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Suspected Boko Haram militants killed close to 100 people in attacks on homes and mosques in a northeastern Nigerian village, witnesses said Thursday.
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The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) and chrome producer Samancor announced on Thursday that they had concluded a three-year wage agreement.
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Electricity generation fell by 3.5 percent year on year in May, while consumption fell by 2,7 percent over the same period, according figures from Statistics South Africa released on Thursday.
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Neighbourhood watches and community policing forums (CPFs) in the North West have teamed up in a bid to crack down on a “crowbar gang” operating in Hartbeespoort Dam near Brits, civil rights group AfriForum said on Thursday.
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Six children drowned in Nigeria's economic capital Lagos when the boat ferrying them to school capsized after colliding with a bigger vessel on the city's lagoon, the government said Thursday.