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   17/01/2018 
An ANC councillor and former MMC of Housing, Dan Bovu, was arrested and charged with fraud and theft at the Lenasia South Police station on Wednesday for allegedly selling property owned by the (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
Why don’t we have a word for malignant virtue? For what happens when righteousness turns rogue? Why aren’t we teaching the requisite restraint in our schools, and busting offenders on (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
The recent senseless killing on January 6, 2018 of a farmworker, Aaron Mutavhatsindi, by a white security guard at Tarlton near Krugersdorp has once again brought to the fore the fact that our (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
A new situation faces all of us. It is incumbent that every organisation and institution pays close attention to developments in the ANC and the state. We need to do all we can to overcome the (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
The EFF is struggling for relevance in a South African political landscape that is shifting fast. The next national election is in 2019 and then their strategies will be tested in a campaigning (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
Cape Town has dominated headlines as the city most likely to run out of water due to the crippling drought in the Western Cape. But as officials in the Cape Town Mayor’s office scramble to work (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
Free State Premier Ace Magashule, elected ANC secretary-general in December, moved on Tuesday to fill vacant government positions in his province with unemployed graduates ahead of his deployment (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
Suburbs like Sea Point, Claremont and Camps Bay have far more officers per resident than Nyanga. Why? By GROUNDUP Staff.
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
The ball is now in new President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s court to either follow in former Robert Mugabe’s footsteps as a despotic ruler, or bring closure to the 1980s Gukurahundi mass killings in (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
The first day of school for students at Hoërskool Overvaal was marked by protests and violence. The Afrikaans-medium high school in Vereeniging has been in the spotlight after a court ruled that (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
A sexually diverse group of university graduates discuss gender fluidity, and how yesterday’s definitions of sexuality no longer apply. By STREET TALK.
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
After seven years on suspension, Richard Mdluli has finally been removed as head of SAPS crime intelligence. Minister of “fearfokol” Fikile Mbalula made the announcement on Wednesday, claiming a (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
South Africa has so far “not given a clear answer” to a request from the United States to sever or downgrade relations with North Korea because of its nuclear weapons programme. By PETER (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
Jacob Zuma may never have become president if it were not for Richard Mdluli. The story of the man who is now finally leaving the formal position of head of the Police Crime Intelligence Unit is (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
Lies, misinformation, genuine errors and conspiracy theories about the Cape water crisis are all circulating busily on social media. The reality is scary enough without the fake news, as recent (...)
 Daily Maverick
|  5 sites |  41 articles référencés

   18/04/2017 
FORMER finance ministry permanent secretary and State Procurement Board chairperson Charlse Kuwaza has allegedly committed suicide. According to eye witnesses Kuwaza supposedly jumped from the (...)
 New Zimbabwe
   8/12/2015 
Self testing for HIV is helpful for people who cannot access testing service at hospitals, but there is need for them to get counseling. Its worthy to consider who will provide such a service in (...)
 Africa Files (Zimbabwe)
   28/11/2015 
HIV stigma is still prevalent in South Africa, people are scared to reveal their status in fear of loosing their jobs or being shunned by peers, little do they know by sharing their status they (...)
 Africa Files (Zimbabwe)
   21/11/2015 
When big pharma work together with not—for—profit health organisations so that their drugs be developed for poor countries by third parties, it ensures that the vaccines are affordable and it saves (...)
 Africa Files (Zimbabwe)
   11/11/2015 
"Africaâ€â„¢s comprador ruling classes and educated middle class are so compromised by imperialism that they are incapable of providing the revolutionary leadership required for the (...)
 Africa Files (Zimbabwe)
   7/11/2015 
John Pombe Magufuli is the new President of Tanzania. A results driven politician, he is expected to bring economic prosperity to Tanzanians, it remains to be seen how the man nicknamed the (...)
 Africa Files (Zimbabwe)
   19/10/2015 
"Our nations were shaped by outside forces and faced instability from their creation. But from art to business I can see the resilience and creativity that will help us overcome the (...)
 Africa Files (Zimbabwe)
   1er/10/2015 
Using antibiotics when you don't need them has lead the drugs failing to when they are genuinely in the future. Antibiotics resistance is becoming a killer of humans yet they should (...)
