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A Glimpse Inside NAA Magazine

A Glimpse Inside NAA Magazine

Colonel Gaddafi’s regime in Libya increasingly looks like the third in North Africa to fall through the peoples revolution that is sweeping through the region. The despot has been using foreign mercenaries in a horrific and unprecedented attack on his…

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Professor Cheryl de la Rey interview

Professor Cheryl de la Rey interview

The diminutive academic is the first black and woman (she is of coloured descent) in 100 years to occupy the vice-chancellor‘s seat at one of South Africa’s top former Afrikaans universities. The University of Pretoria was once the bastion of…

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In this issue we call again for the use of smart intervention from the international community to prevent further bloodshed in Libya. There is a chance that the west, along with the rest of the international community, can play a…

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Highveld will also raise some steel prices.

Highveld will also raise some steel prices.

South Africa: The country’s second-largest steel producer Highveld Steel & Vanadium would join its larger rival, ArcelorMittal South Africa, in raising steel prices as from the start of August, having refrained from doing so in July. Engineering News Online has…

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