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Speculation remains rife that President Jacob Zuma might be recalled during the ANC's first National Executive Committee meeting following the elective conference.
Enraged residents on the Cape Flats say they will continue to attack alleged child rapists in their community.
The speed limit on the line is 90-kilometres per hour - the train was travelling at 70 km/h.
A councillor close to the family confirmed the former Western Cape politician's passing to eNCA.
The Department of Health and Sovereign Foods have been at loggerheads following a mixed bag of test results.
The ANC took it's anniversary celebrations to the Eastern Cape where more cattle exchanged hands as gifts.
No fatalities have been reported, but around 200 people are being treated for injuries ranging from minor to serious.
The Gauteng Education Department accuses an Afrikaans medium school of discriminating against English speaking pupils.
Forensic experts, speaking to eNCA, said pieces of rib cage and other “terrible stuff were discovered in coaches and mangled metal.
Lawyers representing local communities told Reuters a deal between Amplats and the tribal chief had been reached.
The foundation says the kidnappers sent a message in December claiming they knew his whereabouts.
As residents in Gauteng and Limpopo wipe the sweat from their brows, they've been advised to get their umbrellas and raincoats ready.
The king is expected to present party President Cyril Ramaphosa with a gift.
The incident happened when a group of security officers followed the worker, who was driving a tractor allegedly stolen from his employer.
ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa said the ANC was on its way to win the hearts and minds of the people.
The higher education transformation network and civil right groups have launched a court interdict in the North Gauteng High Court.
Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille is on a mission to clear her name after being accused of using taxpayers' money to upgrade her home.
Angry contractors are demanding that Gauteng premier David Makhura address them.
Controversy dogs the ANC's elective conference, now with a challenge of the outcomes of the NEC results.
The uMkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans Association says it is possible for President Jacob Zuma to lead the country without leading the ANC.
Taxi operations were suspended in December, following ongoing violence between two taxi associations. The feud has claimed 61 lives since 2014.
Two people were killed when the severe weather hit Gauteng, while 33 homes were damaged.
Taxi drivers allegedly squared up with SVK gang members and nyaope addicts in an apparent revenge attack.
As the African National Congress (ACN) formally celebrated its 106th anniversary on Monday, the party's top six proved you can indeed have your cake and eat it. would like to send you push notifications.
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