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Who's bugging De Ruyter? | Eskom board appointed | Joburg decay | Burkina Faso coup | Brazil: Lula's startling comeback | 125 die in Indonesia crush | Banyana star's 9 seconds of fame | Bunny ciao

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Eskom CEO confirms he found a sophisticated bugging device in his car amid increasing political moves to have him removed. 'It makes a person wonder who did it and what their motive may be,' he says.

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For the first time since 2018, all 13 vacancies on the Eskom board have been filled. Of the 13, five have expertise in the fields of engineering, energy policy and electricity delivery.

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South Africa’s largest city is a world city, the home of jazz, art, politics and insurgent popular aspirations. But it is in precipitous decline, making now the time to act.

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It is alleged that clinic staff sent 15-year-old Zenizole Vena to the police station rather than treating her. 'We do agree that there is room for improvement...,' says health department spokesperson.

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News From Our Continent

Burkina Faso's junta leader Paul-Henri Sandaogo Damiba agreed to step down yesterday, two days after military officers announced he had been removed from power, religious and community leaders said.

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Hwange residents live in fear after state-run mining company’s failure to put out raging blazes. Coal fires have become a major issue - one blaze has been burning underground for 15 years.

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World News

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva appeared on the verge of a startling political comeback yesterday as more than 156 million Brazilians took part in the country’s most important election in decades.

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Police firing teargas after an Indonesian soccer match to stop violence led to a crush of fans making a panicked run for the exits, leaving 125 people dead, most of them trampled or suffocated.

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Bitcoin is less digital gold and more digital beef, says a study that suggests its climate impact is greater than gold mining and more like natural gas extraction or rearing cattle for meat.

Mother Jones
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Health News

SA has a huge quadruple burden of disease. To address this we need hands. Prof Yogeswaran argues we should maximise the untapped potential of clinical associates to beef up clinical health workforce.

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Sport

Banyana star Jermaine Seoposenwe made history in Mexico after scoring the fastest goal in the league's history. She joined FC Juarez last month and scored just 9 seconds into the match against Necaxa.

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And Then There's This ....

Lindt's famous bunny is celebrating a legal victory after Swiss court rules it deserves protection from copycat products. The ruling suggests Lidl could melt and reuse its offending rabbits

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