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Tshwane derby headlines Absa Premiership return

SuperSport United leading goal scorer, Evans Rusike

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – A Tshwane derby featuring defending champions, Mamelodi Sundowns, and Supersport United is the highlight of the resumption of the South African Premiership this weekend. The two sides clash at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Sunday on the back of what has been disappointing campaigns by their standards, particularly […]

Lavishness dents Laurenco’s drive to rid Angola of luxury

Angola President João Lourenço

from PEDRO AGOSTO in Luanda, Angola LUANDA, (CAJ News) – AHEAD of his just-concluded trip to former colonial master Portugal, Angola President, Joao Laurenco, vehemently shot down assertions that he was wealthy. Since assuming leadership of the oil-rich Southern African country in 2017, he has portrayed himself as an opponent of opulence, backed by a […]

Zimbabwe is safe haven: South Africans

Shangaan women showcasing what they know most: Showcasing their cultural and traditional dance at a festival in Muhlanguleni, Chikombedzi, Chiredzi south, CAJ News Africa

from NTSAKO SHIVAMBU recently in Muhlanguleni, Zimbabwe CHIKOMBEDZI, (CAJ News) – The excitement of driving into Zimbabwe to witness the annual Cultural fair organized by Gaza Trust-Centre for Cultural Development Initiatives (CCDI) under the leadership of Hebert Phikela, the Head Master of Muhlanguleni high school and the founder of CCDI. South Africa generally has a […]

John Craig outlines regional expansion plans

John Craig Managing Director, Lily Moreira, photo by CAJ News

by MTHULISI SIBANDA in Pretoria PRETORIA, (CAJ News) – JOHN Craig, the South African-based retailer of men’s clothing, has unveiled ambitious plans to increase its presence and establish new markets in neigbouring countries. Company executives outlined the plans during an interview with CAJ News Africa as the retailer meanwhile opened two new stores in the […]

UN cops a blast ahead of climate talks

Lake Chad, photo by CAJ News Africa, Chad

from Special CAJ News Correspondent in Katowice, Poland KATOWICE, (CAJ News) – A SHRINKING lake, a growing coal program, snowstorms in the US and dithering in Canberra are just a few of the headaches for a United Nations summit on climate change, set to start on 3 December in the Polish town of Katowice. On […]

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