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As a result of the bill, all lawyers, being advocates and attorneys, would for the first time fall under a single regulatory body, the SA Legal Practice Council.
All lawyers will for the first time fall under a single regulatory body, the SA Legal Practice Council. ( )

Zuma signs Legal Practice Bill

President Jacob Zuma has signed into law the Legal Practice Bill.

Police officers to work closely with community
Tuesday 23 September 2014 15:49
Police officers to work closely with community
Tuesday 23 September 2014 15:49
Less than 600 transplants are performed each year in South Africa.
Unhealthy lifestyles boost organ demand
Tuesday 23 September 2014 14:30
Highlights of the week's biggest tech stories.
SABC Digital News Tech Wrap, 23 September 2014
Tuesday 23 September 2014 14:09
President Jacob Zuma has appointed Thomas Swabihi Moyane as new Sars Commissioner.
Less than 600 transplants are performed each year in South Africa.
President Jacob Zuma has appointed Thomas Swabihi Moyane as new Sars Commissioner.
Less than 600 transplants are performed each year in South Africa.

South Africa

Since the beginning of the year, 787 rhinos have been poached.
Conservationists draw petition to keep rhino poachers in jail

Tuesday 23 September 2014 18:27

Conservationists say they're planning to draw up a petition to keep rhino poachers in jail. Activists attended the court appearance of three SANParks employees suspected of rhino poaching.

Africa

A volunteer health worker practises using a personal protective equipment (PPE) suit at a newly-constructed Ebola virus treatment centre in Monrovia, Liberia, September 21, 2014.
Ebola cases could reach between 550 000 and 1.4 million by January

Tuesday 23 September 2014 17:07

Between 550 000 and 1.4 million people in West Africa could be infected with the Ebola virus by January 20, 2015, according to a report issued on Tuesday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.

World

Israel downs Syrian warplane

Tuesday 23 September 2014 11:53

Israel shot down a Syrian warplane on Tuesday, saying the aircraft crossed the battle lines of Syria's civil war and flew over the Israeli-held Golan Heights, perhaps by accident.

Politics

IFP believes that the closure of teacher colleges is a major contributor to the teacher crisis that South Africa is facing.
Re-open teacher training colleges: IFP

Tuesday 23 September 2014 16:43

Government must consider re-opening teacher training colleges which were closed in the mid-90s, the Inkatha Freedom Party said on Monday.

Business

Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies says the Lottery board has increased its monitoring capacity.
Zero tolerance towards defrauding the Lottery: Davies

Tuesday 23 September 2014 18:36

The Minister of Trade and Industry, Rob Davies, says there will be zero tolerance towards those found to be defrauding the National Lotteries Board.

Science

Highlights of the week's biggest tech stories.
SABC Digital News Tech Wrap, 23 September 2014

Tuesday 23 September 2014 14:09

Highlights: Microsoft XBox One finally launches in SA, Boeing's 'space taxi' includes seat for a tourist and Cars that drive themselves starting to chat with each other

Lifestyle

Former test cricketer Makhaya Ntini will be climbing the slopes of Kilimanjaro to raise funds for cancer research alongside other cricketers.
Cricket legend to play a match on Africa's highest mountain

Tuesday 23 September 2014 16:02

Making history again, South Africa's first black cricketer Makhaya Ntini is climbing the slopes of Kilimanjaro to raise funds for cancer research and in support of Tusk an anti-poaching charity.

Sport

Pressure is piling on Blue Bulls Coach, Frans Ludeke, to start delivering.
Embattled Bulls coach downplays pressure

Tuesday 23 September 2014 19:03

Blue Bulls coach, Frans Ludeke, says he will not let talk of his future distract him from Friday night's vital ABSA Currie Cup match against the Free State Cheetahs.

Opinion

Ipsos has conducted a survey on citizens views on government's efforts to unite the nation.
55% of citizens pleased with government's efforts to unite the nation

Tuesday 23 September 2014 16:57

Just over half of the South African population (55%) believe that the government is doing well in the effort to unite all South Africans into one nation.

National Days 2014

All the latest news on Heritage Day 2014.

Oscar Pistorius Murder Trial

All the latest news, exclusive insight and multimedia from the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius

Oscar Pistorius Murder Trial

Celebrating 20 yrs of freedom

South Africa was freed from the shackles of apartheid and the first democratic elections were held in 1994. A journey of freedom is documented in this special feature.

Lifestyle, Science & Tech Wrap

Latest technology, science and arts news highlights.

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