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Getrude Makhafola

Getrude Makhafola

    Oakbay workers march to banks to ‘save’ their jobs
    Oakbay workers march to banks to ‘save’ their jobs
    Hundreds of workers from the Gupta family-owned business are set to march to the banks that have closed the accounts of their employers.
    ANCWL reiterates support for Zuma
    ANCWL reiterates support for Zuma
    The ANC Women's League has re-affirmed its support for President Jacob Zuma and lambasted those who have called for him to step down.
    Cope withdraws from Parliament
    Cope withdraws from Parliament
    The party has announced they will withdraw from all parliamentary activities until the Concourt provides clarity on their recent Nkandla judgment.
    Political parties condemn university violence
    Political parties condemn university violence
    The ANC, DA and EFF have spoken out against the escalating violence and apparent deterioration of race relations across SA's universities.
    NYDA does not belong to any party – Manamela
    NYDA does not belong to any party – Manamela
    The NYDA does not belong to any youth political party or organisation, deputy minister in the Presidency Buti Manamela said on Monday.
    Hofmeyr: Blacks were 'not offended' by apartheid tweet, court hears
    Hofmeyr: Blacks were 'not offended' by apartheid tweet, court hears
    Steve Hofmeyr's defence argued that not only was the singer defamed by comedian Conrad Koch, but that blacks were not offended by his tweet.
    NGO apologises for Feed a Child advert
    NGO apologises for Feed a Child advert
    Feed a Child SA has apologised after its advertisement - which was meant to raise awareness about starving children - drew heavy criticism.
    Workers are trapped in slavery wages, says Vavi
    Workers are trapped in slavery wages, says Vavi
    Cosatu's Zwelinzima Vavi has told thousands of striking metalworkers that ​workers have no reason to celebrate 20 years of freedom.
    Krejcir ordered kidnapping, torture of Lukhele - witness
    Krejcir ordered kidnapping, torture of Lukhele - witness
    A witness in the Radovan Krejcir trial has told a court how the Czech fugitive ordered the torture of the brother of a man involved in a drug deal.
    Defiant residents keep protesting
    Defiant residents keep protesting
    Gauteng and North West residents have vowed to continue protesting against poor service delivery until government accedes to their demands.
    Opposition parties committed to a coalition, says DA
    Opposition parties committed to a coalition, says DA
    The Democratic Alliance has said most of SA's opposition parties want a coalition to win 30% of the vote, as well as Gauteng and the Northern Cape.