DTT) have emerged...
Updated 3 hours ago
 
 
Archbishop Tutu says he will not vote ANC
NATIONAL ELECTIONS
Retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu, one of the champions of South Africa's struggle for democracy, said on Wednesday he will not vote for the ruling African National Congress (ANC) party in an...
Updated 3 hours ago
 
 
New law to lure investors to Egypt could feed corruption, critics say
CORRUPTION
A new Egyptian law that prevents third parties from challenging contracts made with the government may encourage foreign investors but critics say it will increase scope for corruption. President...
Updated 3 hours ago
 
 
Centres of excellence to bridge Africa’s skills gap
SKILLS
The World Bank is to finance 19 university-based ‘centres of excellence’ in seven countries in West and Central Africa, in an effort to tackle a serious shortage of skilled workers in major...
Updated 3 hours ago
 
 
No finality on Eskom ‘support’, but DPE confirms immediate R25bn shortfall
ESKOM
Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) director-general Tshediso Matona confirms that the interdepartmental task team established to find a solution to Eskom’s financial problems has agreed that...
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