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  • 01:32 New South African Government Aims To Woo Back Chinese Visitors

    South African Government Aims To Woo Back Chinese Visitors

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    South Africa is keen to have more Chinese tourists visit. A sharp drop in tourist numbers from China has been attributed to strict new visa regulations from Pretoria - as well as xenophobic attacks and the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

  • 00:29 New Burundi’s Prominent Human Rights Activist Shot And Wounded

    Burundi’s Prominent Human Rights Activist Shot And Wounded

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    A prominent Burundi human rights activist has been shot and seriously wounded by gunmen on motorbikes. Pierre Claver Mbonimpa was attacked in the capital, Bujumbura. He was a stern critic of President Pierre Nkurunziza's controversial bid for a third term

  • 01:03 New Julius Malema Cleared Off Corruption Charges

    Julius Malema Cleared Off Corruption Charges

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    South African politician Julius Malema has been cleared off corruption charges. A judge made the decision on Tuesday with the ruling hailed as a major victory by the vocal critic of President Jacob Zuma.

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  • 02:11 New Egypt's New Suez Canal To Bring Economic Relief

    Egypt's New Suez Canal To Bring Economic Relief

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    Egypt's new Suez Canal is set to be inaugurated on August 6th. The army led work on the 8 billion dollars canal 12 months ago. It is next to the existing, 145-year-old waterway. The project is seen as a symbol of national pride and a major chance to stimu

  • 03:17 New 'Drop The Cigarette And Wait Until You Are 21': Uganda's New Law

    'Drop The Cigarette And Wait Until You Are 21': Uganda's New Law

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    Uganda has passed a bill that bans smoking in public places. The country's Parliament has also increased the minimum smoking age limit to 21 and restricted advertising of cigarettes. The new law aims to provide 100% smoke free environments as a way for di

  • 02:17 New Blind Football Team Hopes To Represent Egypt In Cameroon

    Blind Football Team Hopes To Represent Egypt In Cameroon

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    A blind football team in Egypt is hoping to get into the IBSA Blind Football African Championships. They are training hard to make sure they do. CCTV's Saddique Shaban reports

  • 02:16 New 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.

  • 02:03 New More Than 100 Top Dogs Compete In Kampala

    More Than 100 Top Dogs Compete In Kampala

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    More than a hundred of Uganda's top dogs have been put through their paces in the country's annual dog-show. And the winner is walking proof that size is not quite everything. CCTV's Leon Ssenyange reports.

  • 02:12 New Egyptian Investment Conference Helps Rebuild The Nation

    Egyptian Investment Conference Helps Rebuild The Nation

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    Egypt says more than half the initial investment agreements proposed at the economic development conference in March have now been signed. The conference aims to bring prosperity and improved social services to Egypt. After years of economic turmoil, Egyp

  • 02:43 New 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.

  • 02:07 New Why Is Zimbabwe Banning Second Hand Clothes?

    Why Is Zimbabwe Banning Second Hand Clothes?

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    Zimbabwean street vendors say a move to ban the importation of second hand clothes for re-sale could drive thousands of traders into poverty. With soaring national unemployment rates there are fears the ban, which comes into effect on September 1, will le

  • 01:47 New Book Fair Dwindles In Country Where 10 Children Share One Textbook

    Book Fair Dwindles In Country Where 10 Children Share One Textbook

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    The once world-renowned Zimbabwe International Book Fair wound up with a whimper on Saturday, with its only foreign exhibitor - the embassy of Iran - packing away many of its Islamic books and political brochures into cardboard boxes.. The three-day fair,

  • 04:42 New SAA Strengthens West African Hub

    SAA Strengthens West African Hub

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    South Africa and Ghana established formal diplomatic relations on 25 May 1994. But the two countries share a history going back to the struggle years and the fight against apartheid. To find out more about these relations, on her trip to Accra, Ghana, Lea

  • 52:49 Creating a trading powerhouse through the East3Route

    Creating a trading powerhouse through the East3Route

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    Seychelles hosted this year's East3Route Investment Seminar on Mahe Island with the focus on creating a trading powerhouse. Those participating in the discussion are Michael Benstrong, Minister for Investment, Entrepreneurship Development & Business I

  • 01:59 Chriselda Lewis Updates On EFF Night Vigil

    Chriselda Lewis Updates On EFF Night Vigil

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    Our reporter Chriselda Lewis joins us now from the Jack Botes Hall in Polokwane For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SABCNewsOnline?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SABCNewsOnline

  • 01:04 Amcu Rejects A Wage Offer Of Increases Of Up To 17%

    Amcu Rejects A Wage Offer Of Increases Of Up To 17%

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    To the Free State where members of labour union, Amcu have rejected a wage offer of increases of up to 17 percent. Amcu presented the offer to its members at a rally in Welkom today. Wage negotiations between unions and the Chamber of Mines started in Jun

  • 01:13 Adolphe Nshimirimana's Death Sees Burundi Thrown Into Turmoil

    Adolphe Nshimirimana's Death Sees Burundi Thrown Into Turmoil

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    Burundi is in turmoil again following the death of its former Intelligence Chief, General Adolphe Nshi-miri-mana. His convoy came under rocket fire attack in Kamenge, just outside the capital Bujumbura last night. Three of his bodyguards were also killed.

  • 03:53 Chriselda Lewis Updates On EFF's Night Vigil Ahead Of Malema's Court Appearance

    Chriselda Lewis Updates On EFF's Night Vigil Ahead Of Malema's Court Appearance

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    For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SABCNewsOnline?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SABCNewsOnline

  • 01:11 Phiyega Gets Backing From Provincial Commissioners

    Phiyega Gets Backing From Provincial Commissioners

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    The country's nine provincial police commissioners have come out strongly in support of National Commissioner Riah Phiyega. She faces a possible inquiry into her fitness to hold office, as recommended by the Farlam Commission. For more News visit: http://

  • 01:57 Night Vigil Held For Malema Ahead Of Corruption Trial

    Night Vigil Held For Malema Ahead Of Corruption Trial

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    EFF leader Julius Malema goes to court on Monday morning on charges of fraud and corruption. The case relates to a 52-million rand tender, back in 2009. The Limpopo Department of Roads and Transport awarded it to On Point Engineering, a company co - owned