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14Jan 2020
The Guardian

It’s late, probably close to midnight, but out here in the Tankwa Karoo, there are no watches....

14Jan 2020
The Guardian

WITH the sky outside a menacing red, Nerilie Abram’s family is staying inside, with the windows...

13Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

THE computer models which scientists use to project future shifts in climate have mainly been...

13Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

THE death rate of children within 24 hours of undergoing surgery is about 100 times higher in...

13Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

IN 2006, more than 400 children under the age of 5 died during an outbreak of diarrheal disease...

13Jan 2020
The Guardian

If perpetrators of corruption are not held accountable and they continue to act with impunity,...

11Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

In August 2018, then-Prime Minister Theresa May became the first British leader in five years to...

11Jan 2020
The Guardian

South Africa needs to seriously start thinking about shifting its energy focus. This is for two...

11Jan 2020
The Guardian

Al-Shabaab militants

Somali special forces backed by international partners killed 35 al-Shabaab extremists on...

11Jan 2020
The Guardian

Like his predecessors, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has been pushing a...

10Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

As the debates rage on as to whether the ANC’s 8 January speech will give us as a country a real...

10Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

Tensions between the United States and Iran escalated dramatically last week after US President...

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