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MEC hands over houses

EASTERN Cape MEC for human settlements Helen Sauls-August handed over houses to the elderly and...

  THE Gauteng department of social development says more than 15% of South Africa’s youth population...

Communications Workers Union signed for the first time an agreement with Oakbay owned African News...

The city of Cape Town must manage flood risk every winter in many of its...

The Department of Mineral Resources has established a database of 700 000 records which will...

THOUSANDS of people across South Africa rose to the challenge of donating 67 minutes of their time to pack a record 3.3 million meals...

A COUPLE, including a former Lesotho National Defence Force member, are expected to appear in the Bloemfontein Magistrate’s Court today facing charges of possession...

Disgruntled residents of Meyerton, Vereeniging embarked on a violent protest on Friday barricading roads with burning tyres in the area. The protest erupted on Thursday...

THE finance, economic development and tourism MEC, Mac Jack, donated a total of R2.5m this week to projects that will help young people advance...
Handing over: Premier Supra Mahumapelo.

A TOTAL of 224 Atamelang residents received title deeds from the provincial government. Premier Supra Mahumapelo and local development and human settlements MEC Fenny Gaolaolwe...

Lebogang Motsumi, 27, still remembers the moment when she learnt she had contracted HIV from a man a decade her senior. “It was August 15,...

Chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has described the quest by Afrikaans lobby group AfriForum to reinstate old street names in Pretoria as divisive, somewhat selfish...
The pupils of Thuto Bohlale school in Nellmapius Extension 7 outside in the sun upset over the the deputy principal allegedly selling school reports cards. PICTURE: Dimakatso Modipa

A Tshwane deputy principal is embroiled in a fight with pupils that have accused him of making them pay to receive their reports. Thuto Bohlale...