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  • SA Express employees in R250m crowdfunding bid to buy their airline September 18, 2020
    Amid the overnight, worldwide crash of the air travel industry, a group of retrenched SA Express employees have an ambitious plan to raise R250-million in seed funding to buy the cash-strapped airline. The post SA Express employees in R250m crowdfunding bid to buy their airline appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • Clicks-bait: EFF MP’s new parole probe September 18, 2020
    Kenny Motsamai, a parolee who is also an EFF MP, could be sent back to jail if correctional services finds he violated his parole conditions The post Clicks-bait: EFF MP’s new parole probe appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • Dancing on the grave of Covid? September 18, 2020
    Lay low for now as lockdown lifts to level one and let’s Jerusalema when the long arm of the law reaches Luthuli House The post Dancing on the grave of Covid? appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • Government must give a helping hand to learners who drop out September 18, 2020
    We cannot simply accept that 75 000 young people or more have dropped out of school this year and that life continues as normal — we need to give them opportunities The post Government must give a helping hand to learners who drop out appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • The tender that keeps on giving September 18, 2020
    A battle between three North West departments has exposed how a firm was paid half a billion rand (and counting) for a R122-million contract The post The tender that keeps on giving appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • Inside Zim’s illicit gold mine trade September 18, 2020
    Desperate people mine the mineral, but it is ‘untouchable big people’, including top state officials, who reap the real benefits The post Inside Zim’s illicit gold mine trade appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.

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  • Western Cape top cop gunned down, Hawks investigating September 18, 2020
    Western Cape police say the Hawks will investigate circumstances, which led to the fatal shooting of senior detective in the Anti Gang Unit Lt Colonel  Charl Kinnear. The post Western Cape top cop gunned down, Hawks investigating appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African […]
  • Publisher wins bid to force Makhado municipality to divulge information on sale of sites September 18, 2020
    A publisher of a local newspaper in Louis Trichardt, Limpopo, has successfully used the magistrate's court to apply the Promotion of Access to Information Act, PAIA, of 2000 to force the Makhado Municipality to divulge information on the sale of sites for development. The post Publisher wins bid to force Makhado municipality to divulge information […]
  • Kroonstad community bids emotional farewell to 9-year-old Boipelo Sesele September 18, 2020
    Scores of community members bid farewell to nine-year-old  Boipelo Sesele at an emotional funeral service in Maokeng, Kroonstad in the Free State. The post Kroonstad community bids emotional farewell to 9-year-old Boipelo Sesele appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news […]
  • Ulundi, Vryheid are some of GBV hotspots in KZN: Nzimande September 18, 2020
    Minister of Higher Education and Training Dr Blade Nzimande says Ulundi and Vryheid are some of the gender based violence hotspots in northern KwaZulu-Natal. Nzimande was speaking during a visit to the Zululand district to attend the launch of health and wellness mobile clinics. The post Ulundi, Vryheid are some of GBV hotspots in KZN: […]
  • Frustration over closure of about 50 ECD centres in Ga-Rankuwa September 18, 2020
    The majority of early development learning centres in Ga-Rankuwa, north of Pretoria, remain shut. The closure of the learning facilities has led to job losses for about 300 workers. Three thousand children are also affected as they no longer attend classes. The post Frustration over closure of about 50 ECD centres in Ga-Rankuwa appeared first […]
  • Butterworth residents decry water shortage September 18, 2020
    Butterworth residents in the Eastern Cape threaten to boycott the upcoming local government elections due to lack of water in the area. The post Butterworth residents decry water shortage appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader..

