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Beaufort West marathon organisers forced to change route because of hungry lion

Beaufort West residents in the Karoo have been warned there is a lion on the loose
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SAA to split into three

Struggling South African Airways (SAA) on Monday announced plans to restructure the carrier into three business units for domestic, regional and international services

Ramaphosa intervenes as defiant Mahumapelo clings to power

ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa has stepped in to stabilise the embattled North West province

Motsepe denies interest in Eskom stake

Business tycoon Patrice Motsepe on Monday denied allegations that his energy company could benefit from Eskom's separation

Bosasa to be liquidated after banks shut down accounts

"It is with deep regret that the board of directors announces the closure of the African Global Operations group of companies," the company said in a statement signed by...

Maimane wants President Ramaphosa to tell the truth about proposed Chinese-owned Limpopo power plant

Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane said President Cyril Ramaphosa must be transparent about the proposed Chinese-owned power plant in Limpopo

Panel exonerates Pule Mabe of harassment charges

The ANC’s grievance panel has cleared party spokesperson Pule Mabe of sexual harassment charges, City Press reported
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Over 30 ANC members red flagged by top six

A weekend report revealed that 32 senior ANC members have failed a vetting test for the election lists

12 couples tie the knot on Robben Island – ‘a monument of love’

Garrison Church, which accommodates 100 people and is located at the village opposite the post office on the island, was packed to capacity as the couples' families and friends...
Robert Sobukwe on Robben Island

Solly Mapaila apologises, says his comments were distorted

The SACP's Solly Mapaila expressed regret over remarks made about anti-apartheid veteran Robert Sobukwe


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