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29 January 2015
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29 Jan 2015
Low risk of power cuts – Eskom
The chances of power cuts being implemented on Thursday were minimal, electricity supplier Eskom said. "Today's risk of load shedding is minimised, it looks like the system is relatively stable,"...
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ANC calls for faster land reform
The African National Congress (ANC) is putting emphasis on the need to speed up land redistribution amid increasing pressure from opposition such as the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and Numsa....
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Amnesty calls for UN sanctions, war crimes probe in Libya
Rights group Amnesty International called on Wednesday for targeted UN sanctions and investigations into possible war crimes in Libya to end a cycle of abductions and summary killings by rival...
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Madagascar seeks international aid after tropical storm kills 68
Madagascar's government appealed for international aid on Wednesday after a tropical storm earlier this month devastated large swathes of the Indian Ocean island, causing damage worth around...
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Suicide attacks kill at least nine people in north Mali
A suicide bomb attack near the contested Malian town of Tabankort killed at least nine people overnight, Tuareg rebel sources said on Wednesday, as violence intensified in the desert north of the...
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Devastating floods kill dozens, displace 170 000 in Malawi
Heavy floods in southern Malawi have killed at least 79 people, forced more than 170 000 from their homes and cost about 160 000 people their livelihoods, a UN agency said on Wednesday. A state of...
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28 Jan 2015
Joburg named the country’s ‘greenest’ metro
The City of Johannesburg, whose environmental policy innovations include an integrated waste management plan that covers all relevant environmental legislation, has been named the country’s most...
Renewables fraternity welcomes CSIR study on economic value of projects
The South African Renewable Energy Council (Sarec) has welcomed the conclusions of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research’s (CSIR’s) ‘Financial benefits of renewables in South Africa in...
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