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    CAR: New leader vows to disarm militia
    CAR: New leader vows to disarm militia
    Faustin-Archange Touadéra, a former prime minister of the Central African Republic, was officially sworn in as its president this week, becoming...
    Bhekisisa gets a boost into Africa
    Bhekisisa gets a boost into Africa
    Bhekisisa, the Mail & Guardian’s health journalism centre, will double its staff complement next year and expand its activities into...
    New partnership gives space to up-and-coming publishers
    New partnership gives space to up-and-coming publishers
    An industry that is not constantly growing and nurturing new talent is doomed to fail. Given that, the Publishing Association of South Africa (Pasa)...
    Cricketer Clive Rice dies
    Cricketer Clive Rice dies
    Messages of condolences have poured in online for South African cricket legend Clive Edward Butler Rice who passed away on Tuesday at age 66,...
    It’s definitely one for the books at the SA fair
    It’s definitely one for the books at the SA fair
    The South African Book Fair takes place at the Turbine Hall in Newtown, Johannesburg, from July?31 to August 2, alongside the sixth M&G...
    Bushfire Festival Competition
    Bushfire Festival Competition
    MTN Bushfire is Swaziland's international world music and arts festival, that celebrates creative expression whilst igniting a collective response...
    Judge rages at 'fudged' evidence in Djibouti terror case
    Judge rages at 'fudged' evidence in Djibouti terror case
    A London judge this week found the Djibouti government and its British barrister guilty of "deliberately misleading the court" in a case against...
    Djiboutian in fight for fortune
    Djiboutian in fight for fortune
    One of East Africa's richest men, Abdourahman Boreh, will spend the week after next in a London court as his lawyers attempt to overturn an earlier...
    Debt administrator 'pockets' nearly half of miners' repayments
    Debt administrator 'pockets' nearly half of miners' repayments
    Nearly half the money that seven Amplats miners are paying to a debt administrator and a law firm is being used for administrative costs.
    Told you so: Quotes on wealth, poverty, inequality and class
    Told you so: Quotes on wealth, poverty, inequality and class
    “Behind every great fortune is a crime.” – Honore de Balzac
    M&G Literary Festival: Being here or being square
    M&G Literary Festival: Being here or being square
    The fifth annual M&G Literary Festival will be held at the Market Theatre in Newtown, Johannesburg, on Saturday August 30 and Sunday August...
    New crackdown on Swazi media
    New crackdown on Swazi media
    Swaziland's controversial Chief Justice Michael Ramodibedi has intensified his crackdown on the media by threatening the managing editor of a major...