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IFP councillor killed in KZN
20/4/2014 16:54
IFP councillor killed in KZNThe KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Nomusa Dube-Ncube on Sunday condemned the killing of Inkatha Freedom Party councillor Neliswa Nzuza.
Anglican church urges people to vote
20/4/2014 14:13
Anglican church urges people to voteThe Anglican Archbishop in South Africa called on South Africans to use their right to vote, amid a campaign to spoil ballot papers.
Five injured in KZN accident
20/4/2014 17:33
Five people were injured when a car they were travelling in overturned and crashed down an embankment on the R103 in Cato Ridge, KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday, paramedics said.
Voters will say if the ANC has a problem: Ramaphosa Voters will say if the ANC has a problem: Ramaphosa
20/4/2014 15:07
African National Congress deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday down-played problems that have engulfed the party and said only voters can say there is a problem.
Man injured after hitting memorial cross Man injured after hitting memorial cross
20/4/2014 14:08
A motorcyclist has been critically injured after his bike apparently hit a metal memorial cross lying on Wilgerood Road near Ouklip, west of Johannesburg, paramedics said on Sunday.
 
Five injured in KZN accident Five injured in KZN accident
20/4/2014 17:33
Five people were injured when a car they were travelling in overturned and crashed down an embankment on the R103 in Cato Ridge, KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday, paramedics said.
Zuma''s legacy will be judged by Nkandla: Makgoba Zuma's legacy will be judged by Nkandla: Makgoba
20/4/2014 7:42
The legacy of President Jacob Zuma is contingent on how he deals with the issue of upgrades to his Nkandla homestead, Cape Town Archbishop Thabo Makgoba said at a march outside Parliament on Saturday.
 
DA goes to court over food parcels DA goes to court over food parcels
20/4/2014 12:12
The Democratic Alliance is set to take the ANC and the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) to court over the alleged distribution of food parcels at ANC election rallies, the Sunday Times reported.
Two boys killed in Cape Town accident Two boys killed in Cape Town accident
20/4/2014 7:21
Two six-year-old boys were killed on Symphony Way in Belville, Cape Town, on Saturday night, paramedics said.
 
Worshippers wooed! Worshippers wooed!
17/4/2014 12:07
As thousands of ZCC and St Angenas worshippers flock to Moria City outside Polokwane for their annual pilgrimage, politicians representing almost all political parties will be among them hoping to woo their votes.
Zuma to campaign in Peter Mokaba region Zuma to campaign in Peter Mokaba region
17/4/2014 10:07
President Jacob Zuma is in the Peter Mokaba region of Limpopo province. The visit forms part of a two day campaign to engage voters ahead of the May 7th election.
 
Man in court over dehorning live rhino Man in court over dehorning live rhino
17/4/2014 16:08
A Mozambican man accused of dehorning a white rhino while the animal was still alive appeared in the Nelspruit Regional Court.
Mavuso makes siSwati radio station proud with the MTN award Mavuso makes siSwati radio station proud with the MTN award
17/4/2014 12:16
The Nelspruit-based SABC’s siSwati radio station Ligwalagwala FM has made headlines by winning in the MTN Radio Awards.
 
Axe man arrest lauded Axe man arrest lauded
17/4/2014 9:48
The MEC for transport, safety and liaison, Mac Jack has commended all law enforcement agencies for the swift arrest of the “axe killer” in the Douglas area.
Block’s witnesses back-up God denial Block’s witnesses back-up God denial
15/4/2014 8:29
The ANC chairman in the province, John Block, has broken his silence on media reports suggesting that he had likened Zuma to God.
 
Two Eastern Cape men nabbed for illegal firearms Two Eastern Cape men nabbed for illegal firearms
17/4/2014 10:09
Two men were arrested in Mthatha on Thursday for allegedly being in possession of illegal firearms and ammunition, Eastern Cape police said.
Former car guard now a senior lecturer in tourism Former car guard now a senior lecturer in tourism
16/4/2014 8:34
From being a car guard to doing piece jobs to becoming a senior lecturer at a South African university.
 
Merger shortcomings Merger shortcomings
17/4/2014 12:28
An evaluation of the merger process at the North West University (NWU) has exposed major shortcomings 10 years since the former University of North West, Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education and the Sebokeng campus of then Vista University came together in 2004.
Station to light up township Station to light up township
17/4/2014 10:23
The R60m electricity distribution substation to support electrification to 3000 new housing units in Tlhabologang township near Coligny will be completed by the end of next month, Premier Thandi Modise announced this week.
 
