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40 Computers🖥 Among Property Lost in Holy Cross🏫 School 🔥Fire

Teachers at the Holy Cross Primary School in Cape Town have met with parents after a devastating fire. On Thursday a fire destroyed three classrooms and a computer room at the school in Zonnebloem. Grade R, four and seven classrooms have been gutted. School management says forty computers have also …

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Mantashe🔊: ‘I Was Never🙅‍♂ Under Bosasa's Payroll’

Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe has conceded that Bosasa executive Papa Leshabane installed security cameras at his three properties on behalf of the company but denies that the upgrades amounted to the quoted cost of R300,000.

Mantashe today opened his Boksburg property to the media after being implicated in …

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2019 Presidential🗳 Election: Moghalu Reacts💬 to Soyinka’s Endorsement

The presidential candidate of the Young Progressives Party, Kingsley Moghalu, has described the endorsement of his candidature by Nobel Laureate, Wole Soyinka, as “humbling.”

Mr Moghalu, a former deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, said in a statement Saturday that the endorsement was important because of Mr Soyinka …

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South Africa's🕴 President Sets Policies,🗳 Poll Date

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa took full advantage of his captive national audience as he made his second annual address as president before Parliament in Cape Town.

His wide-ranging two-hour State of the Nation speech Thursday night spanned so many topics, in such minute detail, that one local media outlet …

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CTA President🕴 Sangay on Official South Africa👍 Visit

The President of the exile Tibetan government known officially as the Central Tibetan Administration, Dr. Lobsang Sangay, is on the last leg of his official visit to South Africa. The Tibetan leader who was in SA since February 5 met with members of Parliament of various political affiliations, and interacted …

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SAFA Cautions⚠ Former Members Against Destabilising Organisation

The South African Football Association (Safa) has cautioned its former members against trying to destabilise or discredit the organisation.

Safa issued the warning after former chief executive Leslie Sedibe went public with claims that South Africa’s football governing body was granted millions of rands illegally by the national lotteries …

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Suspected Jihadists Kill 7⃣ in north Mozambique

Suspected jihadists have killed seven men and abducted four women in northern Mozambique in the latest violence to hit the Cabo Delgado region, local sources said Friday.

The bodies, which were cut into pieces, were left in Piqueue village, a local traditional leader told AFP, speaking on condition of anonymity …

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