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Nelson Mandela Bay residents occupy land, name it ‘Malema Village’

Hundreds of residents who invaded a piece of land owned by the Nelson Mandela Bay municipality have named it "Malema Village".

Jackson Mthembu wants charges against Shivambu despite issuing apology

ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu wants the matter of EFF chief whip Floyd Shivambu to be investigated and the necessary actions taken.
As we approach World TB Day, here's what you need to know

As we approach World TB Day, here’s what you need to...

On 24 March 2018 is World TB Day and this year 5th National South African TB Conference in Durban from 12 to 15 June 2018 will be chaired by Dr Margot Uys.
Not true majority of blacks agree with land expropriation - Maimane

Not true majority of blacks agree with land expropriation – Maimane

DA leader Mmusi Maimane said it was not true that the majority of black people want the state to own all land as proposed by the EFF and the ANC or that all white people are opposed to land restitution and redistribution.
Guptas win court battle to have R10m returned

Guptas win court battle to have R10m returned

Controversial businessmanAtul Gupta has succeeded in his court application to unfreeze R10 million in his bank account.

Business Leadership SA applauds return of Nene, Gordhan

Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) has welcomed the changes to the national executive announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa but urged him to speedily review the size of his cabinet as promised.
Zuma blindsided us with free education announcement - Gigaba

Zuma blindsided us with free education announcement – Gigaba

Former President Jacob Zuma's announcement of free education blindsided the national treasurer, said Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba.
ANN7 is being weeded out of DStv

ANN7 is being weeded out of DStv

MultiChoice confirmed on Thursday (31 January 2018) this week that they will not renew their contract with the Gupta-linked 24-hour news channel Africa News Network (ANN7).
Parly describes Bra Hugh as "true giant of SA music"

Parly describes Bra Hugh as “true giant of SA music”

Parliaments committee on Arts & Culture has described Bra Hugh as a pioneer in the global music industry whose contribution formed part of the fabric of the South African society.
Parly committee wants help for workers affected by mine dust

Parly committee wants help for mineworkers affected by dust

The mineral resources portfolio committee has advised the department to play a role in the class action case by former mine workers against 82 gold mines.

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