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Climate Change, Conflict Forcing More People in Africa to Flee

The U.N. refugee agency, UNHCR, is warning that the displacement crisis in the Horn of Africa and Sahel is getting worse as the impact of climate change and conflict are forcing more people to flee in search of safety and humanitarian assistance.Climat…

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Eskom recovers R30m paid to EPPF

Eskom has announced it has successfully recouped the R30 million “unlawfully” paid to the Eskom Pension and Provident Fund (EPPF) for the benefit of former Chief Executive Officer Brian Molefe in 2016.In a statement released on Wednesday, Eskom said it…

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Two accused appeared in court for fraud and money laundering

KWAZULU-NATAL – Two accused, Alex Njovuyalema (54) and Akhona Mbasane (38) briefly appeared in the Durban Regional Court today facing charges of theft, fraud and money laundering. It is alleged that Njovuyalema use to pretend to be a salesman and woul…

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Former police officer sentenced for theft of firearms

KWAZULU-NATAL – A 15 year sentence was meted out to former Warrant Officer Danie Reyneke (63) by the Durban Regional Court today, 7 September 2022 on charges of theft of firearms, illegal possession of ammunition, illegal possession of explosives, poss…

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KZN Education condemns torching of Durban school

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education has condemned the torching of classrooms and vandalism that took place at Ndengetho High School in KwaNdengezi, Durban.According to the school’s report, learners were reacting to the search and seizure operatio…

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