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Counting the Africa Investment Forum’s Kitty The Africa Investment Forum declared it had secured $40.1 billion in investment – an increase on last year – after days of talking and intense boardroom negotiations at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg. Hundreds of delegates from scores of countries around the world got together to try to […]
The United Nations Human Rights Commission (UNHRC) told foreign nationals who have sought shelter at a church In Cape Town’s city centre that they can’t be repatriated as a group. They group has been living at the Methodist chapel for two weeks after being removed from outside United Nations (UN) offices. The foreign nationals, among them refugees, […]
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Former South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) group chief executive officer (CEO) Solly Mokoetle is being hailed for his contribution to media freedom. While details are still sketchy, Mokoetle died earlier on Friday. He headed the SABC in 2010 and was later appointed the head of digital migration by the Department of Communications. Mokoetle joined the […]
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The South African Airways (SAA) has extended its flight cancellation to Monday. The airlines said the latest move only affects domestic flights and those on the continent. Flights were initially halted for Friday and Saturday, but the airline adds that its hoping international flights will resume on Sunday. The disruption comes amid an indefinite strike […]
Eyewitness News sat down with Mzansi’s couple of the year Nonhlahla Soldaat and Hector Mkansi to find out how their lives have changed since their #KFCProposal went viral. A video of Mkansi going down on one knee to propose to Soldaat at the restaurant in the Vaal took the country by a storm. WATCH: #KFCProposal: I […]
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The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants’ (Saica) disciplinary hearing against Anoj Singh has on Friday heard that Transnet’s team that negotiated the locomotives contract was not guided by an approved strategy. Singh, who was Transnet chief financial officer at the time, formed part of the negotiations team that engaged on the pricing models for […]
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Molefi Ntseki admits that his Bafana Bafana players put on a disjointed performance as they suffered a 2-0 loss to Ghana in their opening African Cup of Nation 2021 qualifier. Goals from Thomas Partey and Kudus Mohammed condemned the team to a loss in Ntseki’s first official game in charge. Speaking after the defeat on […]
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To create a nation of lifelong readers and support literacy among youth, research shows that every child should own and have access to storybooks. Yet, books are expensive, often seen as a luxury, and owning just one storybook is out of the reach of millions of South African children. This Christmas, the MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet community loyalty […]
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The South African Cabin Crew Association (Sacca) has questioned government’s silence amid a crippling strike at an already cash-strapped South African Airways (SAA). Sacca and the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) have agreed to meet with South African Airways at the CCMA on Saturday in a bid to resolve the industrial action. Unions have blamed government and […]
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Venice braced for another devastating high tide on Friday morning as the lagoon city struggled with the wreckage left by the biggest surge of floodwaters in 50 years earlier this week. Authorities said they were expecting waters would rise again and peak at 160cm – past the emergency level that sets off sirens in the […]