Two trains on fire in Cape Town
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Two trains on fire in Cape Town

Two trains were set alight at the Cape Town Central railway station. Firefighters are on…

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Transparency of political funding
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Transparency of political funding

#MyVoteCounts has report on private donors of political parties revealed how and where the major…

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Is more life cover necessary
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Is more life cover necessary

Many South Africans are taking out loans and additional credit these days. And along with…

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Homes damaged in Alberton
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Homes damaged in Alberton

In Gauteng, heavy rain and flooding has resulted in some homes being damaged in Alberton.…

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Cope campaigns in Mabopane
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Cope campaigns in Mabopane

Cope leader, Mosiuoa Lekota, says he doesn’t believe his party’s stance on land expropriation with…

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Maggs on Media | First ever TV ad for RocoMamas | 21 April
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Maggs on Media | First ever TV ad for RocoMamas | 21 April

When RocoMamas first entered the local burger market it caught our eye with its fresh,…

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Maggs on Media | Uniting South Africa through song | 21 April
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Maggs on Media | Uniting South Africa through song | 21 April

In 2017 The Economist named South Africa’s anthem as the best in the world. It…

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Maggs on Media | Connected Shopping | 21 April
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Maggs on Media | Connected Shopping | 21 April

Shopping – Love it or loathe it, a new wave of innovation is heading our…

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A tweet by Wits Vice-Chancellor, Adam Habib, has caused a stir
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A tweet by Wits Vice-Chancellor, Adam Habib, has caused a stir

A tweet by Wits Vice-Chancellor, Adam Habib, has caused a stir. He says he’s intrigued…

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N3 incident free overnight
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N3 incident free overnight

Traffic on the N3 is expected to climb, as holidaymakers head home. N3 Toll Concession…

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