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 The case has been in and out of various courts since 2009 over 783 charges against Jacob Zuma, including for fraud and corruption.
The case has been in and out of various courts since 2009 with over 783 charges against Jacob Zuma, including for fraud and corruption. ( )

Zuma spent R10 million on spy tapes case: DA

The Democratic Alliance (DA) alleges that President Jacob Zuma has spent in excess of R10-million on the spy tapes case.

Tests show that doping and anabolic steroid use is still rife in school rugby.
School rugby doping in the spotlight
Saturday 23 July 2016 11:50
Tests show that doping and anabolic steroid use is still rife in school rugby.
School rugby doping in the spotlight
Saturday 23 July 2016 11:50
The zone is tailored for manufacturing of goods and production of services aimed at boosting economic growth.
KZN govt launches IDZ Techno Hub
Saturday 23 July 2016 10:53
NDP is not a solution to SA’s inequality
Solidarity lawyer, Steven Budlender told the Judge that the SABC's decision to fire four journalists was unconstitutional.
NDP is not a solution to SA’s inequality
Solidarity lawyer, Steven Budlender told the Judge that the SABC's decision to fire four journalists was unconstitutional.

South Africa

Midvaal Mayor denies neglecting townships

Saturday 23 July 2016 07:18

Midvaal Municipality Mayor Bongani Baloyi has dismissed allegations levelled against him by protesters at Sicelo Informal Settlement at Meyerton in the Vaal Triangle.

Africa

Algeria is one of the countries Nelson Mandela visited for military training.
Former Algerian diplomat shares memories of Madiba’s visit

Saturday 23 July 2016 09:13

Former Algerian Ambassador Nouerddine Djoudi has shared some of his treasured memories of Nelson Mandela's visit to Algeria in 1962.

World

 A woman cries as she holds body of a dead pig at a flooded farm in Xiaogan, Hubei Province, China.
Heavy rain in China kills at least 87, thousands evacuated

Saturday 23 July 2016 12:45

Heavy rain in China has killed at least 87 people and forced thousands from their homes, state media reported on Saturday.

Politics

 The case has been in and out of various courts since 2009 over 783 charges against Jacob Zuma, including for fraud and corruption.
Zuma spent R10 million on spy tapes case: DA

Saturday 23 July 2016 13:31

The Democratic Alliance (DA) alleges that President Jacob Zuma has spent in excess of R10-million on the spy tapes case.

Business

The zone is tailored for manufacturing of goods and production of services aimed at boosting economic growth.
KZN govt launches IDZ Techno Hub

Saturday 23 July 2016 10:53

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Economic Development has unveiled a R16 million complex at the Industrial Development Zone in Richards Bay on the north coast.

Science

By May this year, 363 rhino were poached in the Kruger National Park.
Scouts to lend support in fight against rhino poaching

Saturday 23 July 2016 09:37

More than 500 Scouts from across KwaZulu-Natal will gather at Howick near Pietermaritzburg to lend support in the fight against rhino poaching.

Lifestyle

Edward Snowden is seen on a screen as he delivers a speech during the Roskilde Festival in Roskilde, Denmark.
Snowden talks film debut and dramatizing his life

Saturday 23 July 2016 12:01

When former NSA contractor Edward Snowden met with Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone to discuss a movie on his life, he never thought he would be making his own film debut.

Sport

Tests show that doping and anabolic steroid use is still rife in school rugby.
School rugby doping in the spotlight

Saturday 23 July 2016 11:50

South African rugby has once again been in the spotlight, with several players from slightly lower levels of competition, having fallen foul of doping charges.

Opinion

Given the weight people place on crime as an indicator of national health in South Africa, there is an urgent need for demystification around crime trends.
Facts show South Africa has not become more violent since democracy

Friday 22 July 2016 06:46

A lot of people think that violent crime in South Africa began rising in 1994 and has continued to rise since then. They are wrong.

National Days 2016

South Africa celebrates many National Days under democracy.

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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