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"Ntlemeza’s attempts to resume work will be dealt with decisively"

Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has told a media briefing in Pretoria that his department has followed the letter and spirit of the law in replacing former Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza


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Super Rugby tournament to be reduced from 18 to 15 teams

The Super Rugby tournament will be reduced from 18 to 15 teams from next year, with South Africa losing two teams and Australia one.


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Uber drivers in Johannesburg fear for their lives

Uber drivers in the Johannesburg area fear for their lives following messages over the weekend that they will be attacked.


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Motshekga urges better transport, safety for school children

Education Minister Angie Motshekga has urged parents to ensure they use vehicles that comply with the requirements of scholar transport as set out by the department.


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Well done President Zuma for showing a good heart

Two very recent decisions taken by President Jacob Zuma has revealed a pleasant side of our beleaguered ruler.


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Rand strengthening as US currency weakens

The rand continues to trade at levels under R13 to the dollar, as the US currency weakens.


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Barney Pityana conferred honorary doctorate by Rhodes University

Outspoken champion for human rights, Professor Barney Pityana, was conferred an honorary doctorate by Rhodes University over the weekend.


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Super Rugby tournament to be reduced from 18 to 15 teams

The Super Rugby tournament will be reduced from 18 to 15 teams from next year, with South Africa losing two teams and Australia one.


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Super Rugby tournament to be reduced from 18 to 15 teams

The Super Rugby tournament will be reduced from 18 to 15 teams from next year, with South Africa losing two teams and Australia one.


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'Best ever' Messi turns tables on Madrid

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique revelled in turning the tables on bitter rivals Real Madrid as Lionel Messi struck deep into stoppage time to edge a thrilling El Clasico 3-2 on Sunday.


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'Best ever' Messi turns tables on Madrid

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique revelled in turning the tables on bitter rivals Real Madrid as Lionel Messi struck deep into stoppage time to edge a thrilling El Clasico 3-2 on Sunday.


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Kenyans win men and women’s London Marathon

Kenyan Mary Keitany broke Paula Radcliffe's women's-only world record to win the London Marathon.


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Kenyans win men and women’s London Marathon

Kenyan Mary Keitany broke Paula Radcliffe's women's-only world record to win the London Marathon.


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Manyonga breaks long jump African record at SA champs

Luvo Manyonga added another achievement to his growing list of accolades by breaking the African record for the second time this season at the SA Athletics Championships in Potchefstroom on Saturday.


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24:00Prime Time News 2017
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21:00Special Assignment 2017
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