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Mixing Business With Pleasure
Pope Francis will start a trip tomorrow to two fragile African nations often forgotten by the world, where protracted conflicts have left millions of refugees and displaced people grappling with hunger.
Only 11% of Tunisian voters turned out for the second round of parliamentary elections in what is being seen as a clear rejection of the controversial reforms of President Kais Saied.
The Free State Police Spokesperson Captain Stephen Thakeng says there has not been any progress in tracking down the relatives of one Mosotho man who died in hospital in Welkom some weeks ago.
The Mabote Police has embarked on a campaign to revive the Crime Prevention Committees under its supervision as they seem to have lost their drive for various reasons.
The eco-culture organization says the government should do more to fight the pollution of water resources. This after the mass death of fish in Maqalika dam last weekend.
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