Podcast: Experts speak out on land reform

The decision to amend Article 25 of the South African Constitution – allow the expropriation of land without compensation – failed. In this weekend’s Farmer’s Inside Track episode, Annelize Crosby, Land and Legal Affairs Manager at Agri SA, takes a look at the issue. The proposed amendment failed at parliamentary …

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Latest Covid news LIVE: New record for Covid in UK as thousands queue in Dover ahead of France travel ban

L Long lines formed at the port of Dover on Friday as thousands of travelers attempted to make their way to France ahead of the country’s ban on British tourists, which goes into effect at 11 p.m. Many have advanced their Christmas travel plans to avoid the new restrictions, which …

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Customs Grant Suspicious Naira 79 Billion Import Waivers, Snub Auditor General

the Nigerian Customs Service in 2019, granted import duty exemptions worth 78.5 billion naira to local and foreign companies, including 14 foreign ministry staff, in violation of financial regulations, revealed the government’s audit report. The agency granted a waiver of 78.5 billion naira for businesses and 17.2 million naira for …

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Oil Prices Head To Weekly Loss On Omicron Coronavirus Uncertainty

Bryan Mound Strategic Petroleum Reserve, an oil storage facility, is seen in this aerial photograph over Freeport, Texas, USA, April 27, 2020. REUTERS / Adrees Latif / File Photo Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Brent down 1%, WTI down 1.1% at 05:30 GMT; set for …

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Former Olympian who received millions in PPP loans charged with Utah financial crimes

Former Olympian Allison Baver was charged on several counts related to a $ 10 million PPP loan she received in 2020. (KSL-TV) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – A former Olympic speed skater and current Utah resident is charged with lying to a bank about millions of …

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Letter to Superintendent Arntzen: Keep up the good fight

We are writing to rebut the unauthorized “no trust” letter recently sent to you by some rogue principals. These superintendents have spoken without permission from their local school boards or the parents and students they claim to serve. We remind you and the media that Superintendents are nothing more than …

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Boost for Thames Estuary as Freeport opens

Thames Freeport plans to create 21,000 jobs and boost the local economy by £ 2.5 billion, helping to level the country The Freeport will be a major player in the UK’s green energy revolution and will bring together industry with local schools, colleges and universities The opening comes just weeks …

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Data and technology will fuel the energy transition

World leaders are stepping up efforts for an energy transition that will rely more on renewable energy sources as we move closer to key climate commitments. Investment in the energy transition is well underway, with daily reports announcing new projects for wind, solar, hydrogen, batteries and other storage technologies, hydrogen, …

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Think twice before getting large student loans

Dec. 14, 2021 10:45 a.m. ET A protest in support of student debt cancellation outside the White House, June 15. Photo: Paul Morigi / Getty Images for We The 45 Million I shudder for the graduates and parents who have racked up six-figure government debt, heap interest rates above the …

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