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Press Release Regarding the Terrorist Attacks in Mali

We are saddened by the terrorist attacks that took place in Mali against a military camp in Boulkessi and military troops in Mondoro, claiming many lives and leaving several soldiers and civilians injured. We condemn these heinous attacks, wish Allah’…

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Angie in the EC

The Minister of Basic Education, Mrs Angie Motshekga invites you to a media briefing on Thursday, 3 October 2019, to be held at the Zwelitsha provincial offices (Zone 6) at 12:30 pm.The Minister is visiting the Province to, among others, assess the sta…

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TUT sport organiser to coach SA netball

Netball South Africa (NSA) has announced the appointment of Dumisani Chauke, a Sport Organiser at the Tshwane University of Technology’s Directorate of Sport and Recreation, as Assistant Coach for the South African (SA) Spar Proteas, leading up to the …

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10-fold surge in South Africa teens treated for HIV: Study

PARIS, The number of young people in South Africa receiving treatment for HIV has increased 10-fold within a decade, a major new study has found.South Africa has the largest number of HIV-positive people in the world, with around 7.2 million carrying t…

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Toothpick and Two Generals Helped Venezuela Opposition Leader Survive Jail

CARACAS – During four months in a small military jail cell, Venezuela’s Congress vice president scratched the days on a wall with a toothpick, held a hunger-strike, and made unlikely friends with two generals who have fallen foul of the socialist gove…

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