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Gauteng education department condemns teachers’ go-slow over race issue

JOHANNESBURG, July 31 – The Gauteng MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi on Monday condemned the go-slow planned by schools in so-called Coloured communities. The planned action is in solidarity with Klipspruit-West Secondary School, which has been rocked by protests. Last week, schooling was disrupted by parents who are opposed to the appointment of a black African […]

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‘When you thought academics had boring lives!’ -Meet Tumelo ‘Dukes’ Rasebopye

Ogopoleng Mushi Full name: Tumelo “Duke” Rasebopye Age: 28 Gender: Male Relationship status: Single Date of birth:  09 December 1989 Institution: University of Pretoria Currently studying: MBA in Development Studies   Things you didn’t know about Tumelo Tumelo used to be allergic to a whole lot of things! He was mostly allegic to dust, eggs […]

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Mbalula hails the police for the safe return of Princess Mahlangu from suspected human traffickers

Solly Makganoto Johannesburg, July 31 – Minister of Police, Fikile Mbalula held a media briefing to welcome Princess Mahlangu and other victims from a human trafficking operation which lured girls from across the world for a supposed Miss United Countries Beauty Contest in Malaysia. “Princess is a genuine victim, she deserves our unquestionable love and […]

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Outrage over alleged theft of R25m by UJ officials

Sello Theletsane Amidst the turmoil the higher education sector has seen in recent years with the #FeesMustFall movement, South Africans have reacted with outrage at reports in the Sunday Independent that two senior officials have been suspended amid allegations they swindled millions from the University of Johannesburg (UJ).   The Sunday paper reported that  UJ chairperson […]

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COSAFA president Chiyangwa sends condolences to SAFA after death of two football fans in Soweto

JOHANNESBURG, July 31 – COSAFA and ZIFA president Dr Phillip Chiyangwa has sent a message of condolence to the South Africa Football Association (Safa) following the death of two football fans during a stampede before a Carling cup match at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa on Saturday. Two fans died before the match between […]