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DA wants answers on Eskom bailout
15/9/2014 15:27
DA wants answers on Eskom bailoutThe DA demanded answers from the government on Monday on what its bailout plan for the embattled state electricity utility Eskom will entail.
Western Cape to set up Khayelitsha forums, teams
15/9/2014 14:26
Western Cape to set up Khayelitsha forums, teamsTask teams are to be set up in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, to deal with youth gangs and unlicensed liquor outlets, the Western Cape community safety department said on Monday.
Rubber bullets fired at Grabouw protesters
15/9/2014 15:45
Police fired rubber bullets and used teargas to disperse more than 1000 people protesting over service delivery at the Grabouw municipal offices in the Western Cape.
EFF man shoots Malema rival EFF man shoots Malema rival
23 minutes ago
A top former ANC Youth League leader is on the run and an ANC branch chairperson is in a critical condition in hospital as political intolerance in Limpopo turned into bloody violence.
Policy to ‘focus on jobless youth’ Policy to ‘focus on jobless youth’
28 minutes ago
The review of the national youth policy will focus on the unskilled and unemployed coloured and black youth, Deputy Minister in the Presidency Buti Manamela said yesterday.
 
Nkandla garden cost R16m: report Nkandla garden cost R16m: report
15/9/2014 7:55
A landscaped garden at President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home in KwaZulu-Natal cost R16-million,
Three appear for shallcross murder Three appear for shallcross murder
15/9/2014 4:37
The case against three minors implicated in the murder of a woman who was decapitated was expected to continue in the Durban Regional Court on Monday.
 
Grabouw protesters stone cars Grabouw protesters stone cars
15/9/2014 18:44
Protesters in Grabouw threw stones at cars stuck in a traffic jam on the N2 from Cape Town on Monday afternoon, police said.
Rubber bullets fired at Grabouw protesters Rubber bullets fired at Grabouw protesters
15/9/2014 15:45
Police fired rubber bullets and used teargas to disperse more than 1000 people protesting over service delivery at the Grabouw municipal offices in the Western Cape.
 
ANCYL Limpopo leader Boy Mamabolo was shot and wounded ANCYL Limpopo leader Boy Mamabolo was shot and wounded
15/9/2014 7:30
ANCYL leader in Limpopo, Boy Mamabolo, was shot and wounded in a night club on Sunday evening
Lions on the loose in Limpopo Lions on the loose in Limpopo
14/9/2014 15:22
Two lions are on the loose in Tolwe, Limpopo, police said on Sunday.
 
Missing boy found dead near Mpumalanga mine Missing boy found dead near Mpumalanga mine
13/9/2014 1:05
A 16-year-old boy was found dead in a dam near a deserted mine after he had been reported missing, Mpumalanga police said on Friday.
Masemola does not deserve bail, say community Masemola does not deserve bail, say community
10/9/2014 23:33
“We are unhappy because the court keeps on postponing the matter instead of issuing a verdict or allowing us to punish this merciless man accordingly.
 
‘Rich Vietnamese covet rhino horn’ ‘Rich Vietnamese covet rhino horn’
15/9/2014 23:44
“In Vietnam having a rhino horn in your possession is a status in society. People become wealthy through the illicit trade,” Vu said at a media briefing in the Kruger National Park.
ANC hails de-registration ANC hails de-registration
15/9/2014 23:39
The ANC in the province has condemned reactions by opposition parties who slammed the provincial government’s decision to de-register matric pupils in the John Taolo Gaetsewe due to the three-month closure of schools in the area.
 
NCOP fumes over RDPs NCOP fumes over RDPs
15/9/2014 23:19
An Eastern Cape delegation of the National Council of Provinces Delegation (NCOP) has expressed its dissatisfaction after it found about 500 poorly built RDP houses in Mqanduli which are due for demolition.
Two boats collide in St Francis Bay Two boats collide in St Francis Bay
15/9/2014 13:57
Two boats have collided off St Francis Bay, in the Eastern Cape.
 
Ex-top cop gets 18 years in jail Ex-top cop gets 18 years in jail
15/9/2014 23:26
The three others who were convicted on the same charge as Jacobs are Frank Anthony, 52, who was jailed for 15 years, Nathan Nieuwoudt, 29, who received 16 years and Solly Ferris, 31, who was slapped with a 15-year jail term.
RAF office brings relief to crash victims RAF office brings relief to crash victims
15/9/2014 23:32
Victims of road accidents no longer have to travel long distances to Pretoria to lodge their claims after the Road Accident Fund (RAF) opened new offices in Mahikeng on Friday.
 
