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Civil Security

Ethiopia soldiers who marched on palace wanted to abort reforms

Abiy Ahmed.Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said soldiers who marched to his palace last week had “nefarious aims” and wanted to abort the government’s reforms but that he managed to defuse the situation and prevent it from becoming dangerous.


   

Plan to stop burning of trains

A burning train.Government says it will no longer tolerate the destruction of property and infrastructure such as trains - calling this economic sabotage.

   

South African plastics sector on strike

Plastics sector in SA on strikeThousands of South African plastics sector workers began a strike on Monday over pay and benefits, halting operations at some companies, the union and firms said.
   

Team to report back on Ventersdorp protests

An SAPS crowd control vehicle.North West Premier Professor Job Mokgoro has sent a team to Ventersdorp to find lasting solutions following protests in the area.

   

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