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  • Murder of anti-mining activist emboldens KZN community October 23, 2020
    Mam’Ntshangase was described as a fierce critic of mining and ambassador for land rights. The post Murder of anti-mining activist emboldens KZN community appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • Unite with Nigeria’s ‘Speak Up’ generation protesting against police brutality October 23, 2020
    Photos of citizens draped in the bloodied flag have spread around the world in the month the country should be celebrating 60 years of independence The post Unite with Nigeria’s ‘Speak Up’ generation protesting against police brutality appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • A pan-African stand must be taken against political oppression in Tanzania October 23, 2020
    As the country prepares for elections, the president is misusing state machinery to undermine, subjugate and repress citizens and civil society organisations The post A pan-African stand must be taken against political oppression in Tanzania appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • Transport Month October 23, 2020
    An infrastructure-led recovery will help to stimulate demand in the South African economy, which is vital post the Covid-19 pandemic The post Transport Month appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • Limpopo’s Economic Recovery Plan to fight Covid-19 impact October 23, 2020
    Billions have been set aside to help farmers and industries get back on their feet as part of the Limpopo Socio-Economic Recovery Plan The post Limpopo’s Economic Recovery Plan to fight Covid-19 impact appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • Nokia and Nasa to install 4G on the Moon October 23, 2020
    Installing a wireless network on the Moon is just one step toward establishing a long-term human presence there The post Nokia and Nasa to install 4G on the Moon appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.

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  • Six-year-old killed after asbestos toilet collapses on him in Northern Cape October 23, 2020
    A six-year old Warrenton boy in the Northern Cape has died after an asbestos toilet structure collapsed on him. The post Six-year-old killed after asbestos toilet collapses on him in Northern Cape appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader..
  • BEMAWU serves SABC with letter of demand over planned retrenchments October 23, 2020
    Lawyers for the Broadcasting, Electronic, Media & Allied Workers Union (BEMAWU) have served the SABC with a letter of demand over its planned retrenchments. The post BEMAWU serves SABC with letter of demand over planned retrenchments appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current […]
  • Cape Town Metro Police K-9 Unit gets R2.5 million October 23, 2020
    The Department of Community Safety in the Western Cape has given R2.5 million to the City of Cape Town's Metro Police K-9 Unit for the next financial year. The post Cape Town Metro Police K-9 Unit gets R2.5 million appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all […]
  • Shepherd Bushiri and wife to spend weekend behind bars October 23, 2020
    Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) pastor Shepherd Bushiri and his co-accused, his wife Mary as well as Landiwe Ntlokwana, will spend the weekend in custody at the Kgosi Mampuru Correctional Centre. The post Shepherd Bushiri and wife to spend weekend behind bars appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage […]
  • Final stretch for matric class of 2020 October 23, 2020
    Matric learners have just under two weeks before the final examination, but this week they had a final Life Orientation assessment and Computer Applications exam. The post Final stretch for matric class of 2020 appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's […]
  • Scopa identifies supply chain management as main cause of financial problems at SABC October 23, 2020
    Parliament's Standing Committee on Public Accounts says it has identified a few problems at the SABC, which could be the root cause of irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure. The post Scopa identifies supply chain management as main cause of financial problems at SABC appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, […]

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  • ‘Een oomblik het jy nog … en in ’n oogwink is als weg’ October 23, 2020
      Deur Alet Rademeyer Die boere in die Wes-Vrystaat en ook dele van die Noord-Kaap wat gebukkend gaan onder enorme skade en veeverliese ná verwoestende brande die afgelope week gewoed het, sal weer opstaan. Maar daarvoor het hul hulp én genade nodig. Na raming is sowat 130 000 ha se weiding in die brande verwoes waarvan […]
  • AfriForum besoek laerskole in Rustenburg as deel van teenboelieveldtog October 23, 2020
    AfriForum se teenboelieveldtogspan het op 22 Oktober by die Laerskool Proteapark en die Laerskool David Brink in Rustenburg besoek afgelê om bewusmaking te doen rondom afknouery in skole. “Dit is vir AfriForum belangrik om saam met leerders, onderwysers en ouers te werk om ’n verskil te maak deur afknouery in skole hok te slaan. Die […]
  • Irrasionele verbod op buitemuurse skoolaktiwiteite opgehef October 23, 2020
    Angie Motshekga, die minister van Basiese Onderwys, het op 21 Oktober nuwe regulasies in die Staatskoerant gepubliseer wat die verbod op buitemuurse skoolaktiwiteite ophef, onderhewig aan sekere COVID-19-veiligheidsmaatreëls. Dít volg nadat AfriForum op 22 September ’n aanmaning in hierdie verband aan die departement gestuur en die minister versoek het om die ongegronde opskorting op te […]
  • Veggees laat Vrystaatse boere moed hou te midde van brande October 23, 2020
      Deur Chanté Kelder Die Wes-Vrystaat, gewoonlik gekleur in skakerings van donkergroen en goue velde, is in swart gehul ná die verwoestende brande wat sedert 13 Oktober woed. As jy die video’s en foto’s op sosiale media sien, is jy geskok en verslae, maar die ware omvang van hierdie brande sal jy nie kan begryp […]
  • Terreur teen Afrikaners kan nie langer as gewone misdaad afgemaak word October 22, 2020
    Deur Alet Rademeyer AfriForum het vandag ’n ope brief aan pres. Cyril Ramaphosa gerig waarin ’n dringende vergadering met hom versoek word om plaasmoorde én die toekoms van Afrikaners as kultuurgemeenskap in Suid-Afrika te bespreek. Die doel van die brief is om Ramaphosa in kennis te stel dat die heersende spanning oor plaasmoorde nie net […]
  • AfriForum Jeug wen rassediskriminasiesaak teen NWU October 22, 2020
    Die Noordwes-hooggeregshof het op 12 Oktober beslis dat Ian Buys wel as kandidaat vir die kampusstudenteraad (KSR) mag staan nadat daar vroeër teen Buys gediskrimineer is.  AfriForum Jeug het ’n saak van diskriminasie teen die NWU aanhangig gemaak en Buys is op 14 Oktober – twee dae ná die hof se beslissing – in kennis […]

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  • Dept looks for opportunities to grow rural tourism October 23, 2020
    Tourism Deputy Minister Fish Mahlalela says opportunities must be identified to grow rural tourism.
  • JB Marks Municipal mayor, director face fraud charges October 23, 2020
    JB Marks Municipality Executive Mayor, Kgotso Moses Khumalo, and Cyril Hendry, a director at the municipality, have this morning appeared before the Potchefstroom Magistrate's Court on charges of fraud and theft following their arrest on Friday.
  • Funds allocated for EC drought relief October 23, 2020
    The Department of Water and Sanitation has allocated R230 million to Amatola Water for a period of three years to assist the Eastern Cape to mitigate the effects of drought.
  • SA COVID-19 cases on the rise October 23, 2020
    Health Minister, Dr Zweli Mkhize, has raised his concerns about the climbing figures of positive COVID-19 cases in South Africa.
  • Gazetting of Expropriation Bill not a silver bullet October 23, 2020
    Deputy President David Mabuza says the gazetting of the Expropriation Bill, which, once passed into law, will determine when government can expropriate land without compensation.
  • Government backs Eskom for adopting Trengove report October 23, 2020
    Deputy President David Mabuza says government has no reason to doubt the findings of the Trengove report in a forensic investigation that cleared the Eskom CEO of allegations of misleading the board.
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