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8 November, 2018
Billions of dollars in fines owed by South African companies MTN and Standard Bank to Nigerian regulators could increase the risk to SA's financial system. This is according the South African Reserve Bank's (SARB's) latest financial stability review, released yesterday.
8 November, 2018
Former Mail & Guardian editor Angela Quintal and her Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) colleague Muthoki Mumo were released by Tanzanian authorities around 3am on Thursday morning, and their travel documents has been returned to them.
8 November, 2018
The SA Humans Rights Commission (SAHRC) will on Thursday conduct a site inspection of Rahima Moosa Mother and Child Hospital in Coronationville, Johannesburg. The inspection follows reports of nine infants dying at the hospital due to a necrotising enterocolitis bacterial outbreak.
8 November, 2018
The Mpumalanga health department has given Shongwe Hospital until Friday to release a report into how two infants died, amid suspicions that the cause of death was a lack of oxygen.
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5 November 2018 n a country where pipes can stop short of reaching home, cheap sachets of water sold on the street could be an unlikely solution, but at what cost?
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5 November 2018 The UN Security Council has authorised action against illicit oil exports from Libya for another six months and added planning and committing sexual and gender-based violence as reasons for sanctions, despite objections from Russia and China.
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5 November 2018 The European Union has recalled its ambassador to Tanzania, citing "the deterioration of the human rights and rule of law situation" in the East African country where one regional official last week called for the outing and arrests of homosexuals.
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4 November 2018 North Korea has warned the US it will "seriously" consider returning to a state policy aimed at building nuclear weapons if Washington does not end tough economic sanctions against the impoverished regime.
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4 November 2018 Political power is a slippery thing. Even in an absolute monarchy, it can get away from you with one wrong move. Just ask Mohammed Bin Salman.
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5 November 2018 Countries will gather at the UN in Geneva on Monday to review the rights record of Saudi Arabia, as it faces a torrent of international condemnation over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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05 November 2018 The United States is reimposing punitive measures targeting the Iranian oil and financial sectors in what US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called "the toughest sanctions ever placed" against Iran.
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02 November  2018 More than 70% of Earth’s last untouched wilderness lies in the territories of just five countries, most of which have alarmed environmentalists with their lukewarm response to climate change.
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05 November  2018 Government is keeping the petrol price unchanged. However there will be price increases for other fuels. The department of energy (DOE) released the fuel price changes for November on Monday.
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05 November  2018 Greenpeace has called on the National Union of Mineworkers and other unions to engage with them on renewable energy strategies, after the union called the organisation “reckless” for releasing a report that found Mpumalanga air to be the most polluted in the world.

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