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8 November, 2018
05 November 2018 Three Johannesburg firefighters ran the Old Mutual Soweto Marathon on Sunday in bunker gear, to commemorate their fallen colleagues.
8 November, 2018
4 November 2018 The culture of non-payments in the country will affect service delivery, a Treasury official warned.
8 November, 2018
02 November 2018 The declaration finalised during the two-day national summit against gender-based violence (GBV) and femicide has been adopted, but not yet signed. However, Social Development Minister Susan Shabangu says failure is not an option.
1 November, 2018
01 November 2018 Civil society groups have pleaded with President Cyril Ramaphosa and Justice Minister Michael Masutha to release Martha Marumo, who is serving a life sentence for killing her abusive husband.
1 November, 2018
01 November 2018 The Mo Ibrahim foundation has said that it won't tell African leaders what to do but it would continue to focus on what constitutes good leadership on the continent. The foundation said this a few days after it released its annual report on good governance. 
1 November, 2018
  31 October 2018  The UN Security Council has unanimously adopted a resolution calling for an immediate halt to attacks by armed groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo that are jeopardising the response to the Ebola outbreak.  
1 November, 2018
31 October 2018 India on Wednesday inaugurated the world's biggest statue with pomp, fireworks and tight security amid an outcry among local groups over the cost of the 182m high reproduction of an Indian independence hero.
1 November, 2018
30 October 2018 The Ibrahim Index of African Governance, now in its 11th iteration, is the most comprehensive measure of governance on the African continent. It makes for thoroughly depressing reading.
1 November, 2018
29 October 2018 Security fears and a lack of jobs in African nations have hampered gains in governance across the diverse continent over the last decade, a study said Monday, warning that some promising nations had “lost momentum”.
1 November, 2018
 26 October 2018 KwaZulu-Natal’s traditional authorities have failed to account for more than R11-million in levies collected by the province’s amakhosi from their subjects during the past financial year.
1 November, 2018
31 October 2018 The petrol price is expected to drop by about 16 cents a litre in November‚ the Automobile Association predicts.
1 November, 2018
31 October 2018 Public money meant for building schools is being siphoned off to third-party consultants and agents while Eastern Cape teachers and pupils “languish in crisis conditions”.

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