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  • Zuma signs defence bill
    President Jacob Zuma on Monday signed the Defence Amendment Bill into law.
  • SA can’t bring all bodies home
    The government doesn’t have the money to fetch the remains of all the MK members who died in African countries during the apartheid struggle,says kwaZulu-Natal premier Zweli Mkhize.
  • 5 killed as car hits cart
    Five people have been killed when a car crashed into the donkey cart they were riding on
  • Human error strands SA submarine
    The woes of the Navy's SAS Manthatisi, which has been out of commission for nearly three years, include fuses blown because somebody inserted a plug in the wrong socket.
  • Dewani case ‘has ruined my life’
    A Bothasig family says Zola Tongo, sentenced to 18 years for his part in the Dewani murder, gave police their address as his.

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  • Dell to buy compellent
    Dell says it has a deal to buy the data storage company Compellent Technologies for $884-million. ||| Dell Inc said on Monday it has a deal to buy the data storage company Compellent Tec...
  • BHP Billiton strike still on
    “We call on our members to intensify their militant action until an acceptable offer is presented by the spoilt golden boys and girls of BHP Billiton,” says Numsa. ||| Nation...
  • SA farmers set sights on Moz
    More South African farmers expect to receive land offers in Mozambique as they seek to expand across Africa amid uncertainty over land reform at home. ||| Olivia Kumwenda Johannesburg - ...
  • Gold firms on physical demand
    Gold edged back up above $1,390 an ounce in Europe as last week's price dip of more than 2 percent brought physical buyers back to the market. ||| Jan Harvey London - Gold edged back up ...
  • WikiLeaks: world be warned
    Those publicising these leaks should understand the potentially dire consequences of their actions, writes Stuart Sterzel. ||| In the ongoing WikiLeaks debate, much has been said about v...

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  • Egypt: Govt-U.S. Standoff Could Hit 40,000 NGOs
    [IPS] Cairo - The ongoing crackdown by Egypt's military rulers on a handful of civil society groups accused of receiving illegal foreign funds has far-reaching implications for the estima...
  • Somalia: Al Shabaab Wants Girls to Join War
    [Monitor] Sheikh Fu'ad Mohamed Khalaf Shongole, the chief of awareness raising of al-Shabaab, the radical Islamist group opposing the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia, has insis...
  • Kenya: Military to Benefit From U.S. Aid
    [Nation] The Kenya military is set to benefit from the United States financial assistance once it is fully integrated into the African Union Mission in Somalia (Amisom), an envoy has said.
  • Madagascar: Experts Question Country's Bid to Tap Wind Energy
    [SciDev.Net] Antananarivo - Madagascar is aiming to plug its energy gap and reduce its carbon emissions by encouraging a major investment in large-scale wind-turbines, the country's inter...
  • Liberia: Petroleum Body Confirms Oil Discovery
    [New Dawn] Officials at the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) announced Tuesday that they welcomed pronouncement by African Petroleum that its Narina-1 exploratory well drilled in B...

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  • Kenya and the international court: Off the hook?
    Kenyatta’s prospects brighten THE two leading Kenyans facing prosecution at the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague were once mortal enemies whose followers killed each other...
  • Social media in Saudi Arabia: A virtual revolution
    People of the Facebook TUNE into one of Saudi Arabia’s television channels and you are likely to find a stuffy report praising the government or a sheikh spinning a dreary sermon. Little...
  • South Africa: Spy v spy
    HELEN ZILLE, leader of South Africa’s opposition Democratic Alliance (DA), emerged from a Pretoria court on September 4th claiming victory. In her hands were audio recordings (pictured) ...
  • Yemen: Who’s Houthi?
    IF YOU were a tribe in Yemen and fancied a road or a school or the release of someone from prison, the tried and tested method in the past was to snatch a hostage or two. Usually the gov...
  • Somalia: Shabab decapitation
    ON SEPTEMBER 1st American aircraft, both manned and unmanned, unleashed a volley of missiles and bombs on a convoy of vehicles close to the coastal city of Barawe in southern Somalia (se...

CNN - AfricaCNN - Africa

  • The tech geeks transforming learning
    Fresh faced and full of energy, five digital natives from five very different African nations have banded together to create a new online education platform hoping to change the continent...
  • Fashion designer shoots for the stars
    Naledi means "star" in Tswana, one of the languages spoken in Botswana. So when Kemi Kalikawe gave her lifestyle store that name, she decided to add a sparkle to her business.
  • Designer turns nature into bling
    It takes a lot of guts to choose jewelry design over a career in medicine, but then, Janet Fredman isn't the kind of woman to shy away from challenges.
  • What it meant to be black in 1960s
    Photographer Ernest Cole made it his life mission to capture the injustice of apartheid in South Africa.
  • Zambian doctor helps teen moms
    Neurosurgeon Kachinga Sichizya talks about caring for newborns and mothers from underprivileged backgrounds.

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  • Ebola global security threat - Obama
    US President Barack Obama calls the Ebola outbreak in West Africa a threat to security worldwide while announcing a larger US role, including 3,000 troops, to help fight the virus.
  • South Sudan bans foreign workers
    South Sudan government issues an order to non-governmental organisations and private firms to fire foreign workers by mid-October amid an aid crisis.
  • Nigerian bank robbery nets millions
    Nigerian police in Abuja are seeking an IT worker alleging he helped to steal £25m from the bank where he worked.
  • VIDEO: Northern Nigeria emir speaks to BBC
    In his first interview since becoming emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II tells the BBC how the Islamist insurgency should be tackled.
  • Pistorius judge 'threats concern'
    Some legal groups in South Africa express concern over threats directed at the judge who found Oscar Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide and not murder.

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