Macron appears set for Elysee in runoff with Le Pen

Polling agency projections show far-right leader Marine Le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron leading in the first-round French presidential election.

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Why Kim Jong-un should take the lead from SA

As the world teeters through another nuclear crisis, SA’s history offers an interesting and possibly instructive example of why these crises happen and how the world could get out of it.

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Ethiopia rejects UN’s call to investigate protest deaths

Ethiopia is rejecting UN and EU calls to investigate left 669 people dead in 2015 and 2016. It was the worst unrest in 25 years and the government responded by imposing a state of emergency that‘s still in place today. … Continue reading →

Ethiopia rejects UN investigation into deadly protests

Ethiopia is rejecting UN and EU calls to investigate left 669 people dead in 2015 and 2016. It was the worst unrest in 25 years and the government responded by imposing a state of emergency that is still in place … Continue reading →

Mugabe introduces new syllabus amid economic crisis

President Robert Mugabe says Zimbabwe will concentrate on a new syllabus which he says will prepare school leavers for employment.

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All Gauteng state hospitals fail safety tests, says DA

All state hospitals in Gauteng have failed safety tests the DA revealed citing a written reply from Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa in the Gauteng Legislature.

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