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19 September 2014
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19 Sep 2014
US sanctions military officers on both sides of South Sudan conflict
The US imposed sanctions on two military officers on opposite sides of the ethnic violence in South Sudan on Thursday in a demonstration of US frustration that fighting has continued despite two...
Updated 6 minutes ago
It's not a small world after all: world population will soar
Contrary to some earlier projections, the world's population will soar through the end of the 21st century thanks largely to sub-Saharan Africa's higher-than-expected birth rates, United Nations...
Updated 11 minutes ago
ANC stalls on calling Madonsela, Zuma
Opposition parties serving on the ad hoc committee on misspending at President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home on Thursday failed to persuade the ANC to call Public Protector Thuli Madonsela next week,...
Updated 1 hour 1 minute ago
SA death toll in Nigeria up to 84 – report
The number of South Africans killed in a building collapse in Nigeria has increased from 67 to 84, SABC radio news reported on Friday. South Africa's high commissioner to Nigeria, Lulu Louis...
Updated 1 hour 8 minutes ago
South Africa's rand hits 7-month low as Marcus signals exit
South Africa's rand weakened against the dollar on Thursday, falling to a 7-month low after respected Reserve Bank Governor Gill Marcus said she would not renew her contract when her five year term...
Updated 1 hour 19 minutes ago
Nine missing after Guinea Ebola team attacked in remote southeast
Nine Guineans, including two journalists and several officials trying to educate the local population on the risks of Ebola, have gone missing after being attacked by stone-throwing residents, the...
Updated 1 hour 33 minutes ago
France to set up military hospital to fight Ebola in West Africa
France will set up a military hospital in West Africa in the coming days as part of France's contribution to the fight against the Ebola outbreak there, President Francois Hollande said on...
Updated 1 hour 35 minutes ago
18 Sep 2014
SA electricity prices hurting the poor, despite protection measures – Frost & Sullivan
Despite apparent legitimate reasoning behind State-owned power utility Eskom’s electricity tariff increases, increased costs would undoubtedly hurt those in the lower portion of South Africa’s...
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