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  • No DA, EFF partnership
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    The DA and the EFF on Wednesday denied reports of a possible coalition between them after the May 7 elections.
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  • Easter road deaths drop
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    The death toll on the country's roads over the Easter weekend dropped from 241 last year to 193 this year, according to preliminary figures announced by Transport Minister Dipuo Peters on Wednesday.
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  • DA marches in JHB
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    Hundreds of Democratic Alliance supporters marched for jobs in Johannesburg on Wednesday.
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  • Treatment halted at JHB hospital
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    A shortage of a key chemotherapy drugs at Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital has halted treatment for certain cancer patients, a Gauteng official said on Wednesday.
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The Electoral Court will hear an application by opposition parties to force IEC chairwoman Pansy Tlakula to resign, a court official said on Thursday.
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The EFF in Gauteng will focus all its energy on improving the lives of the poor, the party's premier candidate Dali Mpofu said on Thursday.
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The SA Police Service (SAPS) should not be drawn into politics because it is a statutory institution, Icasa's complaints and compliance committee heard on Thursday.
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A Tanzanian national accused of threatening one of Jacob Zuma's wives is set to plead guilty to crimen injuria, the Durban Magistrate's court heard on Thursday.
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Police were on Thursday searching for a priest and two men after a man was found buried next to a stream in Doornkop, Soweto.
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A team of 275 attorneys and candidate attorneys has been set up to monitor the May 7 general election, the Law Society of SA (LSSA) said on Thursday.
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The Electoral Court will hear an application by opposition parties to force IEC chairwoman Pansy Tlakula to resign, a court official said on Thursday.
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The EFF in Gauteng will focus all its energy on improving the lives of the poor, the party's premier candidate Dali Mpofu said on Thursday.
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The SA Police Service (SAPS) should not be drawn into politics because it is a statutory institution, Icasa's complaints and compliance committee heard on Thursday.
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