Religious leaders say prayer is needed to solve SA’s problems: Religious leaders, under the auspices of the newly-formed Pentagon Prayer Movement, are to hold a National Day of Prayer at Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg to save South Africa from all its ills.
ConCourt dismisses Gauteng education department’s appeal in Overvaal language case: The court has noted that the department failed to consider the available capacity at two English medium schools that share the same feeder zone as Hoërskool Overvaal.
Land: Let the people speak – Tears, boos and a mention of Nkandla as Gauteng has its say: The start of the Gauteng leg of Parliament’s Joint Constitutional Review Committee’s land hearings has been highly emotional.
Attack on JMPD officer is ‘an attack on our government’ – Mashaba: City of Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has decried the release of a taxi driver who allegedly assaulted a Johannesburg Metro Police Department officer.
Waratahs to front Lions pack with ‘attacking mentality’: Waratahs prop Sekope Kepu says their forwards are excited about the challenge of facing a heavyweight Lions pack.
Lions without star loosie for semi-final: Lions coach Swys de Bruin has named his team for the Super Rugby semi-final against the Waratahs at Ellis Park.
Land: The people speak – Tshwane residents unhappy as hearings hit Gauteng: Gauteng residents have a chance to air their views on the critical land question as the Constitutional Review Committee makes three stops in the province this week.
Klerksdorp tragedy: Principal opens up after two learners die: They were on their way back from the Matlosana shopping centre in Klerksdorp when Annelize’s vehicle collided with a truck on the N12.
Bookies fancy a Crusaders v Lions final: The Crusaders will host the Lions in the 2018 Super Rugby final, if bookmakers are to be believed…
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