Wanted Business Robbery Suspect Arrested

[SAPS] Ayanda Brian Jaca, 24, one of KwaZulu-Natal’s most wanted criminals has been apprehended. Jaca and his accomplices have terrorized filling stations throughout the Durban, South and North Coast regions for months. He was arrested by Brighton Beac…

[SAPS] Ayanda Brian Jaca, 24, one of KwaZulu-Natal's most wanted criminals has been apprehended. Jaca and his accomplices have terrorized filling stations throughout the Durban, South and North Coast regions for months. He was arrested by Brighton Beach Task Team on 19 March 2017 in Umlazi. He appeared in the Durban Regional Court on 22 March 2017. During his appearance, Jaca had abandoned any future bail application possibilities. He will re-appear in court on 27 March 2017 with four of his accomplices whom were

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Social Security Officials in Court for Alleged R5.5 Million Fraud

[News24Wire] Eight Sassa officials appeared in the Tonga Magistrate’s Court on Friday on charges of committing social grant fraud amounting to R5.5m, Mpumalanga police said.

[News24Wire] Eight Sassa officials appeared in the Tonga Magistrate's Court on Friday on charges of committing social grant fraud amounting to R5.5m, Mpumalanga police said.

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Provincial Leader’s ‘Alternative Facts’ Filtering Into Govt Policy?

[Daily Maverick] We need to consider the Western Cape Provincial Government’s decision on the Tafelberg site in light of Premier Helen Zille’s recent comments on colonialism and then ask: How have her views impacted on decisions made by the provincial …

[Daily Maverick] We need to consider the Western Cape Provincial Government's decision on the Tafelberg site in light of Premier Helen Zille's recent comments on colonialism and then ask: How have her views impacted on decisions made by the provincial government?

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Minister Jooste to Investigate Social Security Commission

[Namibian] PUBLIC enterprises minister Leon Jooste on Saturday said he will investigate how the Social Security Commission overpaid a middleman for land in central Windhoek last year.

[Namibian] PUBLIC enterprises minister Leon Jooste on Saturday said he will investigate how the Social Security Commission overpaid a middleman for land in central Windhoek last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Chinese-Built Industrial Park to Boost Ethiopian Economy, Employment

[Focac] Addis Ababa -Aboret Alemu is toiling in the Arerti Industrial Park, currently under construction and part of Ethiopian government’s drive to build special economic zones where domestic and foreign companies can use local labor to manufacture an…

[Focac] Addis Ababa -Aboret Alemu is toiling in the Arerti Industrial Park, currently under construction and part of Ethiopian government's drive to build special economic zones where domestic and foreign companies can use local labor to manufacture and export goods.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Nation, Germany Sign Cooperation Agreements

[AIM] Maputo -Mozambique and Germany on Friday in Maputo signed technical and financial accords establishing support for the sectors of education, sustainable economic development, and public finances.

[AIM] Maputo -Mozambique and Germany on Friday in Maputo signed technical and financial accords establishing support for the sectors of education, sustainable economic development, and public finances.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique