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BBC chief to appear at Hutton inquest

15th September 2003 The inquiry into the death of British weapons expert David Kelly resumes after a 10-day break today with testimony from the chief executive of the... 

Japan to slap sanctions on NKorea if it conducts nuke tests

15th September 2003 Japan plans to impose sanctions against North Korea if the Stalinist state conducts a nuclear test, a report said today. 

Mbeki, Zuma to attend Burundi summit

15th September 2003 South African President Thabo Mbeki is to meet up with his deputy Jacob Zuma in Tanzania today to attend a regional summit on peace efforts in... 

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Govt condemns Guinea-Bissau coup

15th September 2003 The South African government has 'unequivocally' condemned yesterday's military takeover in Guinea-Bissau. 

African initiative to conserve protected areas in the pipeline

15th September 2003 An African initiative to protect the continent's rich bio-diversity and protected areas will be launched tomorrow during the fifth World Parks... 

Arafat’s expulsion to get reaction-militants

13th September 2003 Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat remained defiant yesterday after Israel decided to expel him, with militants warning all Israelis of a "volcano of... 

Public Works looking into empowerment credit system

13th September 2003 Fed up with the practice of "fronting", the Department of Public Works announced the creation of an "empowerment credit system" to guard against... 

WTO countries still stuck over farm reform

13th September 2003 WTO countries on Thursday showed no major signs of shifting from long-held positions in their first multilateral negotiations devoted to farm... 

Cosatu 8th congress to be held next week

13th September 2003 The Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu) would hold its eighth congress in Midrand from Monday next week to Thursday, a spokesperson said yesterday. 

Blair warned that Iraq war might aid terrorists

13th September 2003 British Prime Minister Tony Blair was well aware of an intelligence warning in February that the Iraq war might wind up helping terrorists, not... 

SA announces new Ambassadors, High Commissioner

12th September 2003 The Director-General in the Foreign Affairs Department Ayanda Ntsaluba yesterday released the names of the new ambassadors and a high commissioner... 

Kagame to be sworn in today

12th September 2003 Paul Kagame, Rwanda's longtime leader who won a landslide victory in last month's presidential election, the first since the 1994 genocide, is to... 

Public service restructuring successful-Minister

12th September 2003 The public service restructuring process is nearing the end and phase two, which deals with excess employees not placed during redeployment, has... 

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