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How to Start a Successful Farming Journey

Some us grew up in the countryside where going to the farm to tender for the crops was part of a routine. We never did it as a way of becoming success

Nigeria doubles minimum wage for Government workers after strikes

Public sector workers in Nigeria on the minimum wage will see their salaries double after the government reached an agreement on Thursday with labour

ITWeb TV: The tricky balancing act of regulating AI

ITWeb interviews AI expert Johan Steyn, to get his take on the need for AI regulation and where SA is on this journey.

EOH appoints Ashona Kooblall as CFO

The company appoints Ashona Kooblall as executive director and group chief financial officer of EOH, with effect from 22 July.

Capitec restores banking services after Crowdstrike outage

The bank says its tech team has worked quickly to resolve the problem and all banking has now been fully restored.

UJ intros virtual reality courtroom for law students

The University of Johannesburg integrates virtual reality to help law students brush up on legal analysis and court representation skills.
Arts & Culture

Cairo Calling for Emerging Performing Artists from Egypt, the Arab World, and the UK (Egypt)

Jiser: Creative Residencies for Young Visual Artists 2024–2025 (Spain, Tunisia, Algeria)

Fluid Boundaries International Residency Programme 2025 (South Africa, Brazil, Switzerland, Online)

Cassava Republic: African Women’s Editorial Workshop 2024 (South Africa)

Cultural Relations Platform: Global Cultural Relations Programme (Morocco)

Lessons from Connecting South: The Journey of the South-South Arts Fellowships 2022-23

Wits Innovation Centre: Postdoctoral Fellowship with the Johannesburg Lightning Research Laboratory (South Africa)

Indian Ocean Commission: Support for Cultural Events (Union of Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles and Mozambique)

Indian Ocean Commission: AléVini Regional Mobility Assistance Fund (Union of Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles and Mozambique)

CONTESTED DESIRES Constructive Dialogues: Visual Artists for Residency, Exhibition and Knowledge Exchange Programme 2024–2026

Zeitz MOCAA / University of the Western Cape: 2025 Fellowship for African Museum Professionals (South Africa)

Summer Sessions Art and Technology Residencies 2024

Prince Claus Fund / Creative Industries Fund NL: Building Beyond Mentorship 2025 for Artists in Africa

European Commission: Support to Cultural Actors Addressing Global Issues in the MENA Region

Ezzat Ezzat Contemporary Dance Studio: Contemporary Dance Night Residency Programme 2024 (Egypt)

Ezzat Ezzat Contemorary Dance Studio: Contemporary Dance Night Residency Programme 2024 (Egypt)

Emptyroom: Nature Artist Residency for Artists from Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique and São Tomé and Príncipe (Mozambique)

MAISHA: Call for Dancers, Choreographers and an Artistic Director from Africa and Europe (Ethiopia)

EU West Africa: Arts Fusion Residency & Expo 2024 (Ghana)

House On Fire: CollaboNation 2024 for Collaborations between Musicians in Africa (Eswatini)

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Environment & Climate
South Africa: Water Woes Escalate Amidst Damning Report – South African News Briefs – April 2, 2024

South Africa: Water Woes Escalate Amidst Damning Report – South African News Briefs – April 2, 2024

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Liberia: Mudslide Death Toll Reaches 11 As Survivors Left Without Financial Assistance, Struggle to Cater to Mediation and Needs

Liberia: Mudslide Death Toll Reaches 11 As Survivors Left Without Financial Assistance, Struggle to Cater to Mediation and Needs

Chio Town -- Aaron Harris, an injured person from the Chio Town mudslide who was being treated at the John...
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South Africa: South Africa’s Laws Aren’t Geared to Protecting Against Climate Change – Judges Are Trying to Fill the Gap

South Africa: South Africa’s Laws Aren’t Geared to Protecting Against Climate Change – Judges Are Trying to Fill the Gap

South Africa has plenty of environmental laws but none that specifically oblige government officials to consider the risks and impacts...
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