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Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa. Picture: Simphiwe Nkwali

Ramaphosa goes on the charm offensive in rural KZN

ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa‚ who is on the campaign trail in the searing heat of Nquthu‚ northern KwaZulu-Natal‚ says he is enjoying his visit to the area.

No to Zuma's May Day address

Workers do not want President Jacob Zuma to address the official May 1 celebrations taking place in Free State on Monday.

Boy in brick attack at top school faces expulsion

The boy who had attacked another pupil with a brick at a top Western Cape school could be suspended.

National Orders bestowed on those who excel

Wayde van Niekerk of South Africa reacts after winning the Men's 400 meter final on Day 9 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 14, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images) People who have helped advance democracy‚ excelled in various endeavours and improved the lives of South Africans are being recognised through the National Orders awards.

State recommends ‘coup plotter’ undergo mental evaluation

The office of the district public prosecutor has recommended that Elvis Ramosebudi‚ the man accused of plotting a coup by mass assassination‚ should undergo mental evaluation.

SABC board cracks whip for cash flow

The cash-strapped SABC wants pay TV MultiChoice to start paying for carrying the public broadcaster's free-to-air channels.

Is freedom from racism possible?

South Africa can rid itself of racism but eliminating it would require a concerted effort‚ guests heard at a panel discussion at the Apartheid Museum on Freedom Day.

Safety fears see magistrate recused from farmers' ‘killing' case in Coligny

A magistrate fearing for his safety has recused himself from the case of two men accused of killing a 12-year-old boy‚ after which a North West town reacted with violent protests.

Government holding the line on country’s finances‚ says minister

Government policy on prudent fiscal discipline and stringent fiscal consolidation‚ as outlined in the 2017/18 budget‚ will remain unchanged‚ Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo emphasised Friday.

Vodacom still owes "Please Call Me" inventor Nkosana Makate

The "Please Call Me" inventor Nkosana Makate is yet to receive a penny from Vodacom.

Durban to rake in R155m from World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum (WEF) is likely to boost Durban’s economy by up to R155 million‚ the KwaZulu-Natal government said on Friday.

IEC denied Agang seats: Ramphele

Agang founder Dr Mamphela Ramphele blames the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) for the party's failure to win more than two seats in parliament despite having R80-million to contest the 2014 general elections.

Mental strength pushes 19-year-old Quintine Mkhondo to BSc degree

Nomzamo Mbatha cruises into the big time

Nomzamo Mbatha. Picture Credit: Instagram

Norma Gigaba: Betrayal is the most painful thing

I was told to pay R25‚000 to be playlisted on radio‚ says SA rapper

I feel like I’m finally ready to conquer the mic‚ says Thembi Seete on radio debut and ‘takeover’

I found sexy pictures when snooping on my boyfriend's phone

My family and I have raised an extraordinary child‚ says Boity's mom

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