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Old age homes are for whites, not blacks: Mpumalanga premier

Mpumalanga premier David Mabuza has said old age homes are for whites and that blacks must not adopt the practice.

Mandela led the nation when Hani was assassinated: Motlanthe

Former president Nelson Mandela lead the nation when Chris Hani was assassinated 21 years ago on Thursday, Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe said.

Zuma spends birthday campaigning in Cape Flats

President Jacob Zuma celebrated his 72nd birthday on Saturday campaigning in the Western Cape.

Ramphele, Zille agree

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Politicos doctor health sector

Accountability on the part of management would go a long way to fixing the public health system, according to most opposition political parties.

Exercise Christian values during Easter: Peters

Motorists should exercise Christian and Constitutional values when using the roads during the Easter break, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters said on Thursday.

Kasrils reckless and counter-revolutionary: ANC

A call by former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils for voters to either not vote for the ANC or spoil their ballots is "reactionary", the ruling party said on Tuesday.

Dali Tambo's Madiba bust above board: parliament

There was nothing untoward about awarding a closed tender to Dali Tambo to create a bust of former president Nelson Mandela, Parliament said.

Zuma pulls crowds in Durban

The party faithful turned out in droves as President Zuma toured several areas of greater Durban where he campaigned for the ANC ahead of the May 7 election.

Local government

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Service delivery protests hit Gauteng

Gauteng saw two protests take place, as residents in Olievenhoutbosch in Centurion and residents in Kliptwon, Soweto took to the streets to express displeasure at service delivery related matters.

Transport backbone to be commuter rail: MEC

There is little doubt commuter rail will be the backbone of public transport in Gauteng in the future, transport MEC Ismail Vadi said.

Johannesburg going green: Tau

The City of Johannesburg will be investing more money in the green economy to cope with increasing energy demand, create jobs and reduce its carbon emissions footprint.