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Summit to inspire and empower participants

Audi South Africa in partnership with Mzansi’s leading female Magazine, Marie Claire will have a summit to provide visitors with motivating life-changing information. The one-day Marie Claire Power Summit 2018 which will happen on July 18 at The Lyric, Gold Reef City in Johannesburg hope to benefit audiences with an …

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Be part of Africa’s biggest anti-garbage crusade, plead Shoprite Group

Clean, collect and recycle In a drive to eke out the world struggle icon, the late former President Nelson Mandela’s acumen: “We must never forget that it is our duty to protect this environment” Shoprite Group announces it is staging Africa’s biggest cleanup campaign. Retail giant expects more than 6000 …

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Ramaphosa’s ‘bloated cabinet’ costs South Africans billions of rands, says DA

Since becoming head of state, President Cyril Ramaphosa promised to address government lavishness including giving due thought to chopping his Cabinet, says Democratic Alliance (DA) Shadow Minister of Public Administration Desiree van der Walt. In a statement on Sunday, Van der Walt said it is obvious from some Parliamentary answers …

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SABC3 Afternoon Express 3 episodic synopses    

21 May We kick off the week with a Baked Vanilla Milk Cake made by chef Clem. Sisonke Msimang a writer and columnist at the Daily Maverick in South Africa joins us to talk about her career. Nathan Fluellen, the host of World Wide Nate – the quintessential guide to living …

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Eskom celebrates 95 years

Eskom turns 95 years today [Wednesday], and the power utility celebrate this event with 100 380 families connected the national grid over the past 6 months. The National Treasury has made accessible R17.3 billion to Eskom and the municipalities to electrify a further 640 000 families over next three years. South …

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Mesh: easing the feelings of fear of treatment

South African Urogynaecology pros have eased feelings of dread to women following recent articles on the web, originating from Great Britain in regards to bladder sling surgery for stress urinary incontinence and related complications. A few ladies in South Africa are living with the insult of incontinence since they are …

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“Balaclava rapists”

For a considerable length of time in Alexandra Township, young girls as youthful as 14 years of age, women and couples fell prey to two serial attackers covering up in balaclavas. The men would rob, assault, abduct and force couples to engage in sexual intercourse with each other at gunpoint. …

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“WEAK FLESH” A Special Assignment Investigation

We begin the New Year with a Special Assignment investigation into the murky world of the poultry industry. As we expose a multi-billion dollar business that operates without proper mechanisms in place to ensure product safety and quality controls. Our investigation begins in Brazil, where a recent meat scandal has …

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New sheriff in town ready to serve

Newly appointed National Police Commissioner General Khehla John Sitole’s main focus is to create a safe and secure environment for all South Africans. This will be done through a turnaround strategy which will see the “the creation of a safe and secure environment into a crime-free conducive climate for socio-economic …

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DJ ZINHLE TACKLE SOCIAL ILLS AFFECTING THE YOUTH

SABC 1 viewers are in for a special treat with the introduction of a unique local television reality series called, It Takes a Village. It Takes a Village is a new reality format with a difference as we will see our very own DJ Zinhle like she’s never been seen …

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