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Myeni: My name was dragged through the mud

Dudu Myeni - the embattled former board chairperson of South African Airways (SAA) - told the court that her name was "dragged through the mud" and that she w

Johannesburg honours music icon Joseph Shabalala

Musicians from all walks of life came together on Thursday to honour the legendary isicathamiya music icon, Joseph Shabalala.

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Myeni testifies, denies collapsing SAA-Emirates deal

Former South African Airways (SAA) chairperson, Dudu  Myeni,  denied allegations that she collapsed the prospective code-sharing deal between SAA an

Chinese Ambassador says new coronavirus infections declining

Chinese Ambassador to South Africa, Lin Songtian, says the Chinese government has strengthen efforts to fight the spread of coronavirus, now known as Covid-19


Makhubo accuses Mashaba of crippling Joburg Metro

 Mayor of City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality, Geoff Makhubo, has blamed the city’s financial woes on a decision by his predecessor, Herman

DA expects a dull Sopa from Mokgoro

The Democratic Alliance (DA) in the North West province says it's got no high expectations from Premier Job Mokgoro's State of the Province Address (Sopa).

Lesufi mourns two more schoolchildren

The death of two learners in Olifantsfontein on Monday has increased the total number of learners' deaths to 15 since the beginning of this year.

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Gauteng's e-Goverment empowers SMMEs

 Gauteng's Department of Finance and e-Government has introduced ways to make it easier for small, micro and medium enterprises (SMMEs) to track payments