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Greeks vote in referendum to determine country's economic fate
Greeks vote in referendum to determine country's economic fate Athens - Greece is voting on Sunday on its bailout conditions in a snap referendum with far-reaching consequences for the debt-laden country and the rest of Europe.
Almost R3m spent on Zulu king's private flights: report
Almost R3m spent on Zulu king's private flights: report Johannesburg - Taxpayers have reportedly forked out almost R3 million on private flights for Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini to attend social and official engagements -...
Marikana inquiry cost R153m: report
Marikana inquiry cost R153m: report Johannesburg - The Marikana inquiry into the killing of 34 mineworkers in 2012 cost a total of R153 million, according to the Sunday Times.
Consultants for Naval Hill Edge Restaurant owed R400 000
Consultants for Naval Hill Edge Restaurant owed R400 000 Bloemfontein - Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality owes professional consultants who worked on Naval Hill's Edge Restaurant R400 000.
Marikana: EFF has good chance of achieving full in-depth investigation
Marikana: EFF has good chance of achieving full in-depth investigation Johannesburg - A legal expert believes the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) have a decent chance of achieving a full in-depth investigation against the top government...
SA's R600 million train blunder
SA's R600 million train blunder Johannesburg - South African railways officials imported brand new locomotives from Europe worth hundreds of millions of rand despite explicit warnings that the trains...
SA can take important lessons from Greek financial crisis
SA can take important lessons from Greek financial crisis Pretoria - An economist says South Africa can take important lessons from the financial crisis in Greece.
'Heroes' Acre should be accessible to all who fought in the struggle'
'Heroes' Acre should be accessible to all who fought in the struggle' Bloemfontein - Heroes' Acre, the burial place for struggle heroes in Phahameng location in Bloemfontein, will soon undergo a make-over of one of the ANC stalwarts laid to...
Tunisia president declares emergency
Tunisia president declares emergency Tunis - Tunisian President Beji Caid Essibsi on Saturday declared a state of emergency in the country, a week after 38 tourists were killed in an attack on a holiday...
Govt in bid to educate millions without Grade 9
Govt in bid to educate millions without Grade 9 Johannesburg – The government intends to provide education for about 12 million adults and youth with less than a Grade 9 by opening Community Education and Training...
Three, including cop, appear in FS court for housebreaking
Three, including cop, appear in FS court for housebreaking Viljoenskroon - Three suspects including a police constable have appeared in a Free State court on charges of housebreaking and theft.
FS police claim more Operation Fiela success
FS police claim more Operation Fiela success Bloemfontein - Free State police have arrested 481 people in the past week during Operation Fiela.
NC municipalities' disclaimers during last audit period highlighted
NC municipalities' disclaimers during last audit period highlighted Kimberley - Municipalities in the Northern Cape make up a big chunk of the total number of municipalities in the country that received disclaimers during the last audit...
Horse racing enthusiasts stream to betting centres ahead of Durban July
Horse racing enthusiasts stream to betting centres ahead of Durban July Durban - Hundreds of eager Central South African horse racing enthusiasts are streaming to their nearest betting centres ahead of today’s 119th edition of the Durban July...
Water shouldn’t be politicised: DA
Water shouldn’t be politicised: DA Bloemfontein - The DA in the Free State says the supply of water to residents should not be a political issue.
Waterbeperkings in Bloemfontein ingestel, 20% prysverhoging
Waterbeperkings in Bloemfontein ingestel, 20% prysverhoging Bloemfontein - Waterbeperkings gaan vir die eerste keer in 32 jaar in Bloemfontein ingestel word.
SADC agree to commission of inquiry into recent turmoil in Lesotho
SADC agree to commission of inquiry into recent turmoil in Lesotho Pretoria - Regional leaders decided at a summit in Pretoria on Friday night to establish an urgent independent commission of inquiry into the killing of Lesotho’s former...
Calls for SADC to take action to stabilise Lesotho
Calls for SADC to take action to stabilise Lesotho Pretoria - Opposition parties are calling for the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to take action to stabilise the situation in Lesotho.
NPA files papers in 'spy tapes' case
NPA files papers in 'spy tapes' case Pretoria - After failing to file its head of arguments in the so-called "spy tapes" case last month, the National Prosecuting Authority finally did so on Friday.
Mangaung Metro implements water restrictions
Mangaung Metro implements water restrictions Bloemfontein - The Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality has taken a decision to start implementing water restrictions in Mangaung for the first time in 32 years.
Judge refuses application by environmental rights group to stage picket at Durban July
Judge refuses application by environmental rights group to stage picket at Durban July Durban - A bid by a Durban environmental group to stage a picket by 500 people at the country’s premier racing event was on Friday thwarted by a Durban High Court judge.
NW government appoints new director general
NW government appoints new director general Rustenburg - Former chief operation officer of the national department of co-operative governance and traditional affairs, Dr Lydia Keneilwe Sebego has been appointed as...
Marikana miners threaten to occupy houses illegally
Marikana miners threaten to occupy houses illegally Rustenburg - Mineworkers in Marikana have threatened to forcefully occupy housing units in Marikana Extension 2, the North West portfolio committee on local government...
Vise-rektor klim Berg Fuji om beursgeld in te samel
Vise-rektor klim Berg Fuji om beursgeld in te samel Port Elizabeth - Die vise-kanselier van die Nelson Mandela Metropolitaanse Universiteit, Derrick Swartz, gaan aanstaande maand die berg Fuji in Japan uitklim om beursgeld...
Kathu-ontworteldes slaap vanaand weer onder die sterre
Kathu-ontworteldes slaap vanaand weer onder die sterre Kathu - Die 1 200 Mapoteng-huishoudings buite Kathu in die Noord-Kaap gaan vir 'n tweede agtereenvolgende nag onder die sterre slaap.
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