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#FeesMustFall leader Mcebo Dlamini's lawyer withdraws from case

It seems that fees must fall activist Mcebo Dlamini's legal woes are far from being over especially since his attorney has withdrawn from his case due to political pressure.

Golding: Repo rate cut sends positive signal to the market

Andrew Golding said he was hugely encouraged by the South African Reserve Bank's decision to cut the repurchase rate by 25 basis points this month.

Zwane wins latest round in bruising battle with mining industry

Mosebenzi Zwane said this week's Constitutional Court judgment on the Diamonds Act, helped pave the way for transformation in the mining industry.

Zambia targets double-digit GDP growth by 2018

The Zambian government is telling the global community that it is ready for business, and consolidating trade relations with Africa's big economies will be the first port of call.

Team assembled to tackle Cape water crisis

The Western Cape government is working in partnership with the private sector, to find creative ways to manage the water crisis that has developed in that province.

Dating sites the new frontier for criminals

Police have warned social media users that criminals are now using dating sites to lure victims. 

Moroccan UN peacekeepers killed in CAR attack

An attack on a United Nations peacekeeping unit in the Central African Republican on Tuesday has killed two Moroccan soldiers.

Social media blamed for crash that was livestreamed

One of the survivors of the California car crash livestreamed on Instagram blames social media for the accident that killed her 14-year-old friend.

Bank of Baroda jumps Gupta ship

Bank of Baroda has reportedly let Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments know that it intends terminating the business relationship.

Seven killed in fire in Cape Town

Seven people have lost their lives in two separate fires in Cape Town on Wednesday morning.
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