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SA miners face dismissal deadline E-mail

A deadline is approaching for striking workers at the South African mine where police shot dead 34 miners on Thursday to go back to work or face dismissal. A statement from mine owner Lonmin said 3,000 workers were striking illegally and must report to work on Monday.

Last Updated on Monday, 20 August 2012 10:36
Has an African country ever hosted the Olympics? E-mail

After Brazil hosts the Olympics in 2016 what continent will have the distinction of never having hosted the Games? Here’s a hint, historically its distance running success in the Olympics is unparalleled and it has the first double amputee to reach the semifinals. Give up? The continent is Africa and the double amputee is South Africa’s Oscar Pistorius.

Ghana: Motherhood is celebrated here E-mail

I am usually greeted with surprise when I tell people in the United Kingdom that I have moved to Ghana with my one-year-old baby. They tend to question why I would want to raise a child in the capital, Accra. They seem to imagine that, as a West African metropolis, it must be poor, hot and polluted. It is, but it is also well connected, safe, breezy, coastal and filled with children and trees, which makes it a lovely place to work and raise a family.

How Africans really feel about the Chinese E-mail

A study of attitudes towards Chinese migrants in Africa has shown varying degrees of acceptance

Black Star Liner - Fred Locks recalls tribute to Garvey E-mail

Some songs become signature pieces for certain artistes and they cannot take a stage without performing them. What would a Marley concert be without No Woman No Cry or a Rolling Stones show minus Satisfaction?

China eyes African Barrick Gold stake E-mail

China's state-owned miner, China National Gold, has held preliminary talks to buy a stake in African Barrick Gold (ABG), one of Africa's largest gold miners.

Lonmin crashes as South African death toll hits 45 E-mail

Shares in FTSE 250 mining firm Lonmin have continued to fall today after the violence at its South African mine escalated.

Julian Assange: Ecuador asylum decision criticised E-mail

The UK and Sweden have criticised Ecuador for granting political asylum to Julian Assange as the diplomatic row over what to do with him intensifies.

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