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After months of instability, Amatola Water finally has a new board. The Eastern Cape Development Corporation has also appointed its new board.

A senior traditional leader in Mbizana has been suspended for forcing a woman and a man accused of adultery to have sex in full view of the village, including the woman’s ...

R37m Beitbridge fence will not be fixed - those who built it ... R37m Beitbridge fence will not be fixed - those who built it still contracted

The R37m 40km fence built along the border of SA and Zimbabwe will not be repaired despite Scopa recommendations - ...

We can’t be saying ‘happy freedom day’ while many are starving We can’t be saying ‘happy freedom day’ while many are starving

The Nelson Mandela Foundation on Monday highlighted that South Africa was not a free nation if the basic needs of all ...

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Since the Covid-19 pandemic first hit South African shores in March 2020, frontline workers have worked tirelessly and at great personal risk. Stories of sacrifice and loss, both personal and professional, are plenty on the country's frontline. While infection numbers drop and the arrival of vaccines brings renewed hope, these workers have seen this trend before. They're gearing up for an inevitable third wave. From ambulance, to hospital, to graveyard - MultimediaLIVE takes you to the frontline of SA's fight against Covid-19.

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