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Schools in Port Elizabeth’s Northern Areas reopened on Wednesday after having been closed for more than a week amid protests over teacher and infrastructure shortages.
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Mozambican taxi driver Mido Macia was slapped and shoved after being arrested, a Warrant Officer in the SA Police Service (SAPS) told the High Court in Pretoria on Wednesday.
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Jimmy shares his thoughts on the Minnesota dentist who illegally killed a lion who was a local favourite in Zimbabwe.
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President Jacob Zuma wished Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who is back in hospital, a speedy recovery on Wednesday.
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In one of his first interviews in his new role, the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s newly appointed chief executive, Alan Mukoki, said there was plenty of room for improvement in the business community’s relationship with government.
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Everyone is waiting for a local guide and land owner to appear in court in Hwange, Zimbabwe on charges that they allegedly assisted an American hunter to kill one of Zimbabwe's most beloved and popular lions.