 Africa Files (Zimbabwe)
   24/09/2015 
The CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals has just bought the rights to an essential medication for cancer and HIV patients. Then he jacked up the price by 5500% and said â€Å“I think profits are a great (...)
 Africa Files (Zimbabwe)
   23/09/2015 
European explorers showed extraordinary bravery facing when they sailed unknown seas and geography when they came to pick slaves in Africa. The same bravado and human determination is displayed (...)
 Africa Files (Zimbabwe)
   23/09/2015 
Tensions among migrants and South Africans often arise from jealousy, they locals claiming migrants are taking away their jobs, but an initiative buy a Somali community in Johannesburg is helping (...)
 Africa Files (Zimbabwe)
   29/09/2014 
The main opposition party in Zimbabwe, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), is facing serious financial problems and infighting in the lead-up to its party congress next month. In an email (...)
 Talk Zimbabwe
   24/09/2014 
South African Superstar and Legendary Singer, Yvonne Chaka Chaka will host a women’s conference and hold a premiere of her new film in London next week. Chaka Chaka, who is a Unicef and Roll Back (...)
 Talk Zimbabwe
   3/09/2014 
Zimbabwe television personality and former Big Brother UK housemate, Makosi Musambasi (left), graduated from bible school last week and intends to become a pastor. She trained at one of the (...)
 Talk Zimbabwe
   26/08/2014 
Zimbabwe is set to host the inaugural high level international investment conference meant to facilitate and promote the usage of renewable energy technologies for efficient industrialisation and (...)
 Talk Zimbabwe
   26/08/2014 
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has outwitted Western leaders and scored many diplomatic successes, most of which have gone unnoticed, yet those successes are redrawing the geopolitical map and shifting (...)
 Talk Zimbabwe
|  5 sites |  107 articles référencés

   17/01/2018 
An ANC councillor and former MMC of Housing, Dan Bovu, was arrested and charged with fraud and theft at the Lenasia South Police station on Wednesday for allegedly selling property owned by the (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
Why don’t we have a word for malignant virtue? For what happens when righteousness turns rogue? Why aren’t we teaching the requisite restraint in our schools, and busting offenders on (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
The recent senseless killing on January 6, 2018 of a farmworker, Aaron Mutavhatsindi, by a white security guard at Tarlton near Krugersdorp has once again brought to the fore the fact that our (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
A new situation faces all of us. It is incumbent that every organisation and institution pays close attention to developments in the ANC and the state. We need to do all we can to overcome the (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
The EFF is struggling for relevance in a South African political landscape that is shifting fast. The next national election is in 2019 and then their strategies will be tested in a campaigning (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
Cape Town has dominated headlines as the city most likely to run out of water due to the crippling drought in the Western Cape. But as officials in the Cape Town Mayor’s office scramble to work (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
Free State Premier Ace Magashule, elected ANC secretary-general in December, moved on Tuesday to fill vacant government positions in his province with unemployed graduates ahead of his deployment (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
Suburbs like Sea Point, Claremont and Camps Bay have far more officers per resident than Nyanga. Why? By GROUNDUP Staff.
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
The ball is now in new President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s court to either follow in former Robert Mugabe’s footsteps as a despotic ruler, or bring closure to the 1980s Gukurahundi mass killings in (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
The first day of school for students at Hoërskool Overvaal was marked by protests and violence. The Afrikaans-medium high school in Vereeniging has been in the spotlight after a court ruled that (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
A sexually diverse group of university graduates discuss gender fluidity, and how yesterday’s definitions of sexuality no longer apply. By STREET TALK.
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
After seven years on suspension, Richard Mdluli has finally been removed as head of SAPS crime intelligence. Minister of “fearfokol” Fikile Mbalula made the announcement on Wednesday, claiming a (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
South Africa has so far “not given a clear answer” to a request from the United States to sever or downgrade relations with North Korea because of its nuclear weapons programme. By PETER (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
Jacob Zuma may never have become president if it were not for Richard Mdluli. The story of the man who is now finally leaving the formal position of head of the Police Crime Intelligence Unit is (...)
 Daily Maverick
   17/01/2018 
Lies, misinformation, genuine errors and conspiracy theories about the Cape water crisis are all circulating busily on social media. The reality is scary enough without the fake news, as recent (...)
 Daily Maverick
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