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The Eurozone crisis has become a buzzword, but most people are oblivious as to how this will affect them personally. The crisis was sparked by Greece's inability to meet its borrowing obligations, very similar to a situation where you are unable to pay your bank loan due to a job loss or cut in salary. Because of this, many banks who were lenders to Greece are experiencing a cash crunch.

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R11 wrap: Pocock steers Brumbies clear
Herald Sun - 3 Hours ago
Video Image Chris Hala'ufia slams streaker into turf 0:22 Play video Rugby Union: London Welsh's Chris Hala'ufia has slammed a streaker straight into the turf in his side's 38-17 loss to Leicester.
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South Africa decries Nigerian removal of ambassadors amid xenophobic attacks
UPI - 4 Hours ago
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, April 26 (UPI) -- South Africa has condemned Nigeria's decision to pull senior ambassadors from the country amid a growing wave of xenophobic attacks on foreigners and foreign-owned
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Monument to South Africa's 'Hottentot Venus' targeted by anti-colonial vandals
South China Morning Post - 5 Hours ago
Vandals in South Africa have targeted a monument to Saartjie Baartman, Africa's "Hottentot Venus" who was paraded in 19th-century Europe like a circus freak. The incident in Hankey, in rural Eastern
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South Africa, Nigeria trade barbs over attacks on migrants
Japan Today - 5 Hours ago
The South African government reacted angrily Sunday to Nigeria’s decision to recall its ambassador from Pretoria over a wave of mob attacks on African migrants that killed at least seven people. “We
Nigeria provokes South Africa’s anger after envoys recall PM News Nigeria
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Tanzania's liberation icon Hashim Mbita dies at 74
Finland Times - 5 Hours ago
Hashim Mbita, a Tanzanian army general and the icon of the southern Africa liberation struggle died at the age of 74 on Sunday after a long illness.      The East African nation's State House in
XINHUA - Tanzania's liberation icon Hashim Mbita dies at 74 Namibia Press Agency
Tanzanias liberation icon Hashim Mbita dies at 74 Big News Network
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CSR : ?Xinhua News Agency? A National Image on the Rail
4 Traders - 5 Hours ago
Xinhua News Agency: A National Image on the Rail Ten days ago, CSR Zhuzhou Electric Locomotive Corporation Limited (hereinafter referred to as ZELCL)
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The economics of ‘Afrophobia’ in South Africa
Business Daily Africa - 5 Hours ago
Over the past few weeks, Africans have been victims of what can only be termed brutal and bestial attacks at the hand of some black South Africans. The affected were black Africans making many on the
WERE: The economics of ‘Afrophobia’ in South Africa Business Daily Africa
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Apartheid system to blame for economic woes
Business Daily Africa - 5 Hours ago
Sometimes I get the feeling that there is something inherently wrong with some societies in the world. How do you explain of a continuous pattern of subjugation over the years from others and a lot
IKUNDA: Apartheid system to blame for economic woes Business Daily Africa
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Alistair Brownlee marks return from ankle injury with World Triathlon Series win
Big News Network - 5 Hours ago
Inside the Games Sunday 26th April, 2015 Great Britain's Alistair Brownlee marked his return to the International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Triathlon Series with victory in Cape Town, South Africa.
Alistair Brownlee wins with sprint finish despite tripping over in Britons World Big News Network
Alistair Brownlee takes 18th World Triathlon Series title HubSA.co.za
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Even with Xenophobia Malawi needs South Africa for political and economic growth
Nyasa Times - 3 Hours ago
The recent South Africa’ xenophobia and afrophobia have left us, Malawians, heartbroken and angry. Many have expressed their disappointment through the social network and other media platforms, while
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SA engineer sparks international interest
ENCA - 3 Hours ago
PRETORIA - An engineer from Pretoria is one of four finalists for a prestigious International award. The Africa Prize for Engineering recognises innovation in the sector. Ernst Pretorius is the
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Our Pains, Tears, Fear In South Africa – Nigerian Immigrants
Leadership - 3 Hours ago
Nigerians who travelled to South Africa in search of greener pastures are biting their fingers after the xenophobic attacks began in that country about two weeks ago. The lucky Nigerians who have not
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South Africa Prepares to Host International SME Conference
BruDirect - 3 Hours ago
South Africa, Apr 26: South Africa's Cape Town city is set to host the International Network for Small and Medium Enterprises (INSME) Annual Meeting and Forum, which will be hosted in Africa for the first
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Tweeting from trains: bloggers ride the Rovos Rail
South African Tourism - 3 Hours ago
by Rovos Rail has billed itself as the ‘most luxurious train in the world’. A group of writers and bloggers from across South Africa put the claim to the test on a trip from Pretoria to Cape Town recently.
