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Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng to meet Zuma
27/8/2015 7:45
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng to meet ZumaPresident Jacob Zuma will attempt to heal rifts between his government and the judiciary at a meeting at the Union Buildings on Thursday morning.
Twelve killed on Western Cape roads over the weekend
24/8/2015 11:22
Twelve killed on Western Cape roads over the weekendNine pedestrians and three other road users died on Western Cape roads over the weekend said the province’s Transport and Public Works department.
New Ferrari 458 crashes into a tree
2/9/2015 9:38
A Johannesburg driver accidentally crashed the Ferrari 458 spider into a tree, early Wednesday morning at Eagle Canyon Estate, according to EWN.
Wits’ SRC elections take place without incident Wits’ SRC elections take place without incident
2/9/2015 22:24
Results of the University of Witwatersrand’s SRC elections finished yesterday and are expected to be released tomorrow.
Heritage Month carnival set to be a spectacular extravaganza Heritage Month carnival set to be a spectacular extravaganza
2/9/2015 22:20
As the Gauteng province prepares to host its annual carnival in September, the Department of Arts and Culture says it will be hosting several heritage events across the country.
 
Lodge owner clueless on human-trafficking activity Lodge owner clueless on human-trafficking activity
2/9/2015 22:07
The defence in a human trafficking and racketeering case underway in the Durban Regional Court maintains that the owner of the lodge where prostitutes plied their trade, did not know about their activities.
Umlazi residents protest alleged rapist''s bail application Umlazi residents protest alleged rapist's bail application
2/9/2015 17:12
Dozens of community members are protesting at the Umlazi Magistrate's Court, south of Durban, against the granting of bail to a suspect arrested in connection with the rape of a 15-year-old teenager.
 
Robber shot and killed next to Cape Town Airport Robber shot and killed next to Cape Town Airport
2/9/2015 15:41
A man was shot and killed during the attempted robbery at the BP service station at the entrance to the Cape Town International Airport.
Western Cape tourism calls for visa regulations'' review Western Cape tourism calls for visa regulations' review
1/9/2015 17:25
The Western Cape government says the tourism industry is projecting an estimated R380 million loss in missed travel opportunities this financial year, due to new visa regulations .
 
Protesting Vuwani residents demand Zuma’s intervention Protesting Vuwani residents demand Zuma’s intervention
31/8/2015 16:42
Protesting residents of Vuwani outside Thohoyandou in Limpopo have vowed to continue with their violent protest action until President Jacob Zuma addresses them.
Battle for chieftaincy continues to brew in Limpopo Battle for chieftaincy continues to brew in Limpopo
26/8/2015 16:03
A potential court battle for chieftaincy is brewing in Limpopo.
 
Taxi operators unhappy with inability to use rank in Mpumalanga Taxi operators unhappy with inability to use rank in Mpumalanga
13/8/2015 16:09
Taxi operators in Standerton under the Lekwa Local Municipality in Mpumalanga have raised concerns about their inability to utilise a taxi rank in Rooikoppen township.
A case of culpable homicide has been opened, after two police died in Mpumalanga A case of culpable homicide has been opened, after two police died in Mpumalanga
3/8/2015 15:01
Two police officers have died in Mpumalanga in two separated incident over the weekend.
 
Northern Cape Education MEC, Cjiekella-Lecholo dies Northern Cape Education MEC, Cjiekella-Lecholo dies
28/8/2015 14:34
Northern Cape MEC of Education, Grizelda Cjiekella-Lecholo, has died.
Twelve injured as train partially derails in Kimberley Twelve injured as train partially derails in Kimberley
19/8/2015 9:11
Twelve people were injured in the early hours of Wednesday morning, when a train partially derailed in Kimberley.
 
Activists call for repoliticising violence against women Activists call for repoliticising violence against women
31/8/2015 17:20
On-going violence against women has come under the spotlight at the International Network to End Violence Against Women meeting taking place in East London, Eastern Cape.
46 killed in two seperate accidents 46 killed in two seperate accidents
29/8/2015 20:42
Over 30 people have been killed in two separate accidents in Eastern Cape on Saturday.
 
EFF command nails North West university SRC elections EFF command nails North West university SRC elections
2/9/2015 21:56
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) students command has taken control in a fiercely contested election of the North West University Student Representative council.
Women in tourism praised 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.
 
