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Freedom Charter is a dream deferred

The contents and goals of one of our most important documents have been forgotten by the ruling party

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Babes Wodumo finally gets new PR team

Durban-based starlet Babes Wodumo has signed with African Star Communications, the PR company announced on Monday.

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'Fed-up' ANCWL protests against corruption

Tensions once again emerged in the ANC Women’s League just a few days ahead of the ruling party's policy conference later this week.

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Suicide bombers kill at least nine in northeast Nigeria

Authorities in northeastern Nigeria say at least nine people have been killed by suicide bombers in a series of attacks in the area.

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New case of avian flu confirmed in Mpumalanga

A second case of Avian Influenza was reported in a layer farm in Val, Standerton, the department of agriculture, forestry and fisheries said.

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Benoni fire station damaged by protesters

Operations at the Benoni Fire Station came to a standstill on Monday morning after protesting community members damaged the building.

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Gallery: Celebrating Eid around the world

Muslims across the world celebrated the end of the month-long fast on Monday,which signals the start of Shawwal, or the ninth month, in the Muslim calendar.

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‘Liking’ it online not always smart

If the price is too good to be true, do research before buying that ‘cheap’ item that could see your hard-earned cash go down the drain

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#WaterCrisis: Tighter restrictions for Cape Town

The City of Cape Town could adjust the collective consumption target down to 500 million litres per day.

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Social media reacts to #PrisonStrippers

Saucy images showing scantily-clad women give inmates at a Johannesburg prison a "strip show" on Monday caused a stir online.

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Western Cape dam levels recover, but only slightly

Western Cape dam levels have increased to 22.8%, which is still far off the dam levels of 35.4% this time last year.

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Gauteng government urged to act against vigilantism

The DA on Monday called on the ANC-run provincial government to take action against vigilantism.

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#PrisonStrippers: 13 officials face suspension

The Department of Correctional Services confirmed that at least 13 officials face suspension over the issue of strippers at the Johannesburg Prison.

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Diamond dealer tells court of robbery ordeal

Antonella Florio-Poone told the court how she was robbed at gunpoint of diamonds, cash and jewellery worth more than R1 million at her home in 2014.

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Islamic State propaganda targeting children found in Indonesia

Indonesian police have found hundreds of books containing Islamic State propaganda targeting children at the home of a murder suspect.

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Radisson Blu pulls plug on Zim VP's visit

The luxurious hotel declined to host a high-level delegation led by Zimbabwe Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa because of the possibility of protests.

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WATCH: Angry shack dwellers march on Durban city hall

Abahlali Basemjondolo members marched to Durban City Hall to protest mayor Zandile Gumede’s “politics of lies and oppression”

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Coligny pair due in court for teen's murder

The situation is calm at Coligny in the North West, ahead of the appearance of two men accused of killing a teenage boy.

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Drugs worth half a million rand buried in Cape Flats yard

Police in Lavender Hill arrested two men after a search revealed Mandrax tablets worth R475 000 buried in the backyard of a Hillview house.

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PICS: Phoenix Festival of Fire celebrates winter

The popular Vortex trans party Phoenix Festival of Fire was held over the past weekend and Henk Kruger was on hand to capture the excitement.

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PICS: DUT tech stars make waves around the world

Computer whizz-kids Top 10 finalists in Facebook starter programme.

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Squatters say no to Solly's wall

Angry informal settlement residents at Mahube Valley want nothing to do with Mayor Solly Msimanga's proposed wall separating feuding areas.

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SA teachers celebrate 'making a difference' in Korea

During a reunion at the Korean embassy, South African teachers spoke highly of the Korean culture of respect and kindness which was shown to them.

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City of Cape Town condemns torching of MyCiTi bus

The City of Cape Town has condemned the torching of a MyCiTi bus by protesters in Joe Slovo Park who were angry that their shacks had been demolished.

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Nurses must rewrite exams after alleged leaks

Denosa intends to take legal action against the South African Nursing Council for insisting that all students must rewrite their May exams.

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US urges Qatar, Arab neighbours to 'sit together' to ease tension

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson also called for a "lowering of rhetoric" to "help ease the tension between the warring countries.

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Home Affairs apologises for closure of offices

The Department of Home Affairs apologised for the closure of most of its offices on Saturday due to staff shortages.

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Mozambique: Audit into 'hidden debts' shows at least $713m missing

The Mozambican Attorney-General’s Office on Saturday published the long awaited executive summary of the audit of three companies.

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