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Posts published in “Day: June 10, 2022

Toes-for-Cash Hoax Reflects Zimbabwe Fears of Soaring Prices

HARARE, ZIMBABWE — An internet rumor blazed through the country that desperate people were selling their toes for cash. The false report became so widespread that the country's Deputy Minister of Information Kindness Paradza visited street vendors in c...

US to Work With Ukraine to Get More Grains

NAIROBI, KENYA — U.S. officials say they are working with Ukraine to export at least three million tons of grain to combat the world's growing hunger crisis, especially in Africa. Before Russia's invasion, Ukraine was exporting six million tons of grai...

Why India Holds the Key to Global Rice Market Outlook

India's surprise decision to ban wheat exports has raised concerns about potential curbs on rice exports as well, prompting rice traders to step up purchases and place atypical orders for longer-dated deliveries.Government and trade officials have said...

Vice-Chancellor Message – 10 June 2022

Dear UJ Community,Recently, on the sidelines of our Executive Leadership Group (ELG) and Senior Leadership Group (SLG) meetings, a colleague raised the point that we seldom take a moment to celebrate our successes as a University. Celebrating our achie...

Post COVID-19 recovery on track

South Africa’s recovery from the devastating economic and social impact of the COVID-19 pandemic remains on track with government focused on implementing the economic reconstruction and recovery plan.This is according to President Cyril Ramaphosa who a...

President Ramaphosa: ‘I am committed to accountability’

President Cyril Ramaphosa says he and government are committed to accounting to the people of South Africa and addressing challenges that the country is facing.He was speaking during a reply to the Presidency's budget vote in Parliament on Friday.The P...

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