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  • 02:43 Reshaping Johannesburg's City

    Reshaping Johannesburg's City

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    South Africa's financial hub, Johannesburg is undergoing a multi-million dollar urban regeneration. Julie Scheier tells us more about how the public and private sector and the local community are rebuilding the city.

  • 02:16 African Designers Showcase Cutting-edge Collections

    African Designers Showcase Cutting-edge Collections

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    The Mercedes Benz Cape Town Fashion Week has just finished in the Mother City and as usual, it was a feast for the senses. CCTV's Susan Mwongeli reports.

  • 02:06 'Hippo Roller' Gadget Providing Access To Clean Water

    'Hippo Roller' Gadget Providing Access To Clean Water

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    Every day, many people across the continent spend hours carrying water around. Back-breaking work that seems never-ending. One design from South Africa though has made a huge difference - not just in Africa, but on other continents too. CCTV's Julie Schei

  • 06:31 South Africa Economy Expected To Improve Slightly In 2017

    South Africa Economy Expected To Improve Slightly In 2017

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    South Africa economy is expected to improve slightly in 2017, but it certainly will be another tough year. South Africa remains at risk of losing its credit ratings status, that will make the cost of debt higher, but plans are in place to turn the economy

  • 01:18 KPMG: Audit Firms In-depth Analysis Bolsters Financial Reporting

    KPMG: Audit Firms In-depth Analysis Bolsters Financial Reporting

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    Audit firms in the South African mining industry have now been put under the microscope when preparing financial statements. In an industry characterized by uncertainty, price volatility and demands to cut costs, this new push for extensive analysis comes

  • 02:30 Mobile App Makes Hearing Tests Easy And Affordable

    Mobile App Makes Hearing Tests Easy And Affordable

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    In South Africa, a team of audiologists has developed a mobile health app that makes hearing tests easy and affordable. HearScreen is already being used at a school in a disadvantaged area outside Pretoria. Julie Scheier reports.

  • 01:52 Opposition Condemns Zuma's Deployment Of Troops In Parliament

    Opposition Condemns Zuma's Deployment Of Troops In Parliament

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    South Africa opposition parties have condemned the deployment of troops in Parliament ahead of the president's State of the Nation address. President Jacob Zuma has ordered 400 members of the South African Defence Force to join his security team later tod

  • 03:28 South African Urges People Not To Hide Their Scars, Blemishes

    South African Urges People Not To Hide Their Scars, Blemishes

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    A unique initiative in South Africa is helping thousands of people embrace their physical flaws. Rock Scars creates awareness about unsightly skin conditions. It also encourages participants to celebrate their scars and imperfections helping to build self

  • 03:19 Zuma Reiterates South Africans Are Not Xenophobic

    Zuma Reiterates South Africans Are Not Xenophobic

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    South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has reiterated that South Africans are NOT xenophobic. This is despite the continuing tensions between foreigners and locals that led to an outbreak of violence during last Friday's anti-immigration march. Zuma says Sou

  • 02:19 Enjoy Thrills Of Joburg Through 'The Jump City Challenge'

    Enjoy Thrills Of Joburg Through 'The Jump City Challenge'

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    Designed and built to push the limits of what you dreamed possible `The Jump City Challenge` takes participants on a 10km adrenaline pumping adventure through, over and around Johannesburg's favourite landmarks. CGTN´s Julie Scheier faced the challenge. T

  • 05:13 No Clarity On Whether South African Finance Minister Has Been Fired

    No Clarity On Whether South African Finance Minister Has Been Fired

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    There's still not word from the country's presidency on the fate of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. There's also still no work on why President Jacob Zuma recalled him from an investor roadshow in the UK. The Finance Minister landed on Tuesday in South A

  • 03:09 South Africa's Academy Hopes To Produce Another F1 Champion

    South Africa's Academy Hopes To Produce Another F1 Champion

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    Over the years, South African motor racing has produced many talented drivers. One of the best is former world champion Jody Scheckter. But since his 1973 victory, South Africa has failed to produce another top Formula 1 driver. And it's something the Squ

  • 02:14 Zimbabweans Returning From South Africa Face  Challenges

    Zimbabweans Returning From South Africa Face Challenges

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    Zimbabweans in South Africa are still celebrating Robert Mugabe's resignation. Many have started already planning their return home. However they're being advised to be aware of the challenges that lie ahead. CGTN's Sumitra Nydoo reports

  • 04:02 South African Sculptor Inspired By Ancient Greek Philosophers

    South African Sculptor Inspired By Ancient Greek Philosophers

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    A South African sculptor is making a name for himself, not only in South Africa, but beyond. And his work is inspired by the philosophers of ancient Greece. CGTN's Yolisa Njamela has that story.

