South Africa’s longstanding drug abuse problem linked to unemployment
/ 6 June 2022

South Africa’s longstanding drug abuse problem linked to unemployment

The police and criminal justice system continue with a punitive approach to fight illegal drug trade, targeting poor black users in particular

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/ 9 March 2008

AmaZulu, Cosmos in goalless draw

AmaZulu and Jomo Cosmos played to a dull 0-0 draw in their Premier Soccer League clash at a packed King Zwelithini Stadium in Umlazi on Sunday afternoon. The game started on a low note and both sides were cautious when attacking. The first chance of the game went to Cosmos striker Reneilwe Letsholonyane.

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/ 18 September 2004

Indian president quizzes SA students

South African students at a high school in a township outside Durban were treated to a special science lesson on Friday, delivered by Indian President Abdul Kalam. The Indian statesman later wrapped up his visit — the first ever by a head of state from the subcontinent — by travelling to Chatsworth.