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  • Cheryl Zondi expresses gratitude to her supporters October 19, 2018
    The first alleged victim to testify in the sexual offences trial of  Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso and two others, has written a public letter in which she expresses her gratitude for all the support she is getting. The post Cheryl Zondi expresses gratitude to her supporters appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special […]
  • ‘Transformation in agricultural sector should be accelerated’ October 19, 2018
    The Black Farmers Association of South Africa says transformation in the agricultural sector should be accelerated. The post ‘Transformation in agricultural sector should be accelerated’ appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader..
  • SARS E-Filing not on verge of collapse: Acting Commissioner October 19, 2018
    Acting SARS commissioner Mark Kingon says the SARS E-Filing system is not on the verge of collapse. However, if improvements are not carried out in the near future it will pose a challenge. The post SARS E-Filing not on verge of collapse: Acting Commissioner appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, […]
  • Two people arrested for distribution of illegal medicines October 19, 2018
    Two people have been arrested for the distribution of illegal medicines worth about R1 million at Kenilworth in Cape Town. The post Two people arrested for distribution of illegal medicines appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader..
  • Mcebo Dlamini’s FeesMustFall case remanded to next year October 19, 2018
    The case against FeesMustFall activist and former Wits SRC president Mcebo Dlaminihas been remanded to April 2019.  The post Mcebo Dlamini’s FeesMustFall case remanded to next year appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader..
  • WATCH: Mokonyane briefs media on DTT October 19, 2018
    Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane is briefing the media on the progress made by the Broadcasting Digital Migration Advisory Council on the country's digital terrestrial television (DTT) plan. The post WATCH: Mokonyane briefs media on DTT appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. […]

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  • Só vorder Gerrie Nel se privaatvervolgingseenheid met sake October 19, 2018
    Terwyl daar meer as 200 sake op adv. Gerrie Nel se tafel lê vir moontlike privaatvervolging, is heelwat vordering in die afgelope maande in van die hoë profielsake gemaak. AfriForum pak bepaalde sake aan om te verhoed dat die regstelsel … Continue reading → The post Só vorder Gerrie Nel se privaatvervolgingseenheid met sake appeared […]
  • AfriForum wil sakeman vervolg wat kleindogter verkrag October 18, 2018
    Adv. Gerrie Nel, hoof van AfriForum se privaatvervolgingseenheid, gaan ’n gerespekteerde sakeman in die finansiële bedryf wat na bewering sy driejarige kleindogter verkrag het, privaat vervolg. Die slagoffer is glo haar grootouers se huis verkrag. Sy het die verkragting en … Continue reading → The post AfriForum wil sakeman vervolg wat kleindogter verkrag appeared first […]
  • Onnies wat in moedertaal onderrig gee, is meer positief October 17, 2018
    Onderwysers wat in hul moedertaal klas gee, is meer positief as diegene wat dit in hul tweede of selfs derde taal doen en hul gemoedstoestand is beter. Maar baie onderwysers gaan erg gebuk onder onnodige administrasie, swak dissipline in skole … Continue reading → The post Onnies wat in moedertaal onderrig gee, is meer positief […]
  • Reuse-staptog teen rasse-uitsluiting op 25 Oktober October 16, 2018
    Die burgerregte-organisasie AfriForum sal volgende Donderdag (25 Oktober) saam met lede van die Solidariteit Beweging aan ’n massa-optog na die Johannesburgse Effektebeurs (JSE) en Sasol se hoofkantoor in Sandton deelneem. Die optog is ter ondersteuning van Sasol-werkers se staking teen … Continue reading → The post Reuse-staptog teen rasse-uitsluiting op 25 Oktober appeared first on […]
  • Beste matrikulant October 15, 2018
    Die matriekeksamen wat vandag begin, laat my gedagtes na November 2004 terugdwaal. Ek was in matriek – 18, volwasse en amper klaar met skool. Hoewel ek nie die presiese datum kan onthou nie, onthou ek die dag soos gister toe … Continue reading → The post Beste matrikulant appeared first on Forum Nuus.
  • Slagoffers van plaasmoorde en –aanvalle vra vir doodstraf October 15, 2018
    Die naasbestaandes van mense wat wreed en brutaal in plaasaanvalle vermoor of beseer is, glo die doodstraf moet teruggebring word omdat tronkstraf die moordenaars klaarblyklik nie afskrik nie. Verskeie slagoffers het in Pretoria die trauma van moorde en aanvalle herleef … Continue reading → The post Slagoffers van plaasmoorde en –aanvalle vra vir doodstraf appeared […]

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  • Parents warned to look out for whooping cough October 18, 2018
    Parents in Nelson Mandela Bay Metro have been warned to be on the lookout for whooping cough symptoms and immediately take children to the nearest clinic, should the latter present.
  • Health, safety of mine workers in the spotlight October 18, 2018
    While South Africa is well known for its rich mineral endowment and well-regulated mining industry which is a major contributor to the economy, the sector is grappling with the health and safety of miners.
  • Nine KZN beaches awarded Blue Flag status October 18, 2018
    Nine beaches in KwaZulu-Natal have been awarded Blue Flag status, which is a much-needed boost for tourism in the province.
  • SA to showcase investment opportunities October 18, 2018
    Next week’s much-anticipated Investment Conference will be a platform for South Africa to woo investors and showcase a more coherent narrative about the direction of South Africa’s economy.
  • Implementation key to unlocking 275 000 jobs October 18, 2018
    The proof of the pudding lies in the eating, they say. For the 10 million South Africans who are unemployed, the outcomes of the recent Jobs Summit provide a beacon of hope – but only if the implementation agreed upon is followed through, writes Keamogetse Kgomanyane.
  • SEEing a future of job possibilities October 18, 2018
    The Department of Labour’s Supported Employment Enterprises (SEE) is helping to improve the employment prospects for people with disabilities.
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