  • 00:11 Xenophobic Attack In Downtown Johannesburg * Warning graphic violence!

    Xenophobic Attack In Downtown Johannesburg * Warning graphic violence!

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    A taxi driver attacks an Ethiopian national in Delvers Street in Central Johannesburg as tensions around rumoured xenophobic attacks mount. Amid fears of xenophobic violence breaking out in the city centre following bloodshed in KwaZulu-Natal, foreign sho

  • 01:49 Zuma Says 13 South African Soldiers Killed In Fighting In Central African Republic

    Zuma Says 13 South African Soldiers Killed In Fighting In Central African Republic

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    South Africa's president said on Monday that 13 South African soldiers were killed and 27 were wounded in fighting in the Central African Republic. President Jacob Zuma also said that one soldier is missing. "We have confirmed that 13 of our brave soldier

  • 00:51 KZN Science Centre Stages Public Exhibitions

    KZN Science Centre Stages Public Exhibitions

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    Ever wondered how to power light-bulbs with potatoes, or to make a homemade volcano? Or even create fire using water? The KwaZulu-Natal Science Centre in association with the Department of Science and Technology is staging public exhibitions of basic scie

  • 01:36 Dogs, Chip And Curly Adopted At 15

    Dogs, Chip And Curly Adopted At 15

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    Most of us plan for our retirement. But two Port Elizabeth dogs who had spent 15 years in a dog shelter had all but given up hope of having a loving home to call their own. Adopted at the ripe old age of 15, brothers Chip and Curly have found their place

  • 04:15 Sexwale May Run For FIFA Presidency

    Sexwale May Run For FIFA Presidency

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    South African businessman and former political prisoner Tokyo Sexwale is considering running for president of world football's scandal-hit governing body FIFA after he was approached to stand for election. Peter Paul Ngwenya, explains that Sexwale is cons

  • 05:06 Operation Smile South Africa In Malawi

    Operation Smile South Africa In Malawi

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    Operation Smile South Africa is in Malawi on a mega mission to perform free facial reconstructive surgery on children. The mission follows their succesful trip, in the Democratic Republic of Congo where they performed 250 cleft lip and cleft palate surger

  • 03:35 South Africa's New Visa Rules Being Reviewed After 2 Months

    South Africa's New Visa Rules Being Reviewed After 2 Months

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    South Africa's new visa rules are being reviewed just two months after being implemented. The new regulations, spearheaded by the Department of Home Affairs are aimed at reducing child trafficking and illegal migration but the rules have become cumbersome

  • 02:49 The Commercial Demise Of The Pistorius Brand

    The Commercial Demise Of The Pistorius Brand

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    Oscar Pistorius was once the darling of South African sport, the Paralympian epitomized hope for many in the country and defied the odds by becoming the first double amputee athlete to compete in the Olympic Games, but his status as International hero and

  • 04:03 US Warns Of A Possible Terror Attack In South Africa

    US Warns Of A Possible Terror Attack In South Africa

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    There has been an unprecedented development in South Africa, where the United States has warned it's citizens of a possible attack by extremists targeting U.S. facilities or interests. For more on this we were joined by Na'eem Jeenah the Executive directo

  • 02:37 South Africa's Open Street Parking

    South Africa's Open Street Parking

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    Creative South Africans give complete makeovers to parking bays in Cape town, using them as parks for relaxing and having fun. This global initiative started 10 years ago and was meant to shape debate on how public spaces like parking bays can be more cre

  • 03:08 South Africa's Economic Hub Goes Car Free

    South Africa's Economic Hub Goes Car Free

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    South Africa's financial district will transform into a car free zone this month, as local authorities give priority to tackling environmental and congestion concerns. As Sumitra Nydoo reports, over 150 000 people enter the Sandton CBD every day, leading

  • 02:45 South Africa Government Seeks To Provide Decent Houses To All

    South Africa Government Seeks To Provide Decent Houses To All

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    South African Government says it's confident that it is living up to the Freedom Charter's promise that a democratic, ANC-led government would provide shelter, security and comfort for its people.

