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  • Chilly temperatures expected this weekend July 20, 2019
    Many parts of the country will experience chilly minimum temperatures this weekend. The post Chilly temperatures expected this weekend appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader..
  • Zondo Commission says no deal to supply Zuma with questions July 19, 2019
    The State Capture Commission in Johannesburg has set the record straight regarding the agreement that secured the continued participation of former President Jacob Zuma - and says no deal was reached to supply Zuma's team with questions. The post Zondo Commission says no deal to supply Zuma with questions appeared first on SABC News - […]
  • Ramaphosa officially informs Parliament about army deployment in W Cape July 19, 2019
    President Cyril Ramaphosa has officially informed Parliament of the deployment of the army to certain parts of the Western Cape, particularly the Cape Flats. The post Ramaphosa officially informs Parliament about army deployment in W Cape appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current […]
  • Education Department in Eastern Cape condemns St Matthews teachers’ protest July 19, 2019
    The Eastern Cape, Education department has condemned the downing of tools by teachers at St Matthews High School in Keiskammahoek. The post Education Department in Eastern Cape condemns St Matthews teachers’ protest appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader..
  • Enkanini residents go on rampage after eThekwini Municipality demolishes their shacks July 19, 2019
    Some residents have found shelter in a local community Hall after their shacks were demolished by the eThekwini Municipality at the Enkanini informal settlement in Bonela outside the Durban. The post Enkanini residents go on rampage after eThekwini Municipality demolishes their shacks appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport […]
  • Family not afraid of death threats: Edward Zuma July 19, 2019
    Former President Jacob Zuma's son Edward Zuma said the family will not tolerate threats made against them. The post Family not afraid of death threats: Edward Zuma 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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  • Nkandla-gemeenskap ‘n skool ryker danksy AfriForum July 18, 2019
    Danksy die burgerregte-organisasie AfriForum gaan die Nkungumathe-gemeenskap van Nkandla na ‘n jare lange stryd nou ’n skool ryker word. Regter Rashid Vahed het gister in die hoë hof in Pietermaritzburg in die gemeenskap se guns beslis om die KwaZulu-Natalse onderwysdepartement … Continue reading → The post Nkandla-gemeenskap ‘n skool ryker danksy AfriForum appeared first on […]
  • Dink of Sink oortref verwagtinge in Verre-Noorde-streeksuitdun July 15, 2019
    Sowat 100 leerlinge van 26 debatspanne het die afgelope naweek aan AfriForum se jaarlikse Dink of Sink-skoledebatskompetisie se nuwe streeksuitdun in die Verre-Noorde deelgeneem. Dit is die eerste keer dat Dink of Sink ’n uitdunrondte in die Verre-Noorde aanbied en … Continue reading → The post Dink of Sink oortref verwagtinge in Verre-Noorde-streeksuitdun appeared first […]
  • Pretorianers haal danksy AfriForum eers asem oor kragtariewe July 15, 2019
    Die Tshwane-metro sal nie Woensdag voortgaan met die implimentering van die onwettige verhoogde kragtarief vir die 2019/2020-termyn nie. Dit kom ná volgehoue druk en ’n hofsaak wat die burgerregtewaghond AfriForum teen die munisipaliteit aanhangig gemaak het om die proses te … Continue reading → The post Pretorianers haal danksy AfriForum eers asem oor kragtariewe appeared […]
  • Hof bevind Duduzane Zuma onskuldig op twee aanklagte July 12, 2019
    Duduzane Zuma (38), seun van oudpres. Jacob Zuma, is vandag in die Randburgse landdroshof vrygespreek op aanklagte van strafbare manslag en roekelose en nalatige bestuur. Landdros Tebogo Thupaatlase het in sy uitspraak gesê die staat kon nie bo redelike twyfel … Continue reading → The post Hof bevind Duduzane Zuma onskuldig op twee aanklagte appeared […]
  • Groot vordering in AGT van Gerrie Nel en sy span se sake July 11, 2019
    Terwyl AfriForum vandeesweek aangekondig het dat Julius Malema, leier van die EFF, steeds in sy visier is oor drie sake van korrupsie, aanranding van ’n polisiebeampte en die afvuur van ’n vuurwapen in die openbaar, het die organisasie se privaatvervolgingsgesag … Continue reading → The post Groot vordering in AGT van Gerrie Nel en sy […]
  • Nuwe Phalaborwa-buurtwag behaal reeds verskeie suksesse July 10, 2019
    AfriForum se landwye netwerk van meer as 130 buurtwagte word by die dag groter en sterker. Die burgerregte-organisasie se Phalaborwa-buurtwag is skaars ’n maand oud en het reeds aktief gehelp om misdaad in hul omgewing te bekamp. Die buurtwag is in … Continue reading → The post Nuwe Phalaborwa-buurtwag behaal reeds verskeie suksesse appeared first on […]

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  • Mandela Day a platform to enhance social protection July 19, 2019
    Tourism Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane has told the United Nations that International Mandela Day should be used to enhance social protection systems and to reduce extreme poverty by 2030.
  • Patel welcomes BFG investment July 19, 2019
    Trade and Industry Minister Ebrahim Patel on Friday welcomed the R50 million investment by BFG Africa Rail into an advanced manufacturing facility in Gauteng.
  • Saartjie Baartman Centre assisted on Mandela Day July 19, 2019
    Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille spent 67 minutes of her Mandela Day on Thursday at Athlone in Cape Town, where she donated 20 computers to the Saartjie Baartman Centre for Women and Children.
  • Mandela Day a reminder of ethical leadership July 19, 2019
    Public Service and Administration Director General Richard Levin says Mandela Day should be a reminder of the ethical leadership envisaged when the late former President Nelson Mandela led the country to democracy 25 years ago.
  • NPA donor funding proposal not set in stone July 19, 2019
    Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola has clarified his statement on the matter of donor funding for the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA).
  • Campaign to keep rivers pollution free July 19, 2019
    As part of dedicating 67 minutes of goodwill during Nelson Mandela Month, the Department of Water and Sanitation has embarked on a campaign to educate communities about the benefits of maintaining healthy rivers.
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