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F/town promises massive support for Zebras

FRANCISTOWN: The city leadership has promised massive support for the Zebras when they play against Mauritania in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier next week Saturday, despite the slow sale of tick
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More codes targeted for varsity leagues

The Private Tertiary Institution Association (PTIA) aims to increase the number of codes participating in varsity leagues. At the moment, institutions only compete in football and one day tournaments
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Pied Piperís New Internet Isnít Just PossibleóItís Almost Here

People in the real world are hard at work trying to rebuild the internet in a way that comes closer to its decentralized ideal. The post Pied Piper's New Internet Isn't Just PossibleóIt's Almost Here
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We Asked Lawyers to Vet Trumpís Most Controversial Tweets

Because yesterday's covfefe could be tomorrow's global catastrophe. The post We Asked Lawyers to Vet Trump's Most Controversial Tweets appeared first on WIRED.
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Even Without Paris, Business Will Leave Trump Behind on Climate Change

The United States has retreated from the global Paris Agreement. But companies from Facebook to WalMart are already invested in climate action. The post Even Without Paris, Business Will Leave Trump
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Notley pitches NDP to progressives put off by United Conservative Party

CALGARY - Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says the NDP would welcome anyone who feels like they wouldn't have a political home in the United Conservative Party. The province's two right-leaning parties
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