Home Affairs Confirms Receipt of Mokotjo’s Application

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The Department of Home Affairs says it has received the application for the resumption of South African citizenship by Netherlands-based soccer player, Kamohelo Mokotjo.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The Department of Home Affairs says it has received the application for the resumption of South African citizenship by Netherlands-based soccer player, Kamohelo Mokotjo.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Cold War – I Will Go Sell Ice-Cream If Mantashe Stops Damaging ANC – Fransman

[News24Wire] The war of words between suspended Western Cape African National Congress chairperson Marius Fransman and party secretary general Gwede Mantashe has taken yet another turn, this time involving a delicious dairy treat.

[News24Wire] The war of words between suspended Western Cape African National Congress chairperson Marius Fransman and party secretary general Gwede Mantashe has taken yet another turn, this time involving a delicious dairy treat.

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Mapeza Targets Warriors Job

[The Herald] NORMAN MAPEZA says he will never turn down an opportunity to serve his country and will always be there for the Warriors when called upon to work for the team.

[The Herald] NORMAN MAPEZA says he will never turn down an opportunity to serve his country and will always be there for the Warriors when called upon to work for the team.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Minister Mandiwanzira Accused of Trading Wife for Money, Sues Colleague

[New Zimbabwe] TECHNOLOGY minister Supa Mandiwanzira has dragged businessman and fellow Zanu PF party cadre, Agrippa Musiyakurima, to the courts demanding $150 000 as compensation for defamation.

[New Zimbabwe] TECHNOLOGY minister Supa Mandiwanzira has dragged businessman and fellow Zanu PF party cadre, Agrippa Musiyakurima, to the courts demanding $150 000 as compensation for defamation.

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No Fatalities In Power Tool Bus, Fuel Tanker Crash

The Zambia Road Agency says there is no fatalities recorded in this morning’s crash involving a Power Tools passenger bus and fuel tanker on the Lusaka-Kabwe Rd. BELOW IS THE STATEMENT NO FATALITIES RECORDED IN THE POWER TOOLS BUS, FUEL … Continued

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The Zambia Road Agency says there is no fatalities recorded in this morning’s crash involving a Power Tools passenger bus and fuel tanker on the Lusaka-Kabwe Rd. BELOW IS THE STATEMENT NO FATALITIES RECORDED IN THE POWER TOOLS BUS, FUEL TANKER ACCIDENT KABWE, 24 MARCH 2017 – No fatalities have been recorded in the road accident involving a Power Tools bus and a fuel tanker which happened today along the Great North road. The accident happened at a place called Prospects around 11:40 hours. The accident occurred after the driver of the fuel tanker ACV 8404 belonging to Mohab transporters heading south direction overtook several vehicles and misjudged the speed and distance of the oncoming Power Tools bus registration number ADD5736. The drivers of the two vehicles, in trying to avoid a collision, decided to go off road culminating in the tanker overturning and catching fire with the bus having minor damages which resulted in two passengers and the driver sustaining minor injuries. The injured have since been rushed to Kabwe general hospital and are in a stable condition. The Agency wish to urge all motorists to follow speed limits, exercise maximum patience and caution on the road to avoid such accidents. Issued by: Frederick Mubanga Head – Public Relations The post No Fatalities In Power Tool Bus, Fuel Tanker Crash appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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I Belong to League of Elite Boxers – Manyuchi

[The Herald] CHARLES MANYUCHI says he belongs to the elite league of world boxers, in the same category as British fighter Amir Khan, and his first bout in Singapore tomorrow will demonstrate just that.

[The Herald] CHARLES MANYUCHI says he belongs to the elite league of world boxers, in the same category as British fighter Amir Khan, and his first bout in Singapore tomorrow will demonstrate just that.

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Hotel and Hospitality Sector in Ethiopia

[Ethiopian Herald] Hotel and tourism are inseparable sectors. To boast of a developed tourism and hospitality sector, a country needs to own modern hotels, lodges and other recreational centres. When we trace back to the history of hospitality sector i…

[Ethiopian Herald] Hotel and tourism are inseparable sectors. To boast of a developed tourism and hospitality sector, a country needs to own modern hotels, lodges and other recreational centres. When we trace back to the history of hospitality sector in Ethiopia, we get Itegue Taitu Hotel, built in the early 1900s, believed to be the first modern hotel in Ethiopia. It was named after its founder Empress Taitu Betul, the wife of Emperor Menelik II. It was built mainly for the purpose of providing service to foreigners as a co

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Major Lift-Off for Western Cape Pet Food Business

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Through the Black Industrialists programme, a Western Cape company has been able to grow its business to become a pet food supplier for one of the country’s giant retailers.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Through the Black Industrialists programme, a Western Cape company has been able to grow its business to become a pet food supplier for one of the country's giant retailers.

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Primary School Pupils to Write Agriculture Exam

[The Herald] GRADE Seven pupils will be examined in Agriculture for the first time this year, a move that will change the highest pass at that level from four to five units, the Zimbabwe Schools Examinations Council (Zimsec) has confirmed.

[The Herald] GRADE Seven pupils will be examined in Agriculture for the first time this year, a move that will change the highest pass at that level from four to five units, the Zimbabwe Schools Examinations Council (Zimsec) has confirmed.

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