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'Shock and awe tactics' used on shack dwellers by  JARED SACKS

'Shock and awe tactics' used on shack dwellers by JARED SACKS

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Jacob and Pravin at DAVOS trying to stimuate investment in the South Africa economy - Zapiro

study finds growth not helping africa's poor

Residents of Alexandra and other Johannesburg areas affected by the Pikitup strike are helping contractors clear mounting piles of waste from the streets

(Picture of tractor on farm in Tanzania) Read in BBC with a report on: Africa's economic growth is being held back by confusion over who owns vast swathes of agricultural land, according to a World Bank report.

Africa 'held back' by land disputes

(Picture of tractor on farm in Tanzania) Read in BBC with a report on: Africa's economic growth is being held back by confusion over who owns vast swathes of agricultural land, according to a World Bank report.

Supporters of the African National Congress chant slogans during ANC president Jacob Zuma's election campaign in Atteridgeville a township located to the west of Pretoria, South Africa.. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Supporters of the African National Congress chant slogans during ANC president Jacob Zuma's election campaign in Atteridgeville a township located to the west of Pretoria, South Africa.

Loo con vista "Questi bagni sono stati installati in Khayelitsha a Città del Capo, senza armadi con l'accordo della Comunità (e reparto consigliere) - sostenendo che la comunità ha accettato di allegare il proprio bagno se la città ha costruito un gabinetto per nucleo familiare, invece del previsto uno per cinque famiglie.

Loo con vista "Questi bagni sono stati installati in Khayelitsha a Città del Capo, senza armadi con l'accordo della Comunità (e reparto consigliere) - sostenendo che la comunità ha accettato di allegare il proprio bagno se la città ha costruito un gabinetto per nucleo familiare, invece del previsto uno per cinque famiglie.

Students march with a banner during a protest at South Africa's Stellenbosch University in Stellenbosch -1 September 2015

Elite SA university aims to drop Afrikaans

An elite South African university aims to drop Afrikaans as the language of instruction and teach in English after a campaign by students.

Photo by Marco Lascialfari

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Students stand in front of a burning portable toilet during a protest over planned increases in tuition fees at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, October 23, 2015 © Sydney Seshibedi

African police fire tear gas, water cannon at thousands of students protesting fee hikes — RT News

Khayelitsha Photo by Jake Salyers

Photo by Jake Salyers

EFF PayBacktheMoney joke

Nandos Advert Offers President Zuma Options - SAPeople - Your Worldwide South African Community

Only Mugabe can make us move, say illegal Zim settlers

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