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Mamoepa to get special provincial funeral

Former government spokesperson Ronnie Mamoepa will receive a Special Provincial Official Funeral on Saturday.

Chamber of Mines lodges interdict against Minister Zwane

The Chamber of Mines and Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane are at it again, following the publication of a Notice in the Government Gazette earlier this month.

OPINION: Electing Sisulu would be a gamble for the ANC

Electing Lindiwe Sisulu as the next President of the African National Congress (ANC) would be an epic gamble, because there is simply no way of knowing how the public will react to her.

KZN and Mpumalanga distancing themselves from Guptas

The leadership of the African National Congress (ANC) in KwaZulu-Natal and Mpumalanga is trying to distance itself from the relationship between President Jacob Zuma and the now infamous Gupta family.

Foetus found in skip bin in Pretoria

A foetus has been found in a dumpster in Pretoria on Monday.

Little Charlie Gard's battle comes to an end

Charlie Gard's parents announced on Monday that his life support machines will be turned just weeks shy of his first birthday.

'Tame' bull elephant kills handler

A 'tame' bull elephant on Saturday charged and killed one of its handlers in Victoria Falls

Amor threatens legal action following leaked recording

Singer Amor Vittone is threatening legal action after a recording of an argument between her and her late husband, Joost van der Westhuizen, went viral.

Publisher pulls Mandela book following pressure from family

The book was published on July 18, to coincide with celebrations marking the late president and freedom fighter's birthday.

Thando Thabethe issa fiancée!

Love seems to be overflowing in Mzansi and Thando Thabethe is enjoying it to the max, especially now that she and boyfriend Frans Mashao are officially engaged.

Cape Town residents urged to adhere to water restrictions

The City of Cape Town says that despite low dam levels and several warnings to use water wisely, Capetonians are still using "too much" water.
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