One user told the former minister the photo seemed to actually point the finger at people stealing DA posters.
To claim that protests are being organised suggests sinister motives. But all protest is organised. So are cake sales and shopping expeditions.
The opposition accuses the ruling party of trying to downplay the true extent of the electricity crisis while election season is upon us.
Linda Zondi highlights how the much maligned stalwart’s stats are actually misleading going into the World Cup.
The party is concerned the judicial system only exacerbates the abuse of victims.
The transport minister says no one should think they can use half-baked excuses to get away with drunken driving.
The police minister believes only cops and soldiers should legally be using firearms.
Eskom insists voice notes warning of looming strike action that could cripple the nation’s power supply are fake.
There will probably be no disruptions to the company’s services over the Easter weekend.
The team’s defence coach, who’s staring code of conduct charges in the face, will be appealing.
The AfriForum deputy CEO argued on international TV that it’s ‘less condemnable to kill a white farmer’ in SA than other forms of crime.
The DA leader says the president failed to publicly disclose a conflict of interest relating to his son’s work for the controversial company.
The uncertainty over the veteran’s inclusion is over after the national selectors backed his pedigree for the tournament
Booysens says the amount was in excess of the R100k permitted by the ministerial handbook for upgrades.

Africa US ‘encouraged’ in Sudan, urges greater transition

The United States on Thursday praised orders by Sudan’s new military leader to free political prisoners and end a night curfew but urged more action to transition to democracy.

Science Bee-wildering! Hives of Notre-Dame in miraculous survival

Some 200,000 bees inhabiting hives in Notre-Dame cathedral survived the inferno that engulfed the heritage landmark in a miraculous escape, their beekeeper said Thursday.

World Tennis Djokovic, Nadal cruise into Monte Carlo quarters

Top seed Novak Djokovic and 11-time champion Rafael Nadal showed no mercy in dominating wins to power into the Monte Carlo Masters quarter-finals on Thursday.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin sought to reassure top French business leaders in the Kremlin Thursday as they met following the arrests of several major foreign investors.

Protests Housing list sparks protests in East London

Police use tear gas and rubber bullets to quell two days of demonstrations in Nompumelelo township.

Travel Government departments issue Easter Weekend travel advisories

DAFF wants travellers to comply with the country’s import requirements for agricultural and related regulated products while the department of water would like to prevent drownings.

SA transport union appeals to road users to prioritise safety

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Numsa vows to fight on despite Labour Court interdict against strike at Comair

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Amazon, Google agree to allow each other’s streaming apps

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Inter-ministerial task team looks to resolve Alexandra issues

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IOC pledge 500,000 euros to help ensure Notre Dame ready for Paris 2024

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Elderly KZN couple’s suicide shocks Amanzimtoti community

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No new foot-and-mouth cases detected in 10 weeks

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Facebook bans UK far-right groups

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DR Congo mourns as 127 feared dead in boat sinking

Africa DR Congo mourns as 127 feared dead in boat sinking

Worry over ‘modern art thing’ on rebuilt Notre-Dame

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‘No funds available’ for crumbling Pretoria primary schools

Education ‘No funds available’ for crumbling Pretoria primary schools

Sundowns ask Caf to postpone Wydad clash

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Administrator appointed in Pietermaritzburg’s Msunduzi municipality

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