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Reassurance that pensions will not be ‘nationalised’
22/8/2014 12:00
Reassurance that pensions will not be ‘nationalised’The Cabinet has allayed fears that the government would take away workers’ pensions, saying widespread claims about the nationalisation of the pensions were a false alarm.
Analysis: Turn of tide in rhino survival
20/8/2014 11:43
Analysis: Turn of tide in rhino survivalThe integrated strategic management of rhinoceros plan is something we can all rejoice about.
Mthethwa not on Facebook
2/9/2014 16:18
Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa on Tuesday distanced himself from a Facebook profile purporting to be him.
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1.7 million arrested, contact-related crimes decrease1.7 million arrested, contact-related crimes decrease
19/9/2014 12:19
Contact-related crimes decreased by an overall 1.3% in the 2013/2014 financial year, national police commissioner Riah Phiyega said on Friday.
 
Murder, attempted murder upMurder, attempted murder up
19/9/2014 11:21
Murder has increased by 5% in the past year, national police commissioner Riah Phiyega said on Friday.
 
Nhleko laments increased violenceNhleko laments increased violence
19/9/2014 11:15
There were higher levels of violence in society, Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko said on Friday.
 
Scottish pro-independence leader concedes defeatScottish pro-independence leader concedes defeat
19/9/2014 7:45
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond on Friday conceded defeat in his party's campaign for independence from the rest of the United Kingdom, after all but one result from the historic referendum was declared.
 
Third of municipalities doing well: GordhanThird of municipalities doing well: Gordhan
18/9/2014 13:22
Recent assessment of municipalities' performance shows over a third are doing well, Co-operative Governance Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Thursday.
 
Shivambu withdraws his middle fingerShivambu withdraws his middle finger
18/9/2014 12:43
Economic Freedom Fighters chief whip Floyd Shivambu has vowed to "publicly withdraw the middle finger" after flipping the bird at Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday.
 
Five key questions that will determine Pistorius's fateFive key questions that will determine Pistorius's fate
9/9/2014 10:03
Olympic track star Oscar Pistorius returns to court on Thursday for judgement in his murder trial.
 
Zuma congratulates Z.C.C on New Year mass celebrationZuma congratulates Z.C.C on New Year mass celebration
6/9/2014 12:36
President Jacob Zuma wished the Zion Christian Church (Z.C.C) well ahead of their annual New Year Celebration during the weekend.
 
Editorial: Pansy’s fall a lesson to allEditorial: Pansy’s fall a lesson to all
4/9/2014 9:52
Since its formation in 1993, South Africa’s Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has developed a formidable reputation for efficiently managing elections.
 
Mthethwa not on FacebookMthethwa not on Facebook
2/9/2014 16:18
Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa on Tuesday distanced himself from a Facebook profile purporting to be him.
 
SA dodges recession, posts 0.6% growthSA dodges recession, posts 0.6% growth
26/8/2014 11:37
South Africa narrowly avoided slipping into recession in the first half of the year, official data showed on Tuesday, as the economy grew by a meagre 0.6% in the second quarter.
 
Reassurance that pensions will not be ‘nationalised’Reassurance that pensions will not be ‘nationalised’
22/8/2014 12:00
The Cabinet has allayed fears that the government would take away workers’ pensions, saying widespread claims about the nationalisation of the pensions were a false alarm.
 
Analysis: Turn of tide in rhino survivalAnalysis: 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.
 
Court rules murder suspect Dewani fit to stand trialCourt rules murder suspect Dewani fit to stand trial
15/8/2014 9:57
A British millionaire businessman, Shrien Dewani, who is suspected of the honeymoon murder of his wife, is fit to stand trial, a Cape Town court ruled on Friday.
 
Africa's last polar bear dies: Johannesburg ZooAfrica's last polar bear dies: Johannesburg Zoo
13/8/2014 13:53
Africa's last polar bear has died, the Johannesburg Zoo said on Wednesday.
 


 

 




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