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18 February 2018 4:19 AM Your land audit story was full of lies

The article by Dewald van Rensburg – titled Land audit’s “bizarre” recommendations: “Definitive proposals” from land audit are difficult because the results are incredibly inconclusive – refers. On February 4, Van Rensburg, with Hlengiwe Nhlabathi, did South Africa proud by presenting a commendable piece on the much-anticipated land audit. But on February 31

16 February 2018 1:02 PM Big boost for Limpopo broadband

Cape Town - Internet access in Limpopo is set for a substantial boost after a new multi-million rand broadband deal was signed on Thursday. Limpopo Connexion has appointed Altron's [JSE:AEL] Altech Radio Holdings (ARH) to roll out a R585m broadband project that will connect government departments, businesses and households in the province. The project 35

06 February 2018 3:11 PM Sasol's upgraded R13.6bn wax plant to boost SA's industrialisation

Johannesburg - Sasol’s new improved R13.6bn wax plant in Sasolburg will make South Africa one of the world’s leading wax producers. It is also set to drive the country's industrialisation strategy. The project is one of South Africa’s largest capital investment projects currently. Sasol inaugurated the full completion of the project on Tuesday. Phase 44

20 December 2017 10:53 AM Private college Oval International regains right to operate

Cape Town - The operating licence of private college Oval International Computer Education has been reinstated by new Higher Education and Training Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize, some 11 months after it was cancelled. On January 24 2017 the Registrar of Private Higher Education cancelled the institution’s registration, saying it had provided misleading information 39

07 November 2017 8:38 AM Klopp to make rare Cape Town appearance

Cape Town - Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will make a rare appearance at the Hout Bay Market in order to raise funds for the Hout Bay United Football Community. Football fanatics will have to cough up R2 000 for the one night experience, which will come with food and drinks, live music and signed Liverpool jerseys. “We’re excited to announce a once-off 34

02 November 2017 4:09 AM Zuma to answer questions on 'spy tape' legal costs, state capture, climate change

Cape Town – The appointment of a new police commissioner, his legal costs in the spy tapes saga, state capture and climate change are some of the topics on which President Jacob Zuma will have to answer questions on when he appears in the National Assembly on Thursday. In what will be Zuma's last quarterly question session for the year, FF Plus leader 20

02 November 2017 4:00 AM Top Africa Stories: Mugabe, Madagascar, Eritrea

Harare - President Robert Mugabe and his family are shareholders in a new airline to be called Zimbabwe Airways, a private newspaper has claimed. Respected business weekly the Financial Gazettesays in its latest edition that "multiple aviation sources" have told the paper that Mugabe, 93, and his family are "beneficial shareholders" in the new company 255

31 October 2017 5:39 PM Princess Clinic provides care to 24 000 Joburg residents

Johannesburg - Following the extension of the service hours at Princess Clinic, in Roodepoort, west of Johannesburg, around 24 000 residents have been provided with healthcare, Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said on Tuesday. "The Princess Clinic pilot project entailed extending service hours from the normal eight hours to 15 hours per day - Monday 22

29 October 2017 8:06 AM #ORTambo100: T-shirt row overshadows commemoration of struggle icon

He was speaking at the Every Nation Church in Goodwood, where many of his supporters had to be bussed in by taxi, filling the seats of the megachurch. Flanking Ramaphosa was former Cabinet member Pallo Jordan and ANC Western Cape secretary Faiez Jacobs. Also in attendance was former ANC premier Ebrahim Rasool, purged following the watershed Polokwane 36

29 October 2017 5:07 AM No nuclear energy for South Africa – Gigaba

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba is reportedly slamming the brakes on the planned R1-trillion nuclear project, which he called unaffordable and unnecessary. The City Press reported that Gigaba plans to mend the South African economy by addressing “senior civil servants’ salaries and selling chunks of state-owned enterprises”. “There was a time when it was felt that nuclear 50