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Joburg hands out food parcels
27/8/2015 23:24
Joburg hands out food parcelsThe 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.
'Domestic workers have rights too'
27/8/2015 19:20
'Domestic workers have rights too'Domestic workers have raised issues of minimum wages and cheap labour at a discussion session at Constitution Hill in Braamfontein.
New 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.
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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.
 
'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.
 
Date set for Pistorius parole review: familyDate set for Pistorius parole review: family
27/8/2015 11:31
The South African review board that will decide on the release of Oscar Pistorius is to meet on September 18, his family said Thursday, after the Paralympian's parole was delayed last week.
 
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng to meet ZumaChief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng to meet Zuma
27/8/2015 7:45
President Jacob Zuma will attempt to heal rifts between his government and the judiciary at a meeting at the Union Buildings on Thursday morning.
 
Initiates tell of daily abuseInitiates tell of daily abuse
26/8/2015 23:56
Weapons found at an initiation school in Meadowlands, Soweto where eight boys were rescued by residents together with the police.
 
EFF miss Wits electionsEFF miss Wits elections
26/8/2015 23:51
Voting in the Wits SRC elections today enters its second day without the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) participation.
 
SA man killed in Mali hotel attack laid to restSA man killed in Mali hotel attack laid to rest
26/8/2015 21:39
The South African killed in Mali during an attack three weeks ago, has been laid to rest in Pretoria West.
 
Douglasdale officers put on leave pending probeDouglasdale officers put on leave pending probe
26/8/2015 21:22
Two policemen from the Douglasdale Police Station in Johannesburg have been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation into police brutality.
 
Violence breaks out at TUT as Malema addresses studentsViolence breaks out at TUT as Malema addresses students
26/8/2015 19:33
Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) says no violence will be tolerated on any of its campuses.
 
Motsoaledi discharged from HospitalMotsoaledi discharged from Hospital
26/8/2015 19:06
Health Minister Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi has been discharged from hospital on Wednesday afternoon following his admission to Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Pretoria for treatment.
 
Murdered police officer Moses Mosekwane’s memorial underwayMurdered police officer Moses Mosekwane’s memorial underway
26/8/2015 16:21
Dozens of police officers have attended the memorial service of Johannesburg police officer, Moses Mosekwane, who was killed in the line of duty last weekend.
 
Simba Mhere trial moved to OctoberSimba Mhere trial moved to October
26/8/2015 15:17
The trial of the man who allegedly killed two people including television presenter Simba Mhere in car crash has been postponed to October 29 in the Randburg Magistrate's Court, north of Johannesburg.
 
SAHRC working with SAPS to end police brutalitySAHRC working with SAPS to end police brutality
26/8/2015 15:15
The South African Human Rights Commission say it is working with the South African Police service on long term plans to eradicate police brutality and to establish a culture of human rights in policing in the country.
 


 

 


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