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Miranda Raaff

Miranda Raaff

    EFF splinter party formed
    EFF splinter party formed
    A group of disgruntled EFF members have formed a new party, calling themselves the New Economic Freedom Front.
    Nigeria's TB Joshua cures anything - from Aids to cancer
    Nigeria's TB Joshua cures anything - from Aids to cancer
    The "prophet" of Nigeria's Synagogue Church of All Nations is claimed to have healed a man in a wheelchair, a deaf woman, and even cured Aids.
    Uncertainty over SA deaths after Nigeria church collapse
    Uncertainty over SA deaths after Nigeria church collapse
    SA government believes 300 South Africans were visiting the Lagos church, but it was not clear how many were on the spot when the tragedy struck.
    Police minister yet to start on Nkandla matter
    Police minister yet to start on Nkandla matter
    Nathi Nhleko said he would not consider the Nkandla matter yet, as it is in the hands of Parliament, ad "it must still be handled in Parliament".
    Commercial farmers question Mantashe on land reform
    Commercial farmers question Mantashe on land reform
    ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe faced farmers' questions about land reform, food security, labour unrest and agricultural policy inconsistencies.
    Agang's E Cape branch firmly behind Ramphele
    Agang's E Cape branch firmly behind Ramphele
    Agang's Eastern Cape branch has thrown its weight behind Mamphela Ramphele following factionalism over an account opened up to receive an IEC refund.
    Mbete tries to win over Bekkersdal residents
    Mbete tries to win over Bekkersdal residents
    ANC chair Baleka Mbete told supporters at a rally west of Jo'burg that the ANC was dealing with their issues, unlike the DA. But some remain dubious.
    Business Report's Pressly to appeal dismissal
    Business Report's Pressly to appeal dismissal
    Business Report senior journalist Donwald Pressly will appeal his dismissal by Independent Newspapers for seeking political office with the DA.
    Amcu strike causing irreparable harm, say mines
    Amcu strike causing irreparable harm, say mines
    The ongoing mineworkers' strike in the platinum belt has reached a stage where the financial impact is becoming irreversible, say mining heads.
    Pilot dies after Wonderboom plane crash
    Pilot dies after Wonderboom plane crash
    Police say a pilot who crashed shortly after taking off in a light aircraft at the Wonderboom Airport in Pretoria has died.
    City of Tshwane denies approving R500k Zuma escort bill
    City of Tshwane denies approving R500k Zuma escort bill
    Tshwane municipality has rejected a claim that it approved R500 000 to escort President Jacob Zuma despite not having enough funds to foot the bill.