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Refugees are not migrants but people forced to flee their home countries

Mail Guardian South Africa 11 Jul 2024
Within this period, the asylum seeker must report to a refugee reception office to apply for recognition as a refugee in South Africa. There are only five such in the country, and these are located in Gqeberha, Pretoria, Musina, Durban and Cape Town.
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Protea Hotels by Marriott strengthens footprint with two new openings in South Africa

TravelDailyNews 10 Jul 2024
... in Pretoria, providing business and leisure travellers with easy access to diplomatic, government and corporate offices as well as shopping centres, entertainment destinations and sporting facilities.
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Ex-Steinhoff CFO released on R150k bail on fraud charges

Independent online (SA) 27 Jun 2024
Nicola Mawson. STEINHOFF’S former chief financial officer (CFO), Andries Benjamin le Grange, has been released on bail after appearing at the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on charges of fraud ... BUSINESS REPORT .
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Former Steinhoff CFO in court on fraud, racketeering, and corruption charges

Independent online (SA) 26 Jun 2024
Former Steinhoff Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Andries Benjamin le Grange, was arrested and appeared in the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on Wednesday, the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (known as the Hawks) said ... IOL .
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Three Limpopo police officers nabbed for fabricating charges and demanding R2,000 bribe

Independent online (SA) 25 Jun 2024
Three police officers ... “Clad in civilian attire, the officers falsely presented themselves as police officers from Pretoria, referencing the complainant's name and directing the family to contact him.
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South Africa’s Ramaphosa sworn in for second full term as president

The News International 20 Jun 2024
South Africa’s Cyril Ramaphosa (R) gestures takes the oath of office for his second term as South African President at the Union Buildings in Pretoria on June 19, 2024 ... PRETORIA ... in Pretoria.
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Xinhua photos of the day

Xinhua 20 Jun 2024
(Xinhua/Lian Yi). Cyril Ramaphosa (R) takes the oath of office as the nation's president at the swearing-in ceremony in Pretoria, South Africa, June 19, 2024 ... (Xinhua/Zhang Yudong) ... The family had to start their new life in a tent on debris ... .
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Cyril Ramaphosa takes oath of office for 2nd term as South African president

Sina 19 Jun 2024
Cyril Ramaphosa gestures on the day he takes the oath of office for his second term as South African President at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, South Africa, June 19 ... office within five days.
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South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa sworn in as President for 2nd term

Middle East Monitor 19 Jun 2024
Chief Justice, Raymond Zondo, administered the oath of office in a colourful ceremony attended by several heads of state and government in the capital, Pretoria.
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South Africa’s Cyril Ramaphosa sworn in as president for 2nd term

Anadolu Agency 19 Jun 2024
Chief Justice Raymond Zondo administered the oath of office in a colorful ceremony attended by several heads of state and government in the capital Pretoria ... the 71-year-old said in his oath of office.
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Ramaphosa kicks off his second term as president after inauguration ceremony

Independent online (SA) 19 Jun 2024
Union BuildingsThe South African president Cyril Ramaphosa officially began his second term in office Wednesday after an inauguration ceremony held at the Union Buildings in Pretoria ... He will be in office until at least 2029 ... IOL Politics .
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South Africa's President Ramaphosa sworn in for 2nd term

Anadolu Agency 19 Jun 2024
The country's Chief Justice Raymond Zondo administered the oath of office in a ceremony attended by several heads of state and government in the capital Pretoria.

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