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Arms deal inquiry cost taxpayers R80m
Arms deal inquiry cost taxpayers R80m Pretoria - Taxpayers have forked out over R80m so far to fund the Seriti Commission of Inquiry into allegations of corruption in the multi-billion rand 1999 arms deal,...
Baba L se beserings was nie ‘per ongeluk’ nie
Baba L se beserings was nie ‘per ongeluk’ nie Pretoria - 'n Tweejarige dogtertjie wat slegs as Baba L bekend staan, se beserings is nie per ongeluk opgedoen nie, sy was die slagoffer van mishandeling, het 'n mediese...
EFF report on Parly agenda for Thursday
EFF report on Parly agenda for Thursday Cape Town - A report likely to result in the suspension of Economic Freedom Fighters MPs from Parliament for up to 30 days will finally be tabled in the National Assembly...
Municipal by-elections across the country today
Municipal by-elections across the country today Johannesburg - Municipal by-elections are set to take place on Wednesday across the country, where 81 candidates will be contesting 31 wards, according to the Electoral...
Mystery Eskom recovery plan in the pipeline
Mystery Eskom recovery plan in the pipeline Johannesburg - A plan is in the making for Eskom's financial and operational recovery, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
SA woman arrested in Kenya for drugs
SA woman arrested in Kenya for drugs Mombasa - A 45-year-old South African woman has been in arrested in Kenya for allegedly being in possession of cocaine with a street value of R1.7 million, the SABC...
'Dr Death' sentencing hearing to begin
"Dr Death" sentencing hearing to begin Pretoria - The sentencing hearing of Dr Wouter Basson before the Health Professions Council of SA (HPCSA) is expected to begin on Wednesday in Pretoria.
No names to be published with matric results
No names to be published with matric results Pretoria - Matric results published in newspapers would only reflect the ID and exam numbers of pupils and not their names, the department of basic education said on...
Judge to decide on Dewani discharge
Judge to decide on Dewani discharge Cape Town - British businessman Shrien Dewani will have to wait almost two weeks to hear whether his application to be discharged of killing his wife has been successful...
Life is not easy: Cele
Life is not easy: Cele Pretoria - Life is very difficult particularly for young people who choose not to work, Deputy Agriculture Minister Bheki Cele said on Tuesday.
Zuma not avoiding parliament: Maharaj
Zuma not avoiding parliament: Maharaj Cape Town - President Jacob Zuma is not side-stepping his duties to answer questions in Parliament, presidency spokesman Mac Maharaj said on Tuesday.
Spur denies scary rumour
Spur denies scary rumour The food chain Spur Steak Ranches has denied claims made on Facebook that some of its sauces contain faeces and are served to its white customers.
ANCYL conference to be held in two phases
ANCYL conference to be held in two phases Johannesburg - The ANC Youth League's elective congress due to have started on Wednesday has been converted into a consultative conference, with the elective phase...
GDP up by 1.4 percent: Stats SA
GDP up by 1.4 percent: Stats SA Johannesburg - South Africa's real gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 1.4 percent during the third quarter of 2014, Statistics SA (Stats SA) said on Tuesday.
Domestic wages adjusted
Domestic wages adjusted Cape Town - Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant has upwardly adjusted domestic workers' annual wages in line with the new minimum wage, her office said on Tuesday.
Edu dept sorting university applications stuck at Post Office due to strike
Edu dept sorting university applications stuck at Post Office due to strike Johannesburg - The Department of Higher Education says the process of sorting university applications stuck at the Post Office will get underway soon.
Find students accused of alleged racist assault: ANC
Find students accused of alleged racist assault: ANC Cape Town - Authorities must make haste in finding the university students who allegedly assaulted a 52-year-old woman in Cape Town, the ANC in the Western Cape said on...
SAA stands by Bezuidenhout
SAA stands by Bezuidenhout Pretoria - The SAA board stood by its appointment of Nico Bezuidenhout as acting chief executive officer (CEO), it said on Tuesday.
Mpumalanga legislature spends over R10m on food: report
Mpumalanga legislature spends over R10m on food: report Witbank - The Mpumalanga legislature spent over R10 million on food for the year of 2013/2014, the Sowetan reported on Tuesday.
Zuma to launch 16 Days of Activism campaign in Reiger Park
Zuma to launch 16 Days of Activism campaign in Reiger Park Johannesburg - President Jacob Zuma is expected to launch the 16th edition of the global 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children campaign during an...
Fedsas verwelkom hoër slaagvereistes, maar...
Fedsas verwelkom hoër slaagvereistes, maar... Johannesburg - Die Federasie van Beheerliggame van Suid-Afrikaanse Skole (Fedsas) verwelkom die onderwysdepartment se pogings om die kwaliteit van onderrig te verbeter,...
Video: ‘Tornado’ tref Soweto
Video: ‘Tornado’ tref Soweto Johannesburg - Die Suid-Afrikaanse Weerdiens kan nie bevestig of 'n tornado Maandagmiddag tydens 'n sterk storm in Protea Glen in Soweto, Gauteng voorgekom het nie.
Kragnetwerk bly onder druk
Kragnetwerk bly onder druk Johannesburg - Die kragnetwerk sal na verwagting vir die volgende paar dae tydens piektye in die aand onder druk wees, het Eskom gesê.
Malema glo deur veiligheidswag rondgestamp
Malema glo deur veiligheidswag rondgestamp Johannesburg - Julius Malema, leier van die Ekonomiese Vryheidsvegters (EFF) en 'n veiligheidswag was glo Maandag in 'n onderonsie in Parktown, Johannesburg toe...
Ramaphosa denies ANC didn't want parly peace accord
Ramaphosa denies ANC didn't want parly peace accord Johannesburg - Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has denied opposition parties claims that a parliamentary peace deal was called off because the ANC didn't want it.
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