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Firefighters say if there were to be a major disaster in the city, Emergency Services would find themselves in a crisis.

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The National Prosecuting Authority has decided not to prosecute anyone for the alleged poisoning of former president Jacob Zuma.

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The Table Mountain National Park (TMNP) says it is prepared for the impending fire season in Cape Town but believes residents can do their bit to minimise the chances of a wildfire damaging or even destroying their homes.

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A year after the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa chairperson promised to set aside women-and-children-only train carriages on Cape Town's Metrorail, the project appears to have been abandoned.

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JKIA ranked second in among airports handling 250,000 tons of air cargo.

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Hudson-Odoi made 24 appearances in his debut season.

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Doctors union says document was not shared for them to interrogate it.

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President's endorsement Mr Mariga irks a section of ODM camp.

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Such bells are found in Catholic churches across the world.

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Vincent Mashami has urged his Amavubi players to maintain momentum when they face Ethiopia after stunning DR Congo in a build-up match in Kinshasa on Wednesday.

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The Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Dan Munyuza joined other police chiefs from the region in the Eastern Africa Police Chiefs Cooperation Organisation (EAPCCO) Annual General Meeting, which is underway in Arusha, Tanzania.

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It was yet another busy schedule for Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Minister, Kondwani Nankhumwa, on Thursday, September 20 2019 as  from 9am, he toured two strategic establishments related to his ministry, Blantyre Water Board (BWB) and the Smallholder Farmers Fertilizer Revolving Fund of Malawi (SFFRFM) headquarters in Blantyre.

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Many suspects are now in police custody, all accused of masterminding the serial killing that assails the oil-rich city. The post Controversy as police arrest another ‘serial killer’ in Port Harcourt appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

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The SBMC has led to an increase in the enrolment of children in Kano schools. The post SBMC: Inside story of Nigeria’s scheme to reduce out-of-school children in Kano appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

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The government has failed to resettle the former residents of the waterfront slum or pay them compensation. The post Two years after court ruling, no justice for Otodogbame residents evicted by Lagos govt appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

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Sylvestre Mudacumura, commander of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR), was killed in DRC's North Kivu province on Tuesday night

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Justice Margaret Oumo Oguli adjourned the matter to September 24 for King Mumbere’s lawyers to respond to the state

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The killers are suspected to have hit Akena with a sharp object before they dumped his body in Lake Victoria

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Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services (MET) has disclosed that Malawi is to be.

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[Daily Trust] President Muhammadu Buhari and former Vice President Atiku Abubakar as well as other agencies involved in the 2019 presidential election case spent billions of naira pursuing and defending the case at the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal (PEPT), checks by Daily Trust revealed.

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[Daily Trust] The Federal Government and World Bank are in talks for as much as $2.5 billion in a new tranche of concessionary lending to Nigeria, the bank's Vice President for Africa Hafez Ghanem has said.

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[Capital FM] Nairobi -Regional low-cost carrier Jambojet has received approval from the Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority to start flights to Kigali.

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