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The Bold & The Beautiful November episodic synopses

Episode 222 (7435)                                        Wednesday, 01 November 2017 Having already lost her home, Quinn’s day gets even worse when she stumbles upon Steffy at Forrester Creations. When Quinn asks for Wyatt to meet her at the office for support, she doesn’t quite get the reaction from him that she was expecting. Caroline confesses to Thomas about the sobering realization that …

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In McLeod, we have lost a true gentleman – SAFA CEO

South African Football Association (SAFA) CEO Dennis Mumble has described the late Ian McLeod as a true gentleman who will be sorely missed by the football family. Paying tribute to the decorated former referee who died on Thursday after he was admitted to hospital on October 15 a day after he returned from the match between Black Leopards and Tshakhuma Tsha …

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Name corrupt Gupta linked individuals

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and Democratic Alliance (DA) have called on the German Software giant, SAP to come clean and name individuals who facilitated business dealing on behalf of Gupta linked company with state owned entities in exchange for bribes. EFF said implicated individuals, including those of SAP, must be charged and prosecuted under South African law because the crime …

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US investors pledge over $1 billion for SA

Hardly 24 hours after Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba tabled what was a difficult medium term budget, a leading United States investor has announced plans to invest over $1 billion in South Africa over the next few months. Ambassador Harold Doley, Jr, the Governor of the African Development Bank, said as an international investor, the medium term budget, which gave a …

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Limpopo Premier reshuffle Cabinet

Limpopo premier Stan Mathabatha has late on Wednesday reshuffled his executive council. Nandi Ndalane has been appointed the new MEC for Public works, while Jerry Ndou has been moved from Public works and is now the MEC for Cooperative Governance, Human settlements and Traditional Affairs. Makoma Makhurupetje is now the new MEC for Transport and Community Safety. MEC Mapula Mokaba …

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Medium Term Budget Policy Statement

Growth projection revised down to 0, 7% Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says National Treasury has revised economic growth projections downwards to 0.7% for 2017. The Minister said this not long after the country’s economy slipped out of a technical recession that was brought about by a -0.7% slump in the first quarter of 2017  after dwindling by 0.3% in the …

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Live Amp Music Special Featuring Black Motion

 Black Motion promises to take Live Amp viewers on a musical journey with their concert special. For the first time ever Live Amp will feature 5 performances in one show from the Electric Duo. Join them as they perform some of their hits like Rainbow, Imali and a brand new ‘never been heard before’ track titled Anyway Ft Xoli M. …

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Kwaito singer urged to seek help in anger management

The Department of Women has urged kwaito singer Mdu Masilela to seek professional help in anger management. The plea follows an assault case opened against him by the mother of his eight month old baby, Sibahle Dlamini. According to a media report, Masilela allegedly assaulted Dlamini on Saturday night. Dlamini opened a case against him at Sandringham Police Station in …

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Parliamentary inquiry into Transnet Chinese locomotive deal gains momentum

The Democratic Alliance (DA) says it welcomes the adoption of a document by the Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry outlining the scope and focus of the planned inquiry into the local procurement component of the Chinese sourced Transnet locomotives. DA Shadow Minister of Trade and Industry Dean Macpherson said in a statement on Tuesday  the inquiry follows shocking revelations …

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Police Minister releases crime statistics

Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has announced that a majority of the serious community related crimes – which are dependent on police detection – have recorded a decrease over the past decade. Releasing crime statistics for the financial year 2016/17 to the Portfolio Committee on Police on Tuesday, the Minister said, however, contact crimes like murder and robbery remain stubbornly high. …

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