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Mashadi Kekana

Mashadi Kekana

    Media 24 admits to cartel conduct, pays hefty fine
    Media 24 admits to cartel conduct, pays hefty fine
    Naspers subsidiary Media24 has entered into a settlement with the Competition Commission and will pay an administrative penalty of R13.8-million...
    WHO removes classification of transgenderism as a mental illness
    WHO removes classification of transgenderism as a mental illness
    The World Health Organization (WHO) announced on Monday that identifying as transgender will no...
    Mkhwebane given the chance to fight DA’s bid to axe her
    Mkhwebane given the chance to fight DA’s bid to axe her
    The Democratic Alliance’s (DA’s) attempt to get an inquiry established into public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s fitness to hold office has...
    The case against Mkhwebane
    The case against Mkhwebane
    The Democratic Alliance (DA) will on Wednesday morning present its case before Parliament’s justice portfolio committee as to why public...
    Trump, Kim smile and sign their names into history
    Trump, Kim smile and sign their names into history
    United States President, Donald Trump and North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, have concluded a much anticipated summit by signing a document that...
    ANC may crack the whip on disgruntled KZN members
    ANC may crack the whip on disgruntled KZN members
    The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal is heading to the courts again after the regional body was interdicted from holding its highly anticipated provincial...
    No social grant pay points have been closed ― Shabangu
    No social grant pay points have been closed ― Shabangu
    Minister of social development Susan Shabangu has dismissed rumours that the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) will be closing all...
    Let there be light: Using home-grown photonics to close digital access divide
    Let there be light: Using home-grown photonics to close digital access divide
    The African continent has 4% of the world's internet data access with those living in rural areas and on a low disposable income being the most...
    Kariki carts finally reach the people
    Kariki carts finally reach the people
    Fifty motorised three-wheel vehicles were handed to Ekurhuleni waste pickers by the Gauteng department of agriculture and rural development in...
    Land expropriation without compensation: Public hearings to begin in June
    Land expropriation without compensation: Public hearings to begin in June
    Starting in June, Parliament’s constitutional review committee is set to embark on a roadshow to all nine provinces to hold public hearings for the...
    NSFAS big spender to have her day in court
    NSFAS big spender to have her day in court
    A Walter Sisulu University student who received R14.1-million from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) after the finance scheme...
    Slice of life: My sister, my strength
    Slice of life: My sister, my strength
    We were born on the same day and month but she was older than me by three years. I remember not having a gift for her one year but I knew that she...