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Louis Oelofse

Louis Oelofse

    Battle for Scorpions not yet over
    Battle for Scorpions not yet over
    Johannesburg businessman Hugh Glenister has instructed his legal team to apply to the Constitutional Court for an order to prevent the government...
    Court ruling on Scorpions expected next week
    Court ruling on Scorpions expected next week
    Johannesburg businessman Hugh Glenister will likely hear next week whether his court bid to stop the government from disbanding the Scorpions has...
    New train service launched between Jo'burg, Pretoria
    New train service launched between Jo'burg, Pretoria
    From Pretoria to Johannesburg in just under an hour is what Metrorail's new Business Express train promises.
    Gold Fields: 'If we can't mine safely, we won't mine'
    Gold Fields: 'If we can't mine safely, we won't mine'
    Gold Fields will shut down all operations at its South Deep, Kloof, and Driefontein mines in order to conduct an inspection of the ropes on mine...
    Zuma seeks common ground on affirmative action
    Zuma seeks common ground on affirmative action
    Common ground on affirmative action should be found, African National Congress president Jacob Zuma told a largely white Afrikaner gathering on...
    Experts: Pupils' pledge a good start, but ...
    Experts: Pupils' pledge a good start, but ...
    The pledge the government intends having all schoolchildren recite during morning assembly is a good start, but more is needed to instil values in...
    Don't look now, but Tito's drenched in sweat
    Don't look now, but Tito's drenched in sweat
    Press photographers were again barred from attending a press conference where South African Reserve Bank (SARB) Governor Tito Mboweni announced the...
    Govt outlines plans for power crisis
    Govt outlines plans for power crisis
    Switch off your lights is what the government is urging South Africans to do to immediately address what it calls a "national electricity emergency"....
    From cannibalism to cricket - all in a day's work
    From cannibalism to cricket - all in a day's work
    "At least they have stopped eating other people, so our work here is done," a young South African Air Force pilot remarks casually at Kamina in the...
    SA's South Pole adventurers to heat things up
    SA's South Pole adventurers to heat things up
    Two intrepid adventurers are planning to swap extreme cold for extreme heat after becoming the first South Africans to walk unsupported to the...
    Mbeki appoints acting police commissioner
    Mbeki appoints acting police commissioner
    Police National Commissioner Jackie Selebi has been granted an extended leave of absence, President Thabo Mbeki said on Saturday.
    SA troops cheered by parcels from home
    SA troops cheered by parcels from home
    Like children who cannot wait to open presents on Christmas Day, South African soldiers cheered loudly when a large cargo plane carrying goodwill...