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South Africa and around the world
Wednesday 12th September
Local (Kouga, PE, Eastern Cape & South Coast) + Blog
All Quiet in the Eastern Cape. Not even the major daily media have any EC news.
Messages of hope for those affected by cancer – Funds raised by the 2018 Big Walk will go towards the purchase of a FotoFinder Mole analyser for the local branch of the Cancer Association of South Africa
National (South Africa & Africa) News
Firebrand Malema fights for land revolution in South Africa – Julius Malema warned that poor, young South Africans felt abandoned by the country’s post-apartheid politics
Crime stats from Hell – Brought to you by years of instability, political pliancy and the SAPS’s internecine battles
South African artist defends ‘Nazi Mandela’ work – A South African artist has defended his controversial work which depicts anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela doing a Nazi salute.
Land reform: ‘What’s really missing is political will’ – The coalition of activist groupings is demanding a pro-poor fast-tracked programme to land reform, security of tenure, the ending of corruption and nepotism when land is allocated
Ramaphosa on land: ‘Just relax’ – If South Africa does not embrace land reform now, it means the country is embracing instability,
Duduzane is likely to offer the ‘who, me?’ defence when he testifies – The younger Zuma will want to extricate himself by ‘feigning ignorance’.
Ramaphosa says it would be his ‘greatest pleasure’ to appear before state capture inquiry – Ramaphosa made the undertaking while responding to oral questions in the National Council of Provinces
Business, Money & Economy
From Venezuela with love: Lessons for SA – South Africa is treading on thin ice as it slips into a recession and remains prone to emerging market contagions.
Why the rand is likely to show a steady decline in the long term – It is virtually impossible to predict what the rand will do, but in the long-term it is likely to show a steady decline,
Millions of Americans have been warned not to underestimate the incoming storm, described as “like nothing you’ve ever seen”.
Peter de Villiers: SA rugby’s forgotten man and All Black mastermind – The Springboks are in Wellington this week preparing to become the first South African side since 2009 to win a Test match in New Zealand.
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