Newsflashes

10 October, 2017
If the ANC elects the right leader at its December conference, state capture could possibly in time be halted, corruption minimised and state owned enterprises be whipped into shape.
5 October, 2017
The South African Revenue Service (Sars) reminds taxpayers that it is a criminal offence not to submit a tax return for any of the tax types for which they are registered. 
5 October, 2017
The Competition Commission has launched an investigation into the Vodacom Group after allegations that it abused its dominance to clinch what has amounted to R1 billion in government spending after winning a National Treasury tender to supply services to government departments.
5 October, 2017
World Teachers Day, instead of celebrating, the country’s teachers are lamenting the stress they work under and the challenges they face. Jaftha Jonkers has been a teacher for 30 years. He said he has seen a lot of changes in the profession.
5 October, 2017
Candlelight vigils were held across Las Vegas on Monday night, a day after a gunman opened fire on a country music concert killing at least 59 people and wounding hundreds more. Among those at the vigil were witnesses to the shooting who ran for their lives when the shots rang out.
5 October, 2017
Alphabet Inc’s Google (GOOGL.O) on Wednesday unveiled the second generation of its Pixel smartphone along with new voice-enabled home speakers, redoubling its commitment to the hardware business as it competes with a surge of devices from Apple Inc (AAPL.O) and Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O).
5 October, 2017
Investors say they are finding other African countries like Ghana, Rwanda and Botswana more attractive for mining investment rather than South Africa.  
20 September, 2017
Amina Yuguda is a news presenter on local network Gotel Television, where she has reported on high-profile news stories, including the Boko Haram insurgency. She will start a three-month placement at the BBC in London in September.
20 September, 2017
In a Monday news release the UN World Food Programme (WFP) said that more than 1.5 million children across West and Central Africa risked going to school hungry or dropping out altogether as the 2018-2019 year kicked off.
20 September, 2017
Moustafa el-Hassan says the court in the southern city of Aswan ruled on Tuesday that the defendants should be released pending trial on charges that include protesting illegally and receiving funds from foreign sources. Bail was set at about $60 each.
20 September, 2017
Television ads are pushing up the sales of energy drinks‚ which are the highest-growing market in the beverage sector. These are the findings of a study conducted by Priority Cost-Effective Lessons for Systems Strengthening‚ or PRICELESS‚ a research unit at Wits University.
20 September, 2017
The front-passenger windows of the truck was shattered, resulting in the vehicle temporarily being out of service.
20 September, 2017
On Saturday Mbowane, 58, launched the Catch Them Young maths and science project through which he offers free classes to younger students.
13 September, 2017
The latest images show homes torn apart after the storm pummelled the region with winds of up to 120mph (192km/h). Search and rescue teams are moving through the worst affected areas with emergency supplies of food and water.
13 September, 2017
The bill was introduced by the government last week in an endeavour to counter the growing anti-government protests which have been marked by police firing teargas at peaceful sit-ins held by opposition members as they called for President Faure Gnassingbe's resignation.

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