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Bank of Baroda, which is winding down its operations in South Africa, was thrust into the spotlight two years ago when it started working with the Guptas.
On Tuesday, Tiang Primary School in North West was set alight and records of all Grade three pupils were destroyed in the fire.
On Friday Mantashe was booed off the podium when he took to the stage to deliver his keynote address at the party's consultative conference in the province.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane says the party has proved to the people of the province it stands for good governance.
The province was set to re-run its leadership conference this weekend but chaos descended after a court interdicted the event on Friday evening.
The party said government will use its membership to advance the interests of Africa, particularly the priorities of the African Union agenda 2063.
It comes after the province's elective conference was stopped by a court interdict on Friday evening.
Luyanda Tshabalala will be laid to rest on Saturday following his tragic death on Tuesday night.
Paramedics arrived at the scene around 19:00 on Friday.
All 200 boreholes in Sutherland have dried out as the water levels have dropped significantly consequent to the worst drought in 100 years in the area.
There are five key areas of tobacco control that the new bill seeks to address.
President Cyril Ramaphosa arrived in Toronto on Friday, to participate in the G7 Leaders’ Summit Outreach to be held in Québec City.
The union is demanding a 12 percent salary hike while government is offering seven percent.
The national health scheme has been delayed for over two years over a lack of consensus about its funding and implementation.
Cape Town mayor Patricia De Lille has been challenging a decision by the DA to revoke her membership.
The association was planning a countrywide strike on Monday.
The provincial conference was scheduled to star on Friday.
Cyril Ramaphosa attended the Afrikanerbond’s centenary celebrations. Is he pandering to the opposition or promoting cohesion?, asks Georgina Guedes.
South Africa was the only African country standing.
He was addressing former President Jacob Zuma's supporters outside the High Court in Durban on Friday.
Hearings into allegations of State Captureare are set to begin in August.
Former South African President Jacob Zuma appeared at the KwaZulu-Natal High Court on Friday for the second time.
The family used the jet to fly themselves and government ministers to international destinations. It was seized by authorities in April.
The colloquium is meant to prepare MPs ahead of them embarking on series of public hearings across all the provinces in the country on expropriating land without compensation.
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