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Racist incident at SuperSport condemned

Sports Minister Tokokize Xasa has called upon all South Africans to continue to use sport to unite the nation.However, racist elements must be exposed and isolated, the minister said on Sunday.The minister was reacting to alleged racist behaviour again...

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ALL SOUTH AFRICANS URGED TO BE COUNTRY’S INVESTMENT ENVOYS

DURBAN-- President Cyril Ramaphosa has appealed to business people, labour leaders and ordinary South Africans to become investment envoys as part of his plan to attract more than 1.2 trillion Rand (about 94 billion US dollars) worth of investment to S...

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VOLVO INVESTS IN YOUTH EMPLOYMENT INITIATIVE AT SOUTH AFRICA PLANT

DURBAN-- Responding to President Cyril Ramaphosa's Thuma Mina (Youth Employment Service, or YES) initiative, the Volvo Group Southern Africa is introducing a youth employment initiative at which was unveiled Saturday in its assembly plant in Durban to ...

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Armed robbery suspect arrested: Port Elizabeth

Team work between the various units will ultimately result in quick reaction and apprehension of suspects. Last night, 18 May 2018, PE Flying Squad and K9 unit members arrested three armed robbery suspects within an hour after the commission of the all...

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The mighty arm of the law deals out lengthy sentences

The Grahamstown High Court sentenced two accused for robbery and murder of 42-year-old Xolani Mahlinza which took place during April 2017. Xolani Mahlinza was found wrapped with a cello tape covering his face at his home at Who Can Tell A/A Queenstown....

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Concern over developments in North West, KZN

While South Africa enjoys relative stability, the Department of State Security has expressed concern at recent developments in KwaZulu-Natal and North West provinces.We are concerned by the recent developments in KwaZulu-Natal and in the North West in ...

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