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SASSA and Social Development blasted for abusing ConCourt

The Select Committee on Social Services has blasted the Social Development Department and the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) for putting the Constitutional Court in an impossible position yet again.

Tshwane prepares for the worst as river levels get dangerously high

Emergency authorities said at least 13 roads and low level bridges had now been closed in North Gauteng, as locals grapple with some of the worst flooding to hit Tshwane in recent years.

One-year-old girl dies in horrific Vereeniging crash

A one-year-old girl has died, after a bakkie and a light motor vehicle collided on the R54 in Three Rivers, Vereeniging on Friday morning.

Survivor describes how close friend died in brutal farm attack

The Tom Burke community, in the Limpopo province, is still reeling after 61-year-old Jasper von Kleist was brutally murdered in another farm attack this week.

Jacaranda launches campaign to fill up Loftus

Jacaranda FM will spearhead a campaign to fill up Loftus on March 31, to express solidarity with the people of Cape Town during this devastating drought period.

FF Plus: We are being bullied by black majority

Leader of the Freedom Front Plus, Piet Groenewald, said the African National Congress (ANC) was being selective in its implementation of human rights.

Moyane comes out swinging, like a rusty gate

Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) said the suspension of Commissioner Tom Moyane presented a great opportunity for the South African Revenue Service (SARS) to restore its public image and strengthen the country's capacity to deliver on its mandate.

EFF: What we do with the land is nobody else's business

Commander in Chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Julius Malema, said what happens to the land once it is expropriated is nobody else's business.

Malema: If you want to go to Australia, you must go

Commander in Chief (CIC) of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Julius Malema, said South Africans who want to leave for Australia must go, adding that nobody would be begging them to stay.

Land expropriation: Public gets its chance to respond

The Joint Constitutional Review Committee, established to deal with land expropriation without compensation, will embark on its extensive public participation process next month.

FNB says Connect subscribers can now save up to 30 percent

First National Bank (FNB) said its Connect subscribers will save as much as 30 percent on a once off data bundle purchase for prepaid, postpaid top-up and flexi top-up packages.
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