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2 September 2014
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More SA engineers needed to improve social welfare – Pandor
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
South Africa did not produce enough graduate engineers, which was worrying, as good engineering made a significant contribution to social welfare, Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor said...
 
 
Lesotho PM calls for regional peace force after 'coup' – aide
COUP
Lesotho's prime minister has asked southern African states to send peacekeepers into his mountain kingdom to restore order after an apparent coup over the weekend, his aide said on Monday. Thomas...
 
 
Tolls will cripple economy – JPSA
E-tolls
E-tolls in Gauteng will cripple South Africa's economy, the Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) said on Monday. "This will cripple the economy of Gauteng and indeed South Africa as a whole," JPSA...
 
 
Eskom says power constraints for five years is 'worst case'
ELECTRICITY
South African utility Eskom said on Monday that a report in a business newspaper that power supply would be "highly constrained" for the next five years was a "worst-case scenario." "It would not...
 
 
Water contamination getting worse – DA
WATER
Several rural communities are facing severe water contamination, the DA said on Monday after it conducted a probe into water quality in four provinces. "The vast majority of South Africans are...
 
 
Sapoa appeals for Minister to invoke special powers to fast-track spatial planning
PROPERTY
The South African Property Owners’ Association (Sapoa) has appealed to Rural Development and Land Affairs Minister Gugile Nkwinti to invoke the discretionary powers available to him under the...
 
 
Mali hopes to seal initial peace deal with Tuareg rebels in eight weeks
PEACE TALKS
Mali's government hopes to clinch a preliminary peace deal with northern Tuareg rebel separatists within eight weeks, the foreign minister said, ahead of talks due to start in Algeria on Monday....
 
 
Nigeria records another Ebola case in oil city, 16 cases in total
EBOLA OUTBREAK
Nigeria has a third confirmed case of Ebola disease in the oil hub of Port Harcourt, bringing the country's total confirmed infections to 16, with around 200 people under surveillance, the health...
 
 
 
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