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African press review 27 September 2016

 Recession-hit Nigeria contracts a budget serving loan of one billion dollars from the African Development Bank while  the #FeesMustFall Campaign turns violent in South Africa.

Refloating made possible, with Dyneema

11 hours agoVehicles / Watercraft : gCaptain

After the MV Benita, a bulk carrier headed to the South African city of Durban, was grounded on June 17, Five Oceans Salvage (FOS) was brought in to refloat the casualty after removing the 145 tons of fuel onboard the ship. Due to the...Show More Summary

Eye-opening pictures reveal the startling contrasts of bedrooms around the world 

My Room Project was the brainchild of the South African photographer John Thackwray. He has now photographed 1200 subjects in places like Thailand, Iran, the US, Bolivia and Russia.

Video shows goats perching on top of friendly rhinos at South African animal sanctuary

Goats and rhinos are unlikely friends at a South African animal sanctuary called Care for Wild Africa. The goats have been climbing onto the rhinos' backs to reach the leaves on trees.

South Africa: Jacob Zuma’s Brother Fears President Could be Killed

The brother of South African President Jacob Zuma has revealed he fears for his sibling’s life as Zuma continues to battle several personal and party crises. Michael Zuma and his wife Thembekile MaXulu Zuma told South Africa’s Sunday...Show More Summary

South African union backs Ramaphosa to succeed Zuma as ANC leader

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - A powerful South Africa mining union on Monday backed Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to succeed President Jacob Zuma as the next leader of the ruling African National Congress (ANC).

Bavuma unsure about future as opener

Temba Bavuma congratulated the selectors for showing faith in his ability to open the batting after he became only the second South African to score a century on debut

Bavuma ton sets up crushing 206-run win

Temba Bavuma became only the second South African to score a century on ODI debut and shared in a Willowmoore Park record opening stand of 159 with Quinton de Kock to set up a dominant performance in their one-off ODI against Irelan...

Zamalek survive brilliant Wydad comeback

2 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Johannesburg (AFP) – Zamalek of Egypt suffered a 5-2 thrashing at Wydad Casablanca of Morocco Saturday, but still qualified to meet Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa in the CAF Champions League final.   The five-time African champions...Show More Summary

South African Billionaire Patrice Motsepe Invests In Mining Firm

African Rainbow Capital (ARC), an investment firm controlled by South African billionaire Patrice Motsepe, has acquired an 18.36% stake in public listed Afrimat, a company listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.

This is the South’s ugly truth – for those ready to view it

In the new National Museum of African American History and Culture, which officially opens in Washington on Saturday, a single exhibit on the third floor captures the charm and horror … Click to Continue »

The End of Millionaire Chess?

GM Maurice Ashley has had an eventful year with the Grand Chess Tour (U.S., France, Belgium), the Millionaire Chess African tour (Kenya, Madagascar and South Africa) and the Chess Olympiad in Baku, Azerbaijan. From his posts on Facebook it was clear that the Brooklyn-based Grandmaster had developed a new vision. Then… less than a month […]

Winnie Mandela: ANC Needs Fresh Leadership

Nelson Mandela’s former wife has said that South Africa requires a “whole layer of fresh leadership” and called on senior figures in the African National Congress (ANC) to deal with allegations of corruption. Winnie Madikizela-Mandela,...Show More Summary

African press review 23 September 2016

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela says South Africa's ruling African National Congress needs to find a fresh way to tackle corruption. The country is one of eight bribery and corruption hotspots on the African continent. The United Nations refugee agency says some people fleeing South Sudan into Uganda are being forced to pay bribes at checkpoints run by South Sudan’s warring factions.

Under The African Capricorn

Walker Ryan, Sebo Walker, Jamie Tancowny, and Thaynan Costa explore more than just South Africa. From our September issue. The post Under The African Capricorn appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.

SC poet Nikky Finney earns place in history at new DC museum

South Carolina poet Nikky Finney never meant to write the speech that earned her a place in history at the new National Museum of African American History and Culture in … Click to Continue »

South African police clash with students in tuition fees protest

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African police fired tear gas in clashes with students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal on Thursday and arsonists torched a building at another campus overnight, police said on Thursday, as protests over tuition costs spread.

African press review 22 September 2016

Botswana President Ian Khama thinks Robert Mugabe should have handed over power in Zimbabwe a long time ago. Is South Sudan's president guilty of war crimes? What does Nigeria need to do to boost economic growth? And what can the world do to fight the scourge of antibiotic-resistant infections?

It's a South African ‘Slacktivist’ Protest in Umlilo’s New Music Video

Umlilo reunites with Alv Corp and Odendaal Esterhuyse in the new music video for "Umzabalazo."

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