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News24.com | Madonsela in final push to conclude cases as end of term looms
With 14 days left until Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has to vacate the office, she says she and her staff are in a race against time to finalise a few reports, including one on state capture.
News24.com | UFS supports free education for the poor - acting vice chancellor
The University of the Free State's acting vice chancellor, Professor Nicky Morgan, has told a group of protesting students that the university supports free education for the poor.
News24.com | Wits defends actions around death of contract worker
Wits has described as disturbing comments questioning the timing of the announcement of the death one of its contract workers by Minister Blade Nzimande.
News24.com | NMMU extended shutdown could spell the worst for academic year
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University has warned that a further two-week shutdown of the institution will have an irrevocable impact on the 2016 academic calendar.
News24.com | No discussion in ANC about replacing Gordhan – Mantashe
Pravin Gordhan remains the finance minister and there is no discussion in the ANC to replace him, says the ruling party's secretary general Gwede Mantashe.
News24.com | Funeral parlour owner sentenced to 12 years for murder
A funeral parlour owner who had killed a mechanic for the alleged theft of a gearbox has been sentenced to 12 years imprisonment by the Butterworth Regional Court, police say.
News24.com | 2 arrested in R4.5m perlemoen bust
Two men have been arrested after an apparent illegal perlemoen processing facility was uncovered in Gordon's Bay, the Western Cape Hawks say.
News24.com | ANC never runs for cover during challenges - Mantashe
South Africa is stable and the ANC will not take populist decisions on the basis of election outcomes, the ruling party’s secretary general Gwede Mantashe has said.
News24.com | Private sector must do more for universities - Alumni board
The private sector must “play a more meaningful role” in tertiary education by building infrastructure and providing funding to cover shortfalls, the National Board of Convocations and Alumni says.
News24.com | Don't eat dead fish, Bethlehem residents warned
The Free State department of health has warned residents of Bethlehem not to eat any of the dead fish that have washed up in the Loch Lamond Dam.
News24.com | Cape Town curio shop guard shot in face by 'tourists'
A security guard is in critical condition after four men posing as tourists robbed a curio shop in Sea Point.
News24.com | Hlaudi Motsoeneng to remain at SABC
Former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng will remain an employee at the public broadcaster, SABC board chairperson Professor Mbulaheni Maguvhe has said.
News24.com | AS IT HAPPENED: #FeesMustFall – DUT completely shuts down all campuses
Following two days of volatile protests over rising university fees, spokesperson Alan Khan has announced the Durban University of Technology's decision to shut down all campuses completely.
News24.com | 30% pass requirement at schools not 'challenging enough' - SAIRR
The government’s 30% pass rate at school level is why many students fail at universities, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.
News24.com | Cape Town doctor arrested after woman raped in consultation room
The Western Cape health department says it has suspended all ties with the agency which employed a Cape Town doctor accused of raping a woman at the Nyanga Clinic in Cape Town.
News24.com | 22 CUT students arrested during protest
Free State police have confirmed that 22 Central University of Technology students have been arrested during a protest.
News24.com | Cyclist allegedly attacks woman, husband
An enraged cyclist allegedly struck a woman in the face and threw hot coffee at her husband after she hooted at him near the Cradle of Humankind.
News24.com | Cape Town fire leaves 500 homeless
A fire has ripped through 100 wood and iron shacks in Kosovo informal settlement in Philippi, say Cape Town fire and rescue services.
News24.com | Gauteng govt to sell its properties - premier
The Gauteng government will sell most of the properties it owns, in a bid to cut costs, Premier David Makhura says.
News24.com | Parties raise red flags over new spy boss
The DA and FF Plus have raised concerns about Arthur Fraser’s appointment as the new director general of the State Security Agency.
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