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Playing fields not quite level, despite progress

More than 50% of sport federations in South Africa have reported senior and underage representative teams that are well below the envisaged 50% representation target.Despite this, some progress is being made in top codes such as cricket and rugby, whic...

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SIX RHINOS FROM SOUTH AFRICA SUCCESSFULLY TRANSLOCATED IN CHAD

PRETORIA, For the first time in 46 years, the black rhinoceros will roam in Chad, following the successful translocation of six black rhinos in the central African nation from South Africa.I am delighted that South Africa's conservation success is able...

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Stadium violence investigators appeal for assistance

The SAPS KZN Provincial Task Team is investigating a case linked to the violence which occurred at the Moses Mabhida Stadium following the soccer match between Kaiser Chiefs and Free State Stars on 21 April 2018. The investigating team in conjunction w...

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11 Looting accused remanded in custody, more goods recovered

Mahikeng: The implementation of Integrated National Plan to assert the Authority of the State displayed its significance on Friday, 4 May 2018, when 11 burglary and malicious damage to property accused aged between 20 and 39 were remanded in custody un...

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Thirteen-month-old Brackendowns baby found and domestic helper arrested

An effectively executed tactical takedown by a multi-disciplinary team of the South African Police Service in Gauteng Province, has led to the arrest of five suspects for the kidnapping of 13-month old Eden Laird of Brackendowns.Baby Eden was reported ...

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Presidency condemns killing of MUT student

Minister in the Presidency, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, has condemned the killing of Zolile Khumalo, who was allegedly shot dead by her ex-boyfriend on Tuesday.Khumalo, a Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) first year quantity surveying student, w...

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