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Mayor Speelman's apology won't suffice - Human Rights Commission to investige after lockdown

2020-04-10 15:01

The South African Human Rights Commission on Thursday said an apology by Matjhabeng mayor Nkosinjani Speelman for using an offensive term in reference to the coloured community of Bronville would not suffice, confirming that it would launch a full investigation once the national lockdown ends.

WATCH | Some 300 food parcels donated to Joburg waste pickers

2020-04-10 13:54

Joburg MMC for Environment, Infrastructure and Services Mpho Moerane, along with ADreach and the Supplier Development Initiative donate about 300 food parcels to waste pickers in Sandton.

 

 

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Covid-19: Worldwide call for ban on wildlife markets

2020-04-10 07:11

Conservationists have welcomed the Chinese government's ban on the consumption of wild animal products, but have voiced concerns it may drive sales underground.

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#EarthCrimes | The dirty white elephant part 4: Caution, environmental hazard!

2020-04-10 13:09

The development of a coal-burning, water-guzzling industrial zone is a potential threat to the roughly 18 million people in South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique who depend on the Limpopo River watershed.

Lockdown: Mabuyane wants shutdown as Eastern Cape cases rise

2020-04-10 10:56

Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane says he is engaging national government on the possibility of a stricter total shutdown in his province to help curb the rise of positive cases of Covid-19.

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