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Albino’s muti murder condemned
27/8/2015 23:51
Albino’s muti murder condemnedPremier Senzo Mchunu sympathised with the family of an albino victim whose body was found in a shallow grave.
Tote robber dies in shoot-out
27/8/2015 23:38
Tote robber dies in shoot-outAn armed robbery suspect died in a shoot-out with police in Bayview, Chatsworth on Wednesday.
Women in tourism praised
27/8/2015 23:55
Women staffers from the provincial tourism department celebrate Women’s Day in Moruleng, where department officials praised them fulsomely for the work they do and reassured them that their contributions to the department were being recognised by management.
Malema's case struck off the roll Malema's case struck off the roll
4/8/2015 12:12
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema and his co-accused Lesiba Gwangwa and Kagiso Dichaba who is in hospital have been freed, for now, by Judge George Mothle.
EFF pics used for SONA practice EFF pics used for SONA practice
15/2/2015 18:10
Security personnel who forcefully removed the EFF from Parliament on Thursday had used pictures of the party's MPs to practice their tactics, City Press reported on Sunday.
 
E-toll report a victory for poor: SACP E-toll report a victory for poor: SACP
16/1/2015 13:35
The report on e-tolls released by Gauteng premier David Makhura is a victory for poor and working class people, the SA Communist Party said on Friday.
Gauteng e-tolls must be reviewed: Makhura Gauteng e-tolls must be reviewed: Makhura
15/1/2015 12:38
Elements of the Gauteng e-toll system must be reviewed, Gauteng premier David Makhura announced on Thursday.
 
More poachers arrested this year More poachers arrested this year
15/12/2014 4:25
The fight against rhino poaching appears to be strengthening with more poachers being nabbed so far this year compared to 2013.
Rhino move disrupted Rhino move disrupted
2/12/2014 5:57
The process of relocating rhinos will have to wait until next year as temperatures are not favourable, Kruger National Park (KNP) spokesperson William Mabasa said yesterday.
 
Matric results confirm alliance policies: SACP Matric results confirm alliance policies: SACP
7/1/2014 19:16
The high matric pass rate confirms that the policies of the African National Congress-led alliance are correct and are taking the country forward, the SA Communist Party said on Tuesday.
Lekgotla will demystify "anecdotes" Lekgotla will demystify "anecdotes"
19/7/2013 15:42
The ANC's national executive committee (NEC) lekgotla will try to "demystify" some of the stories about progress in the country, secretary general Gwede Mantashe said on Friday.
 
ANC’s respect for Constitution ANC’s respect for Constitution
11/1/2013 13:09
If column centimetres and broadcast minutes were analytical tools, historians would no doubt conclude that the 53rd National Conference of the ANC in Mangaung was all about leadership, leadership and leadership.
Future still unclear for Mangaung losers Future still unclear for Mangaung losers
4/1/2013 12:23
It is still not clear what the future holds for several senior ANC members who were booted out of the national executive committee (NEC) at the party’s conference in Mangaung last month.
 
Pistorius set for ''mansion arrest'' after prison Pistorius set for 'mansion arrest' after prison
17/8/2015 12:17
In one of the wealthiest suburbs of South Africa's capital Pretoria stands a three-storey mansion where Paralympic gold medallist Oscar Pistorius will be taken on his release from prison this week.
Oscar sentence 'shockingly light, inappropriate': NPA Oscar sentence 'shockingly light, inappropriate': NPA
4/11/2014 19:20
The five-year jail sentence imposed on paralympian Oscar Pistorius is "shockingly light and inappropriate", the State says in court papers filed on Tuesday.
 
Analysis: Speak out against abuse of women Analysis: Speak out against abuse of women
20/8/2014 11:36
During Women’s Month a light is shone on the various issues which confront women on a daily basis. What inevitably emerges is a mixed bag of the successes and challenges that still confront them.
Hundreds gather for thanksgiving ceremony Hundreds gather for thanksgiving ceremony
15/8/2014 10:48
Hundreds of people packed the Regina Mundi Catholic Church in Soweto, Johannesburg,for a national interfaith thanksgiving ceremony.
 
