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Blitzboks bounce back from shock loss to sink Spain at Toulouse Sevens

The Blitzboks bounced back from an embarrassing defeat to Ireland to beat Spain in their second Pool D encounter at…

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5,800 government officials were caught for R350 Covid grant fraud – this is what happened to them

Social services minister Lindiwe Zulu says that her department is working with the Department of Public Service and Administration, the…

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‘Manner of arrest complicated identification’ – NPA explains withdrawal of case against veterans – The Citizen

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has explained why the case against the 52 liberation struggle war veterans has been withdrawn.…

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Govt refutes claims that it is withholding KwaZulu-Natal flood relief funds | News24

The government says R1 billion in funds for KZN flood relief is not being withheld. Instead, the reprioritisation of the…

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Tshwane Transport MMC promises Numsa a response on their demands by Wednesday

City of Tshwane’s MMC of Roads and Transport Dikeledi Selowa said the three agencies involved in the matter have been…

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Ethiopian govt bans The Economist journalist from working in the country | News24

The Ethiopian government has revoked the media accreditation of The Economist journalist Tom Gardner. The country’s Media Licence Registration and…

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UKZN PhD graduate says research can improve women’s rights

Sethembiso Mthembu graduated with a PhD in social sciences from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) on Friday. Her research tackled…

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Climate change doubled chance of South African floods that killed 435 people, analysis shows

Parts of South Africa experienced more than 350mm of rainfall in two days, causing destructive floods in KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern…

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Megacap stocks hit unhappy milestone with worst dive since 2000

Tech and megacap growth stocks are selling off at the fastest pace since the dotcom bust of 2000 when compared…

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‘We’re both f***ing tough cricketers’: Elgar prepares for battle with Stokes

Rain washed out the second day’s play of last year’s Boxing Day Test against India at Centurion and, while the…

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