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PRETORIA, Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has announced the lifting of water restrictions with immediate effect in Gauteng Province, South Africa’s smallest but most populour province which includes oth the national administrative and financial capitals, Pretoria and Johannesburg.

Her …

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Posted in Technology

Why claimants should opt for land, not cash

Land ownership. A thorny subject that still divides South Africa, more than 22 years after the 1994 democratic dispensation. While government’s land reform and redistribution programmes had yielded some successes since 1994, large tracts of land still remain in the …

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Tuberculosis leading cause of death in 2015

Pretoria – Tuberculosis remains the leading underlying natural cause of death in 2015, Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) said on Tuesday.

According to Stats SA, the total number of people who died in 2015 was 460 236.

“Once again tuberculosis …

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Posted in Politics

Tourism Minister condemns violence against foreign nationals

Pretoria – Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom has condemned the recent spate of violence that erupted in Tshwane and in Johannesburg directed at foreign nationals.

“… This despicable behaviour does not represent the sentiments of the vast majority of our people, …

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Several suspects arrested for possession of stolen property and a prohibited firearm

Western Cape: On Thursday 9 February 2017 a housebreaking occurred at the residence of a SAPS member attached to the SAPS Stabilisation Unit. Various personal items, including a laptop and his uniforms were stolen. The uniforms of his brother, also …

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