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CAPE TOWN - Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille returns to work today after the Democratic Alliance announced it was formally charging her with misconduct and referring her matter to party's legal commission.
PRETORIA – South Africa’s government will today seek an explanation from the US Embassy about derogatory statements made by President Donald Trump about Africa and Haiti.
POLOKWANE – Students have lined-up to register at various institutions of higher learning around the country. eNCA reporter Malungelo Booi has more.
We also look at Togo’s ongoing protest action. We wrap it up with a Nigerian artist, whose work is influenced by his Yoruba roots.
JOHANNESBURG – The EFF will not apologise after trashing H&M stores in and around the country. Political analyst Ebrahim Fakir believes that the party’s actions were derived from the anguish caused by the international brand over a racist advert.
PRETORIA - The Department of International Relations and Co-operation wants the US Embassy to explain President Donald Trump's derogatory comments on African countries and Haiti.
CAPE TOWN - Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille has showed up for work as usual after being charged with misconduct and bringing the DA into disrepute.
JOHANNESBURG - After 200 people were injured in a train crash in Germiston last week, the Railway Safety Regulator is now allowing railway agency PRASA to use manual authorisation for train operators.
POLOKWANE – Thousands of hopeful prospective students have been queuing at the Capricorn T-VET college in Limpopo. Registration is resuming after being postponed last week following a stampede.