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Nelson Mandela, South Africa's first black president and one of the modern era’s most iconic political figures, was laid to rest on Sunday in...

The dying of Mandela

The death of Nelson Mandela shook the world. Why it did would probably have as many reasons as the stars in the sky. A...

Cameron admits target sailing out of view

Following the release of figures last week that reveal immigration in the year to June 2013 actually rose by 15,000 to 182,000, David Cameron...

Volvo Golf Championship tees off in SA

South Africa will be hosting the cream of European and local golf stars at the Volvo Championships. The championship which also has the advantage...

UK closing its ears to world music

Concert promoters are complaining that UK immigration is making it harder for international musicians to get visas to work in the UK, saying that...

Ministers to consider outlawing exclusivity on zero hours contracts

Companies could be banned from imposing exclusivity on zero hours contracts which offer no guarantee of work and stop employees from working for another...

Jega says no elections in troubled states

The Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Professor Attahiru Jega, has insisted that the electoral body will not be able to conduct...

NAF produces unmanned aerial vehicles

The Nigeria Airforce made the nation proud, and indeed the Nigeria Armed Forces, when President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday unveiled a Surveillance Unmanned Aerial...

PENGASSAN gives notice of Industrial Action

For some reason, every year towards the festive season end of year, something always happens to orchestrate the possibility of fuel strike actions. It...

Health workers have one week to join tax campaign

Workers in the health and wellbeing professions who have taxable income that they have not told HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) about have one...

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