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Products/Home And Outdoor Furniture/Tables & Chairs/Model no.: BeechProduct keywords: beech, table, kitchen, furniturePlace of origin: RomaniaBrand Name: AntecoPrice Terms: TBAMinimum Orders: 0Payment Terms: TBAProduct description: Dimensions: 140x90xh78 cm Wood type: Beech
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[News24Wire] A Zimbabwean family, who had been living at Bangkoko's Suvarnabhumi airport for the past three months, has finally left Thailand, reports said on Tuesday.
[Bhekisisa] Accusations fly as the embattled former health MEC finally testifies at the ongoing arbitration hearings.
[Namibian] Germany is expected to appear in New York City's District Court on Thursday, or risk losing the case to the descendants of the genocide victims by default.
[The Source] Government has reduced excise duty on fuel imports, in a move aimed at reducing overall production costs in the country.
[New Zimbabwe] Former foreign affairs minister Walter Mzembi told a Harare court Monday that he intends to contest his arrest and placement on remand, saying the State has no case against him..
[News24Wire] The ANC has left it to government to work out the methods and procedures of implementing fee-free higher education and land expropriation without compensation, ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule said on Monday.
[News24Wire] South African Breweries (SAB) will be helping Capetonians struggling through the drought crisis by shipping out 12 million quarts of a drink not usually associated with the company.
[CAJ News] Lusaka -A raging cholera outbreak has left at least 77 people dead in Zambia.
[News24Wire] About 11 200 pupils in the Western Cape are still searching for schools, according to the Western Cape department of education.
[News24Wire] Eskom has announced the resignation of its suspended chief financial officer (CFO) Anoj Singh on Monday evening.
[News24Wire] Townships in Mogale City and the Krugersdorp central business district (CBD) were effectively shut down on Monday as thousands of protesters clashed with police.
[News24Wire] The ANC has not taken a decision that President Jacob Zuma must step down as head of state, ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule said on Monday.
[CAF] Namibia who are making their debut in the tournament had already qualified for the quarter finals after successive victories over Cote d'Ivoire and Uganda in Marrakech.
[East African] Ethiopian Airlines has acquired a 45 per cent stake in Zambia Airways that is set to be re-launched after more than two decades.
[News24Wire] Western Cape Premier Helen Zille on Monday said that she had written to President Jacob Zuma for a national disaster to be declared after the likelihood of Day Zero was confirmed by the City of Cape Town.
[263Chat] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has taken to social media to respond to concerns from the public regarding the recent dishing out of 226 cars to traditional chiefs by the government.
[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe is not doing enough to address service delivery failings that are causing endless outbreaks of waterborne disease and the loss of life, health minister David Parirenyatwa has said.
[New Era] Windhoek -Following the successful implementation of the first phase of the Tripartite Agreement on South-South Cooperation between the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), the Namibian Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry and the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture -...
[New Zimbabwe] The military, which effectively put President Emmerson Mnangagwa into office, must commit to accept his "certain" election defeat, the opposition MDC Alliance has said.
[New Zimbabwe] The opposition MDC-T party says it will soon be approaching government to consider an amnesty for three party members who are serving 20-year jail terms for the murder of a police officer in 2011.
[New Zimbabwe] Power utility ZESA paid controversial Harare tenderpreneur Wicknell Chivayo US$7million, parliament heard this Monday.
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has revealed that he stopped giving too much regard to Grace Mugabe's angry public rants against him, having concluding that she was likely struggling with mental health problems.
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa and his high-powered delegation arrived here yesterday for the 48th World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meetings where he is expected to present the country's investment guidelines and opportunities.
[Daily News] WITH a mix of strategic investments and partnerships, airline acquisitions, and efficient service delivery, Ethiopian Airlines hopes to take over Africa's skies and change air travel on the continent.
[Bhekisisa] The former Gauteng Health MEC is expected to take the stand on Monday when she will finally face irate families who are tired of waiting for answers.
[Nyasa Times] For the first time in 41 years, communities of Eliza Village in Traditional Authority (T/A) Mlonyeni in Mchinji have accessed tap water, thanks to Zachie Mwale's invention.
[Zambia Reports] Former FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya says he is on his way to Liberia to attend newly elected President George Weah's inauguration.
[New Era] Windhoek -Nascam collected N$1.6 million from the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) alone for the use of music on radio and TV. Namibian music artists received the most compared to international artists, and the total paid to local musicians was N$886,917 while international artists ...
[Namibian] AN ARANOS area farmer who has been standing trial in the Windhoek High Court over the gunshot death of his wife almost eight years ago is guilty of murder.
[Namibian] A 28-year-old Zambian man who stole three oxen in 2016 in the Singalamwe area was sentenced to five years imprisonment in the Katima Mulilo Magistrate's Court on Friday.

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