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10 Apr
Evildoers are avoided in the society. Armed robbers, ritual killers, assassins, prostitutes, among others, hide to carry out their evil act. They do not tell people the work they do for a living: rather, they present another trade while their main occupations remain hidden.
16 May 2021
There is a looming calamity for sinners who refused to repent and accept Jesus Christ. Assuredly, they will not escape the eternal doom of hell. The wicked are appointed for destruction

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Brett Van Aswergen, Wonga CEO, believes it is the duty of responsible regulated lenders to do more to boost the financial literacy of African consumers. South Africa has all the hallmarks of a well-developed formal financial sector, with a broad range of financial products available, excellent access through in-person and online channels and competitive borrowing…
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The Court of Appeal has granted the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) permission to appeal the ruling of the National Industrial Court which ordered the union to call off its strike.
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