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Supporting CANSA is simple

Shoprite and Checkers say they will give a portion of all cakes sold in their stores across South Africa to help the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) this June. The giant retail stores are inviting customers to help CANSA by purchasing a cake in any Shoprite or Checkers grocery …

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Farm attack suspect arrested, three still on the run

The police in Vaalwater outside Lephalale have made a breakthrough, arresting a 33- year- old man for a house robbery that occurred during a farm attack. Limpopo Police Spokesperson Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe said the arrest emanated from an incident which occurred at Sterkfontein farm on Friday. “Four armed suspects attacked …

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Violent protest suspects in court

A group of suspects appeared briefly in the Phalala Magistrate’s Court on Thursday, facing charges of malicious damaged to property, public violence, and business robbery. Limpopo Police Spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe said the suspects, Jan Moselane (31) who is a local councillor, Albert None (29), Eric Molepo (36), Ephriam …

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The Bold and the Beautiful

           Episode 113 (7576)                                       Friday, 01 June 2018 at 5.30pm Sally makes a heartfelt appeal to Thomas before learning whether there will be charges against her. Shirley worries about the future of Spectra Fashions, but Saul’s thoughts are elsewhere.   Episode 114 (7577)                                       Monday, 04 June …

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Ousted chief gets community support, to reclaim his reign

Allies of dethroned Kgosi Phetogo David Seleka have called on the community to offer support, helping him reclaim his nullified certificate of recognition as the acting traditional leader in command of the Baphuting dynasty. To offer support, a group, comprising of youth has requested members of the community to donate …

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100 days: What did President Ramaphosa do?

Saturday, 26 May, marks exactly 100 days since President Cyril Ramaphosa was elected into office. As he sees the end of his first one hundred days at the Union Buildings, the president’s score-card is a mixture of optimism in the future of the country – coupled with harsh economic realities, …

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We are the casualties of chieftaincy wrangle, says villagers

Scores of Ga-Seleka villagers who declined to be named because of a paranoid fear of victimisation says they are caught in the cross-fire. Down and out group of individuals said they are being denied services after the tribal office has been padlocked by a group of furious demonstrators allegedly in …

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Nasiphi recently won talent search, The Final Cut.

Nasiphi  Ntebeni was one of four Eastern Cape finalists who went through in the competition, she will be seen on the show from May 23  as Nina’s [played by Khabonina Qubeka] apprentice in the criminal arts. Nasiphi was born in eNgcobo in the Eastern Cape. She grew up as an …

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Plans to merge SAA, Mango and SA Express

South African Airways (SAA), SA Express and Mango are to be merged, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Thursday. Briefing media at the Imbizo centre in Parliament on board appointments of State-owned companies (SOCs) in the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) portfolio, Gordhan said there are plans to merge …

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Repo rate unchanged at 6.5%

The Reserve Bank has decided to keep the repo rate unchanged at 6.5% per annum, Governor Lesetja Kganyago said on Thursday. “At these levels, the MPC [Monetary Policy Committee] still assesses the stance of monetary policy to be accommodative and appropriate, given the forecast inflation trajectory and the current state …

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