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Public Protector's office won't collapse without Madonsela, her deputy says

11th March 2016 The office of the public protector is not going to collapse without Thuli Madonsela, her deputy Kevin Malunga said on Friday. Madonsela’s term as... 

Zuma should turn down salary increase - DA

11th March 2016 President Jacob Zuma should turn down his salary increase because he does not deserve it, the Democratic Alliance (DA) said on Friday. The... 

Court orders Stellies to teach in Afrikaans

11th March 2016 Civil rights group Afriforum Youth on Friday obtained an interim order forcing the University of Stellenbosch to reinstate Afrikaans as a medium of... 


UFS lecturer tells student he will see it to it that he does not register after student protests against statues

11th March 2016 The University of Free State is investigating an incident in which a faculty head apparently told a student he would see it to it that he was not... 

Disabled children to be accomodated in mainstream schools by 2021 – government

11th March 2016 The South African government will ensure students with disabilities are accommodated in mainstream schools by 2021, President Jacob Zuma announced... 

SRC leaders threatened with violence during TUT protest

11th March 2016 Five Local Student Representative Council (LSRC) leaders at the Tshwane University of Technology have been placed in safe houses following threats... 

ANC in KZN welcomes R109bn provincial budget

11th March 2016 The African National Congress (ANC) in KwaZulu-Natal has welcomed Finance MEC Belinda Scott’s R109-billion provincial budget tabled in the... 

Hope is slowly fading – Lily Mine boss

11th March 2016 Things seem bleak for the families of the three miners trapped underground at Lily Gold Mine in Mpumalanga as the CEO of Vantage Goldfields, Mike... 

DA has no right to interfere – SABC

11th March 2016 The Democratic Alliance (DA) has no right to get involved with matters between an employer and their employee, the SABC said on Thursday. The... 

Parliament votes to appoint inspector general of intelligence

11th March 2016 The bid to appoint a new inspector general of intelligence (IGI) has been revived in Parliament. Last year, after gruelling interviews,... 

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