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The second-deadliest outbreak of Ebola virus in history has become an international public health emergency, the World Health Organization said Wednesday, a declaration that marks a new level of concern about the infection.
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Police said the victims were playing outside when they heard shots. All three ran for cover but two were hit in the leg and one was wounded in the hand.
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The long-running case between the Competition Commission and 23 local and international banks over forex manipulation has hit another hurdle as a number of the foreign banks have appealed a recent ruling from the South African Competition Tribunal.
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A mine linked to Adriano Mazzotti, the controversial businessman and associate of Julius Malema, has left a rural Limpopo community reeling from infighting and violent protests.
Malema buddy's mine leaves community reeling | RedMicah amaBhungane
President Cyril Ramaphosa was drawing a line between his administration and that of Jacob Zuma’s – pressing for a joined-up government that works in concert across all spheres.
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A mine linked to Adriano Mazzotti, the controversial businessman and associate of Julius Malema, has left a rural Limpopo community reeling from infighting and violent protests. The traditional leadership is accused of hijacking the community trust and striking a deal with the mining company. It’s an all too common case of how permissive mining laws, disputes over customary law and the arrival of mining capital can create a toxic mix.
AMABHUNGANE: Malema buddy’s mine leaves community reeling By Micah Reddy for amaBhungane
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