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Picking Up Stompies: Weekend Edition 25/07/2016
Posted by on Jul 25th, 2016


The JSE said on Sunday that a computer glitch caused it to claim foreigners had invested R98.1bn in SA over three months to July when they had actually divested R36.35bn [BD Live]

Convicted paedophile who sexually assaulted boys on the Cape Flats in the 1990s and is now tutoring children in Cape Town [iol]

Eskom has decided to stop signing new agreements with independent renewable power producers. Eskom CEO Brian Molefe says further independent renewable power production will be impractical and what he really needs is nuclear energy [Sunday Times]

EFF selling private land for just R15 says Midvaal mayor [eNCA]

Rio Olympics 2016: Russia not given blanket Games ban by IOC [BBC]

Afghanistan suicide bombing attack in Kabul kills at least 80 people and wounding more than 230 claimed by Islamic State [Reuters]

Munich attack: teenage gunman kills nine people at shopping centre [Guardian]

Third attack in Germany. Syrian man kills himself, injures 12, in ‘deliberate explosion’ in German town of Ansbach [Guardian]

Huge sections of the Great Barrier Reef suffers ‘Complete Ecosystem Collapse’ [Huffington Post]

Snow on the roads in KwaZulu-Natal. Motorists have been advised to avoid the N3 toll route as light snow flurries and sleet [News24]

Oscar Pistorius’ dad breaks silence. His father, Henke, believes his son should never have been convicted of murder [City Press]

Gupta-linked company set to score R800-million in Transnet IT solution tender deal [Mail & Guardian]

SA tourism seeing ‘spectacular recovery’.Tourism authorities have recorded a 20% increase in the first quarter of 2016 compared to the same period last year [iAfrica]

Chris Froome wins his 3rd Tour De France [BBC Sport]

Man with a chainsaw attacks DA motorcade in Durban [iol]

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