SA mineworkers down tools at PPC Cement over wages
NUM said that its members at PPC Cement Slurry in Mafikeng, North West, have embarked on a strike over wages.
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OPINION: Statistics have shed light on society since time immemorial
Pali Lehohla the Statistician-General of South Africa and Head of Statistics SA writes about the value of statistics.
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PICS: 5 of the best VR headsets
VR headsets are blurring the lines between reality and fantasy. Marchelle Abrahams takes a look at some of the gear available on the market.
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IEC online portal launched in aid to capture voter addresses
The IEC has launched an online portal to support its efforts to capture the addresses of over 26 million registered voters before 30 June 2018.
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Italy to face Sweden in World Cup playoff
The Italians were condemned to the playoffs after finishing runners-up to Spain in their qualifying group.
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Khawaja: Aussie selectors’ chopping and changing creates instability
“It is very hard to develop your game and play some consistent cricket if you’re not getting consistent opportunities overseas, which I haven’t been getting.”
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Benfica v Man United: A new page waits to be written
Manchester United appear to be on the up again under Jose Mourinho, who cut his managerial teeth in an ill-fated three-month stint at Benfica in 2000.
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Happy Jele may miss Pirates clash against Platinum Stars
According to the Bucs medical team, the centre-back is still experiencing some discomfort and as a result, he will continue working on his rehabilitation.
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#DurbanStorm: R100m to fix hospitals
Damage to health facilities - particularly two hospitals and a supply depot - will cost in the order of R100m to repair, the provincial government revealed on Tuesday.
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#CabinetReshuffle has dealt the SACP an insulting blow: DA
The DA says President Zuma's decision to axe Blade Nzimande should force the SA Communist Party to re-evaluate its alliance with the ANC.
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Zuma's removal of Nzimande 'a direct attack on us' - SACP
President Zuma's surprise Cabinet reshuffle which saw Blade Nzimande axed was a "direct attack" on the SACP, the ruling party alliance partner has said.
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Court curbs Communication Minister's powers at SABC
The Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has delivered a judgment limiting the powers of the Communications Minister in appointing and firing members of the SABC board.
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