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Cape Town prepares for winter rainfall

The City of Cape Town's Flooding and Storms Task Team has completed its annual flood risk assessment to mitigate the impact of severe weather episodes during the winter season.Mayoral Committee Member for Safety and Security and Social Services, Alderm...

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SOUTH AFRICA LAYS TO REST ‘MAMA’ WINNIE MANDELA

SOWETO (South Africa)-- South Africa lays to rest anti-apartheid icon and Nelson Mandela's former wife Winnie Mandela with full state honours at a stadium funeral in Soweto on Saturday.Tens of thousands of mourners burst into loud cheers as the casket ...

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Bird flu cases confirmed in North West province

A dedicated team has been set up to deal with the bird flu outbreak in the North West.The Department of Rural, Environment and Agricultural Development has confirmed that Madibeng and Maquassi Hills have been hit by an outbreak of High Pathogenic Avian...

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SOUTH AFRICA: BLACK PROFESSIONALS TO TRANSFORM ENERGY SECTOR

JOHANNESBURG-- South Africa's Energy Minister Jeff Radebe says the launch of the Black Energy Professionals Association (BEPA) will allow black professionals to get their hands dirty and work towards transformation in the energy sector. The economic st...

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Full Steam Ahead for Mozambique’s Rail Network

Dozens of passengers line up in single file along the platform in the dead of night, ready to gather their luggage and pile into the ageing railway carriages.At the small railway station in Nampula, in northeastern Mozambique, the 4:00 a.m. train to Cu...

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