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28 March 2017
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Zuma unveils UN's global water and sanitation plan
President Jacob Zuma unveiled the United Nation's (UN's) broad-based plan to provide water and sanitation for 10 billion people by 2030 on Wednesday. Zuma was part of the UN's high level panel on...
22 Mar 2017
Two in court not charged with chief justice office break-in
Two people who appeared in the Mamelodi Magistrate's Court on Wednesday are not linked to the robbery at the Office of the Chief Justice, their lawyer said. Given Msimango, 20, and Bigboy Jose, 37,...
We need to change how we use water - World Bank
The world needs to transform the way it manages its water, Professor Patrick Verkooijen of the World Bank said on Wednesday. To accelerate the transformation, World Bank President Jim Kim and...
ANC gives Lungisa ultimatum to step down as Nelson Mandela Bay leader
A defiant Andile Lungisa has until Thursday to resign from his African National Congress (ANC) regional leadership position, or face the consequences. Lungisa was recently elected as the...
Date set for first step in possible Zille disciplinary inquiry
The Democratic Alliance (DA) has set a date for the first steps of a possible disciplinary inquiry into Western Cape Premier Helen Zille's comments about colonialism, James Selfe, the chairperson...
'Never fall into the trap of defending wrongdoing' – Derek Hanekom
Never fall into the trap of defending wrongdoing, chairperson of the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation Derek Hanekom warned on Tuesday. He was speaking at a multi-faith prayer session at Liliesleaf Farm...
3 arrested for break-in at Chief Justice offices
Three suspects have been arrested for the break-in at the offices of the Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng, and police are looking for a Mr Nkosinathi Msimango whom they believe can assist with their...
S&P affirms Eskom rating on ‘extremely high’ likelihood of govt support as liquidity weakens
S&P Global Ratings has sustained a negative outlook on Eskom after affirming its 'BB-' sub-investment-grade rating this week, pointing to the State-owned electricity utility’s weakening liquidity...
Zuma to open UN World Water Day summit in Durban
South Africa President Jacob Zuma will on Wednesday open the United Nations (UN) World Water Day Summit and Expo in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. Zuma is the chairperson of the Heads of State Committee on...
Mission to deepen bilateral relations between SA and Ghana
The trade and investment mission to Ghana is a continued effort to consolidate bilateral relations between the two African countries on political and economic levels, the South African High...
More claims against high-profile figures expected in ex-Mandela cop’s case
More details about highly influential figures and their alleged links to mafioso Vito Palazzolo are expected to emerge in the Western Cape High Court on Wednesday. Major-General Andre Lincoln is...
Phahlane to brief media on chief justice office robbery
Acting national police commissioner Lieutenant General Khomotso Phahlane is expected to brief the media on Wednesday on the recent robbery at the offices of the chief justice in Midrand. Phahlane...
Human rights incomplete without land – EFF
Human rights will always be incomplete without land, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) said on Tuesday. In commemoration of the Sharpeville, Langa and Uitenhage massacres, the party again called...
Zim gives SA 'thumbs up' for efforts in ending xenophobia
Zimbabwean authorities have reportedly given the South African government a 'thumbs up' for its efforts in ending xenophobic violence. According to Chronicle, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs,...
Namibian president calls for land expropriation
Namibia's president said Tuesday that the government is considering radical land expropriation to spur the transfer of property to the country's black majority. Speaking at Namibia's 27th...
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