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NGO calls for zama-zamas to be legalised

The bodies of 29 illegal miners were brought out of a disused mine shaft in the Free State this week..

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Motsoeneng’s disciplinary hearing postponed: SABC

SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago said that the chairperson of the disciplinary hearing granted the postponement until 24 May at 6 pm..

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Brown won't face parliament on Molefe reappointment

Acting public enterprises committee chairwoman Zukiswa Rantho said the committee had been informed that Minister Lynne Brown would have to appear in court on the matter..

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General Motors exits SA - Isuzu to step in

American automotive giant General Motors has announced that it is withdrawing from the South African market. As a result, production and sales of Chevrolet models will cease..

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UPDATE: Ntlemeza asks court to overturn Mbalula’s 'illegal conduct'

Former Hawks head, Berning Ntlemeza requested that the North Gauteng High Court grant him a restraining order against Police Minister Fikile Mbalula..

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SA man arrested for climbing Mount Everest illegally

Ryan Sean Davy handed himself in to authorities in Kathmandu on Tuesday after being caught last week hiding in a cave near Everest's base camp without a permit..

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Henri sounded like he was giggling, says witness

Janine Philander testified in the Western Cape High Court that Henri van Breda sounded like he was giggling when he called to report that his parents and brother had been killed..

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Dlamini's children's safety costs state R1m

MPs ask the Social Development Minister why government is spending money on her children's security..

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Raising rates won't lure investment: Kganyago

"Raising the repo rate by itself would do little to attract new investments," Reserve Bank governor LesetjaKganyago was quoted as saying..

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ConCourt reserves judgment in secret ballot case

The Constitution Court reserves judgment in the matter of opposition parties arguing for a secret ballot in the no-confidence motion against President Jacob Zuma..

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