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Cop pleads guilty to sex with minor
30/9/2014 19:09
Cop pleads guilty to sex with minorA 50-year-old Mpumalanga police officer has pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl.
Transformation still a way to go: Olifant
30/9/2014 18:52
Transformation still a way to go: OlifantThere was still a long way to go to transform South Africa and this would require everyone working together, Labour Minister Mildred Olifant said on Tuesday.
Water shortages in Amathole district
30/9/2014 19:38
The flow of water in the Eastern Cape's Amathole district has been disrupted due to a power failure at a substation which powers the municipality's pump station, it said on Tuesday.
Analysis: EFF wants to have it both ways Analysis: EFF wants to have it both ways
25/7/2014 9:46
One of the common cynicisms that political parties are subjected to is that their respective leaders are in it for personal gain, and hardly take into consideration the needs of the people.
Nothing wrong with voting EFF: Orania resident Nothing wrong with voting EFF: Orania resident
8/5/2014 12:53
Orania residents in the Northern Cape said on Thursday there was nothing wrong with residents of the right-wing town voting for the Economic Freedom Fighters.
 
Sanral asked  to speak to Makhura on e-tolls Sanral asked to speak to Makhura on e-tolls
17/9/2014 12:17
Sanral requested a meeting with Gauteng premier David Makhura on e-tolling before he set up a review panel, it said on Wednesday.
E-tolls discount a lucky packet: NGO E-tolls discount a lucky packet: NGO
1/9/2014 14:51
Gauteng road users do not need discounts and tariff reductions on e-toll fees because they never asked for tolls.
 
Analysis: Turn of tide in rhino survival Analysis: Turn of tide in rhino survival
20/8/2014 11:43
The integrated strategic management of rhinoceros plan is something we can all rejoice about.
Hundreds of rhino from poaching-hit park to be evacuated Hundreds of rhino from poaching-hit park to be evacuated
12/8/2014 14:48
South Africa plans to evacuate hundreds of rhino from the famed Kruger National Park to safe havens out of horn smugglers' reach.
 
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 found guilty of culpable homicide Pistorius found guilty of culpable homicide
12/9/2014 10:31
Oscar Pistorius was convicted of culpable homicide on Friday, having escaped the more serious charge of murder for the killing of his girlfriend, and the Olympic and Paralympic track star could face a lengthy prison sentence.
Tweets read by 77 million Tweets read by 77 million
12/9/2014 8:40
Twitter was full of the Oscar Pistorius trial yesterday, as the world waited to hear the highly anticipated verdict of Judge Thokozile Masipa.
 
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.
 
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.
Numsa will respond to Cosatu Numsa will respond to Cosatu
2/3/2014 16:16
The National Union of Metalworkers of SA on Sunday said it would respond to Cosatu within the required timeframe on why it should not be suspended or expelled from the union body.
 
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Water shortages in Amathole districtWater shortages in Amathole district
30/9/2014 19:38
The flow of water in the Eastern Cape's Amathole district has been disrupted due to a power failure at a substation which powers the municipality's pump station, it said on Tuesday.
 
Cop pleads guilty to sex with minorCop pleads guilty to sex with minor
30/9/2014 19:09
A 50-year-old Mpumalanga police officer has pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl.
 
Transformation still a way to go: OlifantTransformation still a way to go: Olifant
30/9/2014 18:52
There was still a long way to go to transform South Africa and this would require everyone working together, Labour Minister Mildred Olifant said on Tuesday.
 
Community service for killing friendCommunity service for killing friend
30/9/2014 18:43
An Mpumalanga first-year mechanical engineering student found guilty of stabbing his friend to death during a tavern brawl has been handed an effective three-year community service sentence.
 
Zuma not responsible for Nkandla: ANCZuma not responsible for Nkandla: ANC
30/9/2014 17:50
ANC MPs moved to absolve President Jacob Zuma of any wrongdoing in the Nkandla controversy as they unilaterally pursued Parliament's consideration of the matter following an opposition walkout.
 
Miners relive Marikana shootingMiners relive Marikana shooting
30/9/2014 17:44
Lonmin miners who survived the August 16, 2012 shootings at Marikana said they were haunted by memories of the confrontation with police.
 
At 69, South African satirist keeps laughingAt 69, South African satirist keeps laughing
30/9/2014 17:22
A cross-dressing South African satirist who lampooned the leaders of white racist rule decades ago says there is plenty to laugh at 20 years after the end of apartheid.
 
Beware of censorship: US AmbassadorBeware of censorship: US Ambassador
30/9/2014 17:15
South Africa has to be wary of attempts to censor the media such as SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng's recent suggestion that journalists be licensed.
 
Some Gauteng areas still without waterSome Gauteng areas still without water
30/9/2014 17:06
Gauteng residents in areas still experiencing water disruptions were urged to contact Rand Water's hotline, the utility said on Tuesday.
 
Bookkeeper faces muliple fraud chargesBookkeeper faces muliple fraud charges
30/9/2014 16:59
A young woman who allegedly stole more than R800,000 from her employer made her first appearance in the Bellville Specialised Commercial Crime Court, Cape Town, on Tuesday.
 
Nxesi's spending probe welcomedNxesi's spending probe welcomed
30/9/2014 16:34
The SA Property Owners Association (SAPOA) on Tuesday welcomed Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi's announcement of a probe into the department's irregular expenditure.
 
Nkandla officials hearing postponedNkandla officials hearing postponed
30/9/2014 16:01
The disciplinary hearing against public works department senior project manager Jean Rindel and several others over refurbishments at President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home has been postponed.
 
Protector finds against NEFProtector finds against NEF
30/9/2014 15:54
The National Empowerment Fund (NEF) CEO must pay "sorry money" to a woman it withdrew a grant from, a report by Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has found.
 
Arts school teacher not guilty of racismArts school teacher not guilty of racism
30/9/2014 15:34
A teacher from the National School of the Arts (NSA) who was at the centre of a racism scandal has been found not guilty, the school said on Tuesday.
 
Zuma gets a big welcome in PMBZuma gets a big welcome in PMB
30/9/2014 14:30
President Jacob Zuma received a rapturous welcome wherever he went in Pietermaritzburg's Imbali township on Tuesday.
 


 

 




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