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Riots have erupted across Tunisia for five consecutive days. Frustrated youth are protesting against unemployment and worsened economic hardship amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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“Democracy has prevailed”: Highlights from Joe Biden’s historic US presidential inauguration
Joe Biden was sworn in as president of the US on January 20, offering a message of unity and restoration to a deeply divided country.
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"We will be back in some form": Donald Trump officially vacates the White House
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SA schools reopening delayed as Covid-19 'strains' healthcare system
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‘You treat us like dogs’: Fuming disability grant beneficiaries sleep outside CT Sassa office
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President Donald Trump impeached again - so what happens next?
The US House of Representatives on January 14 2021 impeached Donal Trump again. He was charged with “inciting violence against the government of the US” in relation to the siege on Capitol Hill.
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Internet 'blackout' & election tension: What's happening in Uganda?
Uganda’s communications regulator ordered telecoms operators in the country to cut off all internet gateways until further notice.
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World's first battery-powered artificial heart has been approved for sales by EU
Artificial heartmaker Carmat will begin sales of its devices from the second quarter of 2021 after a long-awaited European Commission approval.
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SA's level 3 lockdown extended as Covid cases soar
President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that SA would remain under level 3 lockdown on January 11 2021.
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EFF vs Bheki Cele: What you need to know about the criminal charges
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Organised crime syndicates are attacking SA’s multibillion rand avocado pear industry. Several farms have been affected in Mpumalanga, Limpopo and KwaZulu-Natal.
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Woman shot dead as Trump supporters storm US Capitol
A woman died after being shot during the storming of the US Capitol by Trump supporters.
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Wrapping 2020 in politics: From Zuma going AWOL, to 'stolen' logos and assault cases
A year in politics is always a tricky one, especially in South Africa, and 2020 was no different.
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‘We don’t want to see you on the streets’: Police clamp down under level 3
An increased police presence took to the streets of Johannesburg under the updated level 3 lockdown regulations. Offenders could face fines or imprisonment if found to be contravening regulations.
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Wrapping 2020: 10 biggest corruption arrests of 2020 and why they happened
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SA back to Covid lockdown level 3: Booze and social gatherings banned
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Wrapping 2020: A world in turmoil
In 2020, South Africa and the world at large were thrown into turmoil by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Ramaphosa clamps down on gatherings, beaches and alcohol sales as he tightens curfew
President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation on December 14 2020 on “developments in relation to the country’s response to the coronavirus pandemic”.
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Eskom to be paid back 'historic' R1.6bn in ‘over-payments’ from contractor
Eskom and the Special Investigations Unit (SIU) announced a historic payment agreement between contractor ABB and the power utility during a media briefing on December 11 2020.
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Fill your fuel tank via your phone: new app offers petrol deliveries in Gauteng
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From inconsistencies to R3.4bn in recouped disbursements: A-G Covid relief report highlights
South Africa's Auditor-general, Tsakani Maluleke delivered an updated audit of the Covid-19 relief fund on December 9 2020.
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'Outstanding technical matters' sees Zuma arms deal trial postponed to February 2021
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'Table mountain killer' found guilty of two murders and multiple assaults
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