ESKOM ADMITS LOAD SHEDDING IS WORSE NOW WILL COST OVER R11-BILLION OVER THE NEXT YEAR Eskom has admitted that this load shedding is worse than it was in 2014. Eskom spokesperson, Khulu Phasiwe said to get out of this mess will cost the power utility over 11-billion rands.
DOCTORS ON STRIKE IN ZIMBABWE AS THE COUNTRY BATTLES CHOLERA OUTBREAK Strike by doctors in Zimbabwe may collapse the country's health sector, medical staff have been striking for a second week now as the country is battling cholera outbreak.
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GULF SUMMIT CONCLUDES IN SAUDI ARABIA CALLING FOR ARAB UNITY AGAINST TERROR Arab leaders yesterday concluded Gulf Summit in Riyadh, as crises brew over a bitter diplomatic dispute with Qatar, the war in Yemen and the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Gulf nation members have called for Arab unity against terror. #GulfSummit #SaudiArabia
UN TO ADOPT MIGRATION PACT UN-BACKED CONFERENCE ON MIGRATION OPENS IN MARRAKESH Politicians from around the globe today are gathered in Morocco for a major conference to endorse a United Nations migration pact.
ANTI-BREXIT CAMPAIGNERS GATHER AHEAD CRUCIAL VOTE REJECTION OF BREXIT DEAL COULD BRING OPPOSITION PARTY TO POWER Anti-Brexit campaigners gathered in London ahead of Tuesday's crucial vote in Parliament. British Prime Minister Theresa May said that parliament's rejection of the Brexit deal could leave Britain in the EU and bring the opposition party to power.
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