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Universities to remain shut

Petrol bombs proof student protests have been hijacked ANC

Johannesburg The discovery of three petrol bombs at the University of the Witwatersrand on Saturday is evidence enough to show that the student protests around #FeesMustFall and an increase in fees have been hijacked, the ANC said on Sunday. ... News24, 8 hours ago
Universities to remain shut ENCA, 31 minutes ago

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Hlaudi's R11.4m bonus

Johannesburg - SABC boss Hlaudi Motsoeneng this week scored himself a massive R11.4 million bonus and managed to hold on to his job despite current controversy. So when he declared that he would come back stronger at the SABC at the funeral of ...
 News2423 hours ago Still no word from SABC on Motsoeneng's role  Eye Witness News12 minutes ago SABC denies Motoeneng pocketed R11m bonus  ENCA36 minutes ago SABC's R11.4m bonus for Hlaudi spurs further court action  ENCA16 hours ago

Happy birthday, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela!

Independent Archives Winnie Madikizela-Mandela as a young woman. Picture: Alf Kumalo Johannesburg - Vilakazi Street in Soweto was painted green and gold on Sunday afternoon as the ANC Women's League hosted a mega party for Winnie ...
 IOL34 minutes ago Happy birthday Mama Winnie  ENCA16 minutes ago

ANCYL fully behind Motsoeneng

The ANC Youth League has thrown its weight behind Hlaudi Motsoeneng . This emerged during a press briefing in Johannesburg following the league's two-day national executive committee meeting. Last week, the Supreme Court of Appeal dismissed ...
 SABC21 minutes ago ANCYL backs Motsoeneng and Myeni  ENCA31 minutes ago ANCYL wants Motsoeneng back at the helm  Eye Witness News14 hours ago WATCH: ANC Youth League briefing  ENCA16 hours ago
Daily Nation

Fierce debate on plight of Africa's elephants as Cites talks kick off in Johannesburg

By AFP More by JOHANNESBURG The world's biggest conference on the international wildlife trade got underway Saturday in Johannesburg, but African countries lashed out at Western charities for "dictating" how they should protect their ...
 Daily Nation23 hours ago S Africa meet mulls wildlife protection  Qatar Tribune1 day ago Wildlife meet opens in South Africa aiming to save species  Daily Times1 day ago Conservationists seek to save endangered species  Gulf Times1 day ago
Digital Journal

New report on poaching paints grim and short future for elephants

The 17th Conference of the Parties (COP) being held through October 5 in Johannesburg, South Africa, is said to be the largest in the 43-year history of the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites), with more than 2,500 ...
 Digital Journal4 hours ago Zuma to open CITES COP17 Conference  SABC1 day ago 3 Reasons Why You Should Care About the Largest-Ever Wildlife Conference Happening Now  EnvironmentGuru.com8 hours ago Zuma expected to address delegates at CITES conference in Sandton  Eye Witness News1 day ago
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Soshanguve TUT student choose studying over protesting

Sasco's Thapelo Mhlongo says a protest would negatively affect students at the campus due to short notice. JOHANNESBURG Student structures at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT)'s Soshanguve campus says although they support free tertiary ...
 Eye Witness News21 hours ago South Africa: Police clash with students in tuition fees protest  DNA3 days ago South African police fire teargas to disperse protesting students in Johannesburg  Yahoo! India4 days ago Police fire teargas at student protesters in Johannesburg  Reuters4 days ago
Tanzania Today

Zambia's front line between elephants and humans

As the Cites conference on endangered species meets in Johannesburg, the BBC's Matt McGrath travelled to Zambia to hear the voices of people with first-hand experience of conflicts between humans and wildlife. Humphrey Mubita farms near the Kafue ...
 BBC3 hours ago Nellie the enemy?  BBC3 hours ago
Boston Globe

Africa lost about 111,000 elephants to poaching in last decade

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — Africa lost as many as 111,000 elephants over the last decade as a surge in poaching in the east of the continent caused the population's biggest declines in the past 25 years. The elephant population in Africa is ...
 Boston Globe5 hours ago Conservation-animal-elephant-crime-CITES-SAfrica  Namibia Press Agency17 hours ago African elephant population declines due to poaching  ENCA12 hours ago African elephants suffer worst decline in 25 years  The Nation Pakistan2 hours ago

Reclusive pangolins require global spotlight to survive

By Susan Njanji, AFP JOHANNESBURG -- Reclusive, gentle and quick to roll up into a ball, pangolins keep a low profile. But they are also the world's most heavily trafficked mammal, and experts at the Convention on International Trade in Endangered ...
 China Post11 hours ago Shy Pangolins Need World Spotlight To Survive  NDTV23 hours ago Conservation-environment-CITES-SAfrica-pangolin FOCUS  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago Demand for Pangolin meat is driving the species to extinction  Deccan Chronicle18 hours ago
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