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Kannaland Municipality needs R12.7m to avoid Eskom cutoff

The Kannaland Municipality is urgently looking for R12.7 million to avoid getting cut off by Eskom later in February.

Planned ANC gathering not approved by City of Cape Town

The Western Cape ANC plans to march through Cape Town to celebrate the 26th anniversary of former president Nelson Mandela's release from prison, ahead of the State of the Nation address on Thursday.

Labour warns of scam using Minister Mildred Oliphant’s name

The Department of Labour has cautioned the public and stakeholders of a scam in which fraudsters are using the name of the Minister of Labour Mildred Oliphant‚ requesting monies to be transferred electronically for “beneficiaries”.

Social labour plan commitment welcomed as a first for mining

A public commitment to publish its Social Labour Plan on the company’s website by Mark Cutifani‚ Chief Executive of Anglo American PLC‚ is a step in the right direction and more companies need to follow suit‚ says the Bench Marks Foundation.

SANRAL takes first steps to legal action: AA

The Automobile Association (AA) says it is sure that the South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) understands that it cannot threaten legal action against motorists unless it intends following through with court action.

Parliamentary committee to probe complaint against Knysna municipality

Parliament’s Select Committee on Petitions and Executive Undertakings says that after having listened to a petition of maladministration and financial irregularities against Knysna municipality it has resolved to investigate the matter further in order to arrive at a sound determination.

Perceptions of Zuma in media at all-time low after Nene axing

Perceptions of President Jacob Zuma in the media are at their lowest following a bizarre juggling act of three finance ministers in one week.

Pressure on Maine to retract threats and EFF monkey jibe

Pressure is mounting on ANC Youth League (ANCYL) president Collen Maine to retract his threats of a civil war and calling Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) members monkeys.

Joburg's Corridors of Freedom get funding boost

The City of Johannesburg has concluded a partnership with the Global Environment Fund to secure a grant of R120-million for its Corridors of Freedom project.

Mining 'shafted' in SA

South Africa is one of the richest countries in natural resources - from gold to iron ore. The problem: few companies want the headache of digging it up.

Downs Downs: Get into a right state

Tomorrow custom dictates that South Africans huddle around their televisions and take turns tutting disapprovingly at President Jacob Zuma's annual State of the Nation speech.

Irate Christians drive devil into outer darkness

The devil has changed his time slot.

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Bulls' Handré Pollard ruled out for a year with injury

Bulls coach Nollis Marais's immediate reaction on hearing that his star flyhalf, Handré Pollard, was out for the year, demonstrated exactly how devastating this news really was.

Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho tells friends Man United job is his: reports

Jose Mourinho has told friends and associates that he will replace Louis van Gaal as Manchester United manager at the end of the season, according to reports in several British newspapers on Wednesday.

Kriel, Serfontein unite in Bulls' midfield

Springbok midfielders Jesse Kriel and Jan Serfontein will combine for the first time as a centre pairing on Saturday when the Bulls play the Lions in a Super Rugby warm-up match in Polokwane.

#FeesMustFall movement hits Bidvest Stadium as Kaizer Chiefs beat Wits

Bidvest Wits conspired to miss a string of excellent chances and allow Kaizer Chiefs an unlikely 1-0 Absa Premiership victory at Bidvest Stadium in Johannesburg on Tuesday night.

Gimme nine! History made at Varsity Cup game

It took only eight minutes of the 2016 Varsity Cup for history to be made, with the first-ever nine-point try in competitive rugby.

Tim Noakes in tears

Banting diet champion Tim Noakes broke down in tears yesterday as he gave evidence at the "humiliating" Health Professions' Council of SA inquiry into his alleged misconduct.

Wobbly Zuma walks tightrope at address

Warning signs are all over the road, now it's up to President Jacob Zuma to drive South Africa out of trouble and onto the path to recovery.

Protect your privacy

Most consumers have wised up to the fact that they should never let their bank cards out of their sight and so no longer allow waiters to walk away from the table with their card.

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