OUTA calls for an investigation into Dudu Myeni
OUTA has welcomed the Cabinet announcement that a new board has been approved for SAA and Dudu Myeni is finally fired.
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Tshwane commuters left stranded by bus strike
Bus commuters in some parts of the City of Tshwane have been severely affected by the surprising bus personnel strike which emerged this morning.
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Home Affairs set to investigate massive data breach
The Home Affairs Department has confirmed that it will be investigating a massive data breach after Security Developer Troy Hunt made the discovery.
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'Gigaba should have taken another route on SAA'
Parliament's standing committee on finance that it believed Malusi Gigaba should have used another route to provide financial rescue to SAA.
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Wallabies' revival faces ultimate test against All Blacks
Kurtley Beale said an improving Australia team will take heart from their near-miss against the All Blacks as they bid to end their Bledisloe Cup misery.
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Sundowns won't ever 'park the bus' - Mosimane
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says his team will never resort to playing defensive football, despite Tuesday's loss to Kaizer Chiefs.
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How Western Province can win their #CurrieCup semi-final
Western Province will have to put in a complete performance to best the Lions on Saturday, making sure they cut down on errors and take their chances.
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Here's how Hamilton could take F1 title on Sunday
Lewis Hamilton could be crowned Britain’s first four-times Formula One world champion in Texas this weekend.
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Post Office offered to take over welfare grant payments
Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini has authorised an "offer" to the South African Post Office to take over the payment of social grants.
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Four killed as protesters clash with security in Togo
Four people were killed in Togo in clashes between security forces and demonstrators calling for an end to the Gnassingbe family rule.
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NSFAS remains mum on R14.1m
NSFAS refused to comment when asked about the R14.1 million mistakenly paid into the account of Walter Sisulu University student.
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Education Bill will see schools ‘become shebeens’
Sections of the Education Bill will allow the sale and use of alcohol on school grounds under strict conditions.
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