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November 19 - eNCA speaks to researcher Kerwin Lebone, from the SA Institute for Race Relations, about the results of a report released by Statistics SA. The report highlights the huge disparities in living conditions between black and white infants.
November 19 - Minority rights group Afriforum has released a video, on November 18, showing three masked men gaining access to a private home. The incident was caught on the home-owner's cctv camera system.
Cape Town, November 19 - A Global forum, the International commission for conservation of Atlantic Tunas, of forty six countries has gathered in Cape Town to deliberate on the future of Atlantic Bluefin tuna, sharks, and illegal fishing.
Eastern Cape, November 19 - The multi-million rand Mandela School of Science and Technology will open its doors for the new school year. Electronics company Siemens has assisted in sponsoring the build of the facility.
Johannesburg, November 19 - The Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory says it’ll spearhead dialogue on critical issues facing society as part of honouring the elder statesman’s legacy. President Jacob Zuma officially opened the public facility last night.
A third video of a hijacking in the Johannesburg CBD, captured by CCTV cameras, has surfaced. [ YouTube / FASDAProtection]
Ekurhuleni, November 18 – The 18 men and women accused of cruelty to animals, relating to dog fighting in Tsakane, Ekurhuleni, have been released. Five of the 14 dogs involved in the dog fights, have had to be euthanised because of their injuries.
Polokwane, November 18 - Julius Malema's trial relates to a multimillion-rand tender the Limpopo Transport Department awarded to On Point Engineering. Malema's Ratanang Family Trust was a shareholder in On Point Engineering, who allegedly made bribes.
Johannesburg, November 18 - Lydia Masango, 58, is desperately trying to support her five grandchildren. Two months ago Lydia, and thousands of other informal traders, were evicted from Johannesburg's CBD by the City - who they are now taking to court.
Johannesburg, November 18 – The ground moved in Johannesburg just before 10am this morning, when a tremor hit the city. Experts say the magnitude-four quake was 'quite a big guy'.