Frenchwoman shot and burnt alive in the street on Wednesday, say police

A 31-year-old Frenchwoman was killed by her husband near Bordeaux, France on Tuesday, 4 May. The man reportedly shot the mother of three in the legs before dousing her with…

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COVID-positive Filipino crew member in Durban hospital after voyage to India

CAPE TOWN – A Filipino crew member on-board a vessel in Durban harbour was rushed to hospital on Wednesday.The man – who experienced breathing difficulties – was one of 14…

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Newspaper front pages from around the world, Wednesday 5 May 2021

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‘Samurai’ sword attack at Brazil daycare kills three children, two staff

An 18-year-old attacker armed with a samurai-style sword burst into a daycare center in Brazil on Tuesday and killed three children and two staff, local police said, leaving the small…

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ANC veteran Mavuso Msimang welcomes Ace Magashule suspension

JOHANNESBURG – ANC veteran Mavuso Msimang said the party’s decision to suspend its secretary general Ace Magashule was the ANC leadership beginning to show its muscle.“The handling of this matter…

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Prince Buthelezi: King Zwelithini was clear on his successor

DURBAN Prime Minister to the Zulu Nation and monarch, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, said the late Amazulu King Goodwill Zwelithini made it clear whom he preferred to be his successor as…

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Tax forum reminds businesses that there’s money to be made in Africa

JOHANNESBURG – The African Tax Administration Forum said the continent signed away billions of dollars through tax incentives for businesses.Speaking at the 5th high level tax policy dialogue, the forum’s…

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Zulu royal family in Hillbrow to accompany Queen Mantfombi’s body to KZN

JOHANNESBURG – Members of the AmaZulu royal family and dozens of Amabutho and maidens have gathered in Hillbrow from where the body of Queen Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu will be taken…

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Desperate workers say the CCMA is failing them

Covid-19 and the dire financial state of the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) have left workers vulnerable to unfair dismissals and con artists who try to exploit them.…

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Savings rise amid Covid fallout

In the past year, the number of people saving their money has increased even in the midst of some of the lowest interest rates, a trend analysts say is very…

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‘Gear up for electric cars’

(John McCann/M&G) The continued focus on internal combustion engine vehicles could hurt the local industry, especially as industry in the rest of the world is turning to more environmentally sustainable…

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Empowerment financing slumps, but is still above target — banking sector report

Empowerment financing dropped 19.5% in 2019, according to a new report on transformation in the banking sector. Empowerment financing dropped 19.5% in 2019, according to a new report on transformation…

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Your daily Horoscope for 06 May 2021

TODAY’S MOTIVATIONAL QUOTE: A disciple once complained, “You tell us stories, but you never reveal their meaning to us.” The master replied, “How would you like it if someone offered…

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Read it now: Your daily Love Horoscope for 06 May 2021

TODAY’S LOVE HOROSCOPE FROM AROUND THE WORLD: Want to know what the future holds? Get a FREE tarot card reading TAURUS DAILY HOROSCOPE | Apr 20 – May 20 Indirect…

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Britney Spears slams ‘hypocritical’ films about her

Popstar Britney Spears on Tuesday slammed recent documentaries about her, calling them “hypocritical.” Walt Disney’s FX Network and The New York Times released “Framing Britney Spears” in February, examining the…

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First Thursdays: Visit these must-see art exhibitions in Johannesburg

If you have ever attended a First Thursdays event, you know that it is vital to have a plan of action when attending the various art exhibitions. Here is a…

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Father calls for pornography sites to require proof of age

“It doesn’t mean we shouldn’t bring in legislation,” he said. “Firstly I think it would reduce accidental exposure, particularly for younger children and teenagers, and it does send a signal,…

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Popularity at school linked to age position in class – study

Forget about having the right clothes or the right attitude, being cool in school could be about being just slightly older than your peers, a study has found. Researchers surveyed…

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What Teen Vaccines Mean for School Reopenings

Anyone with a 12-to-15-year-old in their life got encouraging news this week when our colleagues reported that the Food and Drug Administration is set to authorize the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for…

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Nigeria: Experts Urge Nigeria to Adopt Technology to Expand Access to Education

Experts have advised government at the state and federal levels in Nigeria to integrate technology in education to expand access to learning and ensure inclusion. This was the summary of…

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