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November, 2017

  • 28 November

    SARS dismisses reports of impropriety

    The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has dismissed media reports of impropriety against Commissioner Tom Moyane. “SARS notes with deep concern media reports spreading the allegation that there has been impropriety on the part of Commissioner Moyane in dealing with the disciplinary investigation into the Chief Officer for Business & …

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  • 28 November

    Eskom rejects inquiry bribe allegations

    Ethics Committee says in a satement it will institute investigations following allegations that State Security Minister Bongani Bongo has allegedly offered Advocate Nthuthuzelo Vanara a bribe to resign. Vanara is as an evidence leader in the inquiry into mismagement of state funds at state-owned enterprises. Speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete says she personally took the affidavit from Advocate Vanara and handed it President Jacob Zuma to act on it.

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  • 28 November

    Farmworker shot and killed himself

    Farmworker was shivering allegedly after he shot himself while tracking down stray buffalo. He was rushed to a hospital in Polokwane, Limpopo where he later died apparently due to the effect of the animal darting substance. The gun owner will be charged with culpable homicide. The freak incident happened in Lephalale, Limpopo on Friday. Lephalale police have also opened in inquest docket.

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  • 27 November

    Speak out against abuse

    South Africans are encouraged to speak out against abuse and report criminal cases to the police. On Saturday, the country woke up to a hype of activities in various provinces to mark the launch of the annual campaign for 16 Days of Activism of No Violence against Women and Children. …

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  • 27 November

    The Lucky Specials Film exclusive broadcast

    The Lucky Specials is a feature-length edutainment film, directed by Rea Rangaka, which is set in a mining town in Southern Africa, where rock dust and cramped quarters expose workers to various risks such as HIV and Tuberculosis. It follows the lives of members of a small-time cover band dreaming of …

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  • 25 November

    Top Billing talks to Pop mega star Ed Sheeran

     Lorna Maseko heads to London to chat to UK pop sensation Ed Sheeran and takes a little South Africa with her. Top Billing’s Lorna Maseko jetted into London for a one-on-one interview with U.K. artist, Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran on the back of his hugely successful 2017 album release. In …

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  • 25 November

    Don’t grant Mugabes asylum

    Lawyers representing Democratic Alliance (DA) on Thursday submitted persuasive letter to President Jacob Zuma including three Cabinet ministers. The letter is addressed to President Zuma, Minister of International Relations and Corporation, Minister of Home Affairs, and Minister of Justice. Minde Schapiro & Smith Attorneys stated in the letter that they …

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  • 24 November

    Mnangagwa inaugurated as Zimbabwe’s President

    Former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been sworn in as Zimbabwe’s President, becoming the third President of that country. Crowds have gathered at the 60 000-seat Zimbabwean National Stadium in the capital Harare to witness the inauguration ceremony. When Mnangagwa arrived at the stadium, the crowd erupted with shouts and singing, cheering him. A handful of regional …

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  • 24 November

    Ethics Committee investigate Minister Bongo for alleged bribery

    Ethics Committee will institute investigations following allegations that State Security Minister Bongani Bongo has allegedly offered Advocate Nthuthuzelo Vanara a bribe to resign. Vanara is as an evidence leader in the inquiry into mismagement of state funds at state-owned enterprises. Media reports indicate that Advocate Vanara submitted an affidavit to …

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  • 24 November

    SADC Alliance calls for speedy elections in Zimbabwe

    The SADC Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions and Ombudsman has called for the Zimbabwean government to head to the polls without delay. The Alliance, which met in Tshwane this week, said it has taken note of the positive political developments taking place in Zimbabwe, chief among them, the resignation …

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