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Estimates of attendance at the Women's March vary.
Hundreds of thousands turned up just in Washington to protest a president they believe does not represent their values. ( )

Numbers at Trump's inauguration vs women's march prompts debate

A dispute is raging about whether more people attended Donald Trump's inauguration or the Women's March against Trump on Saturday, both in the capital Washington.  

All the works showcased will be free of charge.
Festival showcases current issues through art
Sunday 22 January 2017 08:55
All the works showcased will be free of charge.
Festival showcases current issues through art
Sunday 22 January 2017 08:55
The attorney was sentenced in the George Magistrate's Court in November 2015 for fraud and theft after he swindled a client of about R900 000.
Attorney swaps robes for prison attire
Sunday 22 January 2017 07:23
South Africans took to social media on Friday to share their views on Donald Trump's inauguration.
More than 45-thousand Gambians have fled into neighbouring Senegal since January, fearing violence.
South Africans took to social media on Friday to share their views on Donald Trump's inauguration.(REUTERS)
More than 45-thousand Gambians have fled into neighbouring Senegal since January, fearing violence.

South Africa

Four people who were part of an abalone syndicate were found guilty of racketeering, money laundering, fraud and contraventions of the Marine Living Resources Act in CPT.
Abalone syndicate found guilty in Cape Town court

Sunday 22 January 2017 08:30

Four people who were part of an abalone syndicate were found guilty of racketeering, money laundering, fraud and contraventions of the Marine Living Resources Act in Cape Town.

Africa

His exit ends rising tension as thousands of troops entered the tiny country on Thursday were poised to swoop on the capital.
Gambia's former leader Jammeh goes into exile in Equatorial Guinea

Sunday 22 January 2017 07:15

Gambia's former leader Yahya Jammeh on Saturday flew into exile in Equatorial Guinea after stepping down under pressure from West African nations to accept that he lost a December election.

World

Estimates of attendance at the Women's March vary.
Numbers at Trump's inauguration vs women's march prompts debate

Sunday 22 January 2017 09:00

A dispute is raging about whether more people attended Donald Trump's inauguration or the Women's March against Trump on Saturday, both in the capital Washington.  

Politics

President Jacob Zuma was speaking at an ANC gala dinner Saturday night.
Zuma calls for an end to infighting in the ANC

Sunday 22 January 2017 06:54

President Jacob Zuma has again called for unity amongst ANC members.

Business

The politically-connected Gupta family’s company Oakbay has made “sensational and politically-driven” claims and allegations designed National Treasury said on Saturday.
'Oakbay’s claims are sensational and politically-driven'

Sunday 22 January 2017 07:01

The Gupta family’s company, Oakbay, has made “sensational and politically-driven” claims and allegations to deflect issues raised in Pravin Gordhan's court application, National Treasury said.

Science

The twin girls from Swaziland were born joined at the abdomen.
Conjoined twins successfully separated in Gauteng hospital

Sunday 22 January 2017 07:31

Recently born conjoined twins were successfully separated in a six-hour operation at Netcare Unitas Hospital in Centurion on Saturday.

Lifestyle

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Festival showcases current issues through art

Sunday 22 January 2017 08:55

Curator Jay Pather says LIVE ART is about finding new ways of expressing the current reality.

Sport

Rafael Nadal survived a marathon third-round battle against Alexander Zverev
Nadal through to the fourth round of Australian Open

Saturday 21 January 2017 19:13

Fourteen-time major winner Rafael Nadal is through to the fourth round of the Australian Open.

Opinion

Gambia’s President-elect Adama Barrow waves after his inauguration at Gambia’s embassy in Dakar, Senegal.
The questionable legality of military intervention in The Gambia

Saturday 21 January 2017 08:29

In Africa, as elsewhere, the key determinant on whether a military intervention takes place is political will rather than legality.

MTBPS

Minister Pravin Gordhan delivers his Mid-Term Budget Policy Statement on the 26th October 2016.

SONA 2016

President Jacob Zuma delivered the State of the Nation Address on February 11, 2016. Click here for all the latest news, opinions and multimedia.

International Aids Conference

The city of Durban, SA, will host the 21st International Aids Conference, marking the forum's return to Africa after 16 years.

Moving from MDG to SDG

The UN member states met from 25 to 27 September 2015, in New York to adopt the Sustainable Development Goals. They emanate from the Millennium Development Goals.

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