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[cape_town] - IEC to probe claims Bosasa funded ANC’s election 'war rooms'

Cape Town - The Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) has confirmed its investigation into the ANC’s election “war rooms” that were established by the controversial Bosasa on behalf of the ruling party.

The commission wrote to the party leader, Mmusi Maimane informing him that the commission will refer his …

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[cape_town] - UWC lauds Good Green Deeds initiative

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s launch of the national Good Green Deeds programme on Friday will promote sustainable waste management and environmental awareness – two things that UWC holds in high regard.

“Urban waste management is one of the major challenges facing cities - particularly in developed countries,” said UWC’s Professor Catherina …

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[cape_town] - Blade Nzimande mourns Ethiopian Airlines crash victims

JOHANNESBURG - South African Transport Minister, Blade Nzimande, on Monday, mourned the loss of the 157 passengers and eight crew members who were killed on flight ET302 from Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia to Nairobi in Kenya.

The crash which occurred just after the Boeing 737 Max-8 took off on …

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[cape_town] - LIVE FEED: #StateCaptureInquiry March 11, 2019

Johannesburg - The Zondo commission resumes this morning hearing testimonies from Eskom employees.

Eskom employees Gert Opperman and Johan Bester are expected to take the stand.

On Monday, the commission enters its third week of probing the power utility and deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo, who chairs the inquiry, has heard …

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[cape_town] - ANC wants sex pests in court

Johannesburg - The ANC has indicated that it will push for immediate criminal prosecution of employees who are implicated in allegations of rape and sexual assault.

On Sunday, the party released its draft policies on sexual harassment and bullying for its employees for public comment.

In December last year, ANC national …

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[cape_town] - Community activist and teacher ‘Roly’ Jethro dies

Cape Town – Community activist and teacher Roland “Roly” Jethro died of cancer on Sunday at the age of 58.

Jethro was born in Genadendal where he grew up and attended Emo Weeder Primary. He also Spes Bona High in Athlone, before moving to Hanover Park.

Fellow activist and friend Chris …

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