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TJOVITJO – Local Drama Series

Tjovitjo is a local drama series representing cutting-edge storytelling at its best, authentic and edgy, provocative yet exciting in its potential to push the envelope. The series depicts the lives of a group of dancers, amatjovitjo trained in the classical dance style of SePantsula. They struggle, they love, they laugh, they lose but every chance they get, every time they …

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We can’t throw billions at SAA while 4 children a day die of starvation in SA, says Maimane

Democratic Alliance (DA) Leader Mmusi Maimane says he is not holding his breath to see Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba tabling a Mini-Budget to serve the poor and marginalised South Africans. Maimane was speaking at the launch of a DA Billboard in Park station, Johannesburg on Monday. The billboard highlights the extent to which the ANC has undermined the poor and …

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Best of luck Matrics 2017

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has wished all matriculants all the best for their final exams, which get underway today. “I wish the best of luck to all the candidates sitting for the examinations this year. Keep your head down, study hard, stay focused and I am confident you will make us proud. “After at least 12 years in the …

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More than 11 000 police officers have no gun licenses

Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula says 3 500 uncertified police officers continue to carry firearms, adding that about 11 000 officers do not have competency certificates. Police Minister told National Assembly in a written reply to Democratic Alliance (DA) question that South African Police Service (SAPS) does not issue firearms licenses to police officers. “The South African Police Service does …

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Finance Minister to table his first mini-budget

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba will this week table his maiden Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) in Parliament. Appointed to head National Treasury following President Jacob Zuma’s Cabinet reshuffle in March, Minister Gigaba is set to deliver the MTBPS, also known as the mini-budget, in the National Assembly on Wednesday. Minister Gigaba’s tabling of the MTBPS comes after Statistics South …

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Mokuruanyane community gets information about their human rights

An awareness campaign to educate the community not to discriminate against people based on their sexual orientation, educate the residents about the spread of HIV/Aids pandemic and how to access help from the courts was held in Mokuruanyane village, Lephalale. Lephalale Municipality spokesperson Conscious Chiloane said the campaing was aimed at raising awareness on human rights. The awareness campaign was …

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Lessons learned from tackling corruption

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says one of the lessons government has learned as it tackles corruption is that the management of State-owned enterprises (SOEs) should be the job of experienced professionals. The Deputy President was answering questions in the National Assembly on Thursday. African National Congress (ANC) Member of Parliament (MP) Daphne Rantho had asked what lessons government has drawn …

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Catch Queen B’s Paris takeover on Top Billing

Fan favourite and media personality Bonang Matheba heads to the fashion capital of the world Paris, and Top Billing is there to catch all the glitz, glam and fashion. Queen B visits Paris in time for the Spring / Summer 2017 Paris Fashion week where not only did she take front row for designer John Galliano’s collection but starred in …

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DA, EFF welcomes the long overdue removal of Myeni

Democratic Alliance (DA) and Economic Freedom Fighters on Thursday welcomed the removal of Dudu Myeni as the chairperson of the South African Airways, both saying her axing was long overdue. While the EFF National Spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said Myeni was for more than 8 years a menace to the airline, DA Shadow Minister of Finace Alf Lees believed fired SAA …

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