Premier Stanley Mathabatha On Passing On of Ministry of Health Spokesperson Mr Joe Maila

[Govt of SA] The Limpopo Provincial Government joins the rest of the country in mourning the untimely death of one of the foot soldiers in the war against poverty and unemployment. When he was in the province, Joe Maila served in the unit of Communicat…

[Govt of SA] The Limpopo Provincial Government joins the rest of the country in mourning the untimely death of one of the foot soldiers in the war against poverty and unemployment. When he was in the province, Joe Maila served in the unit of Communications in Departments of Health and Labour. Through his hard work and dedication, Mr Maila got appointed a spokesperson for the Nation Department of Health where he served with diligence until his untimely death through a freak shooting accident.

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#FeesMustFall Protesters Disrupt Exam at University of Cape Town

[GroundUp] A few hundred Fees Must Fall protesters attempted to shut down the University of Cape Town (UCT) on Wednesday. They marched from building to building, disrupting classes on both the main campus and the law campus. The protesters sprayed fire…

[GroundUp] A few hundred Fees Must Fall protesters attempted to shut down the University of Cape Town (UCT) on Wednesday. They marched from building to building, disrupting classes on both the main campus and the law campus. The protesters sprayed fire extinguishers and set off alarms.

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Man Gets 3 Months for ‘Bloodsucker’ Commotion

[Malawi News Agency] Zomba -Zomba Senior Resident Magistrate’s Court on Friday sentenced Stanford Bamusi, 49, to three months imprisonment for conduct likely to cause breach of peace contrary to Section 81 of the Penal Code.

[Malawi News Agency] Zomba -Zomba Senior Resident Magistrate's Court on Friday sentenced Stanford Bamusi, 49, to three months imprisonment for conduct likely to cause breach of peace contrary to Section 81 of the Penal Code.

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Byounique Trust to Attend to Juvenile Civil Cases Across the Country

[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -A local Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Byounique Trust says it has plans to start attending to civil cases pertaining to youngsters across the country.

[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -A local Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Byounique Trust says it has plans to start attending to civil cases pertaining to youngsters across the country.

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Denosa Congratulates the Newly-Appointed Chief Nursing

[COSATU] The Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) congratulates Mrs Elizabeth Irofor her appointment as Chief Nursing Officer at the World Health Organisation (WHO) and hopes this move will once again put the many nursing issues on …

[COSATU] The Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) congratulates Mrs Elizabeth Irofor her appointment as Chief Nursing Officer at the World Health Organisation (WHO) and hopes this move will once again put the many nursing issues on the urgent agenda of this global health organisation. She was the President of Cook Islands Nursing Association prior to her appointment.

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Youth Exposing Talents Through Theatre

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -A Lilongwe registered Youth theatre Organisation called Light of Youth Creative Organisation (LYCO) has organised a National Schools and Youth Arts Festival (NASFEST) to enable the youth expose their talents as one way of…

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -A Lilongwe registered Youth theatre Organisation called Light of Youth Creative Organisation (LYCO) has organised a National Schools and Youth Arts Festival (NASFEST) to enable the youth expose their talents as one way of sustaining their future careers.

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Medium-Term Budget – State Coffers Feel More Pressure From SOEs and Public Wage Bill

[Daily Maverick] Government borrowing is increasing to cover an R52.8-billion shortfall, triggered largely by bailouts of State-Owned Entities (SOEs) like SAA and the failure to meet tax collection targets, again. Borrowing will increase to cover a 4.7…

[Daily Maverick] Government borrowing is increasing to cover an R52.8-billion shortfall, triggered largely by bailouts of State-Owned Entities (SOEs) like SAA and the failure to meet tax collection targets, again. Borrowing will increase to cover a 4.7% budget deficit, up from the 3.5% projected in February's Budget, meaning government gross debt, already the main expenditure driver, would rise to 54.2% of gross domestic product (GDP) - and set to remain in that region for the foreseeable future, hitting 60.8% in 2021/22.

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Proteas Aim to Continue Dominance in T20s

[News24Wire] The Proteas T20 squad have challenged themselves to continue with the same dominant performances from the Test and ODI series when they take on Bangladesh in the first T20 International in Bloemfontein on Thursday.

[News24Wire] The Proteas T20 squad have challenged themselves to continue with the same dominant performances from the Test and ODI series when they take on Bangladesh in the first T20 International in Bloemfontein on Thursday.

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