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Sona blow for showbiz

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THE Cape Town party scene was dealt a hard blow after the postponement of the state of the nation address (Sona). A number of celebrities along with some of country’s top fashion designers lamented the decision as they were forced to count their losses after forking out hefty prices on hotel fees and high-end designer
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UP bans private accommodation

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THE University of Pretoria (UP) banned a private owned student accommodation from its list of residences due to lack of transformation and won’t be participating in its upcoming events. The Sonop residence apparently doesn’t meet the university’s transformation quota, accommodating black students in only six out of 160 residences of Sonop remains predominantly Afrikaans and
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Last-gasp Kane penalty earns Spurs draw at Liverpool

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Harry Kane scored his 100th Premier League goal from the penalty spot in stoppage time to snatch a point for Tottenham Hotspur in a thrilling 2-2 draw with Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday. Mohamed Salah capitalised on a mistake from Eric Dier to put Liverpool in front in the third minute, taking his tally to
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Crystal Palace fight back to draw relegation tussle with Newcastle

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Luka Milivojevic’s second-half penalty secured a point for Crystal Palace as they recovered from a goal down to earn a 1-1 draw at home to fellow strugglers Newcastle United on Sunday. Mohamed Diame gave Newcastle the lead from a corner midway through the first half when he slotted the ball in at the far post
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Battle for dominance in R5 billion funeral market

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Magwaza, Dangor to testify at inquiry

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FORMER South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) CEO Thokozani Magwaza and former social development director general Zane Dangor. will testify at the Sassa inquiry in Midrand. “For clarity’s sake, so everyone is on the same page, Dangor and Magwaza are going into the witness box,” judge Bernard Ngoepe, who is heading the inquiry, said yesterday.
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New interim rulers to be announced

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THE new temporary leadership of the ANC in the Free State may be announced today when the national executive committee (NEC) visits the province. This follows after the recently elected NEC said on the weekend that the ANC provincial executive committees (PEC) in the Free State had been suspended and interim structure aimed at uniting
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I’m a crossfire victim – Koko

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FORMER Eskom acting chief executive Matshela Koko claims to have been a “crossfire” victim in a war of attrition at the power utility in an affidavit he will submit today before Parliament’s inquiry into corporate governance at the state-owned enterprise. In his explosive submission, Koko outlines how corruption allegations against him have had a negative
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Eskom Group Capital head Prish Govender resigns

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Eskom’s acting head of Group Capital Prish Govender has resigned with immediate effect. Govender’s resignation comes a day after Chief Financial Officer Anoj Singh handed in his resignation letter. Eskom spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe confirmed Govender’s resignation.   ALERT: Eskom’s acting head of Group Capital, Mr Prish Govender tendered his resignation today. He resigned with immediate
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Bathabile Dlamini sticks to her guns at Sassa inquiry

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On day two of the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) inquiry, Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini stuck to her guns that work streams team was initiated to work hand-in-hand with Sassa officials. The minister on Tuesday continued to give testimony at the inquiry as to why she should not be liable for cost of litigation
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