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Court to decide on Palestinian billboard removal
57 minutes ago
Court to decide on Palestinian billboard removalThe South Gauteng High Court is to decide on whether freedom of expression was infringed when billboards supporting Palestine were removed from the Johannesburg city centre in 2012.
Rat bite child smiles
2/9/2014 2:05
Rat bite child smilesBaby Erena is slowly feeling better after she lost three fingers and part of her nose in a vicious rat attack last week.
SARS axes corrupt staff
28 minutes ago
At least 19 South African Revenue Service (SARS) employees have been arrested and 20 others dismissed over corruption and fraud related charges in the past year, SARS spokesperson Adrian Lackay has revealed.
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.
 
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.
Public input on effects of E-toll begins Public input on effects of E-toll begins
27/8/2014 8:16
Public consultations on the socio-economic impact of the e-tolls will begin on Wednesday.
 
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.
 
Oscar's defence conclude closing arguments Oscar's defence conclude closing arguments
8/8/2014 7:41
Final arguments will be heard at the High Court in Pretoria on Friday by murder-accused paralympian Oscar Pistorius's defence team.
Oscar witness felt ''''attacked'''': Report Oscar witness felt 'attacked': Report
25/8/2014 8:32
Annette Stipp, one of the prosecution's witnesses in the Oscar Pistorius murder trial said being questioned on the stand felt like a personal attack
 
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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SARS axes corrupt staffSARS axes corrupt staff
28 minutes ago
At least 19 South African Revenue Service (SARS) employees have been arrested and 20 others dismissed over corruption and fraud related charges in the past year, SARS spokesperson Adrian Lackay has revealed.
 
Court to decide on Palestinian billboard removalCourt to decide on Palestinian billboard removal
57 minutes ago
The South Gauteng High Court is to decide on whether freedom of expression was infringed when billboards supporting Palestine were removed from the Johannesburg city centre in 2012.
 
Rat bite child smilesRat bite child smiles
2/9/2014 2:05
Baby Erena is slowly feeling better after she lost three fingers and part of her nose in a vicious rat attack last week.
 
Vavi ‘fancies Madonsela’Vavi ‘fancies Madonsela’
2/9/2014 1:49
The South African Communist Party in the Moses Mabhida region has launched a scathing attack on Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi for his comments on the public protector’s report into the controversial Nkandla security upgrades.
 
Police seek inside infoPolice seek inside info
2/9/2014 1:39
Gauteng police are concerned about the increasing number of violent armed robberies in the province and called for the public to assist them with information about planned robberies.
 
Police investigate torching of homesPolice investigate torching of homes
2/9/2014 1:16
The police in Limpopo have condemned the burning of four houses of suspects who allegedly killed 60-year-old Elina Mphaphuli and set up a police task team to investigate the killing.
 
Cop murder suspects in courtCop murder suspects in court
2/9/2014 1:07
Three suspects, including two police officers, made a brief appearance in the Umbumbulu Magistrate’s Court on the KZN South Coast in connection with the murder of another officer yesterday.
 
National Arbor Week launched,SowetoNational Arbor Week launched,Soweto
2/9/2014 12:56
As part of an annual Arbor Week launch, about 4500 trees were yesterday planted in Soweto by the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, which kick started the national Arbor Week launch in Mofolo City Park in Soweto.
 
Tuks experiences another suicideTuks experiences another suicide
2/9/2014 12:47
The University of Pretoria has confirmed another suicide at its Hatfield campus in the early hours of yesterday morning.
 
State requests postponementState requests postponement
1/9/2014 20:14
The State has asked for a postponement in the matter between King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo of the Abathembu and President Jacob Zuma, the presidency said on Monday.
 
Man killed in Durban lift accidentMan killed in Durban lift accident
1/9/2014 19:44
A 20-year-old man was killed in Durban on Monday when the goods elevator in which he was working fell, police said.
 
Kagiso police investigating two murdersKagiso police investigating two murders
1/9/2014 19:26
Police in Kagiso, on the West Rand, launched a manhunt on Monday following two murders in the township.
 
Judgment reserved in bishop's caseJudgment reserved in bishop's case
1/9/2014 19:14
The Pietermaritzburg High Court on Monday reserved judgment in a case about restoring a former bishop to his role and authority.
 
Black Lonmin employee treated last: LawyerBlack Lonmin employee treated last: Lawyer
1/9/2014 17:47
A black Lonmin employee was the last to receive medical attention despite being the worst-injured during violence in Marikana.
 
Mpumalanga rape-accused 'annoyed' at magistrateMpumalanga rape-accused 'annoyed' at magistrate
1/9/2014 17:24
A Mpumalanga rape suspect believed to be mentally ill on Monday told a magistrate she annoys him.
 






 

 


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