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3 December 2016
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DA and EFF coalition failing in Mogale City, says ANC
POLITICS
The African National Congress (ANC) said it noted the resignation of Mogale City mayor Lynn Pannall, and accused the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and Democratic Alliance (DA) coalition of...
 
 
Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital aims to change face of local medical care
HEALTH
The Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital (NMCH), in Parktown, Johannesburg, was launched on Friday. Built over two years, the hospital will host a number of centres of excellence for paediatric care....
 
 
President Zuma appoints new Human Rights commissioners
POLITICS
South African President Jacob Zuma on Friday announced the appointment of five new full-time commissioners to the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC). In a statement, the Presidency said...
 
 
WHO approves INSTI HIV self-test for African market
HEALTH
The INSTI HIV self-test (INSTI) manufactured by Canadian company bioLytical Laboratories will soon be available for the African market after getting the nod from the World Health Organisation...
 
 
It is time for Mugabe to step down – Malema
POLITICS
Although the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) loves Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, it's time for the long-serving president to go, its leader Julius Malema says. "We love Robert Mugabe for who...
 
 
Mandela never went to Treasury for money: Judge Moseneke
POLITICS
Former president Nelson Mandela went out to to find donors and raise money for the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital and never approached South Africa’s Treasury for funding, said retired deputy...
 
 
Zim govt won't disclose where bond notes are printed – report
ECONOMY
Zimbabwe's deputy president Emmerson Mnangagwa has reportedly refused to disclose where the newly introduced surrogate currency known as "bond notes" is being printed. According to NewsDay,...
 
 
Namibia will stay in ICC - if United States joins, says president
POLITICS
Namibia would remain a member of the International Criminal Court (ICC) if the United States joined, Namibia's president Hage Geingob told Reuters in London on Thursday. Namibia said in March that...
 
 
Glencore sees nickel shortage as electric vehicle demand burgeons
DIVERSIFIED MINERS
Diversified mining and marketing company Glencore sees a shortage in nickel arising as a result of burgeoning demand from electric vehicle (EV) production. Batteries used in EVs are consuming about...
 
 
Gambia's Jammeh in shock election loss after 22-year rule
ELECTIONS
Gambian leader Yahya Jammeh, who vowed to rule the tiny West African nation for "a billion years", was handed a shock election defeat on Friday 22 years after seizing power in a coup. The electoral...
 
 
Gambian president will concede vote defeat, says electoral commission
ELECTIONS
Gambia's electoral commission head said on Friday that President Yahya Jammeh would concede defeat in an election, bringing a shock end to his 22 years in power since he staged a coup. Alieu Momarr...
 
 
Gambians vote with internet and phones cut, borders sealed
ELECTIONS
Gambian authorities cut the internet, barred international calls and sealed land borders for an election on Thursday that poses the first serious challenge to President Yahya Jammeh since he seized...
 
 
DA, Maguvhe in court bid to stop SABC inquiry
POLITICS
The Democratic Alliance (DA) and South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) board chairperson Mbulaheni Maguvhe will on Friday argue the merits of Maguvhe’s attempt to get an interdict against...
 
 
ANCYL in KZN will back Hlaudi for ANC NEC in 2017
POLITICS
The African National Congress Youth league (ANCYL) in KwaZulu-Natal has announced that they will support a move to vote controversial South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) corporate affairs...
 
 
Motsoeneng's how-to guide on saving SA
POLITICS
South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) acting head of corporate affairs Hlaudi Motsoeneng waxed lyrical on job creation, business economics and empowerment at an African National Congress...
 
 
 
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