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[pretoria] - TUT reopens campus doors, new academic calendar to be released

Pretoria - It's business as usual without any further delays as the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) managed to secure a hiccup-free first day of reopening its campuses across the country.

Buses filled with students, soccer teams training and students doing their assignments could be witnessed at the institution's main campus …

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[pretoria] - Here are the four dangers of business underinsurance

DURBAN – A common short-term insurance peril that many SMEs face when submitting a claim following an insured event is the risk of being underinsured.

Malesela Maupa, Head of Products and Insurer Relationships at FNB Insurance Brokers said that many small business owners mistakenly believe that by merely having a short-term …

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[pretoria] - Wife of missing Interpol chief seeks Macron's help

Paris - The wife of the missing Chinese former head of Interpol said she had written to French President Emmanuel Macron to ask for his help on the eve of a visit by his counterpart Xi Jinping.

Grace Meng told France 24 she had not heard from her husband Meng Hongwei …

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[pretoria] - DA demands Parliament reconvene to act on #Eskom crisis

Parliament - Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane on Monday said he has written to the Speaker of Parliament to ask that the legislature reconvene and set up an ad hoc committee to resolve the electricity crisis that prompted Eskom to implement advanced stages load-shedding in recent weeks.

Maimane said the …

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[pretoria] - Netanyahu cuts his visit to US short as Gaza tensions spike

Mishmeret, Israel - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cut short a visit to the United States on Monday and the military said it dispatched reinforcements to the Gaza border after a rocket attack near Tel Aviv wounded seven people.

Netanyahu threatened a forceful response to the long-range strike amid accusations from …

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[pretoria] - University of Pretoria out to improve lives - Kupe

This was spelt out by the new vice-chancellor and principal Professor Tawana Kupe, who was officially inaugurated on Saturday.

He said: “The University of Pretoria will, through excellence in knowledge creation, impactful and relevant research, high-quality academic programmes, innovative teaching and learning, and social responsiveness and engagement, make a decisive …

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[pretoria] - R20m Centurion taxi rank is on its way - councillor

Plans for the replacement facility were announced more that two years ago, after the old taxi rank made way for a corporate building.

Public transport and small business operators were moved to a nearby open field near the Centurion Mall.

It is used by about 15000 commuters daily.

Late last …

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