Full speech: Zuma on the occasion of his Inauguration Full speech: Zuma on the occasion of his Inauguration
24/5/2014 12:37
Address by His Excellency President Jacob Zuma on the occasion of his Inauguration as fifth President of the Republic of South Africa Union Buildings, Pretoria
Yinde lendlela: the journey travelled by President Jacob Zuma Yinde lendlela: the journey travelled by President Jacob Zuma
24/5/2014 10:05
The President-elect of the Republic of South Africa, His Excellency President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma was born on 12 April 1942 at KwaNxamalala in Nkandla, northern KwaZulu-Natal.
 
Editorial: Special congress was not a battle Editorial: Special congress was not a battle
16/7/2015 11:11
Labour pundits and the media generally have tried to interpret the outcomes of the Cosatu special congress in Johannesburg this week in terms of who won.
Cosatu mum on Vavi Cosatu mum on Vavi
8/4/2014 19:36
Cosatu would not confirm on Tuesday that reinstated general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi would stay on under a deal brokered by ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa.
 
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Women in tourism praisedWomen in tourism praised
27/8/2015 23:55
Women staffers from the provincial tourism department celebrate Women’s Day in Moruleng, where department officials praised them fulsomely for the work they do and reassured them that their contributions to the department were being recognised by management.
 
Albino’s muti murder condemnedAlbino’s muti murder condemned
27/8/2015 23:51
Premier Senzo Mchunu sympathised with the family of an albino victim whose body was found in a shallow grave.
 
Tote robber dies in shoot-outTote robber dies in shoot-out
27/8/2015 23:38
An armed robbery suspect died in a shoot-out with police in Bayview, Chatsworth on Wednesday.
 
New search engine has it allNew search engine has it all
27/8/2015 23:30
Founders of the search engine YA, Thabang Lefoa and Andrea Maphosa, say it has passed its first and second testing phases and is more convenient for consumers.
 
Joburg hands out food parcelsJoburg hands out food parcels
27/8/2015 23:24
The city of Johannesburg’s member of the mayoral committee for health and social development, Nonceba Molwele, has said that no person should go to bed hungry.
 
Executive, judiciary make peaceExecutive, judiciary make peace
27/8/2015 23:17
President Zuma and chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng at the Union Buildings yesterday.
 
Municipal Demarcation Board proposes new boundaries to IECMunicipal Demarcation Board proposes new boundaries to IEC
27/8/2015 21:56
The Municipal Demarcation Board is sticking to its guns regarding new municipalities and ward boundaries.
 
‘Snake-feeding’ pastor in hot water again‘Snake-feeding’ pastor in hot water again
27/8/2015 21:42
The controversial snake-feeding pastor is in hot water again, as Soshanguve residents are spitting fire after learning that Penuel Mnguni had been conducting services at Ayanda Primary School hall.
 
ANCWL to lead a petition against bail of alleged child killerANCWL to lead a petition against bail of alleged child killer
27/8/2015 20:39
Child rights group the Green Hearts, Women and Men Against Child Abuse as well as the African National Congress Women's League (ANCWL) are to petition the Plettenberg Bay Magistrate's Court.
 
State questions validity of psychologist report in Sebolai trialState questions validity of psychologist report in Sebolai trial
27/8/2015 19:33
The State has poked holes in a clinical psychologist's work experience and report on murder accused and former Jozi FM DJ, Donald Sebolai.
 
'Domestic workers have rights too''Domestic workers have rights too'
27/8/2015 19:20
Domestic workers have raised issues of minimum wages and cheap labour at a discussion session at Constitution Hill in Braamfontein.
 
'Housing application process open to corruption''Housing application process open to corruption'
27/8/2015 16:19
Gauteng Human Settlements MEC Jacob Mamabolo has accepted that the current process used by the department for housing applications and issuing of tittle deeds is not reliable and is also open to manipulation and corruption.
 
State's request delays Sebolai murder caseState's request delays Sebolai murder case
27/8/2015 15:48
A clinical psychologist, who is a witness in the murder case of former radio DJ Donald Sebolai, is expected to continue testifying on Thursday.
 
Mac Maharaj 'recovering well'Mac Maharaj 'recovering well'
27/8/2015 15:28
President Jacob Zuma’s former spokesperson Mac Maharaj on Thursday confirmed that he was recovering well after a lung cancer operation.
 
Tutu expected out of hospital next week: familyTutu expected out of hospital next week: family
27/8/2015 12:45
South African archbishop Desmond Tutu is expected to be discharged from hospital by the end of next week.
 


 

 


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