Nolubabalo Nobanda is coming home
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Nolubabalo Nobanda is coming home

Nolubabalo Nobanda has been released after seven years in a Thai prison for drug smuggling.…

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Two killed in Noordgesig and Pennyville clash
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Two killed in Noordgesig and Pennyville clash

Two people have been killed after violence broke out between residents in Noordgesig and Pennyville…

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Emfuleni is Gauteng’s worst performing municipality
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Emfuleni is Gauteng’s worst performing municipality

The ANC has placed Gauteng in financial ruin, that’s if you believe the Democratic Alliance.…

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Economy clipping SAA’s wings
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Economy clipping SAA’s wings

South Africans are no longer flying in first, or business class. That’s according to SAA.…

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Corruption and the slush fund
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Corruption and the slush fund

A prominent journalist is embroiled in controversy, after she was named at the State Capture…

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ANC should discipline the beneficiaries of the campaign: Mahumapelo
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ANC should discipline the beneficiaries of the campaign: Mahumapelo

Former North West premier Supra Mahumapelo wants the ANC NEC to take tough action against…

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Ramaphosa on gender based violence
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Ramaphosa on gender based violence

Cyril Ramaphosa says the country is at a crossroads. Ramaphosa has promised a joint sitting…

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Unicef says some of the biggest threats facing children are protracted conflict
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Unicef says some of the biggest threats facing children are protracted conflict

Unicef says some of the biggest threats facing children now are protracted conflict, the worsening…

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Spanking outlawed
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Spanking outlawed

The Constitutional Court has upheld the 2017 ruling against corporal punishment in the home. The…

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Emergency plan for #GBV
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Emergency plan for #GBV

President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed a joint sitting of the two Houses of Parliament on gender-based violence…

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