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Five in court after KZN beheading
1/9/2014 7:02
Five in court after KZN beheadingFive people will appear in the Chatsworth Magistrate's Court on Monday for allegedly killing a woman.
Serving with pride
1/9/2014 3:31
Serving with prideDeputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on public servants to change their attitudes and serve people effectively with dignity, integrity, honesty and dedication.
Man jumps from University of Pretoria building
17 minutes ago
A man died after jumping off a building at the University of Pretoria.
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Man jumps from University of Pretoria buildingMan jumps from University of Pretoria building
17 minutes ago
A man died after jumping off a building at the University of Pretoria.
 
Five in court after KZN beheadingFive in court after KZN beheading
1/9/2014 7:02
Five people will appear in the Chatsworth Magistrate's Court on Monday for allegedly killing a woman.
 
Serving with prideServing with pride
1/9/2014 3:31
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on public servants to change their attitudes and serve people effectively with dignity, integrity, honesty and dedication.
 
Poliomyelitis vaccine again available for children in clinicsPoliomyelitis vaccine again available for children in clinics
1/9/2014 2:17
The KZN department of health has embarked on a polio immunisation campaign following a shortage of the vaccine earlier this year.
 
Jazz on Lake brings Joburgers togetherJazz on Lake brings Joburgers together
1/9/2014 2:09
Thousands of Joburgers welcomed the spring season with the smooth rhythms of jazz at the Zoo Lake yesterday – and this year’s show was dedicated iconic South African pop star Brenda Fassie.
 
Woolies under siegeWoolies under siege
1/9/2014 1:55
Muhammed Desai from Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against Israel in South Africa (BDS SA) said: “Woolworths claims to be ethical and responsible. We believe that this campaign will tarnish its brand. It’s bad for them to be associated with Israel.”
 
SANDF – soldiers still wait to report for dutySANDF – soldiers still wait to report for duty
1/9/2014 1:05
It's not clear when the 600 suspended South African National Defence Force (SANDF) soldiers will report for duty after the Supreme Court of Appeal ruled that the defence force had acted unfairly by taking disciplinary action against them for participating in an illegal march in 2009.
 
Employers blame strikes, violence on labour lawEmployers blame strikes, violence on labour law
11 minutes ago
The employer body recently said it disagreed with Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant’s statement that the labour legislation was not to be blamed “for the prolonged and often violent strikes that have hit various industries across South Africa”.
 
Busy week in court for copper theft suspects, YengeniBusy week in court for copper theft suspects, Yengeni
30 minutes ago
“Eskom investigators allegedly searched the electric power line and the field along N14 road where three men were found in possession of 450m of electrical copper cable.
 
Police warn of fake adsPolice warn of fake ads
44 minutes ago
“The aforementioned advertisements form part of a scam aimed at misleading the public and possibly corruptly attempting to enlist candidates into the police service.
 
‘Army not in control’‘Army not in control’
50 minutes ago
Yesterday it was reported that the country was being run by Minister of Public Service Motloheloa Phooko who had to take over in terms of the country’s Constitution, after the prime minister fled and sought refuge in South Africa and with Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing on his way to Pretor
 
Jetsetting Java scripter: a journey from out to webmaster, pilotJetsetting Java scripter: a journey from out to webmaster, pilot
31/8/2014 23:09
He started school at Keketso Primary School and then went on to Dawnview High School where he completed his matric in 2003.
 
Private pools to fall under building regulationsPrivate pools to fall under building regulations
31/8/2014 23:01
Concerns have been raised about the lack of statistics on drowning incidents in private pools versus drowning in rivers, dams or any form of open water.
 
Education is the ‘key’Education is the ‘key’
31/8/2014 22:56
Afro-jazz maestro Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse says South Africa needs educated leaders of industry for the benefit of the country.
 
SA troops not involved in foiling an alleged coup in Lesotho: DeptSA troops not involved in foiling an alleged coup in Lesotho: Dept
31/8/2014 13:15
South African troops have not been involved in foiling an alleged coup in Lesotho, the defence department said on Sunday.
 






 

 




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