Newspaper front pages from around the world, Tuesday 15 June 2021

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Irreversible warming tipping point possibly triggered: Arctic mission chief

BERLIN, Germany – The tipping point for irreversible global warming may have already been triggered, the scientist who led the biggest-ever expedition to the Arctic warned on Tuesday.“The disappearance of…

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G7 leaders convene summit drive for billion jabs

CARBIS BAY – G7 leaders were greeted by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II on Friday after opening their first in-person talks in nearly two years, touting an expected pledge to donate…

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ICC seeks probe into Philippines drug war murders

THE HAGUE – The International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor sought a full investigation Monday into crimes against humanity during the Philippines’ war on drugs, in one of her last acts…

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Mabuza: Lockdown and vaccine rollout prevented a ‘catastrophe’

CAPE TOWN – Deputy President David Mabuza said the government lockdown and vaccine rollout had prevented a catastrophe.He was responding to questions in the National Council of Provinces on Tuesday.Mabuza…

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WATCH LIVE: Deputy President Mabuza answers questions in the NCOP

CAPE TOWN – Deputy President David Mabuza is back in Parliament on Tuesday to answer burning questions about Eskom and the country’s troubled COVID-19 vaccination process.Mabuza can also expect to…

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This is how SA’s COVID death toll ranks among the worst-hit nations

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Louis Pasteur Private Hospital in Pretoria denies claims it delivered decuplets

JOHANNESBURG – The CEO of the Steve Biko Academic Hospital said that a woman who claimed to have given birth to 10 babies more than a week ago, arrived at…

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Rand Report: The rand hits its strongest point for the year so far

Excess demand for the rand, partially driven by rising exports and current account surplus, has helped the rand to remain at yearly highsImage credit: Sable Over in the US, the…

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‘People feel they have a stake in SAA’ — Gidon Novick

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The Secret IRS Files: Trove of Never-Before-Seen Records Reveal How the Wealthiest Avoid Income Tax

In 2007, Jeff Bezos, then a multibillionaire and now the world’s richest man, did not pay a penny in federal income taxes. He achieved the feat again in 2011. In…

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Economy’s signs of life mean little for the poor

Still reeling from Covid-19’s initial onslaught, South Africa recorded better-than-expected GDP growth in the first quarter of 2021.  This comes after the South African Reserve Bank recently revised its growth…

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Tonight on Imbewu: Tuesday, 15 June 2021 – E827 S4

Tonight’s episode: Soapie Teasers provided by TVSA With the possibility of kaMadonsela returning home soon, Phakade urges Sebenzile to stifle her attraction for him, but the chemistry between them keeps…

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MUVHANGO: Tuesday’s Episode – 15 June 2021 E115 S22

What’s happening on tonight’s episode… Soapie Teasers provided by TVSA Mulalo is being haunted by something and is undergoing a dark transition. The royal council pays Azwindini a visit to…

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TONIGHT’S EPISODE: Diep City E52 S1 – Tuesday 15 June 2021

Tonight’s episode: Soapie Teasers provided by TVSA Dakalo is still AWOL and Bra Zoli is determined to find the police but then Dakalo turns up like nothing is wrong. The…

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UZALO: Tonight’s episode, Tuesday 15 June 2021 – E72 S7

On tonight’s episode of Uzalo: Nkunzi takes a drastic decision regarding the church. Nosipho makes a mistake with the bugging device and Screwdriver’s cash cow may be reaching its last…

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Ofsted chief warns against victim blaming in ‘modesty’ shorts row

The chief inspector of schools in England has intervened in a row over girls being told to wear “modesty” shorts under their skirts at primary school, warning against a culture…

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Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott gives away £2bn to 286 organisations

The billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, known for her impromptu multibillion-dollar donations to charities and racial equity issues, has announced that she has given a further $2.7bn (£1.9bn) to 286 organisations.…

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South Africa: The Council for Educators Needs a Heavier Hand in Dealing With the Scourge of Corporal Punishment

Corporal punishment remains an enduring issue in many schools across South Africa. As Mila Harding writes, it is time for schools to regard violence against children by teachers as a…

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Zimbabwe: The Battlefield for Revolutionaries Is On the Streets – Artuz

The Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe has vowed to continue speaking against poor salaries paid to teachers by the government. Speaking during a press briefing earlier today, ARTUZ Spokesperson…

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