‘Back to basics’ for Joburg – Makhubo

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New Johannesburg mayor Geoff Makhubo said at his first media briefing that his administration ‘must go back to basics such as fixing roads, grass cutting,

Keep SAA in state hands – SACP

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While airline staff behind the recent eight-day strike at the national carrier say they support the business rescue at South African Airways (SAA), the South

Resistance mounts against drive to approve EWC

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The government’s haste to push through a draft bill to amend the property clause in the Constitution and clear the way for compensation-free expropriation is

No plans to rebuild deliberately burned school – KZN official

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The Department of Education in KwaZulu-Natal has said it will not rebuild a school reportedly set alight this week by pupils who were allegedly enraged

SA companies show commitment to LGBTQ staff

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South African companies are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of creating a healthy and safe environment for LGBTQ professionals, a new survey suggests.  This

Cricket boss Moroe suspended, Std Bank pulls out

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Hot on the heels of an announcement by Standard Bank, sponsors of the Proteas Test and ODI sides, that it was withdrawing its support from

No coalitions for coalitions’ sake – Steenhuisen

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Democratic Alliance (DA) interim leader John Steenhuisen said the loss of Johannesburg to the African National Congress (ANC) was disappointing, but that ‘mistakes are never

Doddering Eskom fails again

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The national power utility announced stage 4 load shedding yesterday because of ‘unplanned breakdowns’. As of yesterday afternoon, Eskom intended sustaining stage 4 load shedding

DA’s mayoral fallout in Joburg

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The Democratic Alliance (DA) is suffering the aftershocks of its loss of the City of Johannesburg. The party’s candidate for the mayoralty was defeated by

By-elections see incumbents hold seats

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Both the African National Congress (ANC) and Democratic Alliance (DA) retained seats in four by-elections this week. Three of the seats were held by the