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9 February, 2017
Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo was yesterday slapped with costs after his application challenging the constitutionality of his arrest by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) was postponed indefinitely for failing to comply with the Supreme Court rules.
9 February, 2017
A rabies disease outbreak has been detected in Schweizer-Reneke and Bloemhof, in the North West. More than 20 heard of cattle have died. Rabies is a viral disease that causes inflammation of the brain in humans and other mammals.
9 February, 2017
Families that were affected by the torrential rains in the Ugu district on the KwaZulu-Natal south coast, have called on the government to provide them with temporary shelters.
9 February, 2017
National Spokesperson of the African National Congress (ANC) Zizi Kodwa says 12 urgent tasks have been put up which the President Jacob Zuma needs to reflect in the State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Thursday night.
1 February, 2017
Fourteen people have been trapped in a Tanzanian gold mine for more than 40 hours, officials said on Friday as rescuers worked to reach them.
1 February, 2017
Heads of State and government will on Monday elect a new African Union Commission Chairperson to replace South Africa's Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma – widely credited with improved efficiencies and women's empowerment at the august body.
1 February, 2017
At least 32 people have died in Somalia after drinking water from a well that was believed to have been poisoned, officials said on Monday.
1 February, 2017
The Absa Purchasing Managers' Index has edged above 50 for the first time since July 2016, suggesting the manufacturing sector started the year on a relatively solid footing.
1 February, 2017
Although the overall impact of a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages would be negative the effect would be “relatively small”, National Treasury said. 
1 February, 2017
National Prosecuting Authority head Shaun Abrahams ordered an investigation into advocate Gerrie Nel and other senior prosecutors just three days before Nel resigned.
27 January, 2017
Repeated rain failures have pushed 15 million people across the three countries into crisis, and in need of aid, as their animals are dying and water is in short supply, Save the Children said in a statement.
27 January, 2017
If you were caught unaware when water cuts hit Johannesburg suburbs on Thursday night you have yourself to blame – threats of drastic action against water wasters were issued months ago.
27 January, 2017
It is well-known that many South Africans drive Toyotas and equally large numbers eat sushi. It is harder to say for sure if many Japanese like a glass of pinotage with their biltong while they are watching, say, a game of rugby.
27 January, 2017
Gold fell half a percent on Friday and headed for its first weekly loss of the year, as a two-day rise in the dollar prompted some investors to cash in gains after the metal hit its highest since mid-November earlier this week.
27 January, 2017
The Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Switzerland is a platform for leaders in politics and business to debate and chart the way forward on global matters, but it also offers a crucial window for the NGO sector to interact and get buy-in for their initiatives.

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