  • 02:01 Shipping Containers Re-purposed Into Health Clinics In South Africa

    Shipping Containers Re-purposed Into Health Clinics In South Africa

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    Once were cast-off shipping containers - re-purposed, repainted and kitted out as a full-on community clinic - one owned by a local community nurse.

  • 02:26 ANC To Decide On Keeping President Zuma As Its Leader

    ANC To Decide On Keeping President Zuma As Its Leader

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    South Africa's president Jacob Zuma has dismissed talk that he'll stay on as leader of the ruling party when his term expires. He's been in charge of the African National Congress since late 2007. And some party officials reportedly want him to stay on ev

  • 02:44 South Africa Drought: Community Initiative Helps Provide Grass To Farmers

    South Africa Drought: Community Initiative Helps Provide Grass To Farmers

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    South Africa also continues to experience its worst drought in three decades. Farmers are struggling to provide proper feed and water for cattle and other farm animals, resulting in the death of many. But there is one organisation trying to change that. C

  • 03:29 Martial Art Gaining Popularity In South Africa For Health Benefits

    Martial Art Gaining Popularity In South Africa For Health Benefits

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    The World Tai Chi and Qigon Day was marked this past weekend. Thousands around the world celebrated the ancient martial art. And in South Africa, the celebrations were all about promoting a healthier lifestyle. CCTV's Julie Scheier has more.

  • 01:55 Boxing Lovers In South Africa Mourn Muhammad Ali

    Boxing Lovers In South Africa Mourn Muhammad Ali

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    The world is in mourning after the death of boxing great Muhammad Ali, the 74-year-old regarded as the greatest of all time will be laid to rest on Friday in his home town of Louisville, Ali touched the lives of millions including former South African Pre

  • 00:35 Bail Hearing For South African Terror Suspects Postponed

    Bail Hearing For South African Terror Suspects Postponed

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    A Johannesburg Court has postponed a formal bail application hearing against the Thulse twins. This follows the sudden quitting of their legal team. The State prosecution informed the court of the departure of their lawyer. Annamart Nieman has been appoin

  • 01:52 Investigations Into South Africa Finance Minister Worries Investors

    Investigations Into South Africa Finance Minister Worries Investors

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    In South Africa, economists will also be closely watching developments relating to the finance minister. Detectives want to question Praveen Gordin about a rogue unit set up at the tax authority during his tenure. Angelo Coppola has more

  • 02:31 Teenager On A Mission To Educate Her Peers On Their Rights

    Teenager On A Mission To Educate Her Peers On Their Rights

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    South Africa is one of the countries assessed by the United Nations Committee on the rights of the child. Young people in South Africa face many challenges, among them poverty, abuse and gang-related violence. However, one teenager from an impoverished ne

  • 02:05 CAF Champions League Winners Now Eye Club World Cup

    CAF Champions League Winners Now Eye Club World Cup

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    The first South African football club to represent the continent at the FIFA Club World Cup in December will be keenly watched. After conquering Africa, Mamelodi Sundowns believe they can favourably compete in Japan, as Sias du Plessis now reports.

  • 02:19 South African Residents Could Face Water Restrictions

    South African Residents Could Face Water Restrictions

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    Africa's the continent worst affected by climate change. It also has the least emissions of any other continent, but it's been bearing the brunt of shifting weather patterns. The continent is also facing its worst El-Nino weather phenomenon in decades. In

  • 02:42 Africacom Conference In South Africa Highlights The Age Of 5G Connectivity And Lower Prices

    Africacom Conference In South Africa Highlights The Age Of 5G Connectivity And Lower Prices

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    The age of more affordable content and 5G connectivity is on the horizon. That's according to stakeholders attending the Africa-com conference in Cape Town. The event is an opportunity for industry players to chart the way forward for growing the continen

  • 02:00 Black Friday: Shopping Frenzy In S. Africa As Stores Drop Prices

    Black Friday: Shopping Frenzy In S. Africa As Stores Drop Prices

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    Black Friday ushered in a shopping frenzy in South Africa. Most retailers dropped their prices and consumers rushed in - literally. There were reports of chaos in some stores and stampedes in the shopping malls. Black Friday is based on the day after than

