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South Africa's Zuma asks for university 'mayhem' to be dealt with

At least six universities' classes have been disrupted and some suspended.
No reason given for sacking of Mozambique's energy minister

No reason given for sacking of Mozambique's energy minister

No reason was given for the dismissal of Couto, who had held the energy portfolio since January 2015.
S.A's President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation Address 2017

South Africa's President Zuma rejects cabinet reshuffle rumours

The discredited list contained about 30 names.
OPINION: The country’s common interest should always come first

Gauteng and Joburg leaders agree to put people first

A collaborative and cooperative relationship between the different spheres of government is a constitutional imperative.
Johannesburg first in S.A to experience Uber food delivery

Johannesburg first in S.A to experience Uber food delivery

Uber Technologies starts its UberEats food-delivery service in South Africa before expanding in the rest of the country and the continent.
Gauteng to sell all residential properties owned by government

Gauteng to sell all residential properties owned by government

Thirty one properties will be disposed of at the first online auction to take place towards the end of October 2016.
Four dead in helicopter crash en route to Chevron Angola oil platform

Four dead in helicopter crash en route to Chevron Angola oil...

Four people died and two were missing after a helicopter crashed en route to a Chevron oil platform off the Angolan coast.
Botswana: Diamond wealth won't last forever

Botswana: Diamond wealth won't last forever

After 50 years of independence, Botswana's diamond riches are running low, and the outlook for the country is less than rosy.
South Africa's most valuable brands revealed

South African union backs unionist-turned-tycoon Ramaphosa as next president

A decision has been taken "to support the candidacy of Cyril Ramaphosa for president".
S.A union NUM: Ramaphosa for president

S.A union NUM: Ramaphosa for president

"It is not only NUM that is gunning for Cyril for president," General Secretary David Sipunzi added, without giving details.

Wits poll: Do students and staff want to go back to...

The University is extremely concerned about the unfolding and growing crisis in the higher education sector.
Interest rates unchanged

Interest rates unchanged, but a lot to think about

From the Bank of Japan, to the Federal Reserve, to South African Reserve Bank, last week was big for monetary policy.
Activists seek court ruling to bar S.A's plan to expand nuclear power

Activists seek court ruling to bar S.A's plan to expand nuclear...

Fears the nuclear project could be the most expensive procurement in South Africa's history have been raised by environmentalists.
Gauteng Premier addresses youth unemployment with business

Gauteng Premier addresses youth unemployment with business

Gauteng Premier David Makhura says Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) has an enormous potential for labour absorption.
S.Africa's rand eases after Fed taper decision

S.Africa's rand resumes rally as yield-hungry investors shift into EMs

Rand at 13.6000 to the dollar by 0650 GMT, 0.2 percent from Thursday's close at 13.6225.
Africa should promote more intra-regional trade: Kganyago

S.A keeps rates on hold, signals tightening could end

South African Reserve Bank Press Statement.
OPINION: Swazi court throws out terror act but victory may be short-lived

OPINION: Swazi court throws out terror act but victory may be...

The ruling could fundamentally change the country’s political landscape, but King Mswati III could set it aside by royal proclamation.
OPINION: Zanu-PF factions push for emergency rule in Zimbabwe

Botswana's President Khama says Mugabe should step aside

"It is a big concern. It is a problem for all of us in the region - and it is a burden. There's no doubt about that."
Zimbabwe targets flag protesters with jail threat

Zimbabwe targets flag protesters with jail threat

The state has been struggling to contain months of demonstrations against financial chaos and corruption - many of the rallies organised by the online #ThisFlag campaign.
Dip in S.A's consumer inflation makes rate hike unlikely

Dip in S.A's consumer inflation makes rate hike unlikely

Consumer inflation slowed to 5.9 percent year-on-year in August from 6 percent in July, data from Statistics South Africa showed.
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