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  • Eng & Aus dominate medals on 1st day
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    England led the medals table with six gold, while Australia followed closely behind with five on Friday, the first day of competition at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
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  • SA bags second medal
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    Siyabulela Mabulu won bronze in judo on Thursday evening, beating India's Manjeet Nandal in the 66kg division, to earn South Africa its second medal of the games.
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  • Burn e-toll bills: Cosatu
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    Motorists in Gauteng must continue to use the highways without paying the e-toll bills, the Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu) said on Thursday.
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  • Criminal charges against EFF
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    The Gauteng legislature has laid criminal charges against members of the Economic Freedom Fighters, the legislature said on Wednesday.
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After a shaky start the South African Netball team won their opening match against Trinidad and Tobago 56-40.
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The Economic Freedom Fighters claim to represent working class men and women yet looted their shops when they "stormed" the Gauteng provincial legislature, premier David Makhura said on Friday.
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A number of roads will be closed around the FNB stadium on Saturday for the Carling Black Label Cup match between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, Johannesburg metro police said.
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President Jacob Zuma on Friday sent condolences to the families and friends of those killed in the Air Algerie plane crash.
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Two delegations appointed by President Jacob Zuma will depart for the Middle East on Friday, the international relations department said.
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The establishment of an inquiry into National Prosecuting Authority boss Mxolisi Nxasana's fitness to hold office is at an advanced stage, the presidency said on Friday.
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After a shaky start the South African Netball team won their opening match against Trinidad and Tobago 56-40.
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The Economic Freedom Fighters claim to represent working class men and women yet looted their shops when they "stormed" the Gauteng provincial legislature, premier David Makhura said on Friday.
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A number of roads will be closed around the FNB stadium on Saturday for the Carling Black Label Cup match between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, Johannesburg metro police said.
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