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The countries that want to start trading ivory despite falling numbers
Sydney Morning Herald

The countries that want to start trading ivory despite falling...

| Johannesburg: The number of elephants in Africa has dropped by 111,000 in 10 years to just 415,000 today. The 20 per cent drop between 2006 and 2015 is because of a surge in ivory poaching, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) ... Sydney Morning Herald, 1 hour ago
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Zuma expected to address delegates at CITES conference in Sandton

Participants from 182 countries will regulate the status of 500 species of endangered animals and plants. JOHANNESBURG President Jacob Zuma is expected to open the world's largest wildlife conference in Sandton this morning. More than 3,500 ...
 Eye Witness News1 day ago 3 Reasons Why You Should Care About the Largest-Ever Wildlife Conference Happening Now  Care23 minutes ago UN conference on endangered species kicks off in South Africa  AfricaNews1 day ago Cites Notes Progress  AllAfrica.com1 day ago
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Breakaway countries want resumption of Ivory trade

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 elephants. Source: AFP 25 Sep 2016 ...
 Special Broadcasting Service14 hours ago Conference on wildlife trafficking underway in South Africa  China Post3 hours ago Activists in More than 140 Cities Are Marching for Elephants and Rhinos  TakePart1 day ago Fierce debate on plight of Africa's elephants as Cites talks kick off in Johannesburg  Daily Nation15 hours ago
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Police fire teargas at student protesters in Johannesburg

Students throw stones during clashes with security at Johannesburg's University of the Witwatersrand as countrywide protests demanding free tertiary education entered a third week, South Africa, September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko ...
 Reuters India4 days ago SOUTH AFRICA | Police Fire Teargas as University Fees Protests Spread  Reports Afrique2 days ago Fees Must Fall: Anatomy of the Student Protests in South Africa  ACQ Magazine3 days ago Police fire rubber bullets at students protesting fee hikes in Johannesburg  France243 days ago
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Varsities to stay shut amid uncertainty over protests

Johannesburg Several universities across the country have elected to remain shut on Monday following uncertainty over ongoing fee protests. Three petrol bombs were found on the University of the Witwatersrand's Braamfontein campus over the ...
 News245 hours ago Information | Varsities to remain shut amid uncertainty above protests  SouthCoastNews.co.za4 hours ago

Sarb rates call gives SA breathing space - Nafcoc

Johannesburg - A decision by the South African Reserve Bank (Sarb) to keep the repo rate unchanged has given the country's struggling economy breathing room. This is the view of the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry ...
 Fin24.com8 hours ago Sarb rates call gives SA 'breathing space' - Nafcoc  IrishSun.com7 hours ago
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University protests top the news in SA

Johannesburg - University protests topped the news across the country over the last week, followed by interest in former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng, Mandoza, and Heritage day, media monitoring organisation Roi Africa said on Sunday. The charts ...
 News248 hours ago Information | University protests top rated the news in SA  SouthCoastNews.co.za7 hours ago SA university heads take a pay-cut this is how much they earn  Businesstech.co.za2 days ago
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Eyewitness News — Gordhan: There are people who make it their duty to protect the corrupt

JOHANNESBURG Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says there are real counter-revolutionaries in the country who prevent people, including himself, from improving the lives of South Africans. Former president Kgalema Motlanthe and Tourism Minister ...
 NewsHub South Africa12 hours ago Gordhan: There are people who make it their duty to protect the corrupt  Eye Witness News15 hours ago Gordhan: There are people who protect the corrupt  IAfrica.com13 hours ago
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Zuma labels SA one of top conservation countries on the planet

Jacob Zuma says there's a visible reduction in the number of rhino poached in South Africa this past year. JOHANNESBURG - President Jacob Zuma says South Africa is one of the top conservation countries on the planet. Officially opening the ...
 Eye Witness News1 day ago Zuma defends the country's hunting industry  Times Live South Africa1 day ago SAA crew: Zuma is not a fussy passenger  News242 days ago Zuma dodges MPs questions on Guptas, Zwane and cabinet job offers  Herald Live2 days ago
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Government condemns violent student protests

JOHANNESBURG - Government has condemned the violent student protests at some of the country's universities. We believe there's no problem in South Africa that cannot be solved by peaceful negotiations," said Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe. ...
 ENCA3 days ago South Africa vows to end violent student protests  Gulf Times2 days ago SAfrica-education-demonstration-politics  Namibia Press Agency3 days ago S.Africa vows to end violent student protests  New Vision2 days ago
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