Daily Archives: July 24, 2013

Marikana hearings continue

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Spain mourns after train tragedy

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Snowden's hopes dashed in Moscow

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Five plead over murder of Putin critic

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‘Dead’ Mexican mayor arrested

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Pope visits popular Brazil shrine

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Muslims sects Salafi / Wahabi, Deobandi rule terror world

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NATIONAL: (By Yasir Habib Khan)–  Two Muslim Sects—Salafi / Wahabi and Deobandi— are the kingpins of  the world of terror as both are  root cause of  terrorism and extremism around the globe, EU revealed in a recent report read more

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Debt crippling many consumers

Many exceeding their income by over 30 percent.

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Greek island for sale

The 25.7-acre Aegean island could be yours for just €10m.

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Google has new tablet with new connection to tv

A more powerful tablet that lets mobile gadgets feed online content wirelessly to television sets.

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No quick fix as Anglo's new boss prepares to woo investors

Mark Cutifani will lay out his stall on Friday after four months in the job.

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AfDB enhances operational capacity to track climate finance in development projects

Climate finance concerns resources channeled by national, regional and international entities to support climate change mitigation read more

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Partnership to advance knowledge economy

A unique partnership between the UCT Graduate School of Business and the Cape Town International Conference Centre will play a pivotal role in advancing the country’s knowledge economy by offering a new series of Master Classes given by global experts.

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Two VSP for workboat with X-BOW design

The “Siem Moxie,” an infield support vessel (ISV,) will be put into operation in spring 2014. She is the first workboat with the Ulstein-designed X-BOW to be fitted with two Voith Schneider Propellers (VSPs.)

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