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Gautrain a saving grace for motorists
Wednesday 4 December 2013 20:42
UN Aids says the prevalence among young women between the ages of 20-24 has peaked at an alarming 18% fuelled by sexual violence.
Wednesday 4 December 2013 18:46
The SABC together with the Nelson Mandela Hospital Trust will on Thursday hold a telethon
Wednesday 4 December 2013 18:30
The bail application by Czech fugitive Rodavan Krejcir and his co-accused has been postponed to Friday in the Palm Ridge Magistrate's Court in East Rand, Gauteng.
Wednesday 4 December 2013 17:21
Navalsig police in Bloemfontein have arrested three Nigerians and closed a brothel in which they were allegedly operating.
Wednesday 4 December 2013 16:50
Many motorists have now chosen to use the Gautrain to avoid paying e-toll fees since the implementation of e-tolling on Tuesday.
Wednesday 4 December 2013 16:05
The eThekwini municipality has confirmed that they are currently preparing a high court application to order the demolition of the collapsed Tongaat Mall on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast.
Wednesday 4 December 2013 15:48
Education MEC Dikeledi Magadzi says that 98% of the textbooks and stationery for the academic year 2014 have been delivered to schools in the Limpopo province.
Wednesday 4 December 2013 12:15
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) says the implementation of the e-tolling system on Gauteng's freeways shows the true colours of the ANC.
Wednesday 4 December 2013 11:50
The Council for Geoscience says there's no link between the tremor that hit some parts of Limpopo on Monday and the one that struck some areas of Johannesburg last month.
Wednesday 4 December 2013 11:30
The Tshwane Metro in Pretoria has been declared a disaster area.
It's exam time for matrics, 576 490 full-time learners and 130 646 part-time learners across the country are writing their final exams. Check out our special coverage here.
The education system in SA is facing many challenges. In 2012, Limpopo schools were without textbooks. Some schools are lacking in basic infrastructure and violence in schools is on the rise.
Two SABC Digital News journalists received a fellowship from the International Women’s Media Foundation in Washington DC to investigate HIV and Aids. Check out their stories here and more HIV news.
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