Daily Archives: September 2, 2013

President of Liberia and President of African Development Bank set new course for prosperity in Africa’s fragile states

MONROVIA, Liberia, September 2, 2013/Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of Liberia, and Donald Kaberuka, President of the African Development Bank Group (http://www.afdb.org/en/), launched a special high-level panel on fragile states in Monrovia on September 2, 2013. The panel seeks to answer the question, “How can we truly build peace and set a course for prosperity in Africa’s fragile states?” read more

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The end of the gas-guzzler?

As petrol price surge, buying-down trend could intensify.

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Big money for drivers of new parking project

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Cable: Capital to pay 50 times more than Durban

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Forensic experts ‘don’t have basic tools for job’

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Brit steals the show

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‘I don’t know how she died’

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SAPS after-hours exploits exposed

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All the president’s men

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S&M, strippers (and the Salvation Army)

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Cheap housing for council elite

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Sharks start to get it right

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Zuma may be called to testify on Guptagate

A Waterkloof Air Force Base officer plans to call President Jacob Zuma to testify in a military court on the Gupta plane landing scandal, a trade union said on Monday.

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SADC questions fairness of Zimbabwe poll

The fairness of Zimbabwe’s election is questionable, the Southern African Development Community said Monday, stating that the voters’ roll was distributed by the national electoral commission too late for it to be verified.

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