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Please lift ban: Travel and alcohol are our livelihood, says tourism business council

The Tourism Business Council of SA (TBCSA) has called on the government to lift the alcohol sales ban and restrictions on Gauteng travel.

Anti-vaccination protesters and other demonstrators against Covid-19 restrictions in France clashed ...

Basic education minister Angie Motshekga says children face a possible catastrophic future after ...

Extra buses planned as taxis are halted in ...

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Extra buses will operate between Bellville and Mbekweni in Paarl during the two ...

Former SABC football analyst Coudjoe ...

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Former Sowetan football journalist and SABC sports analyst Coudjoe Amankwaa has ...

Celebrity chef Mario Batali agrees to ...

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Celebrity chef Mario Batali and his business partner have agreed to pay ...

Violent protests mar funeral of slain Haiti president

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Haiti bid a rowdy farewell to assassinated president Jovenel Moise on Friday as his funeral was roiled by nearby ...

#Covid19 | All you need to know about the coronavirus

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We've put together, in one place, everything you need to know about Covid-19 including the latest news, contact numbers ...

Looting cost schools R300m in damage and stolen infrastructure

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Schools suffered R300m in damage in the violent looting spree which affected KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, basic education ...

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Appeal court votes against IEC for its handling of DA-De Lille dispute

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The explosive fallout between the DA and Patricia de Lille has led to a unanimous vote against the Electoral Commission ...

Family of five killed in ‘devastating’ Cape Town Wendy house fire

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A family of five died in a what the City of Cape Town described as a "devastating fire" in Mitchells Plain early on ...

‘We are ready’: Motshekga says school restart hinges on Ramaphosa family meeting

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Schools are still expected to reopen on Monday, basic education minister Angie Motshekga said on Saturday.

SA's recorded deaths related to Covid-19 edge closer to 70,000

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A further 450 Covid-19 related deaths were reported on Friday in SA.

WATCH LIVE | Education minister Angie Motshekga gives an update on the reopening of ...

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Basic education minister Angie Motshekga holds a media briefing to provide an update on the state of readiness for the ...

Hawks commander due in court for 'whisky and cash bribe' is dead

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Luphondo allegedly handed the prosecutor an 18-year-old boxed bottle of Glenfiddich whisky worth R1,550 on March 23.

Warehouse burnt in KZN looting stored 1,600 chemicals causing 'considerable' ...

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About 1,600 chemicals were stored in a warehouse burnt during looting and KwaZulu-Natal faces considerable ...

'I fear for my safety but must put bread on the table': Women walk to work as taxi ...

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'I know of women walking up to 50km through the night, or in the rain, to get to work': taxi war in Cape Town

Covid-19 cases decline slightly in Nelson Mandela Bay

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Nelson Mandela Bay has recorded a slight decline in the total number of active Covid-19 cases. According to the ...