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Ramaphosa refuses Moyane request to reconsider exit settlement: Suspended Sars Commissioner Tom Moyane had asked the president to agree that he be paid out for the remaining 18 months of his contract plus bonuses.
Cele: Govt measures in place to deal with KZN political killings: Tabling his budget in the National Assembly on Tuesday, Police Minister Bheki Cele said that political violence in the province is receiving special attention.
DA: ANC more concerned with clinging to power, than serving people of Gauteng: The DA maintains that if Gauteng Premier David Makhura took full responsibility for the Esidimeni tragedy he would have done the honourable thing and resigned.
Two security guards wounded in Roodepoort cash-in-transit heist: Criminals on Tuesday night shot at the vehicle, causing the tyres to burst and then looted it.
Nehawu warns mass action could shutdown Mahikeng: On what’s been dubbed a national day of action, Nehawu says that today’s march in Mahikeng is because of inaction on the demands it submitted nearly two months ago to the office of the premier.
Hundreds of foreign nationals stranded in NW following protests: Most foreigners here say they are afraid to return to their communities while Mahumapelo remains in his position because they fear a resurgence of violence.
Foreign shop owners in KZN plead for govt protection following threat: Foreign shop owners in KZN townships have been living in fear since the emergence of a threatening letter from the Northern Region Business Association.
Calls mount for closure of Israeli embassy in SA: Groups, including the Palestine Solidarity Alliance, SACP and Numsa, say that government should also impose economic sanctions against Israel.
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Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighter party, speaks to the media outside the parliament following the national budget speech in Cape Town, South Africa, on Feb. 22, 2017. Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighter party, speaks to the media outside the parliament following the national budget speech in Cape Town, South Africa, on Feb. 22, 2017.
A new report has predicted that Merger and Acquisition, M&A in Nigeria and other African nations will rise to $ 4.5 billion this year. The Global Transaction report obtained by Sweetcrude indicated that total M&A value in Nigeria and other African nations was $ 4.4 billion in 2017.
As developing countries continue to gain access to technology and begin to innovate existing systems, it is has become clear that technology has stopped being an end in itself but an instrumental tool and means to accelerate growth and development. For more than a decade, African economies have exceeded the global average for growth and this acceleration has been mirrored by the advancement of innovation on the continent.
South African ranchers launched an online market for rhino horn on Monday, saying the open trade would help squeeze poachers out of the business. A White Rhino and her calf walk in the dusk light in Pilanesberg National Park in South Africa's North West Province April 19, 2012.
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Zuma is not out yet, but he will be by February 15. Today, Speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete moved the motion of no confidence originally scheduled for February 22 to Thursday, February 15. The vote will not be by secret ballot, so the public will know if any MP votes for Zuma. Most, if not all, of the opposition parties will also vote for the motion, which is likely to be carried by a huge majority.
Magashule said the scandal-tainted President Ja… Last year's Phoenix court victory has been followed by a more responsive attitude by the FAA as it continues to roll out the air traffic modernization plan known as “NextGen” around the United States. A surge in infants born in the U.S. with withdrawal symptoms from their mothers' opioid use has outpaced science on how best to treat them.
Magashule said the scandal-tainted President Ja… Police say authorities are responding to a shooting outside the National Security Agency campus at Fort Meade, where police have surrounded a handcuffed man after a black SUV ran into a barrier. New Hampshire restaurants would no longer be allowed to offer soda as a beverage choice for children's meals under a bill before a House committee.
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South Africans should be patient with the ruling African National Congress leader Cyril Ramaphosa as he holds talks with President Jacob Zuma for a transition of power, the party's national chairperson said on Saturday. FILE PHOTO: President of South Africa Jacob Zuma attends the 54th National Conference of the ruling African National Congress at the Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa December 16, 2017.
Home Affairs Director of Asylum Seeker Management Mandla Madumisa and Advocate Maemo Machete gave testimony in Johannesburg at the SA Human Rights Commission hearings into xenophobia. Johannesburg The Department of Home Affairs says most refugee status appeals are not from people fleeing war-torn countries for safety, but are made by young males seeking better economic opportunities.
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Tiger Brands said CEO Peter Matlare will leave South Africa’s largest food producer after presiding over declining profit and a writedown in the value of the company‘s Nigerian unit. The shares rose to a four-month high.