Malema tells students to keep pushing

Malema tells students to keep pushing

By Bongani Hans |IOL| EFF leader Julius Malema has called on university students not to retreat in their struggle for free education. Malema, who took a swipe at President Jacob Zuma, said the president was clueless as to how to...
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Commentary: Putin’s Middle East gamble is paying dividends

Commentary: Putin’s Middle East gamble is paying dividends

By Amir Handjani Vladimir Putin has made an art of turning weakness into strength. As Russian and Syrian forces pound Aleppo in the biggest assault of Syria’s five-year civil war, the Russian president clearly has emerged as a dominant force...
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WikiLeaks’ Assange signals release of documents before U.S. election

WikiLeaks’ Assange signals release of documents before U.S. election

By Andrea Shalal | BERLIN WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said on Tuesday the group would publish about one million documents related to the U.S. election and three governments in coming weeks, but denied the release was aimed at damaging Hillary...
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Zambia, Zimbabwe pick AfDB Advisers for US$4bn Batoka plant

Zambia, Zimbabwe pick AfDB Advisers for US$4bn Batoka plant

ZAMBIA and Zimbabwe have appointed the African Development Bank as lead financial advisers for the construction of the 2400-megawatt Batoka Gorge hydro-power project that’s expected to cost $4 billion, an official said. The two southern African nations face ...
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Clinton to score another GOP endorsement: Former senator John Warner of Virginia

Clinton to score another GOP endorsement: Former senator John Warner of Virginia

Hillary Clinton’s campaign said that retired Republican senator John Warner of Virginia will endorse Clinton, marking the first time he has endorsed a Democratic presidential candidate and adding to the list of high-powered GOP figures stepping away from...
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Are U.S. elections ‘rigged?’ Here’s how to help voters believe that they’re not.

Are U.S. elections ‘rigged?’ Here’s how to help voters believe that they’re not.

By R. Michael Alvarez, Lonna Rae Atkeson and Thad E. Hall A voter walks past a sign outside a polling station for the primaries in Cumberland, R.I., on April 26, 2016. (C J Gunther/European Pressphoto Agency) This August, the U.S. election...
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