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Joburg Teacher Suspended Amid Sex Assault Allegations

Johannesburg - Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has suspended a Queens High School teacher amid sexual abuse allegations by current and former pupils at the school.

Lesufi said the department had no choice but to remove the teacher after hearing complaints from past and present pupils at the school on Friday …

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Lesufi Mourns After Two High School Students Commit Suicide In One Week

Johannesburg - The Gauteng MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi expressed shock and grief over the death of two Grade 11 learners from Noordwyk Secondary School.

It is alleged that two teenagers committed suicide in the course of one week. A 17-year-old Dimakatso Shai committed suicide on 2 September 2019 and 18-year-old …

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74 More People Arrested Over Violent Xenophobic Attacks In Gauteng

Johannesburg - Gauteng police on Friday said that have arrested 74 more people as violence flared up again in Katlehong in the Ekurhuleni metropolitan municipality.

Police spokeswoman Brigadier Mathapelo Peters said the number of those arrested totaled 497 since xenophobic attacks erupted in the province.

"Police in Gauteng remain on high …

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Chester Williams Has Passed Away

Former Springbok and Rugby World Cup winner Chester Williams has died at the age of 49.

According to reports, Williams died after suffering a suspected heart attack.

Williams played 27 games for the Springboks and scored 14 tries. He was one of the heroes of the 1995 winning Rugby World …

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Zanu-Pf Youth Leader Withdraws Graft Allegations Against Businessman

Johannesburg - SA-based businessman Frank Buyanga, who had recently been accused of graft involving land deals in Zimbabwe, is in the clear after his accuser ZANU-PF Secretary for Youth League Lewis Matutu on Friday admitted that he did not have any evidence to back up the allegations.

Buyanga had been fingered …

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Video: Zimbabweans In Sa Still Divided On Robert Mugabe'S Legacy

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Johannesburg - Although Robert Mugabe is no more, his shadow looms large on his Zimbabwean people, who even in death, are scared to speak honestly and openly about the former leader.

On the …

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