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OVER 800 ARRESTED IN JOBURG OVER DRUNK DRIVING

The Johannesburg Metro Police Department says over 800 people were arrested in the city last month for driving under the influence. Eleven people have died on Joburg’s roads since the

FOREIGN NATIONALS ACCUSED ALEX POLICE OF HELPING LOCALS IN FORCED REMOVALS FROM RDP HOMES

Foreign nationals in Alexandra have accused police of siding with locals after they were attacked and forcibly removed from their RDP houses. They say they have been under siege for

HOW NIGERIA’S ELITE AVOID ‘BAD EDUCATION’

In our series of letters from African writers, journalist Sola Odunfa reflects on a controversial proposal to ban the children of government officials and top civil servants from completing their

OLUBUKOLA ADESOKAN GRADUATES WITH FIRST CLASS FROM CPUT

Knowledge is power and several people hope to have access to a quality education. However, the Nigerian education system has delayed a number of bright minds from furthering their studies.

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WORKERS OF TAI SOLARIN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TASCE) OMU IJEBU CALLED ON FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA OVER 28 MONTH SALARY, 48 MONTH ARREARS

The employees of Tai Solarin College of Education (TASCE), Omu-Ijebu, Ogun State, have asked President Muhammadu Buhari to order the state government-led by Senator Ibikunle Amosun to pay them their

‘BE PREPARED TO DIE’ – JOBURG’S TOUGHEST COP

Tasked with combating some of the deadliest crimes, JMPD K9 officer Muaath Maharaj says every day he makes sure he leaves the house on good terms with his family, in

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4 WAYS TO GET THE MOST OUT OF SOUTH AFRICA’S UPCOMING PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

Public holidays should be used to create spaces to not think about work, Kumeshnee West, director of executive education at UCT’s Graduate School of Business, says. She believes the benefits

PASTOR TIM OMOTOSO TRIAL POSTPONED

The trial of controversial Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso, has been postponed to 4 February 2019 Omotoso appeared briefly in the High Court in Port Elizabeth on Monday. He and two

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5 THINGS THAT WILL PUT SOUTH AFRICA AT RISK IN 2019

In 2018, SA got a new president, two new finance ministers and slumped into a recession. Next year may be even more bumpy. Here’s a look at the key economic

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SOUTH AFRICAN PASSPORT RANKED NO 44 IN THE WORLD, WITH 63 VISA-FREE DESTINATIONS

South Africans require a visa to visit 100 countries and can visit about 63 countries visa- free for up to 90 days. Thirty-five of these countries issue a visa on