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  • Pinetown truck driver sentenced
    News:
    Swazi national Sanele Goodness May, whose truck ploughed into six vehicles at a busy Durban intersection killing 24 people last year, will spend the next eight years and 10 months in prison.
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  • Eskom signs coal agreement
    News:
    Eskom has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Anglo American Inyosi Coal for coal supply to the Kusile power station, the power producer said on Friday.
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  • State funeral for late Hughes
    News, Sport:
    Cricket Australia and Cricket NSW on Friday supported NSW Premier Mike Baird’s announcement of a State Memorial Service for Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes, who passed away on Thursday aged 25.
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  • Cape Town man guilty of assault
    News:
    A Cape Town salesman was on Friday found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend's domestic worker last year and spitting in her face.
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  • Namibia votes in general elections
    News:
    Voting began Friday in Namibia's presidential and legislative elections, in an election that is expected to see the ruling SWAPO party retain power in the country it has run since independence 24 years ago.
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A high court will decide whether two siblings accused of raping a 17-year-old girl will face trial.
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The Economic Freedom Fighters will turn to the courts to stop Parliament suspending 12 of its MPs, the party said in a statement on Friday.
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Rolling blackouts can be expected this weekend, as Eskom attempts to increase its water and diesel reserves, the parastatal said on Friday.
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Motorists can breathe a sigh of relief as the price of petrol drops ahead of the December holidays.
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Swazi national Sanele Goodness May, whose truck ploughed into six vehicles at a busy Durban intersection killing 24 people last year, will spend the next eight years and 10 months in prison.
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A high court will decide whether two siblings accused of raping a 17-year-old girl will face trial.
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The Economic Freedom Fighters will turn to the courts to stop Parliament suspending 12 of its MPs, the party said in a statement on Friday.
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Rolling blackouts can be expected this weekend, as Eskom attempts to increase its water and diesel reserves, the parastatal said on Friday.
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