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Zuma not ruling out a political comeback

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Zuma not ruling out a political comeback

Former president Jacob Zuma is not ruling out a political comeback.

That is according to a statement released on his daughter’s Twitter page.

Zuma says he has been approached to avail himself for the position of National Chairperson. The 80-year-old former president says he will not refuse such a call.

WC Gov. looking forward to a bumper summer season

The Western Cape Government says it looks forward to welcoming foreign tourists to our shores for the upcoming summer season. Cape Town International Airport is expected to receive just over 180 international flights per week between November and December, with an increase of 191 flights per week between January and March next year.

R17,9 million construction to see new Clinic for Gouda

The Western Cape Government is on course to finish the construction of a R17.9 million new clinic to replace the existing Gouda Clinic, in the Cape Winelands District by January next year.

The new facility will replace the current semi-detached house, which was converted into a clinic. However due to congestion and limited space to extend on the property, the Western Cape Government found it prudent to build a new clinic that will provide comprehensive health care services.

In your international news….

Indian civil servant has no compassion for free sanitary pad request

A female civil servant’s response to a schoolgirl’s request for free sanitary pads has sparked backlash in India.

The teenager made the request at a workshop organised with Unicef in the eastern state of Bihar.

The official responded by saying the girl would soon expect the government to provide free clothes, shoes and even condoms.

Periods are a taboo topic in India, with menstruating women often forced to live under severe restrictions.

On a lighter note….

Man becomes 2nd in history to kayak from California to Hawaii….

A California man became the second person to ever kayak from California to Hawaii — a journey that took him 91 days. The adventurer attempted the same feat last year, but ended up being rescued by a Coast Guard helicopter due to weather and equipment issues. The first person to successfully kayak from California to Hawaii was in 1987.

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Written by: Keenan Williams

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