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Court battle dims electricity project
Court battle dims electricity project
A looming court battle between a local municipality and a service provider is threatening a five-year-old rural electrification initiative for...
Papa Penny the populist for premier?
Papa Penny the populist for premier?
Papa Penny is famous. With his bouffant hairdo sitting tremulously on top of his head like a crazy, hairy, postcoital doodle, his chintzy multicoloured suits and his fingers dripping with rings, he is also instantly recognisable....
Graduation ceremonies a success
Graduation ceremonies a success
The Tshwane University of Technology’s graduation numbers have been on a steady incline, with a total of 10 904 successful graduates receiving...
Open dialogues for multiple use water services
Open dialogues for multiple use water services
There is a greater resilience and determination among communities to find solutions to water problems that have engulfed the country. This they do...
Class action suit against Tiger Brands set in motion
Class action suit against Tiger Brands set in motion
On Thursday morning, an application for a class action lawsuit against Tiger Brands and its subsidiary Enterprise Foods, has been filed in the...
Jobs shed as cooked meat sales dip
Jobs shed as cooked meat sales dip
The red meat industry is already feeling the effects of a nationwide recall of certain ready-to-eat meat products linked to the listeriosis...
No evidence yet that Enterprise products directly led to deaths — Tiger Brands CEO
No evidence yet that Enterprise products directly led to deaths — Tiger Brands CEO
Tiger Brands has yet to see any evidence linking its meat products directly to the deaths of 180 people in a virulent listeriosis outbreak, chief...
Enterprise factory workers sent home amid listeriosis fallout
Enterprise factory workers sent home amid listeriosis fallout
The doors of Limpopo’s Enterprise factory in Polokwane remain shut after the health department confirmed on Sunday that the source of a listeriosis outbreak had been traced back to the facility....
Student hopefuls injured in stampede during Limpopo college registration
Student hopefuls injured in stampede during Limpopo college registration
Two student hopefuls have been hospitalised and several injured in a stampede at the Capricorn TVET college in Limpopo on Thursday morning.
After 10 years at the helm of the ANC— We need to talk about Jacob Zuma
After 10 years at the helm of the ANC— We need to talk about Jacob Zuma
The tenure of Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma as president of the ANC has come to an end. His presidency of the country will continue to limp along for a...
Cyril Ramaphosa: Business must play its part in curbing youth unemployment
Cyril Ramaphosa: Business must play its part in curbing youth unemployment
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has challenged the private sector to roll out internships to help curb youth unemployment.
Malema's corruption trial postponed
Malema's corruption trial postponed
The trial of Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) Leader Julius Malema and his co-accused was postponed by the Polokwane High Court on...

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