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SA Department of Tourism calls on graduates to apply for training programme

CAPE TOWN, December 1 – South Africa’s department of tourism is calling on unemployed young people to participate in a countrywide 12-month training programme...

2018 textbooks deliveries fully underway, says SA government

PRETORIA, November 30 – All orders for additional textbooks made by different provinces across South Africa are being attended to, and deliveries have already...

Ireland does not need election amid crucial Brexit talks-Coveney

BRUSSELS, Nov 24 - Ireland does not need an election now that talks on the terms of Britain's exit from the European Union are entering a...

“There is justice,” Steenkamps say after Pistorius sentence doubled

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 24 - The family of murdered model Reeva Steenkamp welcomed the increased sentence of 13 years and five months handed down on Paralympian Oscar...

Australia’s Clive Palmer wins court case against China’s CITIC

SYDNEY, Nov 24 - Australian businessman Clive Palmer said on Friday the Supreme Court of Western Australia awarded his company about A$200 million ($152...

Everton’s misery compounded by home humiliation

Everton's shambolic season hit a new low at Goodison Park on Thursday with a humiliating 5-1 loss to Italian club Atalanta in the Europa...

South African Markets – Factors to watch on Nov 24

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 24 (Reuters) - The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect South African...
Xhosa traditionally dressed women

IsiXhosa

South Africa is a dwelling of several cultural and ethnic groups. One of them being the isiXhosa. This group is the second largest cultural...

African Markets – Factors to watch on Nov 20

NAIROBI, Nov 20 (Reuters) - The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets...

TABLE-Offshore investors net buyers of South African stocks, bonds

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Offshore investors bought South African stocks worth a net 5.1 billion rand ($363 million) and bonds worth 958...

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