  • 02:38 Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka Decries Growth Of Anti-humanism At Institutions

    Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka Decries Growth Of Anti-humanism At Institutions

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    Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka has spoken out against universities, saying they're no longer sanctuaries of learning. Soyinka says there is an anti-humanism trend running through universities across the world. Soyinka was delivering a keynote speech at the B

  • 01:47 MK Suggestions Get Stamp Of Approval From Zuma

    MK Suggestions Get Stamp Of Approval From Zuma

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    JOHANNESBURG, 19 December 2016 - The Umkhonto WeSizwe Military Veterans Council is calling for a change in the ANC’s constitution. The organisation has decided on a number of resolutions they believe can save the ANC.

  • 02:16 Mark Scott-Crossley To Appear In Court For Alleged Racist Attack

    Mark Scott-Crossley To Appear In Court For Alleged Racist Attack

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    JOHANNESBURG, 21 January 2017 - The bail application of Mark Scott-Crossley has been postponed to Friday next week. He handed himself over to Pretoria police earlier this week, after being on the run for a month. He is facing charges of attempted murder a

  • 02:22 South African Artist Uses Table Salt To Create Unique Images

    South African Artist Uses Table Salt To Create Unique Images

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    Table salt is used for various things from a condiment to a preservative. One South African artist has however discovered yet another use for this everyday item. He's using salt to create some unique pieces of art. Susan Mwongeli reports.

  • 02:39 South Africa Eyes A Spot In The Snail Supply Chain

    South Africa Eyes A Spot In The Snail Supply Chain

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    South Africa is aiming to become a producer of snails. Although snail breeders are few and far between, the high demand for this 'slow' food suggests there may be a future for the South African market. CGTN's Julie Scheier has more

  • 02:39 Nelson Mandela Centenary Programme Launched Its Focus Is On Children

    Nelson Mandela Centenary Programme Launched Its Focus Is On Children

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    Next year would have been Nelson Mandela's 100th birthday and preparations are already under way to mark the occasion. The Nelson Mandela Foundation says not only South Africans, but also the continent and the world at large can join in the celebrations.

  • 01:19 South Africa Foreign Affairs Minister Holds Talks With 30 African Ambassadors

    South Africa Foreign Affairs Minister Holds Talks With 30 African Ambassadors

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    South Africa government has been trying to quell tensions between citizens and foreigners, following the recent spate of xenophobic attacks. Home Affairs Minister Melusi Gigaba convened a meeting with 30 African ambassadors on Friday. Gigaba told the amba

  • 02:17 Officials Scratch Heads After Airport Robbery

    Officials Scratch Heads After Airport Robbery

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    JOHANNESBURG, 10 March 2017 - Officials are scratching their heads after another heist at OR Tambo International Airport. Tuesday’s robbery is not the first of its kind. In fact, thieves stole R100-million back in 2006.

  • 02:37 Researchers Counting Cost Of Drought On Wildlife At Kruger National Park

    Researchers Counting Cost Of Drought On Wildlife At Kruger National Park

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    South African researchers and scientists at the Kruger National Parks are still counting the cost of the harsh drought in the park last year. They say the drought had both good and bad effects on the animal and plant species. Kruger has survived drought b

  • 01:40 New Energy Source Unveiled At WEF

    New Energy Source Unveiled At WEF

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    A new energy resource has been unveiled at the World Economic Forum for Africa in Durban, South Africa. Its will significantly reduce the time on research and cost of visiting countries to understand energy requirements and investment opportunities. The E

  • 02:26 Health Authorities Say No Need For South Africans To Worry Over Plague

    Health Authorities Say No Need For South Africans To Worry Over Plague

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    South Africa is one of the countries on the WHO's watchlist. Authorities there have cautioned citizens travelling to Madagascar to take precautions. CGTN's Yolisa Njamela reports.

  • 00:35 Two People Stabbed To Death In Second South Africa Mosque Attack

    Two People Stabbed To Death In Second South Africa Mosque Attack

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    Two people have been stabbed to death at a mosque in South Africa's Western Cape, about 60 kilometres from Cape Town. Authorities say the attacker was a man in his thirties, who ignored calls to surrender. He was shot and killed in the process.This is the