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19 December 2014
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17 Dec 2014
 
 
Ramaphosa must answer over power cut threats – DA
ESKOM BLACKOUTS
The Democratic Alliance on Tuesday called on Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to clarify Eskom's latest threat of further rolling blackouts. Spokesperson on public enterprises Natasha Michael said...
 
 
Presidency denies Zuma link to SARS suspensions
SARS SUSPENSIONS
The Presidency on Tuesday criticised allegations made by Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille linking President Jacob Zuma to the suspension of SA Revenue Service (Sars) staff members. "The...
 
 
16 Dec 2014
 
Anger over nominations halts conference
PARTY POLITICS
Delegates burning T-shirts, swearing and arguing, and finally walking out of the hall, disrupted the EFF's national people's assembly held at the University of Free State's campus in Bloemfontein...
 
 
Follow Mandela's moral example - Ramaphosa
LEGACY
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday urged all sectors of society to behave with moral responsibility in order to further the legacy of the late former president Nelson Mandela. "If we are...
 
 
Anger over nominations halts conference
PARTY NOMINATIONS
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday urged all sectors of society to behave with moral responsibility in order to further the legacy of the late former president Nelson Mandela. "If we are...
 
 
15 Dec 2014
 
Mpofu uncontested for EFF chairperson
POLITICAN NOMINATION
Lawyer Dali Mpofu was on Sunday nominated uncontested for the position of EFF national chairman at the party's national people assembly, held in Bloemfontein. Mpofu was asked to stand up and...
 
 
12 Dec 2014
 
Cape commerce chamber laments ‘disastrous’ effect of load shedding
ELECTRICITY
The extent of the damage to industry and the costs that arise directly from load-shedding have been gravely underestimated, the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) said on Friday. “This is...
 
 
Gauteng kick starts measles vaccination campaign
HEALTH
The Gauteng Department of Health has called on parents and caregivers to take children between six months and 15 years to the nearest clinic for a measles vaccination. The department said it has...
 
 
 
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