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Huge crowds march in Sudan in support of civilian rule

Demonstrators marched through the streets of the capital, Khartoum, chanting anti-military slogans and waving flags. Pro-civilian protests were also held…

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Phaahla: Slow pickup in jabbing 12-17-year-olds expected due to exams

The Health Minister visited the OR Tambo Community Health Centre in Diepsloot on Thursday. FILE: Health Minister Joe Phaahla. Picture:…

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Rich beach: Mauritius is Africa’s wealthiest country per capita, followed by SA | Fin24

The report expects wealth growth of 80% in Mauritius up to 2030. On a per capita basis, the average wealth…

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Nearly 7/10 Premier League players double-jabbed

Sixty-eight percent of Premier League players have been fully vaccinated against coronavirus, the English top flight confirmed following criticism of…

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This CEO wants all public holidays to be long weekends in South Africa

Low-cost airline FlySafair has drafted a proposal to change public holidays in South Africa to be less disruptive to the…

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Neuville and Hyundai reign supreme on Spanish tar

The penultimate round of the 2021 World Rally Championship and it is all to play for, the all tarmac Spanish…

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Spectrum licensing: MTN and Cell C want Icasa to publish a draft document to ‘avoid surprises’ | Fin24

MTN and Cell C want Icasa to issue a draft document for the licensing of spectrum. MTN and Cell…

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Cele: Police will find those responsible for Gqeberha violence

Police said that alleged retaliation between local Korsten businessmen and taxi drivers had resulted in the damage of 12 vehicles,…

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Nobel Prize winner explains one big issue for some African novelists – CNN Video

Abdulrazak Gurnah won the Nobel Prize for Literature and speaks to One World about the fact the award has historically…

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10 villagers killed in mosque attack in western Niger | News24

Ludovic MARIN / POOL / AFP The attack happened in the village of Abankor on Monday. According to officials, the…

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