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26-Jan-2019 to 05:16

S/Africa on steady path of growth, renewal - Ramaphosa

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has assured the international community and potential investors to his country that Pretoria is on a path of renewal and growth, with the country strengthening partnerships for inclusive economic growth and development.

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26-Jan-2019 to 04:58

eSwatini: Civil servants reject 3% salary hike offer by gov’t

APA-Mbabane (eSwatini) — The government of eSwatini is set to be on a collision course with its employees after the civil servants on Friday rejected a 3% salary increment offer that the authorities thought would avert next week’s proposed mass strike.

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25-Jan-2019 to 23:53

Mozambique, India move to boost economic ties

APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — The Indian government sees Mozambique as an important partner with enormous potential to expand and eventually double the current volume of exports to that country, APA can report.

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25-Jan-2019 to 23:37

Mozambique drops to 122 in Global Talent Index

APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — Mozambique fell to 122 position from 117 to 122 in the 2018 Global Competitiveness Index of Talents, becoming one of the four worst countries in the world to attract, retain and develop talent, APA can report.

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25-Jan-2019 to 23:29

AfDB reviews eSwatini’s development strategies

APA-Mbabane (eSwatini) — A delegation of 10 Executive Directors (EDs) from the African Development Bank will be on a three-day stakeholder consultation mission in eSwatini over the period 27-30 January 2019.

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25-Jan-2019 to 23:22

Mozambique probes death of S/African terror suspect

APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — Mozambique's provincial attorney’s office in the country's northern province of Cabo Delgado has ordered an autopsy on the corpse of a South African businessman.

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25-Jan-2019 to 06:42

S/African leader says “too early” to suspend officials implicated in graft probe

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — South African President Cyril Ramaphosa will wait for the outcome of all judicial commissions of inquiry to be finalised before deciding whether he should suspend government officials implicated in corruption or wrongdoing, APA has learnt.

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