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South Africa:Land – the People Speak – Race Relations Take Centre Stage in Thohyandou

Race relations were placed under the spotlight at the last of the public hearings on land expropriation in Limpopo on Saturday.Thohyandou was a hot bed of emotion as people ventilated their feelings into whether the Constitution should be amended to al...

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South Africa:3 Construction Workers Injured As Formwork Collapses

Three construction workers are in hospital after being injured when formwork collapsed on top of them in KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday, paramedics say.Netcare 911 spokesperson Shawn Herbst said its paramedics responded to reports of a building that had col...

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South Africa:Max Appointed As Bheki Cele's Special Advisor

Member of the Western Cape legislature and former provincial police commissioner Lennit Max on Saturday announced his appointment as special advisor to Police Minister Bheki Cele.In a statement on Saturday, he invited the media to a press conference to...

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Africa:Masisi Misses AU Summit

By BopaGaborone — President Mokgweetsi Masisi will miss the 31st Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the African Union to be held in Nouakchott, Mauritania from July 1-2.President Masisi was scheduled to leave for Nouakchott today (June 30). A pr...

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South Africa:'It Is My Obligation to Share the Untold Truth' – Makwakwa Wants to Testify Before SARS Inquiry

Former acting SARS chief operations officer Jonas Makwakwa says he wants to testify before the commission of inquiry into the tax body because he watched "lies being told to the innocent citizens of our country"."It is my obligation to share the other ...

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Angola:Sums Don't Add Up for Angolan Central Bank

analysisAngola's central bank, the Banco Nacional de Angola (BNA) has failed to produce its accounts for the second year running, with the current BNA Governor, José de Lima Massano, forced to issue a written explanation to the Angolan President...

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