SA Council of churches speaks about Marikana week

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This week is Marikana Week; the week that all South Africans would wish had never been; but alas, it is a week that blasted rudely into our national landscape, exposing the fault-lines of class and power differentials in our society, and marring our façade of…

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CSA announced Proteas women’s team expanded

Cricket South Africa (CSA) today announced the expanded list of nationally contracted members of the Momentum Proteas women’s team. This follows the resolution taken at the CSA Board meeting in June to increase the number of contracts from six to 14. The new contracts have…

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Ontong, Bavuma give SA “A” solid first-day start

South Africa A skipper, Justin Ontong and Temba Bavuma (55) laid the foundation for a strong finish for their side on Day One of the second unofficial Test against Australia A in Townsville on Thursday, after they were put on the back foot by three…

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South African Government to create 100 black industrialists

Johannesburg - Government will create 100 black industrialists in the next three years to contribute to the economy and create jobs, Deputy Trade and Industry Minister Mzwandile Masina said on Thursday. “These industrialists… must be active participants in their companies. We want them to get…

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Use power wisely to prevent blackouts

Pretoria – South Africans have been urged to use electricity sparingly to help ease the pressure off the national grid. During an information sharing session on Wednesday, Eskom Group Executive: Sustainability, Dr Steve Lennon, said load shedding is sometimes recommended to prevent a complete blackout.…

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SA Government no plans to nationalise pension funds

Pretoria – Government has no intention to nationalise people’s pension (or provident) funds, or prevent them from accessing their money, says the Department of Basic Education. This after rumours alleged that government would take away people’s hard-earned pensions, and prevent them from accessing their funds.…

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Suspect arrested in connection to Reiger Park shooting

Suspect arrested in connection to Reiger Park shooting Germiston - Gauteng police have arrested a man suspected of kidnapping and murdering three-year-old Cuburne Lavone van Wyk. The suspect was arrested in Germiston on Wednesday by metro police officers. Cuburne’s partially burnt body was found in…

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Illegal power connections under spotlight

Pretoria - Illegal power connections have come under the spotlight as Eskom’s National Electricity Safety Week continues. An electricity connection is considered illegal when any connection is made to the Eskom network without Eskom's permission. This can range from connecting to a mini-substation to connecting…

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HOMES OF HORRORS

"It's as if over the past six months there's been an acceleration of child abuse, child neglect and child rape cases." These are the sentiments of People’s Search and Rescue Unit investigator, Elmarie Potgieter, who is involved in many of these cases. And her views…

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Global Softech Sixes 4-5 September 2014

The Chevrolet Knights squad selected for the Global Softech Sixes, taking place at SuperSport Park, Centurion: Reeza Hendricks Werner Coetsee Pite van Biljon Tumelo Bodibe Dillon du Preez Shadley van Schalkwyk Quinton Friend Malusi Siboto Captain will be announced before start of tournament. Team will…

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