Monthly Archives:January 1970

My last interview with gospel sensation Sfiso Ncwane

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The name Sfiso Ncwane means different things to different people. He was a husband, a father, a friend, a colleague and an icon.
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WATCH: Inside the unused Premier’s mansion that’s going under the hammer

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It’ll cost you at least R9-million to buy it‚ and at least 12 staff to maintain it.
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Lines drawn at heated NEC meeting – who stood up to Zuma and who stood up for him

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As the African National Congress (ANC) national executive committee (NEC) meeting extended into a third day on Monday‚ the names of those who want President Jacob Zuma to step down and those who oppose the call emerged.
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Bribes have got expensive – going rate now over R2‚200!

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Getting out of a traffic fine and paying to land a job are among the main reasons that South Africans pay bribes – and apart from being an offence‚ they are not cheap.
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Zuma dynasty: Now entering the province of KwaZuma-Natal

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The jury is still out on whether another Zuma will succeed the incumbent as the next president of South Africa, but in KwaZulu-Natal the Zuma dynasty is now in full control.
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ExoMars space programme needs an extra 400 million euros

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Barely a month after its expensive test lander crashed into Mars, the European Space Agency asked member nations Friday to cough up an extra 400 million euros ($425 million) to complete the ExoMars exploration of the Red Planet.
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Protector tears apart R6m 'forensic probe'

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A debt collection company owned by a police administration clerk was paid almost R6-million to carry out a forensic investigation into computers missing from Limpopo’s transport department, which had allegedly been repossessed due to nonpayment.
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Hartbeespoort Dam cruise ends in tragedy as four women perish

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A primary school teacher has told how an end-of-year celebration turned to horror when the cruise boat she and her colleagues were on caught fire on Hartbeespoort Dam near Pretoria, leading to tragedy.
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Allister Coetzee mum on future

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A shell-shocked Allister Coetzee believes he still has he backing of his players after the Springboks slumped to a 20-18 defeat against Italy on Saturday.
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