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Former Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown on Friday told the Zondo commission she saw no reason to relieve Eskom board members of their duties because they had ties to the Gupta family. “I spoke to a number of them at the time and I did not think I should fire them because they were linked...
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Warning: This article contains graphic descriptions of rape.  Controversial Malawi-born “prophet” Shepherd Bushiri raped women and girls as young as 16, including two sisters; drugged some, bribed them into silence, and threatened others with murder in six years of jaw-dropping sexual violence, prosecutors have alleged.  The Mail & Guardian has exclusively sourced court records of...
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Reports to:          KAZA Team Leader; Country Director, WWF in NamibiaJob Family:          ProgrammeCareer Level:          Mid-level professional Location: Namibia, with support to the surrounding countries of Angola, Botswana, Zambia, and ZimbabweSupervise: Transboundary technical and administrative support staff, consultants, and grantsFLSA Status : TBDDuration : 3-5 year...
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John Joseph Pombe Magufuli was a man who deftly played the long political game. He was nevertheless a puzzle both to Tanzanians and the world. When he first entered the presidency in 2015, he gained worldwide acclaim for his no-nonsense approach to fighting corruption and imprudent government spending. But as he settled into office, his...
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When news began filtering out on Sunday that explosions had rocked the coastal city of Bata in Equatorial Guinea, there were fears it could be a coup attempt, given the number of failed attempts to overthrow the country’s government in recent years. But the cause of the explosions was more prosaic – and more deadly...
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Instead of preparing for another Monday as a school administrator, 36-year-old Hatousouaré Bodian began her week at the front of a crowd of hundreds of people, drumming on a calabash, facing off with armed soldiers. In the distance, black smoke billowed through the tall palms that frame the governor’s office in Ziguinchor, the capital of...
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COMMENT “When an organisation is in crisis women are often seen as being able to come in and take care of the problem. They’re effectively handed the mess to clean up,” says Anna Beninger, senior director of research and corporate engagement partner at Catalyst, a nonprofit focused on promoting women in business. Research shows that...
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The ANC’s parliamentary caucus has been told to toe the party line and vote to establish a committee to investigate public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s fitness to hold office.  Two ANC caucus members who spoke to Mail & Guardian shortly after the urgent meeting said ANC chairperson Gwede Mantashe did not open the floor for discussion,...
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Africa is expected to start to recover in 2021 from the economic damage wreaked by the Covid-19 pandemic, which led to the continent’s worst economic recession in half a century. This is one of the key findings of the African Development Bank Group’s African Economic Outlook (AEO) 2021 report released on 12 March 2021.  The...
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Class of 2020 learners reflect on completing high school during the global pandemic Learners were wrapping up the first term of the 2020 academic year when Covid-19 started sweeping the country and lockdown was introduced. What was normally a 10-day school holiday quickly became a three-week holiday filled with uncertainty.  A quick look at the...
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