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SAMWU blames SALGBC for frustrating worker’s disputes

More than 200 of Ekurhuleni Metro Municipality former - Aids Unit - workers felt let down by the South African Local Government Bargaining Council, (SALGBC) in Kempton Park last Friday on the 20th of October 2017. They were prepared to argue their two disputes against the municipality, which are unfair dismissal,

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NISSAN SAVES THE RHINO

The Patrol vehicle that Nissan donated to Pilanesberg National Park worth R700 000.00

The management of Nissan went to the Pilanesberg National Park in the North West some time ago and realised that they needed to take part in the Saving the Rhino project.

 

The reason was that, even if their company is more into manufacturing cars, they also cared for the environment and would assist where there is a need. So they donated a vehicle to assist in catching the Rhino Poachers.

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REVIEW PERSPECTIVES AND INSPIRE YOUR MARRIAGE!

LB Mphahlele exhorting his audience to create a family culture through wide reading – Picture: Lerato Sirengqe

Polokwane – On 10September 2016 married people and those planning to get married will gather at Polokwane Royal Hotel to attend the inspirational event entitled

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Deputy Mayor gives back to the needy students

The Deputy Mayor brought joyful smiles to many children from different schools as some of them received uniforms for the first time.

Cllr Vera Gumbi, Deputy Mayor of the City Of uMhlathuze, was accompanied by the Municipality officials and some of the leadership together with

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Logos Hope Ship visits Richards Bay

The Logos Hope made its first visit to the City and was opened to the public in the Small Craft Harbour, Tuzi Gazi Waterfront Terminal on the 5th of May 2016.

The ship offers unique cultures as the staff and crew comes from many different nations and cultures. Despite their differences, they seek to understand and respect one another.

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FIRE LEFT FAMILY OF SEVEN DEVASTATED

The remains of the burned home in Slovo – Cape Town

Fire shattered the home of seven family members on Saturday morning at Slovo – Cape Town just outside Century. All family members were in tears and messy when they were explaining to Spotlight Newspaper how the fire

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Mangosuthu University of Technology changes gears

The Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) introduces new student registration system. The university has taken a new turn of online registration with the aim of increasing public safety.

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Ilembe districts top 5 matric learners aims high

Ilembe districts top five matric students’ achievers rose above the districts bad percentage. Through hard work, dedication, sleepless nights and the help of dedicated teachers the top 5 now reaps good results.

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Electricity installation project set to kick off soon for Ngwelezane residents

The mayor of Umhlathuze Cllr Mduduzi Mhlongo brought joy to the people of Ngwelezane, confirming the installation of electricity in the area.

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Stats SA celebrates World Statistics Day

The executive manager: Poverty and Inequality Statistics Nozipho Shabalala

Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) celebrated World Statistics Day and this year their theme was Better Data Better Lives. Managers from various departments

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Appointment of the Chair of Electoral Commission Mr Glenton Vuma Mashinini

Vice Chairperson Commissioner Terry Tselane at the appointment of the new Chair at IEC offices in Centurion.

Mr. Mashinini accepted the responsibility as Chair of the electoral Commission with humility and

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Awards Ceremony to Government Departments for achieving clean Audits

Mbali Dlamini - Audit Senior Manager at AGSA at the awards Ceremony held in Pretoria,

Auditor General South Africa (AGSA) held the award ceremony At Casa Toscana – Pretoria Lynwood for government departments that

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Community Anti-Drug march overwhelmingly successful

Various community organisations and the community at large in the Johannesburg South area marched together in protest against drugs. Organised by the local council, this march attracted over 400 people. The march started in Rotunda Park in Turfontein and proceeded for over 5 kilometres ending back in Rotanda Park.

 

Present was CEO of Crimeline, Yusuf Abramjee, who was impressed with the support from the community to take a stand against drugs. The crowd chanted with him: “No to drugs!”

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Government reveals solutions to end taxi violence in Maphumulo

The KwaZulu Natal MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison, Mr Willies Mchunu, has given Maphumulo Taxi Association a final warning to shut down the rank should the security situation continue to deteriorate.

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DEVASTING DROUGHT IN KWAZULU NATAL

The drought in the Northern parts of the KwaZulu Natal Province has reached a critical condition.

Farmers are concerned about their crops and cattle dying due to the shortage of water. More than 19 livestock have died recently in a small rural area near Maphumulo

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  3. DEPUTY PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA RETURNS FROM CHINA
  4. SOUTH AFRICAN STATE PRESIDENT IN HOSPITAL.

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