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200 Knysna residents to get title deeds to their homes. Knysna Tourism NPA membership deadline is 30 April. coMind opens in Mossel Bay.
Sandra Winter will fly the S Cape flag at the SA Women’s Amateur Championships.
UK takes a stand against prisoner swap with Iran. Kim & Putin discuss destroying nuclear weapons. Creepy Uncle Joe takes the inside lane but methinks his record of doing very little besides invading people’s personal space will catch up with him. He’s just not ‘woke’ enough – and then there’s always his shady business dealing with the Ukraine oligarchs – and his many gaffes – and his deep-seated racism – mmm – downhill from here?
Jiba, Mrwebi await their fate. Was Zuma right about nuclear energy? I think not – just a bigger project in a bigger mess.
Gold continues to shine, but that’s about all. Rand goes past R14.50/dollar. US oil production soars – offsets the reduction from Iran. SA gender pay gap shrinks.
Semenya eases into the longer distances. Whiteley out again. Kolisi and few other ‘Boks back for the Bulls clash.
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26 April 2019, Minister Bonginkosi Madikizela and Knysna Municipality Mayor, Mark Willemse will handover more than 200 title deeds to Knysna Municipality residents in Concordia.
DEADLINE FOR RETURN OF MEMBERSHIP APPLICATIONS WITH PROOF OF PAYMENT: Tuesday 30 April 2019
Located in the heart of Mossel Bay, the co-Mind workspace is attractively decorated with contemporary furniture, flooring, lighting and modern art.
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Other strong contenders include Symone Henriques from Gauteng, Larissa du Preez from Gauteng North and mid-amateur trio Sandra Winter from Southern Cape, Liezl Smit from KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng North’s Heidi van der Berg.
No prisoner swap with Iran, says UK April 25, 2019
British foreign secretary dismisses prisoner swap suggestion by Tehran as a ‘vile’ diplomatic tactic
Kim, Putin discuss prospect of destroying nuclear weapons April 25, 2019
North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un is in Russia, where he held talks with President Vladimir Putin in their first-ever summit.
Former Vice President Joe Biden launches 2020 presidential campaign.
Almost 30 000 voters abroad get ready to cast their votes April 25, 2019
Almost 30 000 South Africans living abroad will cast their votes on Saturday at high commissions, embassies and consulates-general around the world.
Mokgoro Enquiry: Jiba, Mrwebi await fate April 25, 2019
Suspended senior National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) advocates Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrance Mrwebi say they have not received communication from the Presidency regarding their possible axing from the NPA.
Zuma’s comments that nuclear would have saved us from our electricity crisis refer to the programme of about a decade ago, which would have delivered its first power by 2018, writes Des Muller
The local bourse extended losses as US markets opened, with concerns over global growth weighing on equities
Rand slips past R14.50/$ as dollar rally continues April 25, 2019
The rand’s losing streak continues, as global-growth concerns push the dollar to a two-year high against a basket of major currencies
Dire economic data boosts gold price April 25, 2019
World equity markets slipped as a surprise fall in German and South Korean economic data brought concern about a global downturn back to the fore
US crude production is at a record 12.2-million bpd, keeping it the world’s largest oil producer and diminishing the effect of Opec supply curbs
SA’s gender pay gap shrinks dramatically April 25, 2019
The nation has made significant strides since apartheid towards equal pay for low-wage earners through the enactment of minimum wage regulations
South African Olympic champion Caster Semenya claimed her maiden 5 000m title at the ASA Senior Championships in Germiston.
Lions blow as Whiteley ruled out of Crusaders clash April 25, 2019
The Lions have been struck a cruel blow before their match against the Crusaders with news that captain Warren Whiteley has failed a fitness test.
Kolisi back as Stormers make 7 changes against Bulls April 25, 2019
The DHL Stormers have made seven changes to their team to play the Blue Bulls at Newlands this Saturday, with captain Siya Kolisi returning to the starting line-up for the first time in two weeks.
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