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Soccer City, the iconic centrepiece stadium of South Africa’s upcoming World Cup, opened its doors today to allow the first visitors to have a peek inside. The event was held specially and available only to workers from Johannesburg, but it also gave organisers a good chance to test their procedures on a small scale, before the main event opens in just over two months. A voiced AFPTV report.
WATCH: Protests outside, dancing inside — Molefe returns to mixed reactions: Brian Molefe entered Eskom’s Megawatt Park to song and dance on Monday as he was welcomed back as chief executive. Watch.
Trial of terror-accused twins postponed: The trial of terror-accused 23-year-old twins, Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie, has been postponed to the end of the month.
Secret ballot will maintain integrity of ‘no confidence vote’, UDM tells ConCourt: Allowing for a secret ballot to be held during the motion of no confidence vote in Parliament will allow members of the house to feel safe enough to vote with integrity, the UDM has argued.
Molefe reappointment: Cope, DA protest outside Eskom HQ: A group of Cope and DA supporters have protested outside Eskom’s Megawatt Park in Midrand, Johannesburg, saying they do not want Brian Molefe to be reappointed as CEO of the parastatal.
Be prepared for dictatorship – Malema warns about Zuma: EFF leader Julius Malema has warned that if a Parliamentary motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma succeeds, he will still try to remain in office.
ConCourt to hear arguments for secret ballot in Zuma vote of no confidence: South Africa’s attention will be focused on the Constitutional Court as some of the best legal minds in the country once again argue on a matter involving President Jacob Zuma.
LIVE: Not all MPs are spineless – lawyer: Anton Katz, representing the IFP in the UDM’s bid for the Constitutional Court to rule for a secret ballot in a proposed ‘no confidence’ vote in President Jacob Zuma, has argued that in principle every motion of ‘no confidence’ should be dealt with by secret ballot.
Actor, DJ shot dead in Johannesburg: A former Generations actor and Jozi FM DJ has been shot and killed during a robbery in Soweto, the radio station and police have confirmed.
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It might not have a shebeen, but the upmarket residential estate former Eskom boss Brian Molefe now calls home boasts plenty of other perks for “discerning families”.
News24 visits Losperfontein correctional facility during the annual search operation known as ‘Operation Vala’, where one prisoner reveals what life on the inside is like.
Etihad Airways Boeing 787 Dreamliner touched down at OR Tambo International Airport after its inaugural flight from Abu Dhabi November 1. It's not everyday that one is afforded an opportunity to witness such elegance and splendour as the 787 Dreamliner lands for the first time in Johannesburg, South Africa. Operating daily between Johannesburg and Abu Dhabi, the two-class B787-9 Dreamliner features Etihad Airways' next-generation Business and Economy Class cabins.
A Johannesburg mother says she has been left feeling torn apart since her toddler was abducted during a house robbery.
Video: Africa’s only gay radio station broadcasts from South Africa. GaySAradio produces content for Africa’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and intersex communities and is trying to counter homophobia and break down stereotypes. The BBC’s Christian Parkinson spent the day at the station in the capital, Pretoria.
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Video: Dadaab was meant as a temporary refugee home for Somalis fleeing their country’s civil war. Twenty five years later, it’s home to 330,000 people – and the third biggest city in Kenya. This week, the Kenyan government announced plans to try and close it down.
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A group of men were the difference between life and death for a horse, saved after a marathon rescue effort after it fell into a manhole in the City of Ekurhuleni.