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ANC wants 'difficult State capture chapter' put to bed

20th August 2018 As the Zondo commission of inquiry into State capture got underway on Monday, the African National Congress (ANC) urged its members and others to... 

Only 6% of Joburg bridges are in good condition – JRA

20th August 2018 The City of Johannesburg says it is facing a major headache, after the Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA) said that out of the 902 bridges managed by... 

Nationwide computer glitch delays Sassa card swapping

20th August 2018 Bonisiwe Mzimela, a pensioner in her late 60s from Sweetwaters, says she has already made four trips to the South African Social Security Agency... 


Land claims must still go through the courts – Agri SA tells land owners

20th August 2018 As land expropriation without compensation gains momentum, agricultural industry association Agri SA has taken it upon itself to alert land owners... 

Finance ministers fired by Zuma to testify at State capture inquiry

20th August 2018 Two of the finance ministers who Jacob Zuma fired during his time as South Africa's president are expected to testify at the State capture... 

SABC replaces spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago after 13 years

20th August 2018 The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has replaced Kaizer Kganyago as the South African public broadcaster's spokesperson after 13... 

ANC, AgriSA to meet over expropriation, economy

20th August 2018 The African National Congress (ANC) and AgriSA, the country’s largest representative body of commercial farmers, will meet on Tuesday to discuss... 

Cape Town recognised as Africa’s 'opportunity city' - De Lille

20th August 2018 While Cape Town has been recognised as an "opportunity city" Mayor Patricia De Lille says the true test for the city will be integrating all... 

Ramaphosa to reflect on TRC for Tutu peace lecture

20th August 2018 President Cyril Ramaphosa will deliver the annual Desmond Tutu lecture, reflecting on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) as it reaches... 

Initiation Bill not intended to usurp tradition – Parliament

20th August 2018 Parliament does not intend to usurp traditional initiation while formulating the Customary Initiation Bill, said the chairperson for the Portfolio... 

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