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Monday - 27 November 2017 : Week 48
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20 : 00 : 12 Living Lights: Grid-Free Lamps to Illuminate Cities Using Plant Photosynthesis 5
Saturday - 25 November 2017 : Week 47
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15 : 51 : 09 One killed, toddler among injured in Ekurhuleni wall collapse 172
15 : 34 : 13 Global credit ratings agency has downgraded South Africa to junk status 233
15 : 26 : 08 Restoring confidence a top priority for South Africa's government 450
15 : 23 : 28 South Africa and Angola Establish Economic Relations 235
02 : 48 : 48 Smart Cities: Mastercard, Business Leaders Set to Transform Nigeria's Cities 493
02 : 45 : 55 Water Tanks Supplying Joburg Water Outage Areas Stolen 254
02 : 44 : 35 Eko Disco Announces Five-Week Power Outage in Lagos 365
02 : 42 : 29 Housing Minister follows up implementation of projects in New Administrative Capital 200
02 : 40 : 38 Shack Growth Overtakes Property Ownership in Namibia 362
02 : 37 : 46 Work On Bridge Over Maputo Bay in Danger of Halting 1,051
14 : 14 : 00 Exploring the impact of using AI in the built environment 60
Friday - 24 November 2017 : Week 47
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16 : 20 : 57 R12 million Flower Festival for Parys 208
16 : 18 : 46 Komape trial shows state at most callous, and other stories 283
16 : 17 : 02 Epileptic man left on floor for hours in Khayelitsha Hospital 234
16 : 09 : 13 Severe thunderstorms forecast for parts of South Africa 199
15 : 31 : 13 Base Plan. An inclusive planning tool for intermediary cities 163
12 : 02 : 54 Governing with the citizen: UCLG Committed to Transparency and Accountability 232
04 : 23 : 27 SADC Alliance calls for speedy elections in Zimbabwe 320
01 : 14 : 18 State offered a pauper’s burial for Michael Komape 128
01 : 06 : 19 Families evicted at Cape Town’s biggest social housing complex 348
20 : 00 : 19 Architects for Animals: 13 Designer Cat Houses Auctioned for Feline Charity = Contextual 54
04 : 00 : 52 Fancy a Pint? London’s Pubs & Landmarks Preserved as Tiny Cut-Out Drawings = Contextual 30
20 : 35 : 37 Plush or Polished: How Does Wood Flooring Measure Up Against Carpetting? = Contextual 45
20 : 14 : 56 Convenient Interior Design Tips For A More Comfortable Home = Contextual 30
20 : 00 : 49 3D Print the World: 12 Ways This Technology Will Soon Flourish in Cities = Contextual 13
Thursday - 23 November 2017 : Week 47
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16 : 22 : 25 Groundswell against nuclear in South Africa could put paid to a power deal 336
14 : 32 : 19 Terminal Operators Conference paves way for oceans economy investment 245
13 : 29 : 45 Will Mnangagwa usher in a new democracy? The view from Zimbabwe 1,085
13 : 25 : 00 Da'Realty revamps Sea Point shopping centre 495
12 : 14 : 09 Eskom and Minister Lynne Brown are captured - Outa 281
12 : 02 : 11 South African Energy minister insists on nuclear 288
12 : 00 : 59 Umlazi swamped by rubbish and sewage 160
11 : 59 : 37 Kraaifontein sports complex stripped by vandals 262
11 : 56 : 46 Rent instead of owning: Is it a better model for low-income housing? 313
10 : 07 : 00 Group Five sells a 50% interest in its steel pipe business 106
18 : 19 : 07 Zimbabweans must draw on years of democratic struggle to stop a repeat of Mugabe's militarism 1,103
17 : 23 : 32 After Mugabe, all eyes are on Museveni: how long can he cling to power? 124
17 : 05 : 23 Moving to cities has lifted over 300,000 South Africans out of poverty, even in difficult times 169
Wednesday - 22 November 2017 : Week 47
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14 : 17 : 49 How drones are being used in Zanzibar's fight against malaria 73
10 : 00 : 00 Entries open for biennial AfriSam-SAIA Award for Sustainable Architecture + Innovation 115
08 : 49 : 49 Jobs: Contract Surveyor / Building Contractor - Gauteng 150
08 : 45 : 37 Jobs: Site Agent - Gauteng Building Contractor 159
04 : 53 : 59 Limpopo education department a “quagmire” of maladministration 154
04 : 52 : 09 Robert Mugabe resigns 261
04 : 51 : 05 Butterworth’s R14-million public pool nears completion after nine years 144
04 : 49 : 27 Farm workers accuse police and farmers of working “hand in glove” 139
04 : 47 : 50 Human Rights Commission hears of abuses in remote towns 222
20 : 00 : 36 Darkroom Magic: How a Master Surrealist Shapes Scenes from Real Photos = Contextual 32
16 : 30 : 59 Kenya's reptile atlas: scientists bring referencing into the 21st century 313
16 : 30 : 08 Africa must keep its rich, valuable data safe from exploitation 112
16 : 29 : 51 What needs to be done to give Africa's smallholder farmers access to machinery 92
16 : 04 : 31 Zimbabwe beware: the military is looking after its own interests, not democracy 931