Ethiopia’s perestroika sends waves of change across Africa and the Mideast
Ethiopia’s new prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, has unleashed a wave of breath-taking change since taking power in April.
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Swiss healthcare tariffs hurt Mediclinic
Share price declines 5% after poor performance by Hirslanden subsidiary drags down group’s interim results
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TREASURY REPORT: 2015 load shedding may have sabotage
A report into the capture of Eskom has suggested that the debilitating load shedding in 2015 was self-created to enable the capture of the entity.
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Calls for mines to be criminally charged for mine deaths
Recent mine deaths in South Africa have triggered calls for mines to be fined, or mine owners to be criminally charged when workers die underground.
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Federer used his change of pace very well, says Kevin Anderson ahead of ATP semi-finals
Reaching the semi-finals makes Kevin Anderson the first African to go so far in the ATP Finals, which dates back to 1970.
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Coach Rohr: Nigeria a different team now compared to previous loss against Bafana Bafana
Defender Shehu Abdulahi, goalkeeper Francis Uzoho and striker Odion Ighalo are sidelined by injury, while midfielder Wilfred Ndidi is suspended.
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No Test window during Super Rugby in 2019
The Bulls and the Stormers will play in the first 2019 Super Rugby match in South Africa.
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Tenshin promoter says Floyd Mayweather fight is back on
“I will talk about the details at a press conference when I return to Japan,” he added, alongside a picture of himself, Mayweather, and a third man.
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Outrage after defence lawyer suggests a thong equals consent
A trial in Ireland which the lawyer of a man accused of rape cited the underwear worn by a woman as a sign of her consent, has sparked outrage.
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Man sentenced to 15 years for fatally stabbing girlfriend with screwdriver
A 46-year-old man was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment for murder at the Molopo Magistrate's Court in Mmabatho, North West police said.
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DA wants Zondo to admit Treasury report on Eskom, Transnet into evidence
The DA is set to write to the State Capture inquiry requesting that the National Treasury Reports be considered for evidence.
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Treasury report wants probe into corruption at Transnet, Eskom
A report on a probe commissioned by the National Treasury into procurement procedures at Eskom and Transnet has recommended criminal investigations.
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