Monthly Archives:January 2017

Panel discussion: Criminal syndicate hijack 30 houses

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Source: The New Age

Smallest country in Africa back in news

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It’s been an exciting start to the year for The Gambia, the smallest country in Africa. With just under 2 million people and barely wider than the river it straddles, it rarely features in the news. That changed on December 1, 2016. Incumbent president, Yahya Jammeh, lost the presidential election to opposition leader Adama Barrow.
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Inequality among blacks now used to divide and rule

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You can spot black people who vote DA from a mile away. By the way they talk. When pressed, they will splutter and explain that they refuse to be categorised. They aren’t defined by the colour of their skin. Black people who vote DA, when you ask them if they are going to the black
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Flawed bill to fight terror funding

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When at some future date the courts of history judge Parliament, the legislative branch of the state, will they find that our members of Parliament had been men and women of integrity, courage, good conscience and dedication, with loyalty and obedience only to the Constitution of the Republic? The answer lies ultimately in the conduct
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Panel discussion: ANC factions thrive despite warning

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African Union decides to readmit Morocco: presidents

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The African Union agreed Monday to readmit Morocco 33 years after it quit the bloc, following a difficult debate over the status of Western Sahara, according to presidents attending the summit. “Morocco is now a full member of the African Union. There was a very long debate but 39 of our 54 states approved the
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Panel discussion: No arrests has been made on Sakhumzi killing

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SA’s The Suit impresses film curators

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Multiple award-winning South African short film The Suit continues to impress film festival curators across the globe. The film which stars father and son, Dr John Kani as Mr Maphikela and Atandwa Kani as young lawyer Philemon has been selected for two ground-breaking Canadian film festivals. The film has been selected to be part of
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OakbayGroup responds to FM Gordhan’s affidavit

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