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31 October 2014
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Affordability, cooperation key in housing development
HOUSING
Affordability was the key issue facing South Africa in terms of human settlements and housing development, South African Affordable Residential Developers Association committee member and Basil...
Updated 9 minutes ago
 
 
Home Affairs trampled immigrant rights – judge
IMMIGRANT RIGHTS
There is "something fundamentally wrong" in the way the home affairs department handles the repatriation of migrants, High Court in Pretoria Judge Eberhard Bertelsmann said on Friday. "We have had...
Updated 1 hour 37 minutes ago
 
 
Rosatom says funding, partnership model discussed at meeting with DoE
NUCLEAR ENERGY
Russian nuclear energy group Rosatom confirmed on Friday that it had canvassed funding options with South African government officials during a recent “nuclear vendor parade workshop” held in the...
Updated 1 hour 43 minutes ago
 
 
 
 
Rival metals union likely should Numsa, Cosatu split – Friedman
LABOUR ENVIRONMENT
Centre for the Study of Democracy director Professor Steven Friedman believes the prevailing view that a possible expulsion of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) from the...
Updated 1 hour 48 minutes ago
 
 
SA cities were designed to exclude – Tau
TOWN PLANNING
Cities in South Africa were designed to exclude and segregate, posing a challenge to town planning and bringing citizens closer to urban amenities, Johannesburg mayor Parks Tau said on Friday....
Updated 4 hours ago
 
 
Die at home and cut the health cover-ups, Africans urge leaders
AFRICAN LEADERS
When dying Zambian president Michael Sata flew to London last week he was following a long line of African leaders who have sought emergency – and secret – medical treatment in foreign hospitals...
Updated 6 hours ago
 
 
IMF sees large financing needs next year for Ebola-hit countries
FINANCE
The International Monetary Fund foresees large financing needs next year in the three West African countries hardest hit by the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus. "The outlook for the Ebola-hit...
Updated 7 hours ago
 
 
Two SA soldiers wounded in Sudan ambush
MILITARY
Two South African National Defence Force (SANDF) soldiers deployed as part of a United Nations/African Union peacekeeping force in Sudan have been wounded in an ambush near their base, the SANDF...
Updated 7 hours ago
 
 
 
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