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This was the first formal meeting between the two since Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa succeeded President Jacob Zuma as head of the governing party in December.
The newly-elected ANC President says the governing party is yet to discuss the inquiry's terms of reference.
The Department of International Relations and Cooperation says relations between South Africa and the United States must be based on mutual respect.
The university directed first-time entering undergraduate students to apply via the university’s website or a self-help station at Unisa's Service Centres by Friday.
GDE spokesperson Steve Mabona said most parents complained they were given alternative schools, which they did not want.
The South African Police Service (SAPS) said on Saturday there had been several incidents during protests at H&M shops around the province.
Approximately 20 security personnel wearing black were stationed in and around the flagship store at Johannesburg's Sandton City.
Political analyst Karima Browns reckons we're seeing the crystallisation of the contradictions within party and government.
Cape Mayor Patricia de Lille is likely to know her fate within the Democratic Alliance in the next 24 hours.
'The 33-year-old driver and his 29-year-old passenger died on the scene, while the other female occupant, aged 26 years, died later in hospital.'
The Railway Safety Regulator has lifted its ban preventing the Prasa from using manual authorisation for train operations, subject to certain conditions.
H&M has been accused of racism after a black model boy wore sweat shirt in an advert, with the slogan "coolest monkey in the jungle".
The National Freedom Party (NFP) will hold an elective conference by the end of June.
The protest seems to have moved countrywide with reports in the Western Cape.
A man could be seen approaching a woman before uttering words "you are a k****r" during an altercation.
The forum accused the former public protector of “seeking media attention and limelight..."
ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa has urged the ANC to start a fight against the plight of corruption.
Gauteng police have confirmed to eNCA that rubber bullets were fired at a H&M store at the East Rand Mall on Saturday.
Mannequin and clothes could be seen scattered on the floor and the doors of the store have been closed.
The newly-elected ANC President is delivering his maiden January 8th statement in East London on Saturday morning.
Eastern Cape chairperson Oscar Mabuyane says the party can't enjoy anything without the key metro.
The North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria will rule on the matter of school admissions on Monday afternoon.
The ANC's newly elected president had little appetite for hard and perhaps possibly controversial politics, opting for safer terrain.
A senior ANCYL NEC member says the Women’s League will perish if it fails to introduce younger leaders.
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