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Concentration camps have deep roots in liberal democracies

The New York Times recently reported that U.S. President Donald Trump wanted to authorize shooting Central American migrants in the ...

PSG credits Capitec for growth in otherwise gloomy conditions

Investments in companies like Capitec Bank helped investment holding company PSG Group [JSE:PSG] grow earnings in an otherwise gloomy economy, ...

Russia Moves to Fill Void Left by US in Northern Syria

CEYLANPINAR, TURKEY - Russia moved to fill the void left by the United States in northern Syria on Tuesday, deploying ...

Botswana defends elephant hunts

Botswana's decision to reintroduce elephant hunting was necessary to protect its people and environment, and hasn't adversely affected the $2bn ...

Post Office losses widen to more than R1bn as mail volumes decline

Losses at the SA Post Office increased by R95m, to R1.1bn, for the 2018/19 financial year.The Portfolio Committee on Communications ...

Zuma has not paid back millions in legal fees owed to the state

No monies have been recouped by the state from former president Jacob Zuma relating to his long-standing legal woes, the ...

Remains of Kenyans Killed in Ethiopian Airlines Crash Return Home

NAIROBI, KENYA - The remains of 28 of the 32 Kenyans killed in the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 ...

Dye Artisans Keep Ancestors' Traditions Alive

Dodging waves at low tide, a barefooted, shirtless Mixtec man is carefully walking along the Pacific Coast of Oaxaca, Mexico. ...

Ghana's construction industry is lively but needs regulation

Over the past two decades, Ghana's construction sector has both contributed to and benefited from a rapidly growing economy. The ...

Pioneer shareholders vote in favour of PepsiCo takeover

Shareholders in Pioneer Foods [JSE:PFG] have approved its takeover by soft drink and food multinational giant PepsiCo in a vote ...

Mission accomplished for SA Women's Sevens

Cape Town - The Springbok Women's Sevens team travelled to Tunisia with one mission - to claim the Rugby Africa ...

Inter's Sanchez awaits decision on ankle surgery

Milan - Inter Milan on Tuesday said Chile forward Alexis Sanchez will see a specialist in Barcelona to determine if ...

Montpellier win appeal against Top 14 salary cap fine

Montpellier - French Top 14 club Montpellier won an appeal on Tuesday against a fine of €470,000 imposed last week ...

In the dark: Electricity a 'luxury' in poor Madagascar

Raymond Rakotondrasoa surveys the charred remains of his mud and thatched-roofed house in Madagascar."I left a candle burning on my ...

#ImStaying tattoo gives new meaning to 'permanent stay'

"Permanent stay" took on a whole new meaning for a Johannesburg woman who tattooed #ImStaying on her body.Erika McCloud, 36, ...

City of Cape Town makes fireworks site available for Diwali

The City of Cape Town has backed down on its decision not to have designated fireworks sites this year, after ...

Gauteng cop arrested for selling SAPS recruitment forms

Gauteng police have nabbed one of their own for allegedly selling SAPS recruitment forms in Florida, Johannesburg.The 39-year-old policeman attached ...

UN: Half of African Children Are Unregistered

LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - The United Nations says about half of all children in Africa are not registered at birth, a ...

Thousands Face Eviction as Kenya's Bid to Save Forest Intensifies

NAROK, KENYA - Forty-two-year-old Josephat Langat rummages through the remains of what was once his business in Sierra Leone, a ...

Sudan's First Female Chief Justice Wins Wide Acceptance

KHARTOUM, SUDAN - Sudanese citizens have largely embraced the sovereign council's move to appoint Nemat Abdallah as Sudan's first female ...

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Nigeria's Land Borders Closed to All Goods, CustomsChief Says

ABUJA / LONDON - Nigeria has closed its land borders to all movement of goods and has no timeline for ...

Concentration camps have deep roots in liberal democracies

The New York Times recently reported that U.S. President Donald Trump wanted to authorize shooting Central American migrants in the ...

PSG credits Capitec for growth in otherwise gloomy conditions

Investments in companies like Capitec Bank helped investment holding company PSG Group [JSE:PSG] grow earnings in an otherwise gloomy economy, ...

Russia Moves to Fill Void Left by US in Northern Syria

CEYLANPINAR, TURKEY - Russia moved to fill the void left by the United States in northern Syria on Tuesday, deploying ...

Botswana defends elephant hunts

Botswana's decision to reintroduce elephant hunting was necessary to protect its people and environment, and hasn't adversely affected the $2bn ...

Post Office losses widen to more than R1bn as mail volumes decline

Losses at the SA Post Office increased by R95m, to R1.1bn, for the 2018/19 financial year.The Portfolio Committee on Communications ...

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Abbott Ireland announces expansion plans, new jobs

DONEGAL, Ireland - Announcing plans to expand its workforce in Donegal, the U.S. healthcare giant Abbott unveiled plans to create 500 new jobs in the country.Abbott Ireland currently hires c ...

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