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No obligation to make Nkandla report public: SIU
No obligation to make Nkandla report public: SIU Johannesburg - The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) does not have to make its report on security upgrades to President Jacob Zuma's home public, it said on Friday.
Fitch leaves ratings for five big SA banks unchanged
Fitch leaves ratings for five big SA banks unchanged Johannesburg - Fitch on Friday said the failure of African Bank would not see it lower its ratings for South Africa's five biggest banks as the likelihood of contagion...
IEC intends to deregister 21 political parties
IEC intends to deregister 21 political parties Johannesburg - The Electoral Commission (IEC) has given notice of its intention to deregister 21 political parties.
Gale force winds forecast for east coast
Gale force winds forecast for east coast Durban - Gale force winds are expected to batter the east coast on Friday, spreading from Cape St Francis to Kei Mouth in the afternoon, the Eastern Cape provincial...
Quake was 3.8 magnitude, not 4.6: US Geological Survey
Quake was 3.8 magnitude, not 4.6: US Geological Survey Johannesburg - The Council for Geoscience says the quake that hit South Africa on Friday morning was 3.8 magnitude, and not 4.6 as estimated by the US Geological Survey...
Zuma inquest set for November
Zuma inquest set for November Johannesburg - The formal inquest into whether President Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane can be held responsible for a fatal taxi accident was postponed in the Randburg...
Ministers fed up with Zuma's lawyers
Ministers fed up with Zuma's lawyers Cape Town - President Jacob Zuma has come under criticism from none other than his security cluster ministers for his continued reliance on his legal advisers, including...
Reward offered after jackals poisoned at elephant park
Reward offered after jackals poisoned at elephant park Durban - A reward has been offered by the Addo Elephant National Park after 36 jackals and two crows were poisoned.
No injuries reported in quake
No injuries reported in quake Johannesburg - No injuries were reported when a 4.6 magnitude earthquake hit Johannesburg in the early hours of Friday morning, paramedics said.
Verna Vels oorlede op 81
Verna Vels oorlede op 81 Johannesburg - Verna Vels, skepper van die TV-karakter Liewe Heksie, is in die ouderdom van 81 jaar dood, berig RSG.
Rugby too white: Tutu
Rugby too white: Tutu Cape Town - Anglican Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu says South Africa deserves to have a Springbok team representative of its rainbow nation, The Star reported on...
EFF defends 'staged protest' in Parliament
EFF defends "staged protest" in Parliament Cape Town - The Economic Freedom Fighters has defended its "staged protest" which caused a disruption in the National Assembly.
Seun (13) voer glo babahondjie vir veghonde
Seun (13) voer glo babahondjie vir veghonde Vredenburg - Diereliefhebbers het hul skok uitgespreek nadat 'n 13-jarige seun in Vredenburg in die Wes-Kaap glo 'n babahondjie vir twee veghonde gevoer het.
Elephant flips car in Kruger Park
Elephant flips car in Kruger Park Nelspruit - Three tourists were unhurt when an elephant flipped their car on the banks of the Sable Dam in the Kruger National Park on Thursday, the game reserve said...
Learner-School Ratio meaningless: HRC
Learner-School Ratio meaningless: HRC Pretoria - The learner-school ratio (LSR) used by the basic education department is not an accurate way to evaluate education quality, according to an SA Human Rights...
DA welcomes Ebola travel ban
DA welcomes Ebola travel ban Cape Town - The Democratic Alliance welcomed on Thursday the travel ban for non-South Africans from countries affected by the Ebola virus outbreak.
Govt issues travel ban for non-SA'ns from countries affected by Ebola
Govt issues travel ban for non-SA'ns from countries affected by Ebola Cape Town - Cabinet has issued an immediate travel ban for non-South Africans from countries that had seen Ebola virus outbreaks.
Springs couple back in court
Springs couple back in court Johannesburg - A man and his wife who allegedly assaulted and kept their five children captive in their home for several years are expected to appear in the Springs...
Jacob Zuma's son in court
Jacob Zuma's son in court Johannesburg - President Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane is expected to attend an inquest at the Randburg Magistrate's Court on Friday.
Gift of the Givers preparing to travel to Gaza
Gift of the Givers preparing to travel to Gaza Durban - Humanitarian aid agency, Gift of the Givers, is preparing to travel to Gaza to assist with relief efforts this weekend.
Video: EFF members disrupt Zuma
Video: EFF members disrupt Zuma Cape Town - Members of the Economic Freedom Fighters disrupted proceedings in the National Assembly on Thursday while President Jacob Zuma was answering questions.
SIU hands over final Nkandla report
SIU hands over final Nkandla report Cape Town - The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has handed over its final report on Nkandla to President Jacob Zuma, it said on Thursday.
No more SA temporary passports to be issued
No more SA temporary passports to be issued Bloemfontein - The South African Department of Home Affairs is to discontinue the issuing of temporary passports as an interim travel document from September 1, this year...
Motsoaledi to announce Ebola measures
Motsoaledi to announce Ebola measures Cape Town - Cabinet has decided on measures which will affect South Africans travelling to countries hardest hit by the Ebola virus, Minister in the Presidency Jeff...
Cabinet tries to calm pension fears
Cabinet tries to calm pension fears Cape Town - Government gave assurances on Thursday that proposed pension reforms will not see the state take over pension funds or prevent workers making withdrawals when...
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