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The World View - Student murder in Bangladesh

The World View - Student murder in Bangladesh

The Brexit downturn has the German chancellor scuppered a possible deal.

Miracle dog found alive in rubble a month after a hurricane in the Bahamas.



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Miss Universe: They were all-out cheering for South Africa

10 December 2019 8:37 AM

Alexis Loinaz at US-based Journalist

The world is getting to know the brilliance of Zozibini Tunzi. Journalist Alexis Loinaz was there in Georgia on Sunday night and got to experience the Miss Universe pageant
in person.

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Ben Turok Tribute

10 December 2019 8:29 AM

Turok, who died on Monday at the age of 92, was an MP from 1995 to 2014. His family
said he was always outspoken and dedicated his whole life to fighting for freedom,
equality, and social justice in South Africa.

In more detail about the life of this South AFrican Hero, Former President Kgalema Motlanthe.

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The World View - New Zealand’s Volcanic Disaster

10 December 2019 7:52 AM

Stolen baby in Pakistan it has shone light on poor hospital procedures.

Russia’s sporting ban out for 4 years for doping violations.

Farewell to “ The Few “ the death of a battle of Britain pilot.

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Ironically we will get a larger lump of wet coal in our stocking this Xmas

10 December 2019 7:37 AM

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Stage 6 Loadshedding

10 December 2019 7:21 AM

Ted Blom Independent Energy Expert

Eskom says it was forced to implement stage 6 load shedding last night from 6pm due
to faults at its Medupi Power Station. Never before have we experienced stage 6 load shedding. In fact many, including some municipalities, had no concept of it. While we returned to Stage 4 late last night, it still meant that some communities were without power for 4 hours.

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Tech Tuesday: WhatsApp Promises

10 December 2019 6:57 AM

Demi Pretorius Associate at Adams & Adams

The Supreme Court of Appeal was asked to pronounce on whether a WhatsApp
message is an enforceable contract. The case was an interesting one - a man won the lottery, but denied doing so. But said that if he did win, he would give each of his children a million Rand. The mother of one of his children then came to collect.

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Cape Town CBD loadshedding exemption - fair?

10 December 2019 6:45 AM

Geoff Jacobs President at Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Loadshedding made its unwelcome return last week and we can expect for it to last
until the end of this week. Most of us had had to adjust our lives according to the loadshedding schedules, but there a small minority who can go about business-as-usual.

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SACP tug of war over Blade Nzimande

9 December 2019 8:18 AM

Political analyst and author Jan-Jan Joubert talks about what he says is another episode in that battle.

This, as the SACP gathers for its national congress and at the centre of it all will be a tug of war over communist leader and MP, Blade Nzimande. Insiders say one faction wants Nzimande to commit to the party and take up the role of Secretary-General as a full-time post, which would mean turning his back on post in the cabinet as higher education minister.

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The World View - Deadly Factory Fire In India

9 December 2019 8:01 AM

Terrorist incidents a shooting in Florida & 2 suspects arrested in England.

The UK’s election week the polls point to a Boris Johnson victory on Thursday.

Rescue in Alaska a 5 year old has carried her toddler sibling to safety.

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