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10 places to visit on Freedom Day
South African Tourism - 3 Hours ago
Image courtesy of the Madiba's Journey app On this day 21 years ago, an elderly man beamed as he pushed a ballot into a box at high school in Inanda, in KwaZulu-Natal. It was the first vote Nelson Mandela
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Chaponda visits Malawi xenophobia victims in South Africa: ‘Skills for work courses
Nyasa Times - 3 Hours ago
Malawi’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Dr. George Chaponda on Sunday, 26 April, 2015 visited some Malawian nationals who have been affected by the recent xenophobia attacks
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Commentary: What a big shame! South Africa evolves from apartheid to xenophobia
Caribbean News Now! - 3 Hours ago
By Hudson George As a people of African origin living in the Diaspora, we do not know a lot about Africa. And due to the lack of knowledge about the motherland, some of us tend to talk and write a lot
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Black market opening up for generators - SAPS
ENCA - 3 Hours ago
JOHANNESBURG - In what seems to be a new trend, criminals in Pretoria are taking advantage of load-shedding - and stealing generators. Two suspects have now been nabbed for targeting businesses in
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Godolphin’s African Story and Prince Bishop retired
The Gulf Today - 3 Hours ago
Dubai: African Story and Prince Bishop, winners of the last two Dubai World Cups, have both been retired and are to spend their future days actively occupied in a Godolphin yard, albeit at a low-key level.
Two Dubai World Cup winners go into retirement Emirates247
Retirment of two Dubai World Cup winners Gulf Time UAE
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SA government slams Nigeria for recalling ambassadors
Ghana Broadcasting Corporation - 4 Hours ago
at 1:24am South Africa has slammed Nigeria for recalling its ambassadors from the country following the recent spate of xenophobic attacks which left at least seven people dead. A statement from Nigeria's
South Africa slams Nigeria over envoy recall Bulawayo24 News
News24.com | SA government slams Nigeria for recalling ambassadors News24
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Springboks pick 19 uncapped players for camps
The Gulf Today - 3 Hours ago
Johannesburg: South Africa coach Heyneke Meyer has included 19 uncapped players for two 2015 Rugby World Cup training camps during May and June. Western Stormers full-back Cheslin Kolbe and tighthead
Springboks pick 19 uncapped players for camps Business Recorder
Rugby Union - Springboks pick 19 uncapped players for camps Yahoo! Finance
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NAM News Network - 4 Hours ago
HARARE, April 27 (NNN-SABC) -- The Southern African Development Community (SADC) summit in Harare this week will likely tackle the xenophobic attacks in South Africa, a government official here says.
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South Africa: United Front condemns union leader expulsion
Green Left Weekly - 4 Hours ago
The United Front is a new organisation in South Africa initiated by the National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa (NUMSA) that held its first People's Assembly in December under the slogan “Kwanele
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Swaziland: Ticking time bomb as protests launched
Green Left Weekly - 4 Hours ago
South Africa's ANC President Jacob Zuma with Swaziland ruler Mswati III. The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), campaigning groups and labour-supporting members of the European parliament
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Committed to good relations with Nigeria, says S Africa
Qatar Tribune - 4 Hours ago
Reuters JOHANNESBURG South Africa remains committed to maintaining friendly relations with Nigeria after Abuja recalled its ambassador to Pretoria in the wake of attacks on immigrants, the department
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