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POLICE MINISTER CELE NOT SURE WHERE SENZO MEYIWA’S MURDER DOCKET IS

JOHANNESBURG – The current location of Senzo Meyiwa’s murder docket is unclear. Police Minister Bheki Cele believes the docket is with the National Prosecuting Authority while the NPA said it

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EMPOWERMENT AND SKILLS FOR WOMEN’S DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA

“I am a woman. I am powerful, I am a role model, and I am intelligent. I have a heart of gold.” This is what one of the students of

SOME NIGERIANS BLAME GOVERNMENT, NOT RELIGIOUS LEADERS, FOR SCHOOL ABUSES

DAURA – The first thing 15-year-old Burhani saw when he arrived at an Islamic reformatory school in October was rows of youths and young men sitting on a courtyard floor,

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BILLIONS IN INVESTMENTS FLOW IN TO IMPROVE SA’S ECONOMY

JOHANNESBURG – More businesses have pledged billions of rands in investment to the ailing South African economy at the second investment conference in Sandton. The gathering is part of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s

RAMAPHOSA: BIRTH CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENT TO BE SCRAPPED

JOHANNESBURG – President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that the unabridged certificate requirement will be abolished for children entering South Africa from abroad. The scrapping is so as to attract more tourists, as well

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SA’S BIZ PORTAL TO CUT COMPANY REGISTRATIONS TO ONE DAY

The SA government has launched the pilot phase of Biz Portal, a new business portal, led by the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC). The portal will improve the time and

TAXIS NOT TO BLAME FOR MOST ROAD DEATHS: GAUTENG TRANSPORT MEC

JOHANNESBURG – The Gauteng government is looking for extraordinary measures to reduce road deaths by hosting a two-day road safety seminar. Stakeholders in the sector, including the taxi industry, will

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DEBT RELIEF A DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD FOR SOUTH AFRICANS LIVING ON LOANS

Solani Rivele, a single mother of four, earns about R800 a week but owes 100 times that amount in loans. Millions of South Africans like her rely on credit to

SHE CAME TO SOUTH AFRICA AS A 12-YEAR-OLD CONGOLESE REFUGEE. NOW SHE’S A SUCCESSFUL, INDEPENDENT MASSAGE THERAPIST.

How simple training provided by RSS sparked a former client’s passion, giving her the tools to build her career. Cihango Rwagasha, or Cassie for short, owns her own massage therapy

SAPS DESTROYS OVER 23 000 FIREARMS

PRETORIA – The Deputy Minister of Police, Mr. Cassel Mathale and the National Commissioner of South African Police Service (SAPS) General Khehla John Sitole have today destroyed over 23 000