It turned out to be an elections publicity stunt to get people to vote ANC.
New Zealand imposed an immediate ban on assault weapons on Thursday, taking swift action in response to the Christchurch massacre and triggering renewed calls from leading American politicians for curbs in the United States.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s final report on his campaign’s possible collusion with Russia in the 2016 election should be made public.
Footage of EFF members illegally removing ANC posters could see the party sanctioned by the IEC.
The MEC claims the automotive giant will be issuing a statement to ‘rectify its mistakes’ soon.
The president was stuck for hours in an overcrowded Metrorail carriage on Monday.
A radical new housing deal has been proposed to break apartheid barriers.
We will face another recession by year’s end if the Eskom load shedding debacle isn’t remedied, according to forecasts by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. 
The ballot this year will be the longest in democratic history despite the IEC requiring hefty deposit fees that aren’t refunded if parties don’t win a seat.
Parliament has passed the Public Audit Excess Fee Bill, Public Service Commission Amendment Bill, as well as the Films and Publications Amendment Bill ahead of the elections.
Given the Bulls captain and Bok pivot’s red-hot form to date this season, that’s a weird thought.
It has been hailed as an effort to intensify government’s fight against graft.
The public protector accuses the minister of ‘interference with the functioning of her office and contempt for her.’
Prime Minister Theresa May asked EU leaders Wednesday for a three-month delay to Brexit amid continued political deadlock in London, but Brussels warned the postponement carried ‘serious legal and political risks’.

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Crime Explosives seized, as SAPS net five and foil ATM bomb plot

The National Intervention Unit of the KwaZulu-Natal SAPS seized explosives and arrested five suspects in an intelligence-driven operation in the early hours of Wednesday.

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British Prime Minister Theresa May is due back in Brussels on Thursday on a last-gasp mission to beg EU leaders for more time to deliver a Brexit deal twice rejected by her own parliament.

World Pope Francis calls for help for Cyclone Idai victims

Pope Francis expressed his pain Wednesday at the devastation wrought by Cyclone Idai in southern Africa and called for ‘comfort and support’ for victims of the disaster.

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Eskom announced on Wednesday night that there would be another day of Stage 4 load shedding for most of Thursday, despite it being a public holiday.

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Politics De Lille urges SA to reflect on women’s rights on Human Rights Day

Good leader Patricia De Lille said on Wednesday that on Human Rights Day South Africans had to reflect on the failure of their rights-based democracy to protect women from violence and poverty.

World EU chief says Brexit delay possible if MPs approve deal

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VIDEO: Apologetic EFF ‘condemns’ members for removing ANC posters

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Allandale substation catches fire, adds to load-shedding woes

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Pakistan student kills professor over mixed-gender reception

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Twenty-four women ‘rescued’ from brothel in Mpumalanga

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EskomSePush app has had to upgrade its servers to deal with the demand

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Victim of bullet-riddled ambush on R21 dies

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Things are looking up for two KZN municipalities after section 139 intervention

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Unearth the rot at PIC, people’s pensions are at stake, says Holomisa

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IEC promises to keep lights on in voting stations during elections

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