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BRICS FOREIGN MINISTERS DISCUSS TRADE, CLIMATE CHANGE, UN REFORM AND TERRORISM

BEIJING, Trade, climate change, reforms of the United Nations and terrorism were high on the agenda when foreign ministers of the BRICS grouping — Brazil, Russia, India, China and South … Read More

Africa’s largest refugee crisis now a ‘children’s crisis’ – UNICEF

Raising alarm over the plight of refugees, in particular the situation of women and children, arriving in Uganda, Ethiopia and Kenya having fled violence and instability in South Sudan, the … Read More

SOUTH AFRICA’S SAN COMMUNITY ACCUSES LOCAL MUNICIPALITY OF VIOLATING CULTURAL RIGHTS

UPINGTON, SOUTH AFRICA, About 20 families from South Africa’s indigenous Khomani San community living in Upington in Northern Cape Province have accused their local municipality of violating their cultural rights.… Read More

DC Roundup: Revised Cuba Policy, Russia Investigation Tweets, Scalise Recovery

Developments in Washington, D.C., on Friday include President Donald Trump announcing his revision of Obama administration policies on Cuba, Trump tweeting anger again at the Russia probe investigators, news of … Read More

SOUTH AFRICA ENGAGING GM TO FIND NEW INVESTOR TO TAKE OVER ITS OPERATIONS

CAPE TOWN– The Department of Trade and Industry (dti) is engaging General Motors (GM) with a view of finding a new investor for part of its South African operations after … Read More

Ethiopia Trash Landslide Victims Receive Compensation

The city of Addis Ababa is distributing more than $4 million to victims of a huge garbage landslide that killed more than 100 people on March 13.

Hundreds more were … Read More

MARKET CONDITIONS FOR SOUTH AFRICAN POULTRY INDUSTRY IMPROVING, SAYS TRADE MINISTER

CAPE TOWN, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says market conditions in South Africa’s poultry industry appear to be improving and there has not been any further poultry farm closure … Read More

HEAVY RAINS DOES NOT END TO DROUGHT FOR CAPE TOWN

CAPE TOWN, June 8 (NNN-SA NEWS) — The City of Cape Town has reminded residents to continue using water sparingly and only for permitted essential use, irrespective of the rainfall … Read More

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