R4m available to encourage talent among the youth R4m available to encourage talent among the youth
16/9/2014 12:46
These were the words of Rev Simon Galada from Premier Ace Magashule’s office on Saturday, during his visit to Phase 6 in Mangaung on the outskirts of Bloemfontein.
Free State to get first rehab centre Free State to get first rehab centre
16/9/2014 12:55
Speaking to The New Age yesterday Ntombela did not disclose the value of the rehabilitation centre but said it would provide services to 40 people as it was billed to have 40 beds.
 
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EFF man shoots Malema rivalEFF man shoots Malema rival
23 minutes ago
A top former ANC Youth League leader is on the run and an ANC branch chairperson is in a critical condition in hospital as political intolerance in Limpopo turned into bloody violence.
 
Policy to ‘focus on jobless youth’Policy to ‘focus on jobless youth’
28 minutes ago
The review of the national youth policy will focus on the unskilled and unemployed coloured and black youth, Deputy Minister in the Presidency Buti Manamela said yesterday.
 
Answers demanded on Eskom bailoutAnswers demanded on Eskom bailout
31 minutes ago
The DA demanded answers from the government yesterday on what its bailout plan for the embattled state electricity utility Eskom will entail.
 
Nobel 14 plead to ZumaNobel 14 plead to Zuma
36 minutes ago
The office of the president yesterday expressed that they could not confirm the status of a request made by 14 Nobel Peace Laureates for an unconditional guarantee of a visa for Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama.
 
No confidence in the speakerNo confidence in the speaker
40 minutes ago
With the motion of no confidence against the speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete to be debated today, the ANC yesterday reiterated their stance that she is fit to lead parliament.
 
NUM denies being dislodged by AmcuNUM denies being dislodged by Amcu
46 minutes ago
The National Union of Minewerkers (NUM) has come out guns blazing against claims that it had been dislodged by rival Amcu at Sibanye Gold’s Beatrix mine in Free State.
 
Judge’s verdict defendedJudge’s verdict defended
49 minutes ago
Legal organisations have come out in defence of judge Thoko Masipa amid public threats and personal attacks resulting in her verdict in the Oscar Pistorius trial.
 
‘Rhino poaching at crisis level, lasting solutions are imperative’‘Rhino poaching at crisis level, lasting solutions are imperative’
16/9/2014 1:39
For retired army general Johan Jooste, the fight against rhino poaching in the vast Kruger National Park (KNP) is far from being won.
 
‘Losing the fight against drugs’‘Losing the fight against drugs’
16/9/2014 1:30
South Africa is sitting on a drugs time bomb with the youth in townships increasingly being drawn into a twilight world of addiction, where the craving for substances like whoonga in KZN, nyaope in Gauteng and tik in the Cape rules their lives. These are all heroin and dagga-based drugs which are r
 
Help us root out bad elements in police force, pleads PhiyegaHelp us root out bad elements in police force, pleads Phiyega
16/9/2014 1:25
“I am purging the SAPS of criminal or corrupt elements and I need your help to fully transform this huge organisation into a professional, trustworthy and credible police service,”
 
Task teams to fight crime in Khayelitsha following reportTask teams to fight crime in Khayelitsha following report
16/9/2014 1:17
Task teams are to be set up in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, to deal with youth gangs and unlicensed liquor outlets, the Western Cape community safety department said yesterday.
 
Unions fight for actorsUnions fight for actors
16/9/2014 1:01
Trade union federation Cosatu has called for the 16 principal cast members fired from popular soap opera Generations to be reinstated as the week-long campaign to boycott the production kicking off yesterday.
 
Free State to get first rehab centreFree State to get first rehab centre
16/9/2014 12:55
Speaking to The New Age yesterday Ntombela did not disclose the value of the rehabilitation centre but said it would provide services to 40 people as it was billed to have 40 beds.
 
R4m available to encourage talent among the youthR4m available to encourage talent among the youth
16/9/2014 12:46
These were the words of Rev Simon Galada from Premier Ace Magashule’s office on Saturday, during his visit to Phase 6 in Mangaung on the outskirts of Bloemfontein.
 
‘Rich Vietnamese covet rhino horn’‘Rich Vietnamese covet rhino horn’
15/9/2014 23:44
“In Vietnam having a rhino horn in your possession is a status in society. People become wealthy through the illicit trade,” Vu said at a media briefing in the Kruger National Park.
 




 

 


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