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South African shops salvaging 'expired' goods BBC News Video Link: https://youtu.be/0Z7O6fDmQgQ Supermarkets across the world have often been accused of letting their out-of-date products go to waste, although many are taking steps to try and combat this problem. In Denmark earlier this year, Europe's first "sell-by" supermarket opened, selling products that are past their sell-by dates but still perfectly edible. Now there is something similar in South Africa. The BBC's Taurai Maduna went along to Foodies grocery store in Cape Town and spoke to entrepreneur Dave Bester to find out more for Africa Business Report. Thanks for Watching Like, Subscribe, Share for more videos Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmGTROPqS6kH3duu1PUW5xw?sub_confirmation=1 Follow Us On Twitter:...
In South Africa, one man’s dream of teaching a love for reading amongst the kids in his impoverished neighbourhood is being realized after receiving praise for his social project.The area is an informal settlement and a library non-existent,so he took matters into his own hands turned his garage into a self-styled library, complete with a selection of thousands of books. CCTV's Travers Andrews has this report.
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South African university students have been protesting for four days, demanding no fee hikes for next year and free tertiary education. In Johannesburg at Wits University students continued to protest but this time peacefully. After a day of violence the university remained calm, but still tense, as police remained on campus. Students marched to Solomon Mahlangu House for a mass meeting. They're discussing their plan of action and waiting to see what position the University will take on fee increases. Their message is clear and unchanged; they want "free, decolonized, quality education for all".
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South African Airways which recently recieved yet another government bailout says its losses will now come in at 403 million dollars. The airline, which is technically insolvent, earlier this month, said its loss would be 337 million dollars. The national carrier has been seeking a 360 million dollar loan guarantee from the National Treasury. This month, cabinet controversially approved the appointment of a new board to be headed by controversial chairwoman Dudu Myeni. Opposition parties have launched a scathing attack on SAA , with the opposition parties accusing the president and the ANC of running the airline into the ground
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South African politics is standing on the edge of a very slippery slope as President Jacob Zuma struggles with yet more revelations of inappropriate conduct in office. But now, another crisis. A comrade-turned-rival is threatening to unseat him, by any means necessary. Julius Malema, the former president of the African National Congress’s Youth League, says his party ‘will run out of patience very soon’ and ‘will remove this government through the barrel of a gun.’ Could this tough talk be the start of a violent crisis for South Africa, a country already struggling under the weight of under-performance and political mismanagement? He is the self-proclaimed populist Commander of South African politics. Military-trained, brash, and charismatic, Julius Malema could yet be the ultimate thor...
Subscribe to France 24 now : http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN This week, Brazil and South Africa’s presidents were both in hot water: Dilma Rousseff over impeachment procedures and Jacob Zuma over lavish home improvements paid by taxpayer dollars. Meanwhile, China’s Xi Jinping faced growing dissent at home due to a slowing economy and a major public health scandal over expired vaccines. Also, Indian steel giant Tata announced the sale of its UK assets, and Pakistan was the scene of a terrorist bombing targeting Christians. Produced by Charles WENTE, François WIBAUX and Van MEGUERDITCHIAN. Visit our website : http://www.france24.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel : http://f24.my/youtubeEN Like us on Facebook : https:/...
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The Congress of South African Students, COSAS, Learn Without Fear convention is currently underway at the Orlando Stadium in Soweto, Johannesburg. The campaign is aimed at promoting safety in schools to contribute to an improved teaching and learning environment. The event takes place during a critical year which marks the 40th anniversary of the June 16 1976 student uprising. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Former president Nelson Mandela, the Springbok team of 1995 and the legendary rugby commentator Hugh Bladen will be inducted into the South African Sport Hall of Fame at Sun City on Thursday evening. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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