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Tributes for jazz legend Philip Tabane

Tributes are pouring in for the late South African jazz legend Philip Tabane, who passed away on Friday.Tabane (84), who passed away at the Mamelodi Hospital, was best known for his hit songs Nkupi and Muvhango.But acclaim for his music goes back much ...

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Fight against drugs gains momentum

The fight against the mushrooming of drugs and the drugs trafficking in the Province is gaining momentum and it continues to produce fruitful and meaningful results focusing in all the Clusters.The ongoing Intelligence led joint operations composed of ...

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Suspects arrested with unlicensed firearms in Khayelitsha and Nyanga

We are clamping down on serious and violent crimes in this province, and criminals with unlicensed firearms are in our sights. This is what three shopkeepers in Harare learnt the hard way last night when they were arrested for being in possession of tw...

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Local wine company seals major deal in China

A South African wine company has secured a deal which will see it export wine to China.The Western Cape's Thandi Wines has secured a one-year contract with a Chinese distributor to export their range of premium wines to China.The contract was agreed to...

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Tourism must embrace all South Africans

Tourism Deputy Minister Elizabeth Thabethe says more work needs to be done to ensure that the benefits of tourism are accessible to all.We must continue the work of MaSisulu and Madiba to promote inclusivity. Tourism must become a sector that embraces ...

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Hawks nab four suspects for drug dealing

The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation on Thursday arrested four suspects aged between 29 and 44, for racketeering, money laundering, dealing and illegal possession of narcotics, steroids, prohibited firearms and ammunitions, as well as kidna...

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