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News24.com | ANC worried about Zuma effect on elections - MMC
The ANC is worried about the effect President Jacob Zuma will have on the party’s performance in this year’s elections, a Johannesburg city official has said.
News24.com | Zille sets DA sights on Beaufort West
The DA is hoping to win the Beaufort West and Central Karoo municipalities for the first time in the upcoming elections, Western Cape Premier Helen Zille said on Wednesday.
News24.com | Baby Jordan’s family to continue opposing parole for killers
The family of murdered Jordan Leigh Norton say they will continue to object to the release on parole of any of the six-month-old baby's killers.
News24.com | Two arrested for allegedly robbing motorists during Cape Town protests
Two people were arrested during protests on the N2 highway in Cape Town on Wednesday night for allegedly robbing motorists with knives and a "replica firearm", said the City of Cape Town's JP Smith.
News24.com | 'Pen mightier than the sword' as journalists plan pickets outside SABC
Journalists are set to picket outside the SABC’s offices in Johannesburg and Cape Town in solidarity with the public broadcaster's staff.
News24.com | In case you missed it: Wednesday's top stories
In case you missed it, find all Wednesday's top stories right here.
News24.com | SAHRC applies for leave to appeal Mangaung evictions
The SAHRC has applied for leave to appeal an order granted to the Mangaung metropolitan municipality to evict people illegally occupying land on a Bloemfontein farm.
News24.com | Students must ask what must rise, before saying what must fall – Nzimande
Students cannot demand that reminders of the country’s colonial past be removed, without stating what they want to put in their place, Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande says.
News24.com | Search for new UFS rector underway
The process of appointing a new vice-chancellor and rector at the University of Free State has started.
News24.com | Hyena attack victim recovering
The 15-year-old boy who was grabbed by a hyena and dragged by his face in the Kruger National Park is making 'remarkable progress'.
News24.com | We are ready for the battle - Nehawu strikers
Trade union Nehawu has rolled out war talk after Parliament suspended two of its officials.
News24.com | Buses burnt in protest on N2 near Cape Town airport
The N2 highway near the airport has been closed to traffic in both directions due to protest action in which at least two buses were completely gutted.
News24.com | Who’s Who on the new Public Protector list
View the profiles of some of the candidates nominated to be the new Public Protector here.
News24.com | My son's killer should rot in jail - Mother of slain ANC man
The mother of the man shot and killed outside the Tshwane Events Centre during an ANC meeting says the man who pulled the trigger should rot in jail.
News24.com | No no-go areas identified ahead of vote - IEC
The IEC has not identified any no-go areas for elections day, and is working with security agencies to ensure the situation remains that way.
News24.com | KZN guesthouse owner: Bible says black people should be servants
Sodwana Bay guesthouse owner Andre Slade has refused to back down from his racist comments and says the Bible states black people should be servants.
News24.com | Nzimande calls on students to stop violent protests
Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande has called on students to stop destroying property during protests.
News24.com | Ipid to probe teen's brutal cell death
Police watchdog Ipid is investigating the brutal murder of a teenager in the holding cells of the Beaufort West police station.
News24.com | Record number of parties to contest August elections
More than twice as many parties are planning to contest the local government elections this year compared to five years ago.
News24.com | Disqualified NFP 'confident' electoral court will rule in its favour
The National Freedom Party will know whether or not it will be allowed to contest the August 3 local government elections after it appears at the Electoral Court.
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