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28 July 2014
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28 Jul 2014
E-toll bill over R1bn – Minister
Unregistered motorists in Gauteng owe the SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) over R1-billion in unpaid e-toll accounts, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters said. As of May 31, the unaudited...
Updated 5 hours ago
Executive Code of Ethics has flaws – EthicsSA
President Jacob Zuma's failure to meet the deadline and respond to the Public Protector's Nkandla report demonstrates the urgent need to fix the existing code of ethics for the national and...
Updated 5 hours ago
26 Jul 2014
S Africa’s geographical-indications concession key to unlocking new EU trade deal
The head of economics and trade at the Delegation of the European Union (EU) in Pretoria has acknowledged South Africa’s trade negotiators won important concessions in the long-running Economic...
27 Jul 2014
UN warns of alarming malnutrition rates in Somali capital
The United Nations (UN) has reported alarming rates of malnutrition in the Somali capital where aid agencies cannot meet the needs of 350 000 people due to insufficient funds, drought and conflict....
Boko Haram kidnaps wife of Cameroon's vice PM, kills at least three
The wife of Cameroon's vice prime minister was kidnapped and at least three people were killed in an attack by Boko Haram militants on in the northern town of Kolofata on Sunday, Cameroon officials...
More than 50 killed in Benghazi, Tripoli clashes
At least 36 people were killed in Libya's eastern city of Benghazi, many of them civilians, in clashes between Libyan Special Forces and Islamist militants on Saturday night and Sunday morning,...
28 Jul 2014
Liberia shuts border crossings, restricts gatherings to curb Ebola spreading
The Liberian government on Sunday closed most of the West African nation's border crossings and introduced stringent health measures to curb the spread of the deadly Ebola virus that has killed at...
Updated 5 hours ago
SA's new police minister does have a Master’s degree
A Democratic Alliance MP has claimed that South Africa’s new police minister dropped out of high school and has “no further education”. Only part of the claim is true.
Updated 3 hours ago
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