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Discount chain 99p Stores are planning to expand by another 70 shops in a move set to create over 2,000 jobs.
The group wants to go from 240 shops to 310 by the end of 2015 after securing £25 million from lender Barclays.
Around 2,100 workers will be taken on in the expansion - with each new store needing around 30 staff.
The chain has grown rapidly since the demise of Woolworths in 2008, with bargain retailers 99p Stores and Poundland now regular fixtures of high streets across the UK.
Poundland is also said to be planning on expanding - the chain is reportedly aiming to list on the stock market next year to raise cash to double its UK stores to around 1,000.
President Zuma announces that the Union Buildings amphitheatre, where Nelson Mandela was inaugurated in 1994, will now be called the 'Nelson Mandela Amphitheatre'.
He said this is a "fitting tribute to a man who transformed the Union Buildings from a symbol of racism and repression toone of peace, unity democracy and progress".
President Zuma jokes that "many leaders, some of whom are present here, have experienced his sharp tongue".
Britain's most decorated cyclist Sir Bradley Wiggins has officially received his knighthood from the Queen in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Wiggins told ITV News he couldn't remember what the Queen said to him, as he was so nervous.
President Jacob Zuma is describing the moment the world first saw a "tall, imposing figure walking out into a world he had left behind 27 years before".
He says South Africans were, at that time, a "downtrodden people" and that they "needed a leader like Madiba".
Zuma refers to Mandela repeatedly as a "freedom fighter".
The United Nations' first relief airlift to Syria from Iraq will deliver food and winter supplies to the mostly Kurdish northeast.
The UN has got the permission of both governments, the UNHCR refugee agency said.
Syria gave permission about two weeks ago for the cross-border U.N. operation from Iraq into Syrian Kurdish areas of Hassakeh province.
The airbridge will begin on Thursday. Up to 12 flights are scheduled through Sunday, said Amin Awad, director of UNHCR's Middle East and North Africa Bureau.
U.N. agencies have ferried limited aid supplies into Syria from Iraq and Lebanon, but not via Turkey because of objections from President Bashar al-Assad's government.
Daybreak correspondent Richard Gaisford reports that President Zuma is being booed by the crowd.
Boos drowning out the cheers & applause in our part of the Stadium as Zuma takes stage. He's determined to win them over. Electric start.
South African President Jacob Zuma is to give the keynote address next.
Ceremony organisers cut in with a musical interlude to drown out the boos from the crowd.
President Raul Castro says Nelson Mandela set an "insurmountable example" to Latin America and the Caribbean which he says are "currently moving towards unity and integration for the benefits of their peoples on the basis of respect for diversity".