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Mpho Raborife

Mpho Raborife

    DA files application to join Sassa Constitutional Court matter
    DA files application to join Sassa Constitutional Court matter
    The Democratic Alliance has filed an application asking the Constitutional Court to permit it to join the matter currently before the court...
    #TshwaneUnrest: Stun grenades fired at anti-immigrant march amid tense standoff
    #TshwaneUnrest: Stun grenades fired at anti-immigrant march amid tense standoff
    Police and people marching against immigrants were locked in a tense standoff in the Pretoria CBD on Friday morning, with stun grenades going off...
    Gerrie Nel on leaving NPA: I'm creating something new
    Gerrie Nel on leaving NPA: I'm creating something new
    The decision to leave the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) after serving as a state advocate for 36 years was not an easy one to make and is...
    Calm restored at Union Buildings following #FeesMustFall  march
    Calm restored at Union Buildings following #FeesMustFall march
    Calm has been restored at the Union Buildings in Tshwane after a tense stand-off between police and Fees Must Fall protesters on Thursday afternoon....
    Albie Sachs: Free housing, food and education were not promised in the Constitution
    Albie Sachs: Free housing, food and education were not promised in the Constitution
    Nowhere in the Constitution is free housing, food or education promised, retired Constitutional Court Judge Albie Sachs said on Wednesday.
    Adam Habib: Nzimande has not instructed me to shut down Wits
    Adam Habib: Nzimande has not instructed me to shut down Wits
    University of the Witwatersrand vice-chancellor Adam Habib has denied receiving any pressure from Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande or...
    Phahlane: Throwing stones and firing rubber bullets is not the solution
    Phahlane: Throwing stones and firing rubber bullets is not the solution
    Gauteng police were not bloodthirsty when they clashed with students during the #FeesMustFall protest at Wits University, acting National...
    11 Rhodes University students arrested on various charges for allegedly violating court interdict
    11 Rhodes University students arrested on various charges for allegedly violating court interdict
    Police in Grahamstown have arrested 11 Rhodes University students on various charges after they allegedly violated a court interdict which barred...
    Archbishop Desmond Tutu back in hospital after surgery
    Archbishop Desmond Tutu back in hospital after surgery
    Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has been readmitted to a Cape Town hospital only a few days after being discharged following a surgery just over a...
    Lily Mine rescue operation to resume in 3 weeks
    Lily Mine rescue operation to resume in 3 weeks
    It may take up to three weeks for rescue operations to resume again at the Lily Mine in Barberton, Mpumalanga where three employees are still...
    UCT gets interdict against 16 students
    UCT gets interdict against 16 students
    The University of Cape Town has got a court interdict against 16 students, including Eskom chief executive Brian Molefe's son, following violent...
    DA takes to the streets on jobs ticket
    DA takes to the streets on jobs ticket
    A sea of blue made its way through the streets of Johannesburg on Wednesday morning as Democratic Alliance supporters marched for jobs.