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June, 2018

  • 20 June

    Horrific car accident, deceased identified

    Police have released the names of the five people who lost their lives in a horrific accident that occurred in Dorset outside Lephalale after their families identified the bodies. They are: Mmone Rafapha aged (41), the driver, Hannes Greef 48), Johanna Greef (49), Jouna Greef(16) and a 3-year-old Amogelang Makgae. …

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  • 19 June

    New Ford Figo gains upmarket appeal

    Ford Motor Company is lifting its game in the compact car segment with an updated Ford Figo that gains a more sophisticated, upmarket appearance and improved specification levels that make it a stronger contender than ever. “The Figo is an important model for Ford in South Africa, as it represents …

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  • 19 June

    DA to lay criminal charges against Molefe and Gupta cronies

    Democratic Alliance (DA) says it will lay criminal charges against former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Brian Molefe, former Chief Financial Officer Anoj Singh, board sub-committee Chairperson Iqbal Sharma and Gupta lieutenant Salim Essa. This follows the latest forensic report by law firm Mncedisi Ndlovu & Sedumedi attorneys on the R15,4 …

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  • 18 June

    Eskom, labour unions head back to negotiation table

    Power utility Eskom and labour unions have agreed to go back to the negotiation table to bring an end to protest action, which has disrupted the supply of electricity. On Friday, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan convened a meeting with the Eskom board and management and the three labour unions …

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  • 18 June

    BMW launches 8 series sports car

    Illustrious German automobile producer, BMW Group has announced it will get something done to market the launch of its marque in November 2018 with two model variants, the BMW M850i x Drive Coupe M Performance model and BMW 840d x Drive Coupe with six-cylinder. The local [South Africa] launch will tail this in the fourth month …

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  • 17 June

    Vroom, car engines roars in VWSA plant

    Volkswagen Group South Africa (VWSA) produced 1 millionth engines a month, far surpassing its underlying target without encountering glitches, the automobile company has announced. In a statement, Engine Plant Unit head Richard Reid said VWSA reached a historical milestone when it produced 1 millionth EA111 engine on June 11, 2018, …

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  • 17 June

    Companies urged to employ young graduates

    President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on companies to go out of their way to employ young graduates as a way of growing the economy. “On this Youth Day, we call on all companies – both in the public and private sector – to make a deliberate effort to seek out …

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  • 16 June

    Cherry-pick colour that best suits your personality

    Samsung’s colour reveals of the Galaxy S9 and S9+ in Coral Blue, which is now available in South Africa, relates to one-on-one communication and is uncompromising. With the launch of the Galaxy S9 and S9+, Samsung surprised the world with its exquisite lilac purple and midnight black devices and most …

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  • 16 June

    Frankel 8 victory cements protection for sex crimes victims

    A landmark judgment delivered by the Constitutional Court on Thursday will make way for victims of sexual abuse to lay and pursue criminal charges against their perpetrators, even 20 years after the crime was committed. The Constitutional Court on Thursday declared as unconstitutional section 18 of the Criminal Procedure Act, …

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  • 15 June

    Minister calls for level heads in Eskom dispute

    Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan on Thursday called on all parties involved in the Eskom wage talks to allow time for the negotiations to succeed. “All parties are called upon to desist from violence, intimidation or the disruption of coal deliveries to power stations,” said the Department of Public Enterprises …

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