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South Africa:Public Protector Blames All On Lack of Funds, Again

Public Protector (PP) Busisiwe Mkhwebane appeared to have one overriding concern when she appeared before Parliament's Justice and Correctional Services Committee to present her Annual Performance Plan (APP) in April.She needs more money, she told the ...

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Malawi:Gynaecologist Sheds Light On Abortion Law Reform in Malawi

opinionBy Dr Chisali MhangoRenowned Malawian gynaecologist Dr Chisali Mhango sheds light on abortion law history, misconceptions, fears and law reform process in Malawi.Abortion is a very common universal phenomenon. Since the beginning of recorded his...

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South Africa:Revealed – SA Intelligence Agent Murdered in Serbia Was Probing Cape Underworld

State security contract agent George Darmanovic, murdered in Serbia on Sunday, was apparently preparing to try and take down some of South Africa's most high profile figures allegedly linked to the underworld.News24 has reliably learned that he specifi...

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South Africa:Rape of Baby M – 'Father Must Be Charged'

The Gauteng department of social development on Monday said it was working with the police and the courts to have Baby M's father charged for his role in her rape."If both adults were present during or around the time the crime was committed, it is odd...

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South Africa:Massive Clean Green Electricity Plant to Be Launched

Spanish multinational Abengoa will officially launch its third large-scale solar thermal plant in South Africa on May 18, near Pofadder in the Northern Cape. It is expected to have an impact on the local community and demonstrate the viability of renew...

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