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Selby Bridge Repairs To Severely Affect Traffic In Johannesburg

Selby Bridge Repairs To Severely Affect Traffic In Johannesburg

  Johannesburg motorists will have to choose alternative routes as the M2 motorway between Crown Interchange and Maritzburg Street will be totally closed to allow for bridge rehabilitation. On Monday, the City of Johannesburg announced that the rehabilitation of Selby bridge will come into effect from Thursday, 28 February, at 6 am and will remain […]

South Africa: DIRCO Stands Ready For Elections Abroad — Sisulu

  With South Africa’s General Elections fast approaching, International Relations and Cooperation Minister, Lindiwe Sisulu, has called on Heads of Mission to rally behind the Electoral Commission (IEC) to allow for smooth elections for South Africans living abroad. “I have directed all Heads of Mission and Consular Generals to ensure that the IEC is given […]

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Lake Chad Water Crisis, Climate Change Take Centre Stage At Hague Conference

  World leaders have converged on The Hague, Netherlands to call on countries to take urgent actions toward reducing the impact of climate change to water, livelihoods, peace and security. At the opening of the Planetary Security Conference on Tuesday, they insisted that the impact of climate change on water, peace and security on development […]

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South Africa: Reliable Electricity Supply Crucial To Investment – Energy Minister

  South Africa’s Energy Minister, Jeff Radebe says a reliable, sustainable, competitive and secure electricity supply sector is crucial to attract investment into Africa. “It is therefore inevitable that we have to plan ahead and to coordinate our activities in a manner that improves our responsiveness,” the Minister said. Speaking at the Africa Energy Indaba […]

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Bernie Sanders To Seek U.S. Presidency Again In 2020

  U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, the progressive populist, who mounted a fierce challenge to front-runner Hillary Clinton in the 2016 White House campaign, said on Tuesday he will again seek the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination in 2020. Sanders, 77, an independent, who caucuses with the Democrats, announced his candidacy in an email to supporters, pledging […]

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Zambia To Clean-up Payroll To Remove Ghost Workers — Finance Minister

  Zambia’s Finance Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe, Tuesday said the ministry would embark on a clean-up of the payroll system in order to remove ghost workers. Mwanakatwe said the entire payroll system needed to be cleaned up and ghost workers removed quickly in order to reduce the public service wage bill. The minister urged the Controller […]

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What Nigerians Should Know About The Chinese — Prof.  Olufemi Saibu

  Nigerians should see the Chinese in Nigeria as explorers of investment and business opportunities and not exploiters, according to a Professor of Economics, Olufemi Saibu. Saibu told the News Agency of Nigeria(NAN) in Lagos on Tuesday  that it was important for more Nigerians to see the Chinese people as partners in progress. The Director of […]

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Russia Describes Trump’s Calls On Venezuelan Military To Defect As ‘Blackmail’

  The spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, on Tuesday slammed U.S. President Donald Trump’s calls for the Venezuelan military to accept opposition leader Juan Guaido’s offer of amnesty as blackmail. Trump on Monday said that the military of the Latin American country could either accept Guaido’s “generous” offer or “lose everything” as […]

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