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South Africa's top court rules former President Zuma cannot stand in election over criminal record

Moosejaw Today 20 May 2024
Zuma was South African president from 2009-2018 but resigned under a cloud of corruption allegations. He made a return to politics last year with a new party and has been fiercely critical of the ruling African National Congress party he once led.
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Jacob Zuma not eligible to run for South African parliament, court rules

The Observer 20 May 2024
Zuma, who was forced to quit as president in 2018, has fallen out with the governing African National ... Explore more on these topicsSouth AfricaJacob ZumaAfricaANC (African National Congress)news.
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Financial markets: More of the same?

Independent online (SA) 20 May 2024
The current strong recovery of global and South African financial markets continues ... The above bullish sentiment on world markets boosted South African stock markets.
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South African communities vs Shell: High court victories show cultural beliefs and practices count in ...

Phys Dot Org 20 May 2024
South African communities vs Shell. High court victories show cultural beliefs and practices count in climate cases (2024, May 20) retrieved 20 May 2024 from https.//phys.org/news/2024-05-south-african-communities-shell-high.html.
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AI holds immense potential for Africa’s media industry – Akufo-Addo

Ghana Business News 19 May 2024
Ghana’s President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is urging the African media to leverage the opportunities and work efficiency inherent in the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the growth of the industry.
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African Liberation Day and the Struggle for Freedom in Palestine

GlobalResearch 19 May 2024
“From Cape Town to Cairo, the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea, Pan-Africanism and Palestine Liberation are Indivisible! Smash the Genocide of International Zionism and Apartheid!” ... Abayomi Azikiwe is the editor of the Pan-African News Wire.
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Prince Harry, Meghan’s link to ‘fugitive’ businessman sparks trouble

The News International 19 May 2024
... of the African country, reported The Daily Mail ... The news comes after Sussexes had returned to the US after conducting a successful visit to court the African country to host a future Invictus Games.
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Natjoints says measures are in place to ensure secure elections on 29 May

Mail Guardian South Africa 19 May 2024
Mosikili said one of the biggest threats was fake news and that Natjoints — which is led by the South African Police Service, the South African National Defence Force and the State Security Agency...
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African Champions League At A Crossroads After Bitter Wydad Vs Ahly Final

MENA FN 19 May 2024
(MENAFN - The Conversation) content-body content entry-content instapaper_body inline-promos" itemprop="articleBody"> The biggest news from the conclusion of the Caf African Champions League final ... .
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Tunisians stage anti-migrant protest as the number of stranded in transit to Europe grows

Newsday 19 May 2024
... and El Amra reflect the compounding problems facing Tunisia, a key transit point for migrants from Syria, Bangladesh and a variety of sub-Saharan African nations.Get the Breaking News newsletter!.
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Companies are trying to attract more smartphone users across Africa. But there are risks

Newsday 19 May 2024
... Group, a company that has developed a smartphone that functions through voice command and is available in 50 African languages such as Yoruba, Swahili and Wolof.Get the Breaking News newsletter!.
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Historic Preservation Fund grant to support restoration of Dearfield in Weld County

The Tribune Greeley 19 May 2024
Helping to continue Dearfield’s restoration, UNC will receive $743,224 from the Historic Preservation Fund’s African American Civil Rights grant program, according to an April 30 news release from the National Park Service.
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This researcher found billions in ‘invisible’ gold in Jo’burg’s mine dumps

Al Jazeera 19 May 2024
With a PhD in his pocket, a flurry of media coverage – many Zimbabwean and South African news outlets seized on the $24bn figure – and job offers in five countries, the world really does appear to be Chingwaru’s oyster.
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Commentary: Campuses have long been hotbeds of unrest. What do today's protests tell us?

Foster's Daily Democrat 19 May 2024
This column appears every other week in Foster’s Daily Democrat and the Tuskegee News. This week, Guy Trammell, an African American man from Tuskegee, Ala., and Amy Miller, a white woman from South Berwick, Maine, write about campus activism.

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