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30 November 2015
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30 Nov 2015
We refuse to be slaves - striking Parliament workers
Defiant striking Parliament workers on Monday said they refused to be slaves. Chastising workers who had given up on the strikes and gone back to work on Monday, National Education Health and...
Updated 1 hour 6 minutes ago
Zille says ANC impeachment motion will fail
Western Cape premier Helen Zille on Monday said the impeachment motion she will face over the intelligence controversy in the province would prove nothing but grand-standing by the African National...
Updated 1 hour 18 minutes ago
Iron-ore futures fall below $40/t as new Australian supply arises
The iron-ore price on Singapore's most active iron-ore futures market was below $40/t for the first time, Investec noted on Monday, when it reported that additional iron-ore supply was about to be...
Updated 1 hour 46 minutes ago
World leaders to launch bid for climate breakthrough in Paris
World leaders will launch an ambitious attempt on Monday to hold back the earth's rising temperatures, urging each other to find common cause in two weeks of bargaining meant to steer the global...
Updated 2 hours 44 minutes ago
Climate change already affecting SA, Presidency
South Africa is already feeling the negative effects of global warming, the Presidency said on Monday ahead of the Paris climate change summit. In a statement the Presidency qouted Environmental...
Updated 3 hours ago
COP21 should address global inequality – Tutu
The COP21 conference on climate change, scheduled to take place in Paris next week, should also focus on global inequality, Archbishop Desmond Tutu said on Sunday. Failure to do so would send a...
Updated 4 hours ago
Fire Miyeni and sell SAA – DA
It is no longer tenable for the people of South Africa to continue to fund South African Airways (SAA) and SAA board chairperson Dudu Miyeni’s perpetual mismanagement, the Democratic Alliance (DA)...
Updated 4 hours ago
Burkina Faso votes to choose first new leader in decades
Burkina Faso voted on Sunday in an election to choose the country's first new president in decades, a year after longtime leader Blaise Compaore was toppled in a popular uprising in which...
Updated 5 hours ago
Congo president urges national dialogue before elections
Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila made a long-anticipated public call on Saturday for a national dialogue to prepare for elections next year, an idea regarded with suspicion by...
Updated 5 hours ago
Guinea's last Ebola case, a baby girl, leaves hospital
A one-month-old baby girl who was Guinea's last reported Ebola case left hospital on Saturday, delighting medical staff and putting the country on course to be declared free of the deadly virus....
Updated 5 hours ago
Creamer Media publishes African Mining Projects in Progress - Second Edition
African News
Creamer Media’s second edition of its African Mining Projects in Progress 2015 report tracks project developments taking place across various mining sectors on the continent, including coal,...
Updated 5 hours ago
27 Nov 2015
Burkina Faso to choose first new leader in three decades
Burkina Faso votes in its first free election in three decades this weekend, choosing a replacement for long-time leader Blaise Compaore, who was ousted a year ago in a military-backed popular...
DA pleased with Motsoeneng judgment
The Democratic Alliance (DA) was pleased it had won a judgment declaring the Communications Minister Faith Muthambi's appointment of suspended South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) boss...
JSE punts local equity market to Asian funders ahead of China, Africa talks
A week ahead of the second annual gathering of the Forum on China–Africa Cooperation (Focac), in Johannesburg, the JSE is rolling out the proverbial red carpet for Chinese investors looking to...
Cape toll saga not over yet
The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) applied for leave to appeal on Friday against the Western Cape High Court judgment that set aside the approvals that would enable it to toll...
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