29 March 2020   4. Sha'aban 1441
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SAA lifts ban on white cadetsJohannesburg - South African Airways (SAA) has lifted a ban on applications by whites for its cadet pilot programme, according to Sunday's Rapport newspaper.

Zuma: ‘Tighten affirmative action laws’Cape Town - President Jacob Zuma says government was contemplating increasing fines for companies not advancing the employment and promotion of historically disadvantaged individuals.

Quran manuscript reveals Islam in Kashmir earlier than thoughtRare Quranic manuscripts not only provides an insight into the glory and richness of Islam but also sets back the clock of the religion's advent into Kashmir by almost a century.

World Muslim body suspends Syria's membershipMECCA, Saudi Arabia: The 57-member Organisation of Islamic Cooperation suspended Syria in a meeting attended by its staunch ally Iran, in a move hailed as one that sends "a strong message" to Damascus.

NDP calls for extra two years of schoolingThe final version of the ‘National Development Plan’ (NDP), which was handed to the president on Wednesday, calls for significant changes to the basic education system – on top of similar changes in policing, the civil service, and economic adjustments.

Pakistani PM calls for negotiated settlement of disputes with IndiaISLAMABAD - Pakistani Prime Minister, Raja Pervez Ashraf, Tuesday reiterated his country's resolve to find a negotiated settlement to all disputes with India in his Independence Day speech.

Myanmar: UN envoy welcomes mission The recent mission of the Turkish Foreign Minister and senior officials of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to Myanmar’s state of Rakhine – which recently experienced deadly ethnic clashes that displaced thousands of people – was welcomed today by the top United Nations envoy to the Southeast Asian country.

Syrian opposition seeks solutions at Makkah summitThe Syrian opposition members in Cairo hope that the Makkah Islamic Solidarity Summit initiated by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah will be successful in ending serious issues that even the UN Security Council failed to solve.

E-tolling battle begins at Constitutional Court The fight to prevent Sanral's e-tolling system from being rolled out on Gauteng's freeways starts at the Constitutional Court on Wednesday.

Egypt's Morsi removes generals President Mohamed Morsi has dismissed two top generals and quashed a military order curbing his powers, further stamping his authority on the country.

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