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AfriForum takes Unisa to court over language policy
AfriForum takes Unisa to court over language policy
AfriForum is approaching the High Court in Pretoria over the disputed language policy at the University of South Africa.
Street names should recognise all heroes, Concourt hears
Street names should recognise all heroes, Concourt hears
The names of streets should reflect heroes across the South African cultural divide, the Constitutional Court heard on Thursday.
State must 'step up' to combat farm attacks
State must 'step up' to combat farm attacks
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) released a report into "farm attacks" affecting farm owners and farmworkers on Thursday, which...
AfriForum: Zuma is using Afrikaners as scapegoats
AfriForum: Zuma is using Afrikaners as scapegoats
"The president's undertaking to protect minorities remains empty words as long as he distorts history," AfriForum said in a statement.
AfriForum lays charges against Malema for land grab comments
AfriForum lays charges against Malema for land grab comments
AfriForum on Wednesday laid criminal charges against Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema for his land grab comments at the party's...
Zim-style land reform won't happen in SA - minister
Zim-style land reform won't happen in SA - minister
The law will not allow South Africa to embark on a land redistribution process similar to that in Zimbabwe, Rural Development and Land Reform...
'So far so good' - IEC on expats voting
'So far so good' - IEC on expats voting
South Africans living abroad have begun casting their votes, the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) said on Wednesday.
Mbalula says he's not applying 60-40 team quotas
Mbalula says he's not applying 60-40 team quotas
A 60-40 quota favouring black players would not be imposed on anybody, Sport Minister Fikile Mbalula said in Pretoria on Wednesday after meeting...
Municipalities owe Eskom billions, says rights group
Municipalities owe Eskom billions, says rights group
Power utility Eskom was owed more than R2.3-billion by various municipalities, civil rights organisation AfriForum said on Tuesday.
2013 matric pass rate: Proof of good education or failing the youth?
2013 matric pass rate: Proof of good education or failing the youth?
The improved matric pass rate makes the 2013 matric class the best since 1994, President Jacob Zuma said on Monday.

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