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North West ready to provide scholar transport

RUSTENBURG, January 4 – The North West province is ready to provide scholar transport when schools reopen, the department of Community Safety and Transport Management said on Thursday. “We are ready for the schools reopening and assure everyone that all learners will be ferried to their various schools on time and safely,” said head of […]

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University of Johannesburg also not accepting walk-in applications

JOHANNESBURG, January 4 – The University of Johannesburg (UJ) on Thursday, joined a chorus of tertiary institutions that it would not accept “walk-in” applications for the 2018 academic year under any circumstances, saying that its registration process was handled entirely online. UJ joins the University of Witwatersrand (Wits) said that they would not be accepting […]

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Plans for Odinga’s counter swearing-in complete

JOHANNESBURG, January 4 – More unrest appears on Kenya’s political horizon following confirmation that plans for the counter swearing-in of Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga, who heads the National Super Alliance (NASA), are complete. Senator Siaya Senator James Orengo has confirmed the swearing-in will go ahead, adding that the opposition is determined to see Odinga […]