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18 September 2014
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Nigeria says 70 dead in building collapse, queries South Africa Zuma's comments
COLLAPSE
Seventy bodies have been recovered from the rubble of a collapsed church building in Lagos but remain unidentified, a Nigerian official said on Wednesday, questioning South Africa's assertion that...
 
 
Nestlé SA integrates African export ambition into R2bn investment plan
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Nestlé South Africa announced plans on Wednesday to invest a further R2-billion over the coming five years to grow its domestic manufacturing base, which would increasingly be used as a platform to...
 
 
Tighter rules on public servants’ ethics
ETHICS
The Department of Public Service and Administration has announced that stiffer rules are being introduced to tighten the management of ethics and integrity in government. Briefing the Portfolio...
 
 
DPW sees start of turnaround
PUBLIC WORKS
Noting that it had made “great strides” in achieving its performance targets in the first quarter of the 2014/15 financial year, the Department of Public Works said this week that it had attained...
 
 
No evidence that ewedu plant concoction can cure Ebola
EBOLA OUTBREAK
A medical professor has told the Nigerian press that drinking a concoction made of the ewedu plant can prevent and cure Ebola. Her claim is not supported by the available evidence.
 
 
RBPlat housing development provides home-ownership opportunities for mineworkers
HOUSING
Royal Bafokeng Platinum’s (RBPlat’s) employee home ownership scheme will give all RBPlat employees the opportunity to become homeowners, ushering out the use of single-sex hostels and unsanitary...
 
 
Lawyer groups condemn Masipa attacks
justice
The Black Lawyers Association (BLA) and the Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) on Wednesday condemned vitriolic comments against Judge Thokozile Masipa following her judgment in the trial of...
 
 
Release crime stats more often – ISS
CRIME STATS
Crime statistics should be released more frequently with more detail, the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) said on Wednesday. "The more frequently released the better, the more detailed... the...
 
 
 
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