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In the Papers - Friday 28 September

It is better known for its shacks and its role in the struggle against apartheid, but yesterday Soweto joined the material world when a giant, 200-store shopping arcade was opened by former South African president Nelson Mandela...

The £47M Maponya Mall has been billed as the largest in the southern hemisphere. The Independent

The vast majority of deaths on Britain's roads last year were the result of basic driver errors, a Department for Transport report has found. Simple mistakes were responsible for more crashes than deliberate breaches of traffic laws, such as breaking the speed limit or ignoring red traffic lights. The Times

High energy light bulbs will begin to be phased out from shops within months, under a timetable agreed by retailers and energy companies. Environment secretary Hilary Benn said yesterday that the plan to replace all traditional light bulbs with energy-efficient light bulbs within four years would save the equivalent of five million tonnes of C02 a year. The Times

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