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Journalists honoured at Tshwane summit

The Southern African Development Community has honoured journalists in the region during an awards ceremony to recognise those who excel in the profession.

Metrorail outline plan to combat vandalism

Regional manager Richard Walker has explained how Metrorail, since October 2015, has battled against several attacks on its system - and outlined a turnaround strategy.

'Africa to break chains imposed by global institutions'

Free State Premier Ace Magashule has welcomed the launch of the BRICS New Development Bank's Africa Regional Centre.

Eskom offer hefty sum to drought relief

Eskom's Development Foundation has donated R750 000 in aid of the Free State's Setsoto Municipality drought relief programme.

Sisulu and Trollip agree housing deal

An agreement reached by Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu and Nelson Mandela Metro Mayor Athol Trollip should see the building of quality houses while creating jobs become central to the metro human settlements programme.

Maswanganyi hails benefits of N2 project

Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi is adamant the N2 Wild Coast project will improve mobility and connectivity between provinces.

Boesak questions ANC and white elite

Anti-apartheid cleric Allan Boesak has suggested South Africa's negotiated settlement was effectively a secret pact between white and ANC elites.

Girls suspended after violence at Kempton Park school

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi confirmed that ten girls at Norkem Park High School in Kempton Park have been suspended after a video emerged of the girls fighting.

DA move to protect targeted Chabalala

The Democratic Alliance will provide Kingsol Chabalala with plenty of safety and security measures, after friends, family and colleagues expressed concern that the people who shot him will return to kill him.

Bonang Matheba: ' Now the book is even better'

South African media personality Bonang Matheba admitted that she retracted her book to 'keep people quiet'.

Motsoaledi ready to counter 'gross lack of management'

National Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has revealed a plan to improve the "gross lack of management' within the KwaZulu-Natal Health Department.
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