‘We are working to de-racialise our economy’: President Cyril Ramaphosa says the state is serious about supporting black businesses.
Mahumapelo welcomes national govt’s intervention at NW Health: The national government has placed the North West Health Department under administration.
Metrorail crew receiving treatment after Blackheath crash: Seven men were killed when a train crashed into a bakkie at the Buttskop level crossing this morning.
Maimane: People call me mini-Mandela: The DA leader says he’s willing to be attacked for fighting for the legacy of the late former president.
Police confirm Uber driver shot dead in Brackendowns: It’s understood the driver had just dropped off a client on Thursday when the occupants of a white Renault Clio approached him and opened fire.
Dirco welcomes North & South Korea summit: The leaders of the two countries have signed a declaration agreeing to work towards the “complete de-nuclearisation” of the Korean peninsula.
‘We must confront white privilege & black poverty’: DA leader Mmusi Maimane addressed supporters in Pretoria on Friday where the party held a Freedom Day rally.
Ramaphosa: Work being done to make SA competitive, attractive: Speaking at the official Freedom Day celebrations in Bloemfontein, the president said money that’s been illegally taken out of SA must come back to the country to work for its people.
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