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Electoral Commission to approach Electoral Court on deferral

The Electoral Commission chairperson, Glen Mashinini, says the Commission is going to approach the Electoral Court to seek a just and equitable order for the deferral of the municipal elections to a date not later than February 2022.“Until a court of c…

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Ikosi Mahlangu hailed for his activism

Ikosi Sipho Mahlangu has been hailed for advocating and advancing the agenda of land, people in rural areas, women and youth.The late Ikosi, of the Ndzundza Mabusa Traditional Council, served as chairperson of Parliament’s National House of Traditional…

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Six suspected instigators of violent unrest arrested

Acting Minister in the Presidency Khumbudzo Ntshavheni says six individuals, who have been identified as alleged instigators of the violent riots that flared up in parts of the country, have been arrested and some have already appeared in court.Briefin…

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Government welcomes efforts to rebuild community radio stations

Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, has welcomed pledges and donations towards rebuilding community radio stations that were vandalised during last week’s unrest.The unrest resulted in the deaths of civilians a…

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Condolences for MP Boitumelo Joyce Maluleke

Parliament has extended its heartfelt condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Member of Parliament, Boitumelo Joyce Maluleke, who passed away on Friday and her husband on Saturday.The couple passed away due to COVID-19 related illness.Mal…

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