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Business, industry welcomes mid-term budget

Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's maiden Mid-term Budget Policy Statement in Parliament has been widely welcomed by business and industry.


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Cosatu to resume discussions on Numsa expulsion

Cosatu CEC is on Thursday expected to resume its discussions on whether it should expel Numsa.


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HIV/Aids remains Africa’s biggest killer: Survey

Despite recent fears about the spread of Ebola in West Africa, HIV/AIDS remains the biggest killer of Africans on the continent.


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Madonsela warns MPs

Opposition Members of Parliament on Wednesday took the opportunity to fire questions on Nkandla.


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Electricity supply remains a problem for SA

Treasury’s 2014 Medium term Budget policy statement highlights that a strong, sustainable electricity generation sector is necessary for the economy to grow more rapidly.


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Guinea's Conde replaces security, energy ministers

Guinea's President Alpha Conde has replaced his security and energy ministers, a surprise move announced on state television late on Tuesday.


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EU nations threaten to block green energy rules at summit talks

EU leaders face hours of haggling as they seek to agree on a new decade of climate and energy policy at talks beginning on Thursday, with nations from Poland to Portugal threatening to block a deal.


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Varsity Netball praised

The Varsity Cup Netball Tournament that ended in Pretoria earlier this week, has given young players the opportunity to showcase their talent and be noticed by the national selectors.


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Springboks regroup for European tour

The Bok squad is now regrouping in Stellenbosch, before embarking on a 4-match tour of Europe in November.


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Banyana lose 2-1 to Nigeria

Banyana Banyana lost 2-1 to Nigeria in their CAF African Women's  Championship semi-final at Sam Nujoma Stadium, in Windhoek, in Namibia, on Wednesday.


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Banyana lose 2-1 to Nigeria

Banyana Banyana lost 2-1 to Nigeria in their CAF African Women's  Championship semi-final at Sam Nujoma Stadium, in Windhoek, in Namibia, on Wednesday.


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West Indies cricket team suspended for short tour

The Board of Control for Cricket in India have suspended all tours to the Caribbean and is threatening to take legal action against the WICB for the premature end of the West Indies tour to India.


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SA needs a football identity: Safca

Having a uniform playing style, based on the national playing philosophy, will help Bafana Bafana and PSL clubs do well on the international stage.


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SA needs a football identity: Safca

Having a uniform playing style, based on the national playing philosophy, will help Bafana Bafana and PSL clubs do well on the international stage.


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SABC1

On SABC 1 today

06:30Yotv S25 Ntunjambili Twin Ca..
07:00Yotv S25 Yotvland
07:15Yotv S25 Ilitha Lethu
07:30Takalani Sesame S7
08:00Bold And The Beautiful - 201..
SABC2

On SABC 2 today

09:00Inside The Baobab Tree S2
09:30Bubble Guppies S2 (Eps 201-2..
10:00Takalani Sesame S7
10:30Rivoningo S6
11:00Rands With Sense
SABC3

On SABC 3 today

08:30Steven And Chris S4
09:303 Talk S13
10:30Muvhango S15
11:00Isidingo S17
11:307de Laan S15

 


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