Transport minister urges safety as she launches Cross-Alive at border Transport minister urges safety as she launches Cross-Alive at border
19/4/2014 8:07
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters urged motorists and pedestrians to Cross-Alive at the border that links the Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho and South Africa.
Game auction nets province top dollar hunting packages Game auction nets province top dollar hunting packages
17/4/2014 12:33
The game auction recently hosted by the department of economic development, tourism and environmental affairs at Willem Pretorius Nature Reserve was a huge success, say its organisers.
 
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Five injured in KZN accidentFive injured in KZN accident
20/4/2014 17:33
Five people were injured when a car they were travelling in overturned and crashed down an embankment on the R103 in Cato Ridge, KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday, paramedics said.
 
IFP councillor killed in KZNIFP councillor killed in KZN
20/4/2014 16:54
The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Nomusa Dube-Ncube on Sunday condemned the killing of Inkatha Freedom Party councillor Neliswa Nzuza.
 
Heavy traffic expected on Sunday and MondayHeavy traffic expected on Sunday and Monday
20/4/2014 15:33
Heavy traffic was expected on South Africa's major road routes and at border posts as people who had travelled for the Easter weekend began returning home, the Road Traffic Management Corporation said on Sunday.
 
Voters will say if the ANC has a problem: RamaphosaVoters will say if the ANC has a problem: Ramaphosa
20/4/2014 15:07
African National Congress deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday down-played problems that have engulfed the party and said only voters can say there is a problem.
 
ANC set for two-thirds majority - pollANC set for two-thirds majority - poll
20/4/2014 14:19
The African National Congress (ANC) is on course to win nearly a two-thirds majority in May 7 elections, a poll showed on Sunday, confounding analysts who had predicted a fall in support for ruling party 20 years after the end of apartheid.
 
Anglican church urges people to voteAnglican church urges people to vote
20/4/2014 14:13
The Anglican Archbishop in South Africa called on South Africans to use their right to vote, amid a campaign to spoil ballot papers.
 
Man injured after hitting memorial crossMan injured after hitting memorial cross
20/4/2014 14:08
A motorcyclist has been critically injured after his bike apparently hit a metal memorial cross lying on Wilgerood Road near Ouklip, west of Johannesburg, paramedics said on Sunday.
 
Man hands himself over after hostel stabbingMan hands himself over after hostel stabbing
20/4/2014 12:07
A man who allegedly stabbed another man to death at Jacobs Hostel, in Durban, has handed himself over to police, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Sunday.
 
DA goes to court over food parcelsDA goes to court over food parcels
20/4/2014 12:12
The Democratic Alliance is set to take the ANC and the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) to court over the alleged distribution of food parcels at ANC election rallies, the Sunday Times reported.
 
South African climbers safe after Everest avalanche: reportSouth African climbers safe after Everest avalanche: report
20/4/2014 11:55
South African climbers were safe following an avalanche on Mount Everest, the world's highest mountain, which left at least 13 Nepalese mountain guides dead, the City Press reported.
 
Parties go to churchParties go to church
20/4/2014 11:39
Leaders of different political parties were on Sunday attending a church service at Tirano church in De Deur, south of Johannesburg.
 
Man dies in KZN accidentMan dies in KZN accident
20/4/2014 10:26
A man died and two others were injured when their car rolled on the N2 near Sibaya on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast on Sunday morning, paramedics said.
 
Zuma's legacy will be judged by Nkandla: MakgobaZuma's legacy will be judged by Nkandla: Makgoba
20/4/2014 7:42
The legacy of President Jacob Zuma is contingent on how he deals with the issue of upgrades to his Nkandla homestead, Cape Town Archbishop Thabo Makgoba said at a march outside Parliament on Saturday.
 
One dead, one injured in KwaZulu-Natal crashOne dead, one injured in KwaZulu-Natal crash
20/4/2014 7:30
One person died and another person was injured when a car overturned on the R102 near Tinley manor, KwaZulu-Natal, on Saturday afternoon, paramedics said.
 
Two boys killed in Cape Town accidentTwo boys killed in Cape Town accident
20/4/2014 7:21
Two six-year-old boys were killed on Symphony Way in Belville, Cape Town, on Saturday night, paramedics said.
 


 

 


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