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News24.com | Hawker killed in Krugersdorp collision
A street hawker was killed, when he slipped and fell under a vehicle, while running away from an impending collision in Krugersdorp, paramedics said on Sunday.
News24.com | Please don't do politics, Zuma tells Foundations
ANC President Jacob Zuma has expressed worry over foundations named after leading prominent figures being used to wage political battles against some individuals within the ANC.
News24.com | Unite in prayer for Ronnie, says family
The family of the late Ronnie Mamoepa on Sunday called on South Africans to come together in commemoration of the struggle activist and government spokesperson.
News24.com | No confidence vote: Email Baleka Mbete
Use this tool to send an email to National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete indicating whether you think she should declare the vote secret or open.
News24.com | Uber driver’s death raises fears, tension
The death this week of an Uber driver, whose car was allegedly petrol-bombed, has multiplied the fears of other drivers.
News24.com | Former Sassa CEO ‘put in his place’
Ousted social grants boss insists that he didn’t overstep his boundaries, but officials say he was going to sink the country.
News24.com | High noon at ANC race
This week’s lekgotla is set be overshadowed by bitter factional battles as support for rival presidential candidates reaches boiling point.
News24.com | State wants a say in how to make beer
In rural areas countrywide, drinkers of home-made beer opt for the best fermented beverage based on how the brewer prepares it. And thanks to word of mouth, people know which brewers to support and which to avoid.
News24.com | Vice-chancellor ‘sabotaging’ rape case
Vice-chancellor Mtose has been accused of covering up a rape.
News24.com | Where politicians ‘shop’ for hitmen
The notorious Glebelands Hostel was described as a place where “politicians shop for hitmen and police officers supply the weapons”.
News24.com | Human trafficking: A terror run for her life
Police dismiss woman who escaped from her kidnappers– leaving two young girls at the mercy of traffickers.
News24.com | SA urged to tackle NHI as one
Countries with national health insurance support private-public partnerships.
News24.com | 'Supranomics an excuse for looting'
North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo has been accused of using his provincial “rebranding” programme to loot state coffers.
News24.com | Nzimande: Yes, I was wrong about Zuma
It took SA Communist Party general secretary Blade Nzimande years to painstakingly admit and regret the political decisions that enabled a questionable character being elected president.
News24.com | R2m to guard SACP bosses
R2m was spent on protecting the SACP's top brass in the year that ended in December. This compared with its last elective conference in 2012, when the party spent only R270 000 protecting its leaders.
News24.com | Initiation Watch: Fewer initiates die
Eleven boys were reported to have died this season compared with 26 last year.
News24.com | Eskom ‘bought’ coal mine for the Guptas
Investment company Pembani would have bought Optimum coal mine, but the acquisition was allegedly blocked by former Eskom chief executive Brian Molefe.
News24.com | Newsmaker: 'The EFF will rule in 2019' - Julius Malema
Four years since the fledgling party was founded, its founder and leader reflects on its past and, more importantly, its future.
News24.com | Amnesty mooted ‘as a way to unify ANC’
A full disclosure may shield President Jacob Zuma from jail time, with some within the ANC saying amnesty could be the much-needed tool to unify the factionalised party.
News24.com | Eskom employees get fat bonuses despite loss
Although Eskom incurred massive losses in its last financial year, it still managed to pay each employee an average bonus of R88 000.
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