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20 September 2014
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19 Sep 2014
2013/14 crime stats released
The South African Police Service (SAPS) today released the crime statistics for the 2013/14 financial year, which show a range of increases and decreases in certain crime categories. For the year...
Nersa finalising distributed-power, wheeling consultation papers
The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) will release a consultation paper in February next year outlining the possible regulatory framework for “distributed power generation” in South...
R1.5bn Johannesburg inner-city development to open next week
Marking one of the biggest private sector-led commercial property developments in Johannesburg’s inner city, property groups Attacq and Atterbury Property Holdings are a week away from the soft...
Sacci concerned about increase in crimes against business
The South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sacci) on Friday expressed concern about the marked increase in crimes against business, evident in the 2013/14 crime statistics released by the...
Nhleko laments increased violence
There were higher levels of violence in society, Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko said on Friday. "If you look at the five or 10 year trends combined with the year under review, contact crime is a...
Three years after Somali famine, new hunger crisis looms
When African peacekeepers and Somali troops launched an offensive against Islamist militants in Somalia's small seaside town of Marka, Rukia Nur and her 10 children joined the stream of thousands...
Scotland votes 'No' to independence
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The "No" campaign won the Scottish referendum on Friday to keep the territory within the United Kingdom. Chief Counting Officers Mary Pitcaithly and Sue Bruce for the city of Edinburgh announced...
Sierra Leone capital at standstill as Ebola lockdown begins
Sierra Leone began a three-day lockdown on Friday in an effort to halt the spread of the Ebola virus, as President Ernest Bai Koroma urged residents to comply with the emergency measures. Streets...
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