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  • AfriForum se Centurion-tak maak sakekern in Valhalla skoon September 18, 2020
    Die AfriForum-tak in Centurion het op 17 September ’n skoonmaakprojek in Valhalla se sentrale sakekern gehou. Hierdie gebied is al ’n geruime tyd onnet en die tak het talle klagtes daaroor ontvang. Die tak het gevolglik ’n kontrakteur aangestel om die vullis te verwyder, asook om die onkruid wat teen die sypaadjies groei met gif te […]
  • AfriForum se Endicott-plaaswag trek vermeende dief vas September 18, 2020
    Lede van AfriForum se Endicott-plaaswag wat deel van AfriForum se Springs-buurtwag vorm, het vandag ’n vermeende misdadiger vasgetrek nadat daar op ’n lid se noodroep gereageer is. Die lid het die verdagte, wat reeds geruime tyd in die Endicott- en Vischkuil-gemeenskap gesoek word, op sy perseel gewaar waarna hy die plaaswag in kennis gestel het. […]
  • AfriForum skenk nartjies aan bejaardes September 18, 2020
    AfriForum het sy Wes-Kaapse immuunstelsel-inisiatief na die Helderbergkom uitgebrei nadat die organisasie hierdie projek in Mei in die Kaapse metropool van stapel gestuur het. 800 kg nartjies is aan 1 600 bejaardes in verskeie ouetehuise en aftreeoorde in Somerset-Wes en Strand geskenk. Daar is veral gefokus op ouetehuise, aftreeoorde en ander instansies in Somerset-Wes en […]
  • AfriForum skep hoop in Orania tydens boomplantmaand September 18, 2020
    Die AfriForum-tak in Orania het tydens boomplantmaand Nova-nartjiebome en amandelbome aan die Gannabos Behuising in dié dorp geskenk. Die doel van AfriForum se boomplantmaandprojek is nie net om die omgewing te verbeter nie, maar ook om hoop te skep vir toekomstige generasies. Volgens Lambert de Klerk, AfriForum se bestuurder vir Omgewingsake, is dié projek deel […]
  • AfriForum se Bloemhof-tak ontsmet tehuis vir bejaardes September 18, 2020
    Die AfriForum-tak in Bloemhof het op 17 September die Japie Kritzinger Tehuis vir Bejaardes op dié dorp ontsmet. Die tak het vroeër vanjaar toerusting aangekoop om sodoende ondernemings en ander instansies met die ontsmetting van hul terreine en geboue te ondersteun. Gedurende die inperkingstyd het die tak die plaaslike polisiestasie, skole, ’n hospitaal, ondernemings en […]
  • AfriForum se Ermelo-buurtwag ontvang toerusting September 18, 2020
    AfriForum se Ermelo-buurtwag het patrollietoerusting ontvang wat glimbaadjies, patrolliemagnete en patrollieligte insluit. AfriForum se patrolleerders ontvang opleiding in dié toerusting, wat tydens patrollies gebruik kan word. AfriForum se patrolleerders regoor Suid-Afrika ontvang dieselfde opleiding en toerusting om te verseker dat al AfriForum se veiligheidstrukture as ’n eenheid kan werk en erkenbaar is. “Hierdie toerusting saam […]

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  • COVID-19 remains a threat, says Dlamini-Zuma September 18, 2020
    South Africans will soon be able to give their friends and family the best send off, as more mourners will be permitted to attend funerals from Monday under alert Level 1.
  • SA to keep close watch on countries’ COVID-19 status as borders reopen September 18, 2020
    Government says while a ban will be put in place for international countries still experiencing high infection rates when South Africa reopens its border for global travellers, this will be reviewed regularly.
  • Government reprioritises funding to restructure SAA September 18, 2020
    The Department of Public Enterprise (DPE) on Friday confirmed that government will reprioritise funds to finalise the restructuring of South African Airways (SAA) and the implementation of the airline’s business rescue plan.
  • IEC to hold postponed by-elections September 18, 2020
    The Electoral Commission (IEC) has set the deadline of 11 November 2020 to clear the backlog of all outstanding by-elections postponed during the COVID-19 lockdown.
  • Health Minister mourns passing of Dr Abdulhay Munshi September 18, 2020
    Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has sent his condolences to the family and friends of Dr Abdulhay Munshi, who was allegedly murdered on Wednesday afternoon.
  • Have your say on GBV Bills September 18, 2020
    Parliament has urged all South Africans to participate in the public consultation process to strengthen the current draft legislation dealing with gender-based violence (GBV).
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