Free State Department of Education hosts a two day maths summit Free State Department of Education hosts a two day maths summit
26/8/2015 19:38
About 184 maths teachers from five districts in the Free State are attending a two day maths summit at Ventersburg. The summit which started on Wednesday will focus on the content and methods that teachers use to teach the subject.
Be proactive on climate change – MEC Be proactive on climate change – MEC
24/8/2015 23:54
MEC Sam Mashinini, right, highlighted the effects climate change can have on the poor.
 
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Race on for ANCYL presidencyRace on for ANCYL presidency
2/9/2015 22:31
ANCYL national task team (NTT) convenor Fikile Mbalula says they have engaged with the KZN Youth League on their premature pronouncement for the 2017 succession of leadership.
 
Wits’ SRC elections take place without incidentWits’ SRC elections take place without incident
2/9/2015 22:24
Results of the University of Witwatersrand’s SRC elections finished yesterday and are expected to be released tomorrow.
 
Heritage Month carnival set to be a spectacular extravaganzaHeritage Month carnival set to be a spectacular extravaganza
2/9/2015 22:20
As the Gauteng province prepares to host its annual carnival in September, the Department of Arts and Culture says it will be hosting several heritage events across the country.
 
Lodge owner clueless on human-trafficking activityLodge owner clueless on human-trafficking activity
2/9/2015 22:07
The defence in a human trafficking and racketeering case underway in the Durban Regional Court maintains that the owner of the lodge where prostitutes plied their trade, did not know about their activities.
 
NCOP Chair urges public education for better running of statesNCOP Chair urges public education for better running of states
2/9/2015 22:00
Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces, Thandi Modise, has called on world legislators to encourage public education to ensure that the peoples they represent have a say in the running of their states and governments.
 
EFF command nails North West university SRC electionsEFF command nails North West university SRC elections
2/9/2015 21:56
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) students command has taken control in a fiercely contested election of the North West University Student Representative council.
 
Pharmaceutical sector faces shortage of professionalsPharmaceutical sector faces shortage of professionals
2/9/2015 17:51
The shortage of pharmacists remains the biggest challenge facing the pharmacy sector in South Africa today.
 
SAA under fire from parliamentSAA under fire from parliament
2/9/2015 17:45
Parliament's Standing Committee on Finance has criticised both the Board and management of SA Airways for failing to implement its turn-around strategy.
 
Umlazi residents protest alleged rapist's bail applicationUmlazi residents protest alleged rapist's bail application
2/9/2015 17:12
Dozens of community members are protesting at the Umlazi Magistrate's Court, south of Durban, against the granting of bail to a suspect arrested in connection with the rape of a 15-year-old teenager.
 
ConCourt to decide on medical negligence petitionConCourt to decide on medical negligence petition
2/9/2015 16:31
Two lawyers and a medical doctor have petitioned the Constitutional Court after the High Court ordered that they be held personally liable for some of the costs in a medical negligence trial.
 
New Ferrari 458 crashes into a treeNew Ferrari 458 crashes into a tree
2/9/2015 9:38
A Johannesburg driver accidentally crashed the Ferrari 458 spider into a tree, early Wednesday morning at Eagle Canyon Estate, according to EWN.
 
Vodacom downplays ‘Please Call Me’ innovator's contributionVodacom downplays ‘Please Call Me’ innovator's contribution
1/9/2015 21:54
Cell phone giant, Vodacom, had a tough time explaining to the Constitutional Court why it shouldn't reward a former employee who came up with the Please Call Me concept.
 
Authorities monitor Southern Cape following heavy rainsAuthorities monitor Southern Cape following heavy rains
1/9/2015 21:49
Emergency services are on high alert across the Eden District in the Southern Cape and Little Karoo following overnight rain across the region.
 
Women should explore options in construction: FredericksWomen should explore options in construction: Fredericks
1/9/2015 21:39
Human Settlement Deputy Minister Zoe Kota-Fredericks has called on women to seize opportunities found in the construction sector.
 
Stellenbosch University VC admits to racism at the institutionStellenbosch University VC admits to racism at the institution
1/9/2015 20:48
Stellenbosch University Vice-Chancellor, Wim de Villiers, has admitted to racism at his university.
 


 

 


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