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Sorting fact from fiction | Africa Check

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Is it correct to describe a strike as “illegal”? Not in South African law
Is South Africa the largest recipient of asylum-seekers worldwide? The numbers don’t add up
Are SA whites really being killed “like flies”? Why Steve Hofmeyr is wrong
Claim that Malawi “wonder herb” cures HIV and Aids is untrue and irresponsible
Claim that no-one in Cape Town has to use “bucket toilets” is wrong
Business Day: Fact-checking site that cuts public figures down to size
The city that works for you, except if you’re poor

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