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26 October 2014
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Russia kicks off South Africa’s ‘nuclear vendor parade’
The Department of Energy (DoE) reported on Thursday night that it had concluded its first “nuclear vendor parade workshop” with a delegation from the Russian Federation and that further meetings...
SA brothers face US wildlife indictment
wildlife indictment
Two South African brothers are facing indictment in the US over the sale of illegal rhino hunts, the department of environmental affairs said on Friday. "The indictment of the owners of Out Of...
Botswana votes in poll set to test ruling party dynasty
Botswanans went to the polls on Friday in an election that is expected to see President Ian Khama's ruling party win a reduced majority as young and middle-class voters send out a warning to a...
Frelimo candidate Nyusi wins Mozambique elections – provisional result
Mozambique's ruling Frelimo party and its candidate Filipe Nyusi won the country's presidential and legislative elections, according to provisional results announced by the national electoral...
South Africa platinum town, wider economy still hurting from strike
Mamsi Ngobeni sat alongside the main road of the South African platinum belt town of Marikana, hunched over a table with a pile of onions, apples, loose cigarettes and tomatoes. By just after noon...
South African investors bulk financiers of renewable energy success
South Africa’s financial institutions have been instrumental in funding the bulk of the projects under the Department of Energy’s multibillion-rand Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer...
Zimbabwe's first lady says Mugabe's deputy should resign
Zimbabwe's First Lady Grace Mugabe said on Thursday deputy president Joice Mujuru, potential successor to her 90-year-old husband Robert Mugabe, should resign, in an attack likely to widen...
WHO sending Ebola experts to Mali, 43 people monitored for virus
The World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Friday it was sending more experts to help Mali fight Ebola, a day after the first case of the disease was confirmed there. Malian authorities said on...
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