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Boesak free on Sunday, says judge was prejudiced

At midnight on Sunday, convicted cleric Allan Boesak will be a free man again.

Changing the way the world uses water

Global food supply will be at risk if the world does not change the way it uses water, according to a report by two international research bodies released on Wednesday.

Blair calls for open markets

British Prime Minister Tony Blair has urged rich nations to open up their markets to the developing world -- especially for agricultural products.

Harksen’s brownie points and the DA

A former associate of German fraud suspect Jurgen Harksen has told the Desai commission that he wrote out a half-a-million rand cheque as a donation for the Democratic Alliance on Harksen's instructions.

Harksen says he was told to lie by Morkel’s lawyer

Alleged German fraudster Jurgen Harksen has claimed that Gerald Morkel's lawyer phoned him on the eve of his latest round of testimony to the Desai Commission, urging him to stick to a particular version of events.

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