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TB REMAINS THE NUMBER ONE KILLER IN SOUTH AFRICA

PRETORIA– Tuberculosis (TB) continues to be the leading cause of death among black South Africans while most whites die of heart diseases and diabetes is the leading cause of death for coloured people and Indian, according to the latest data.…

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Electronic SA VISA applications to curb fake permits

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba says the department will this year introduce an electronic VISA application system in order to curb fraudulent permits from foreign nationals.

The Minister said this when Ministers in the Peace and Security Cluster fielded oral …

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Ntseki announces Amajimbos squad for training camp

The South African U17 Men’s National Football team (Amajimbos), will report back into camp over the Easter period and national school holidays, to continue their training camp for 2018.

Amajimbos head coach, Molefi Ntseki is building a squad in preparation …

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Pulse Larsen celebrates its HTC ceramic antenna platform ideal for IOT embedded designs.

Available in various form factors, and for any frequency bands, this compact demo board helps engineers to select some of the most popular HTC ceramic antenna for their designs (WIFI, IOT, SIGFOX, LORA, ISM, Cellular, DECT, GPS, BEIDOU, GNSS, GALILEO,

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North West Legislature holds public meeting in Rustenburg, 28 Mar

O re bone, re go bone � Legislature takes Parliament to Bojanala District

On Wednesday, 28 March 2018, the North West Provincial Legislature will be holding the O re bone, re go bone � Taking Parliament to Rustenburg and Moses …

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