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Paul O’Sullivan gives first testimony in Badplaas land claims case

Paul O’Sullivan gives first testimony in Badplaas land claims case

Private investigator Paul O’Sullivan has become the first witness to testify at the start of the R1.2 billion lawsuit trial brought against the Mpumalanga government.
Delays frustrate truckers at Lebombo border gate

Delays frustrate truckers at Lebombo border gate

Truck drivers transporting goods between South Africa and Mozambique are being frustrated by delays at one of the country's busiest border gates.
Zweli Mkhize: I will respect any decision by the president

Zweli Mkhize: I will respect any decision by the president

Suspended Health minister Zweli Mkhize has said he will wait for President Cyril Ramaphosa’s decision regarding his post.
Vusi Shongwe helps 100 families in his hometown of Breyten

Vusi Shongwe helps 100 families in his hometown of Breyten

Community safety MEC Vusi Shongwe has given away 100 blankets and groceries to elders in his home town of Breyten.
Beware: Men posing as cops on the rise

Beware: Men posing as cops on the rise

Mpumalanga cops have warned the public to be aware of men pretending to be cops as the crime continues to occur on the province's highway.

WATCH: #FreeJacobZuma campaign virtual media briefing

The #FreeJacobZuma campaign will this afternoon at 13:00 Friday 16 July 2021 address the media regarding their demands following the arrest of the former...
A SADC task team is currently in the country to ascertain the impact the protests have had on citizens.

eSwatini reports shortage of fuel

The residents of eSwatini have raised concerns over the queuing for fuel these days these days.
Trial date for Mohita Latchminarain's GBV case set

Trial date for Mohita Latchminarain’s GBV case set

Public works MEC Mohita Latchminarain's gender-based violence case has its date set for 20 July 2021.
Piet Rampedi searches for missing Tembisa 10

Piet Rampedi searches for missing Tembisa 10

Pretoria News editor Piet Rampedi has announced he is now doing a "full investigation" that will seek to bring a conclusion to the mystery of the missing 10 Tembisa babies.
Johann Mettler coming to fix Lekwa

Johann Mettler coming to fix Lekwa

Cabinet last month resolved to dissolve the failing municipality’s council in Standerton and placed it under administration.

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