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After an 8-year-long moratorium, rhino breeders are now more than ready to make back all they have invested in breeding rhinos and possibly flooding the market with legitimate horns.
After an 8-year-long moratorium, rhino breeders are now more than ready to make back all they have invested in breeding rhinos and possibly flooding the market with legitimate horns. ( )

SA's first-ever rhino horn auction kicks off

South Africa's first-ever online auction of rhino horn kicked off at midday on Monday after the Department of Environmental Affairs finally granted the world's biggest private rhino breeder a permit.

Death toll in KZN crash rise
Monday 21 August 2017 21:29
Death toll in KZN crash rise
Monday 21 August 2017 21:29
It was in 1996, two years after democracy that The General joined the SABC as a reporter.
Former colleagues fondly remember Zola Ntutu
Monday 21 August 2017 21:25
Coffin case ruling expected on Friday
Monday 21 August 2017 20:50
Zola Ntutu was found dead at his apartment in Kennilworth, south of Johannesburg.
Stuart Baxter has kept the bulk of the squad that defeated the Super Eagles 2-nil in Uyo, Nigeria earlier in 2017.
Manyi says he will finance the deal through vendor finance, meaning he will pay for the assets from dividend pay outs.

South Africa

The bill seeks to acknowledge official traditional authorities for the Khoi and the San people.
Lukewarm reception for traditional Khoi-San leadership bill

Monday 21 August 2017 21:42

Residents on the Cape West Coast have given the Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership Bill a lukewarm reception.


Kenya is among countries in the East African region affected by severe food shortages following a prolonged dry spell.
Kenyan children malnourished, at risk of dying

Monday 21 August 2017 15:52

International non-governmental organisations working in Kenya say nearly 73 000 children in the country are severely malnourished and at risk of dying from drought-related hunger.


Spanish police confirm Barcelona suspect Younes Abouyaaqoub shot dead

Monday 21 August 2017 18:37

Spanish police confirmed on Monday that Younes Abouyaaqoub, the man suspected of driving the van that killed 13 people in Barcelona last week, has been shot dead.


Mbete has tabled the report from Parliament's Legal Services Unit identifying the culprits.
Possible perjury charges against 'liars' in SABC Ad Hoc Committee

Monday 21 August 2017 18:01

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has called on National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete to ensure that criminal charges are laid against those who misled or lied to the SABC Ad Hoc Committee.


Manyi determined to grow his new media companies

Monday 21 August 2017 18:25

Controversial Gupta-aligned businessman Mzwanele Manyi says he's determined to grow his newly-acquired news media companies.


NCOP Chairperson, Thandi Modise says the consultations are aimed at strengthening democracy.
NCOP hears complaints on F. State Health Department

Monday 21 August 2017 21:44

Serious staff shortages, poor building infrastructure, bad roads and a shortage of ambulances, these are some of the challenges facing the health department in the Free State.


More than 80 000 Eastern Cape learners will write their matric exams in 2017.
E. Cape aims to improve matric results for 2017

Monday 21 August 2017 21:30

With less than 90 days to go before the start of the matric final examinations, Eastern Cape learners and the education department are hard at work tying up loose ends.


It is a confident Springbok side going on tour after beating Argentina 37 - 15 in Port Elizabeth on Saturday, but playing in Argentina will be a far bigger challenge
Boks upbeat of a succesful trip to Argentina

Monday 21 August 2017 20:15

The Springbok management team is confident that travelling to Argentina two days before the Rugby Championship test match in Salta will not have a negative impact on the players.


Government misused diplomatic immunity: Analyst

Monday 21 August 2017 10:59

Political Analyst Theo Venter says government has misused diplomatic immunity to get Grace Mugabe out of the country.

SABC Editorial Policy

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) is embarking on a review process of its 2004 Editorial Policies, which were developed through a consultation process with the public at large.

Albert Luthuli 50 years later

50th death anniversary of Chief Albert Luthuli

WEF on Africa 2017

The World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa takes place in Durban, South Africa on 3 - 5 May 2017. Get the latest news about the event.

The WEF focuses on economic issues affecting Africa.

Womens Day 2017

This year marks 61 years since about 20 000 women from all walks of life marched to the Union Buildings to protest against the unjust pass laws that restricted their freedom of movement.

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