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Masutha announces suspension of official following probe into Bosasa contract

This follows an internal probe into the irregular procurement of the services of Global Technology Solutions, formerly Bosasa

Dagga Party wants to #HotboxTheHouse as it aims to contest elections

​The Dagga Party needs to raise a hefty R200 000 registration free to contest the 2019 elections

NSFAS receives 400 000 new funding applications

The budget is expected to increase next year to R32-billion to fund about 400 920 TVET students and 377 050 university students

Government considering price ceiling for unleaded petrol

A task team is examining what to do to cushion the blow of another increase

Masutha, UAE ambassador sign extradition treaty

In a statement, the justice department said negotiations over the treaty between the two countries began in February 2010

Gautrain strike to continue, Cape Town taxi strike called off

The Gautrain has been running during peak periods with reduced services since July 30

Eastern Cape towns to start ‘water shedding’ as dam empties

Water will be cut off in two Eastern Cape towns and only switched on for short intervals

Cogta pleads with parents to check legitimacy of initiation centres

Any parent whose child is harmed, or who has suspicions about the place the child is going, must open a complaint at a police station

‘These killings must stop’, Cele tells taxi bosses

The meeting was held in Cape Town as a response to shootings around the city

‘Police lifestyle audits are needed’

Police portfolio committee chair Francois Beukman says the arrest of an officer for the alleged theft of firearms highlights the need for audits

Malmesbury mosque worshippers thought attacker needed ‘a place to sleep’

Fellow worshippers said there was no warning that the suspect was about to commit the violent crime

Labour department to weigh in as bus strike continues

The department of labour is expected to weigh in on Tuesday in an attempt to bring the parties closer to a settlement

‘I’m sorry my brother,’ says Shivambu to journo following scuffle

​The EFF deputy president apologised to a Netwerk24 journalist who has laid an assault charge against him.

Hawks serve 3 ex-SARS executives with court summonses

Ivan Pillay, Johann van Loggerenberg, and Andries Janse van Rensburg were on Friday issued summons to appear in the Pretoria Regional Court on April 9

Vavi warns workers to avoid ‘butcher of the working class’ after budget

Vavi was critical of the budget speech presented by Minister Gigaba on and what it would mean for the next year under a Ramaphosa presidency.

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Centre for Women & Gender Studies

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Greening the Future

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National Science and Technology Forum

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