Rand eases on global trade tensions: At 0820 GMT, the rand traded at 13.7200 versus the dollar, 0.35% weaker than its close on Tuesday.
Hearings into state of Limpopo hospitals set to continue: Managers were questioned by the commission following site visits by officials to various hospitals where they noted a shortage of medicine.
[LISTEN] ConCourt confirms rights of wives in polygamous Muslim marriages: Director at the Women’s Legal Centre Seeham Samaai weighs in on the Constitutional Court ruling which clarified the rights of additional spouses in polygamous Muslim marriages.
UWC celebrates dental milestone with extended services to communities: UWC is set to establish a Dental-Genetics Clinic this year that will extend the range of services on offer to surrounding communities.
Saftu: Workers’ salaries not enough to meet increasing living costs: Saftu’s Zwelinzima Vavi says the working class will bear the brunt of these increases.
CT MMC Suzette Little under investigation after claims of misconduct: EWN has seen the complaints of two city employees who claim Suzette Little has been shirking her duties, misusing council resources and is abusive to her staff.
Probe after woman found alive in JHB mortuary fridge: Paramedics had declared her dead at the scene of a deadly road collision in the early hours of 24 June.
Pandor: SA graduates must have opportunities within Brics: Minister Naledi Pandor will be hosting the Brics network university conference at Stellenbosch University from Thursday.
Military Road in Steenberg closed due to protest: At this stage, it’s unclear what the demonstration is about.
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