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South Africa tackles secretive party funding with law, but still allows anonymous donors

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South African President Cyril Ramaphosa signed a law on Friday requiring political parties to disclose donations of more than 100,000 rand ($6,650) in a bid...
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Tunisian protesters revive ‘Arab Spring’ chant to demand government’s fall

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Protesters rallied in Tunisia’s capital on Tuesday after several nights of street violence, reviving the chant that rang a decade ago in a revolution that...
Tech

U.S. Senate Republican asks tech firms to explain account, content removals

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The outgoing Republican chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee asked the chief executives of major U.S. tech firms Apple Inc, Facebook Inc, Amazon.com Inc, Alphabet...
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Nextdoor scrambles to address QAnon after Capitol attack

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For months, Nextdoor moderators have struggled with the challenge of addressing QAnon content on its neighborhood sites — but after last week’s deadly attack on...
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Reddit bans Donald Trump forum for inciting violence

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Reddit has banned r/donaldtrump for encouraging and glorifying violence after Wednesday’s mob attack on the US Capitol. Axios reporter Sara Fischer first reported the news,...
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South Africa blasts tourists for defying coronavirus beach ban

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South Africa’s Police Minister Bheki Cele has accused mostly European tourists of defying a ban on going to beaches along the famous Garden Route. The...
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Apple loses early challenge in virtualization copyright claim

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Apple has lost an early challenge in its lawsuit against Corellium, a security firm that offers a virtualized version of iOS for security testing. Ruling...
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President Ramaphosa bans alcohol sales in South Africa

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South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday announced a ban on alcohol sales and said mask-wearing would be mandatory in public as his country became...