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South Sudan Protesters Gather in Washington to Denounce War

A couple dozen South Sudanese demonstrators and political activists, some aligned with the SPLM in Opposition (SPLM-IO), gathered in front of the White House Monday to protest the ongoing war in their native country.About 25 protesters chanted People o...

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Ramaphosa Team to Seek $8 Billion Investment for South Africa

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa appointed a team of business and finance experts on Monday to hunt the globe for 100 billion rand ($8 billion) in investment to boost the ailing economy.The team of economic envoys includes two former finance min...

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Memorial service for Dr Skweyiya

Government will host a memorial service for the late former Minister and High Commissioner, Dr Zola Skweyiya, on Wednesday, the Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMC) on State Funerals has announced.In a statement on Sunday, Minister in the Presidency for P...

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SA speaks out on Syrian airstrikes

South Africa on Monday expressed its opposition to air strikes being conducted in Syria.The South African government has noted with grave concern the airstrikes conducted by the United Kingdom, United States and French military in the territory of the ...

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India-SA Business Summit to strengthen investment

South Africa will later this month host the India-South Africa Business Summit.The Department of Trade and Industry (dti) will host the Business Summit in partnership with the High Commission of India, Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India, Invest...

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Dti stands by validity of copyright commission report

The Department of Trade and Industry (dti) says it stands by the validity of the Copyright Review Commission (CRC) report, which was released in 2012.This comes after collecting societies recently raised concerns over the CRC report. The Copyright Revi...

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