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[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -An innovative device by a young woman from the Eastern Cape is proving to be a winner in the country's efforts to save energy.
[News24Wire] The South African government says a move to withdraw from the International Criminal Court and its obligations to the Rome Statute is part of ensuring that the country's international law obligations are properly aligned with domestic law.
[The Conversation Africa] Universities have an obligation to produce leaders, whether in their academic disciplines, chosen professions or in the wider society, including in government and civil society.
[News24Wire] Zimbabwe has finally paid off its 16-year debt to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as part of its arrears clearance strategy with multilateral institutions.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -The popular comedian took to his Twitter account to announce that he will no longer be making an appearance due to a severe respiratory and ear infection.
[Nyasa Times] The Malawi Law Commission (MLC) has ruled out the possibility of considering inmates in Malawi prisons to exercise conjugal rights during their jail terms.
[Namibian] SOME Supreme Court of Appeal judges have expressed frustration over their former colleague, Gerhard Maritz, who retired in 2015 without fulfilling his promise of delivering two judgements per month.
[News24Wire] The government's decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court should have gone through Parliament for ratification first, the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) has said.
[Namibian] A YOUNG man accused of having carried out a sexual attack on three schoolgirls at Okahandja in September 2010 was found guilty on five counts of rape and two other charges in the Windhoek High Court yesterday.
[Zambia Reports] FAZ general secretary Ponga Liwewe has issued a statement confirming the body had circulated a draft constitution which contains a proposal that expressly promotes gay rights in the local league.
[Namibian] THE Omusati regional council will transfer the Okalongo settlement administrator to an unspecified location in the region if the allegations of his dubious land deals are proven to be true.
[The Herald] Zvamaida Murwira -PARLIAMENT has summoned Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo to explain allegations that he and his deputy Dr Godfrey Gandawa siphoned nearly than half a million dollars from Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fu...
[WFP] The study estimates that Lesotho could save 2.86 billion Maloti (US$292 million) by 2025 if the prevalence of underweight in children were reduced from 10% to 5%, and stunting from one-third to one-tenth.
[Nyasa Times] A multi-billion dollar UNICEF funded project meant to provide safe and potable water in Karonga district through the provision of boreholes is mired in controversy almost four years after completion because in some areas the boreholes are not there.
[Daily Maverick] South Africa has begun the process of withdrawing from the International Criminal Court by notifying the United Nations on Thursday that it intended to revoke its ratification of the Rome Statute, which established the court, as a result of the court's perceived biases against Afric...
[Zambia Reports] The infamous Ndola juveniles that fed a marijuana cake to their teachers in Ndola have pleaded guilty to the charge of unlawful trafficking.
[Nyasa Times] The Malawi Law Commission (MLC) has bemoaned congestion in Malawi prisons saying the facilities are keeping almost three times the recommended number of inmates thereby exposing them to health hazards.
[ICTJ] New York -The International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) decries the announcement that South Africa will seek to withdraw from the Rome Statute, the treaty that created the International Criminal Court (ICC) and an international framework for fighting impunity for egregious crimes.
[News24Wire] Parliament's police committee on Friday called for confusion over a R2m debt incurred for Ipid head Robert McBride's legal fees, to be resolved.
[News24Wire] South Africa's Kevin Anderson on Friday lost to Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov in the quarter-finals of the Stockholm Open.
[News24Wire] A 7-year-old boy with terminal cancer was able to fulfil his long-held dream of touching and feeding a dolphin, despite medical challenges along the way.
[News24Wire] All published research literature on nutrition is funded by industry and is profoundly biased, Professor Tim Noakes said on Thursday.
[Parliament of South Africa] Parliament, Thursday 20 October 2016 - Allegations that the Director of the Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO), Professor Mahomed Jahed, instructed staff of the PBO to help Members of Parliament, including Minister Des van Rooyen, with private academic assignments are wit...
[Parliament of South Africa] The Standing Committee on Appropriations was briefed by the Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) this week on the cost of free higher education in South Africa.
[Parliament of South Africa] Parliament, Friday 21 October 2016 - Speaker of the National Assembly, Ms Baleka Mbete, has noted with grave concern the statement by the Ministry of Police wherein the Minister of Police, Mr Nathi Nhleko, "clarifies the return of Robert McBride from suspension."
[Parliament of South Africa] On the start of the second day of the High Level Panel in Durban, its Chairperson Mr Kgalema Motlanthe explained that the panel conducts its work through submissions, public hearings, roundtable discussions, commissioned research and desk research.
[SA Govt] International Relations and Cooperation Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane will meet with her Austrian counterpart, Sebastian Kurz, the Minister for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs, on 24 October 2016 in Pretoria. Minister Kurz is visiting South Africa from 24 to 26 October 2016, head...
[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Sport and Recreation Minister Fikile Mbalula has expressed concern at reports of Mamelodi Sundowns' inability to train after its hosts in Egypt failed to give the team a venue ahead of this weekend's African Championship League second leg final.
[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -South Africa has formally requested to withdraw from the Rome Statute, a treaty that established the International Criminal Court (ICC).
[New Era] In 1912, German Philosopher Edmund Husserl began a series of work, at the University of Gottingen, that would later develop into what became known as the phenomenology movement.

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