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Bandile Masuku denies knowledge of PPE scandal

Former Gauteng Health, Bandile Masuku, says he knew nothing about the personal protective equipment (PPE) tender scandal th ...View Article

Independent churches wants their doors open

Independent churches, most of them charismatic, are calling on government to reopen churches despite the second wave of COV ...View Article

Four die in Ekurhuleni cash-in-transit robbery

Four Cash-In-Transit (CIT) robbers were shot dead following a shoot-out with police in Katlehong, east of Johannesburg, on ...View Article

Jackson Mthembu remembered

Tributes continued to pour in for the late Minister in the Presidency, Jackson Mthembu, who passed away on Thursday due to ...View Article

ANC urges cooperation over medical aid racial profiling

The African National Congress (ANC) encouraged the three medical aid schemes accused of racially discriminating against Bla ...View Article

Minister Mthembu dies from COVID-related complications

Minister in the Presidency, Jackson Mthembu, has died aged 62. President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Thursday afternoon th ...View Article

Mkhwebane to challenge perjury charges against her

Public Protector, Advocate Busiswe Mkhwebane, has not ruled out approaching the high court if the three charges of perjury ...View Article

CWU wants SABC Board chopped

The Communication Workers Union (CWU) has called for the immediate removal of the SABC Board. The union’s General Secreta ...View Article

Murdered woman's family decry 6th court postponement

The case against a Soshanguve man accused of the brutal murder of 44-year-old, Sebenzile Maphanga, was postponed for the si ...View Article

Hospitals say alcohol ban still saving lives

Healthcare workers at Charlotte Maxeke Hospital in Johannesburg believe that the alcohol ban has provided the much needed r ...View Article

Public hospitals to get COVID-19 rapid test kits

Minister of Health, Dr Zweli Mkhize, has announced that government hospitals will soon introduce rapid testing for COVID-19 ...View Article

EFF student body to challenge late NSFAS application freeze

The Economic Freedom Fighters Student Command (EFFSC) plans to challenge government's decision not to open for late applica ...View Article

Medical schemes discriminated against black practitioners: Section 59 report

Black medical providers were unfairly discriminated against and were more likely to be found to have committed fraud, waste ...View Article

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