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2 August, 2017
However‚ the Public Servants Association (PSA)‚ which represents professionals in the service‚ said its members would remain on strike.
2 August, 2017
Announced at a company conference last week in Lagos, Nigeria, initial grants totaling $2.5 million were awarded to the nonprofit arms of African startups Gidi Mobile and Siyavula, which will use the funds to provide free access to digital learning for four hundred thousand low-income students in
26 July, 2017
In March, the Gulf state said that those without papers would not be arrested if they left within 90 days. The deadline was extended by another month, but so far only 60,000 out of an estimated 400,000 Ethiopians have left, the Ethiopian government says.
26 July, 2017
The video was seen by Reuters on social media but it could not be independently verified. It appears to show a military unit linked to eastern commander Khalifa Haftar executing 20 hooded men they accuse of being Islamic State militants found guilty of bombings and killings.
26 July, 2017
After arriving to conduct an interview with the head of Kinshasa's main hospital - as part of coverage of a doctors' strike - the two journalists were seized by three people who identified themselves as agents of the Military Detection of Anti-National Activities service (DEMIAP).
26 July, 2017
“Whatever happens‚ we will never shift our eyes from our objectives and we are still advocating for free education‚ very strongly‚” the student leader said. Dlamini said students will make a call to protest when the need arises.
26 July, 2017
The NHLS provides laboratory services to all healthcare service providers. National Education‚ Health and Allied Workers’ Union spokesman Khaya Xaba said the strike would result in patients waiting longer for diagnostic tests.
26 July, 2017
City of Cape Town fire and rescue spokesperson Theo Layne said one adult male died from fatal burns, five structures were destroyed and 13 people displaced in Phola Park Informal Settlement, Gugulethu, at about 05:00. The cause of the fire was thought to be an electrical short circuit.
19 July, 2017
State TV said the woman who "dressed in indecent clothing" in Ushayqir had been "referred to the public prosecutor". Local newspapers reported that she had "confessed" to visiting the historic village with her male guardian.
19 July, 2017
Her aunt used a torch to follow a trail of blood to find the girl’s body, said the state-run Chronicle.
19 July, 2017
Africa's most populous country has some 10 million children of school age who do not attend, government figures state. Primary school enrolment is just 54 percent.
19 July, 2017
This is according to the "Truecaller Insights Top 20 Countries Affected by Spam Calls in 2017" report, which showed SA was in fifth place when it comes to the number of spam calls users get each month.
19 July, 2017
On Wednesday the former Nal’ikamva School pupil from Mfuleni in Cape Town was asked by a magistrate in the Blue Downs Magistrate’s Court whether she agreed to the seventh postponement in the criminal trial of teacher who has been charged with assault.
19 July, 2017
The NGO said on Monday it noted with concern that Magwaza had accepted an early exit package after less than a year in the position, following good progress in bringing the social grants system in-house.
19 July, 2017
“His spirit is still alive here with us,” she said to loud cheers from the audience at the launch of the Walk Together initiative by The Elders at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC). She then invited them to join her in singing Happy Birthday to Mandela.

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