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2014/07/30 00:09
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We are sitting on the sunlight veranda of a Johannesburg restaurant. Ambassador Patrick Gaspard is sipping lemon tea, trying to hold back a nasty winter head cold, courtesy of Johannesburg’s recent...
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2014/07/29 11:15
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The National Research Foundation’s (NRF) South African Research Chairs Initiative (SARChI) is making an important contribution to the country’s pursuit of solutions that address the delivery of water...
2014/07/28 05:15
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Local Jewish organisations’ position on the Israel-Palestine conflict has been called into question after recent comments by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suggested more clearly than ever...
2014/07/28 02:21
2014/07/28 02:21
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MAHLATSE MPHAHLELE University of Pretoria will be looking for their second successive victory and to extend their lead at the top of the Varsity Cup log when they travel to the Mother City for a date...
2014/07/25 16:34
2014/07/25 16:34
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A crowd gathers outside the First National Bank (FNB) Stadium, also known as Soccer City. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko Johannesburg - A number of roads will be closed around the FNB stadium on Saturday for...
2014/07/25 06:15
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... August 16, 2012, the South African police intervened in a labour conflict between workers at the Marikana platinum mine … and the mine’s owners: the stockholders of Lonmin, Inc … Police fired on...
2014/07/23 23:21
2014/07/23 23:21
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Russel Molefe The tenure of the vice-chancellor of the University of Johannesburg (UJ) Prof Ihron Rensburg has been extended until 2020. Rensburg had been lauded for his efforts to transform the...
2014/07/23 13:34
2014/07/23 13:34
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South African State Theatre, 320 Pretorius St, Pretoria, 012 392 4000: Reik Na Die Sterre – Die Musical, starring Willem Botha, Kristen Raath, Sarah Theron and Neels Clasen. Ends August 3. R250 at...
2014/07/23 02:21
2014/07/23 02:21
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MAHLATSE MPHAHLELE The Varsity Cup football league got off to a flying start with the first four matches producing eleven goals as defending champions University of Pretoria emerged as the early...
2014/07/22 13:34
2014/07/22 13:34
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Mothers and Daughters (1995-98). THE ARGENTINIAN Cultural Week running until July 26 (with some shows extending beyond) is a stunning prelude to a programme of artistic collaboration between...
2014/07/22 06:15
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A new study has found that the life-time greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of shale gas are half that of coal, irrespective of whether the gas is used as natural gas or to generate electricity. Shale...
2014/07/22 00:21
2014/07/22 00:21
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MHLABUNZIMA MEMELA The battle for the leadership of the NFP-aligned students’ movement, National Student Movement (Nasmo) is now wide open with the leadership of the nomination process...
2014/07/17 06:15
2014/07/17 06:15
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Although some promises of 1994 have yet to be honoured, at least we have the freedom to drink good local beer in our lifetime. Starting in the 1980s in sleepy Knysna, Mitchell’s brewing began the...
2014/07/15 12:30
2014/07/15 12:30
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Johannesburg — THE exploits of the German national team at the just-ended FIFA World Cup finals in Brazil has been hailed as a triumph of teamwork over individualism. The Europeans are the new...
2014/07/15 06:15
2014/07/15 06:15
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It was just after eight in the evening at Akeso, a private psychiatric clinic in ­Parktown, Johannesburg. Kgotso Molefe was waiting anxiously for the results of his blood test. The 19-year-old had...
2014/07/14 14:16
2014/07/14 14:16
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Gordimer described Achebe, well-known for his novel Things Fall Apart, as a fearless writer; the eponymous "man of the people". His weapon, she said, was a "blade of humour" poised in battle against...
2014/07/13 06:34
2014/07/13 06:34
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Imraan Buccus. Photo: Independent Newspapers SA remains the most protest-rich country in the world. And the results of recent research are fascinating, writes Imraan Buccus. South Africa remains the...
2014/07/12 06:15
2014/07/12 06:15
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BREYTEN BREYTENBACH: A MONOLOGUE IN TWO VOICES by Sandra Saayman (Fourthwall books) A celebration of anti-apartheid activist, author, poet and artist Breyten Breytenbach, who set pages of text alight...
2014/07/11 05:04
2014/07/11 05:04
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The 10-member panel announced yesterday - comprised mostly of academics, with five names to be added pending confirmation - is teeming with people known for their leftist leanings. Panellist Fiona...
2014/07/10 10:30
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Africa's first accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) facility was unveiled by Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor at the iThemba Laboratory for Accelerator-Based Sciences at the University of...
2014/07/30 00:09
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