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Taking fewer risks with age is biologically determined
Taking fewer risks with age is biologically determined
Taking fewer risks as you grow older is inevitable, according to scientists who have linked a drop...
Court to hear issue on secret funding of political parties
Court to hear issue on secret funding of political parties
The Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA), which is supposed to ensure that any member of the public can access private or public information to which they have a right, will be a central issue before the Constitutional Court on Tuesday....
Landmark e-voting to go ahead in Namibia after court challenge fails
Landmark e-voting to go ahead in Namibia after court challenge fails
Namibia is to become the first African country to use electronic voting machines in a general election, after the Windhoek high court dismissed a...
[Video]Marikana votes for change
[Video]Marikana votes for change
The majority of voters in the platinum belt say the Marikana massacre has affected their support for the ANC. They are 'voting for change'.
[Video]Bekkersdal: No 'better life for all'
[Video]Bekkersdal: No 'better life for all'
Voting went smoothly in the volatile township of Bekkersdal, where anti-ANC sentiments run high. Residents told us who they are voting for, and why.
Dirco: Expats will be able to vote
Dirco: Expats will be able to vote
South African expatriates will be able to vote on Wednesday, the international relations department said.
Elections 2014: Cape Town's elderly are ready to vote
Elections 2014: Cape Town's elderly are ready to vote
In 2013, South Africans aged 65 years and older were a demographic minority, accounting for only 6.1% of the population. This is what eight of Cape...
Bekkersdal voting stations petrol bombed
Bekkersdal voting stations petrol bombed
Petrol bombs were thrown at two voter registration stations in Bekkersdal on the West Rand on Saturday, the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC)...
Expats can now vote in SA elections abroad
Expats can now vote in SA elections abroad
For the first time since democratic elections in 1994, South African citizens living abroad will be allowed to register to vote in...
IEC plans round two for voter registration
IEC plans round two for voter registration
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) said on Monday that a second chance for voters to register will be held in February 2014.
Voters alter EU's political landscape
Voters alter EU's political landscape
Revolt against austerity is sweeping Europe. The election of President Francois Hollande has not only opened up the chance of a change of direction...

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