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Iran supreme leader blames US, Israel for Mahsa Amini protests

At least 92 protesters have been killed so far in the Mahsa Amini rallies, said IHR, which has been working to assess the death toll despite internet outages.

Singapore proposes new law to tackle harmful online content

Regulators can also order platforms to block a specific account from being accessed by users in Singapore, but the orders will not apply to private communications.

‘It’s not upbeat’: UK’s Tory conference reels from U-turn

Activist nerves were on edge after Prime Minister Liz Truss and her finance minister, Kwasi Kwarteng, abruptly reversed course on their plan to slash taxes for Britain’s highest earners.

Soweto residents asked to help in finding Shirley Mtiyane killers

A Dube ward councilor has called on the Soweto community, south of Johannesburg, to help track down the killers of 67-year-old Shirley Mtiyane.

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Court dismisses Toto Investment Holdings’ application to halt SAA sale

The judge ordered that the main review application be placed under judicial case management until the matter is heard in January 2023.

South Africa needs a constitution that focuses on transformative justice: Judge Goosen

Angry Giyani residents bring businesses and major services to a standstill demanding water provision

Roads, businesses, and major services were brought to a standstill in and around Giyani in Limpopo following water shortage protests by residents on Monday.

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65% of young people in SA dealing with mental health problems did not seek help – Unicef

The month of October has been declared Mental Health Awareness Month with the objective of not only educating the public about mental health but also to reduce the stigma and discrimination that people with mental illness are often subjected to.

Mpumalanga education department sets up 133 centres across the province to assist the learners ahead of exams

The Mpumalanga Education Department is running a week-long programme of classes in preparation for the grade 12 examinations. This is the department’s final push to obtain better results for the province this year.

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Daily hack: How to use the Pomodoro Technique to help beat procrastination

According to the method’s founder, dividing up your time allows you to focus on one specific task to accomplish rather than on a whole goal.

Mpumalanga education probes case of sexual harassment involving learners and staff members at a Mbombela school

The Department of Education in Mpumalanga has instituted investigations linked to several cases of sexual harassment reported in one of the schools in Mbombela.

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How Cape Town International Airport’s jet fuel shortage hit airlines

Airlines have been running at a loss, having to carry enough jet fuel and sacrifice paying cargo as jet fuel shortage bites.