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  • Chad's veteran leader Deby targets sixth term in presidential vote
    Voting began in Chad on Sunday in a presidential election in which Idriss Deby is widely expected to extend his three-decade rule, despite growing signs of popular discontent over his handling of the country's oil wealth.
  • Western Cape police intercept R3m drug haul destined for Gauteng
    Cape Town police uncovered a R3m drug haul destined for Johannesburg on Sunday evening, police confirmed.
  • Tokyo Olympic organisers to secure 300 hotel rooms for athletes with Covid-19
    Tokyo Olympic Games organisers plan to prepare 300 hotel rooms for athletes who test positive for the coronavirus but show no or minor symptoms of Covid-19, Kyodo news agency said on Sunday.
  • Small Japanese media contingent a blessing for Hideki Matsuyama
    The coronavirus has kept all but a few Japanese reporters from the Masters, something that leader Hideki Matsuyama is very happy about.
  • Hlophe guilty of 'gross misconduct' for trying to influence two ConCourt judges in Zuma case
    A Judicial Conduct Tribunal has unanimously found that Western Cape judge president John Hlophe “improperly attempted to influence” two judges of the Constitutional Court.
  • Ecuador ponders return to socialism in presidential runoff
    Ecuadoreans will vote in a presidential runoff on Sunday to decide whether to maintain the pro-market policies of the last four years or return to the socialism of the preceding decade as the Andean country seeks to revive its stagnant economy.
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  • BREAKING NEWS: John Hlophe found guilty of gross misconduct
    Judicial Conduct Tribunal finds Western Cape Judge President guilty of trying to influence Constitutional Court in Zuma/Thint matter
  • Wanted Online: Life’s simple pleasures at 44 Stanley’s newest artisanal store, Voisin Bread and Wine
    At this trendy urban precinct you’ll find Jaco Smit’s fresh homemade bread, and good wine… is there anything better?
  • Cleaning the grid: electricity generation in Africa
    With renewable energy still costly in Sub-Saharan Africa, natural gas is the carbon fuel of choice
  • Joe Biden must be firm on climate action, and not just in the US
    America’s contribution to the global climate agenda goes far beyond its domestic goals; its influence on the world stage gives it an unparalleled ability to steer the conversation
  • Pilots threaten SAA flight plan
    Union Saapa opposes business rescue plan for reduced payouts
  • Auto sales race towards speed bump
    Vehicles are flying out of showrooms, but the boom won't last