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The committee was established to look into the report by the Police minister on how much money the President  should repay for non-security upgrades.
The committee was established to look into the report by the Police Minister on how much money the President should repay for non-security upgrades. ( )

Nkandla committee won’t call other witnesses

Parliament's Ad hoc Committee on Nkandla has concluded that it will not call any other witnesses to appear before it.

South Africa

Limpopo Education Dept faces legal challenge

Friday 31 July 2015 06:22

The South African Human Rights Commission plans to take legal action to force the Limpopo Education Department to address problems at the Seritarita High School.

Africa

Cyril Ramaphosa returns to Lesotho.
Ramaphosa to host briefing on Mahao’s inquiry

Friday 31 July 2015 06:21

South Africa's Deputy President and Southern African Development Community (SADC) facilitator, Cyril Ramaphosa, has arrived in Lesotho's capital Maseru.

World

Foreign firms bid for Saudi Aramco's Fadhili gas project

Thursday 30 July 2015 18:27

Foreign engineering firms have submitted bids to build a gas plant in eastern Saudi Arabia for state oil giant Saudi Aramco at an estimated cost of $5 billion to $6 billion.

Politics

The committee was established to look into the report by the Police minister on how much money the President  should repay for non-security upgrades.
Nkandla committee won’t call other witnesses

Friday 31 July 2015 05:45

Parliament's Ad hoc Committee on Nkandla has concluded that it will not call any other witnesses to appear before it.

Business

Unions to consult members on final offer in wage talks

Thursday 30 July 2015 20:31

There's strong hope that a wage agreement between gold mining companies and trade unions will be signed next week.

Science

N West learners embrace e-learning technology

Friday 31 July 2015 06:15

Learners at Moefi Secondary School at Mabaalstad outside Rustenburg say the e-learning system that has been introduced at their school will help them improve their results.  

Lifestyle

U.S. agency probes possible legal violation in lion killing

Thursday 30 July 2015 19:14

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is investigating whether the killing of a beloved lion in Zimbabwe was part of a conspiracy to violate a U.S. law against illegal wildlife trading.

Sport

Finn's five wickets put England on the brink of victory

Friday 31 July 2015 05:39

England paceman Steven Finn's five-wicket haul put the hosts on the brink of a 2-1 Ashes series lead over Australia.

Opinion

Yahya Jammeh, president of Gambia, addresses the United Nations in September 2014. The dictator is notorious for human rights violations.
Why Gambia is not ideal to host Africa’s human rights watchdog

Thursday 30 July 2015 10:06

When one thinks of human rights in Africa, The Gambia might spring to mind as an example of a country with a domestic record of grave violations.

National Days 2015

South Africa celebrates Youth Day on June 16 every year. Read the news and view multimedia relating to this year's events.

Marikana

34 people, mostly striking mineworkers, were shot dead and over 70 wounded in a clash with police on August 16, 2012.

World Economic Forum on Africa

The 2015 World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa took place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from 3 to 5 June 2015, under the theme “Then and Now: Reimagining Africa’s Future”.

Science & Tech Wrap

Weekly highlights of the latest science and technology news. Watch video wraps.

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