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South Africa 22 July 2013

Johannesburg, July 22 – The ANC has another plan in store for the South African economy. Following its three-day NEC meeting at the weekend, the ruling party is proposing that the president appoint a special economic task team.

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Africa 22 July 2013

Egypt, July 22 – The army in Sinai has closed off all roads in and out of the region in an attempt to crack down on militants. That's amid a fresh wave of violence. Overnight, gunmen attacked security forces at several locations.

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South Africa 22 July 2013

Johannesburg, July 22 – A local children’s choir will compete at the Choir Olympics next year. The Magaliesberg children’s choir wowed audiences at a prestigious international contest in Germany recently, winning gold and silver.

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Africa 22 July 2013

Zimbabwe, July 22 –President Robert Mugabe's land reform programme has been blamed for the country's economic collapse. But the president hailed it as a success. And it's once again a key election strategy for his ZANU-PF party.

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South Africa 22 July 2013

July 22 – Indian police have filed charges against bookmakers involved in the Hansie Cronje cricket match-fixing saga, a full 13 years after news of the scandal first broke.

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South Africa 22 July 2013

Johannesburg, July 22 – The Marikana inquiry has been postponed to Thursday. This has been done to allow lawyers of the arrested and injured miners to find the funding they need to continue.

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World 22 July 2013

Ohio, July 22 – US police are searching for more possible victims of a suspected serial killer in Ohio. Three women's bodies, wrapped in plastic, have already been found in a run-down neighbourhood in Cleveland.

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World 22 July 2013

London, July 22 – eNCA’s UK Correspondent, Natalie Powell with the latest update on the royal baby watch.

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South Africa 20 July 2013

Johannesburg, July 20 – South Africa’s roads have claimed the life of another high profile public servant. Gauteng Economic Development MEC Nkosiphendule Kolisile has died in a car accident. His driver and a bodyguard were also killed in the crash.

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South Africa 20 July 2013

Durban, July 20 – The banning of a South African film has cast a pall on the Durban International film festival. The Film and Publication Board says locally-produced "Of Good Report" contains child pornography, and cannot be screened.