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Miranda Andrew

Education department falls short on textbook deadline

The education department has failed to meet its second textbook delivery deadline to Limpopo schools by 1%, a department official says.

Alli’s resignation draws mixed reaction

The resignation of Sanral's CEO Nazir Alli has evoked mixed reaction from civil society, unions and political parties.

Mdluli murder inquiry postponed

The inquest into the killing of the husband of crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli's former lover has been postponed to April 30.

Shivambu has ‘no recollection’ of ‘white bitch’ message

Suspended ANC Youth League spokesperson Floyd Shivambu says he doesn't remember calling journalist Carien Du Plessis a "white bitch" in a message.

ET cop ‘didn’t know’ about Child Justice Act

The cop who arrested the two farmworkers accused of killing Eugene Terre'Blanche says he didn't know how to deal with the arrested minor.

ET killed over farmworkers’ unpaid wages, says witness

The pair accused of killing Eugene Terre'Blanche confessed to committing the crime in a fight over unpaid wages, a witness in the murder trial says.

Nationalisation will unite SA, says Malema

It is nationalisation that will reconcile and unite South Africans, African National Congress Youth League president Julius Malema has said.

Fuel sector talks to resume on Monday

Wage talks in the fuel sector will resume on Monday, the National Petroleum Employers' Association said on Saturday.

Ngoepe: Powers of executive and judiciary are equal

The powers of the executive, the judiciary, and the legislature were all equal, Judge President Bernard Ngoepe said on Sunday.

Numsa says it’s ‘not a union of hooligans’

No negotiations or talks have taken place between striking engineering workers and their employers since the strike started.

Schabir Shaik beaten up at Durban golf course

Fraud convict Schabir Shaik was beaten up a few weeks ago on a golf course in Durban, it emerged over the weekend.

Voting hours extended in parts of Jo’burg

Voting hours will be extended in some parts of Johannesburg where ballot papers arrived late and high voter turnout was reported, the IEC says.

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