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Skweyiya remembered for serving the poor

Former colleagues and friends of the late Dr. Zola Skweyiya described him as someone who was disciplined, loved serving the poor and ensuring that all have a better life. Speaker after speaker reminisced fondly about the late Skweyiya at a Special Official Memorial Service on Wednesday at the Tshwane Events …

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Live AMP says goodbye to Lerato Kganyago

The South African Broadcasting Corporation’s (SABC1) biggest channel, SABC1 and Urban Brew Studios announce the departure of popular Live AMP presenter, Lerato Kganyago from the show. Lerato has resigned to pursue other career interests after two successful years with the show. In season 22, Live AMP has become a huge …

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SA loses 510 lives this Easter

A total of 510 people lost their lives across South African roads over the 2018 Easter period, Transport Minister Blade Nzimande said on Tuesday. Announcing the 2018 preliminary Easter Road Safety Report at Parliament’s Imbizo media centre, Minister Nzimande said the main contributory factors to road fatalities from 29 March …

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The Hostess with Lorna Maseko 2, synopsis

The Hostess is a cooking and lifestyle show that brings together fine cuisine and creative entertaining. Each week, “The Hostess”, Lorna Maseko will assist an ordinary South African or Celebrity in throwing the event of their dreams. Every episode begins with Lorna receiving the challenge to “step up” her guests’ …

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Drugs contribute to violent crime

The mushrooming of drugs in several areas in Limpopo province remains one of the primary contributing factors of serious and violent crimes. In Lephalale, Mahwelereng, Giyani, Makhado, Mankweng, Polokwane and Tzaneen Clusters, 16 suspects aged between 23 and 46 were arrested for being in possession of drugs, dagga and planting …

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EFF not in coalition talks with ANC

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) rejects weekend newspaper reports as malicious and false that it is in coalition talks with the African National Congress (ANC). EFF National Spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said in a statement on Sunday the reports are vindictive right off the bat since they are using the red …

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