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Nolitha Langa has died

The family of South African gospel singer, Nolitha Langa, confirmed that she has passed away.

MEC threatens to dock councillor salaries

The MEC for Co-Operative Governance in KwaZulu-Natal Nomusa Dube-Ncube said councillors who failed to initiate the turnaround of poorly performing municipalities in that province, would be dealt with harshly.

Limpopo pupils finally get their results

More than 170 pupils at the New Era College in the Limpopo Province have received their matric results, after the institution had been implicated in cheating during the National Senior Certificate Examinations.

Public sector needs more doctors

Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said there were more than 100 posts available for doctors in the public sector, quashing the notion that there were no jobs for qualified practitioners.

SAPS official defrauds state of R3.4-million

A Finance Administration Clerk at the South African Police will appear in the Springbok Regional Court on April 24, after being accused of fraud.

This Day in History: 20 January, 1987

The Margo commission into the plane crash that claimed the life of Mozambique president Samora Machel, started on January 20, 1987.

Eastern Cape cop arrested for taking a bribe

The South African Police have arrested one of their warrant officers, after he was accused of soliciting a bribe from a complainant at Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape.

Cops make R600 000 drug bust in Knysna

The South African Police in Knysna confiscated drugs to the value of R600 000 this week, following the arrests of two suspects.

ANCYL wants Gordhan gone

The ANCYL have called on President Zuma to fire Pravin Gordhan. They allege that Gordhan has been captured by capital and that he has failed to transform SAA.

Smash and grab suspects caught red-handed

The three suspects who were involved in a Western Cape smash and grab incident this week, have been apprehended by the local Flying Squad.

WASPS to protest Trump inauguration

The Workers and Socialist Party (WASP) in South Africa will picket outside the United States Consulate on Friday, shortly before Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.
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