Sun, Apr 11, 2021


Over 30 Rural Farmers Allegedly Killed in KZN Midlands Village

It has been reported that "more than 35 rural black farmers" have so far been killed in eMangweni village in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, in...

Business Leaders Urge South Africa’s Ramaphosa to Reform Faster

CAPE TOWN - South African business leaders on Wednesday urged President Cyril Ramaphosa to push through reforms faster to lift the economy and curb...
South Africa's Unemployment Rises to 32.5%

South Africa’s Unemployment Rises to 32.5%

South Africa’s unemployment rate rose to 32.5% in the last three months of 2020, Statistician-General Risenga Maluleke has revealed. The increase presents a 1.7 percentage...

South Africa’s Treasury Says It Will Struggle to Finance Public Services

CAPE TOWN - South Africa will struggle to finance the public services that form the largest part of its budget... due to falling revenues...
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MTN Gives R500K to Relief Fund for Journalists Hit by Pandemic

MTN South Africa has made a donation of R500,000 to a newly started relief fund to help journalists whose livelihoods have been devastated by...

How Expropriation Without Compensation Works in Alexandra, South Africa

Last Thursday evening Sibusiso Vumase was entertaining guests when he heard a loud knock on his front door. When he opened the door, a...
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Disciplinary Charges Served Against Former SARS Boss Tom Moyane

Suspended SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane has been served with disciplinary charges, the Presidency announced on Friday. This relates to alleged misconduct in violation of his...

DA Says Land Audit Report Revealing Low Black Ownership Should Be...

The long-awaited Land Audit Report reportedly reveals that Black South Africans only directly own 1.2 % of the rural land in the country, and...
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Day Zero in Water Stricken Mandela Bay

The water situation in the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has reached a crisis and prompted the City to finally declare it Day Zero. ...

Mboweni’s Twitter War Confirms E-Tolls Are Here To Stay

South Africans were left a little surprised by a Twitter war - aka Twar - that went down on Friday between none other than...