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Farming sector lawlessness should be rehabilitated, says Cosatu
Cosatu has revealed that the farming sector lawlessness enables farmers to hire foreigners and pay them humiliating salaries.
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Deadline for taxpayers is this Friday - Sars
You have until Friday 24 November to submit your tax returns, according to the SA Revenue Service.
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Brian Molefe is now an army colonel - SANDF
Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has joined the South African National Defence force as a colonel.
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WATCH: Cyberattacks led to 80% surge for jobs in the cybersecurity field
The world needs more cybersecurity experts. Find out what you need to know when going into the field.
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Khumalo confident of Basetsana can see off Nigeria
South Africa women's U-23 coach Maude Khumalo says her team have no reason to fear Nigeria ahead of January's two-leg World Cup qualifier.
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Five reasons it has gone wrong for Dortmund
Borussia Dortmund look a shadow of the side that won the Bundesliga in 2016. Here are five reasons for the club's downfall.
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Shields ends All Black dream with Wasps move
Hurricanes skipper Brad Shields on Monday confirmed a move to Wasps in 2018, opening the door to a potential switch to England for the 2019 World Cup.
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Impey, Moolman-Pasio show their class at 94.7 Challenge
Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio and Daryl Impey underlined their world-class pedigree by winning the Telkom 94.7 Cycle Challenge on Sunday.
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#Zimbabwe war vets ready to go to court to get rid of Mugabe
The leader of Zimbabwe's war veterans says he will initiate court action to legalise the military action against the president after the army seized power.
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Kenya's Supreme Court upholds repeat presidential vote
Kenya's Supreme Court upheld the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta in last month's repeat presidential vote.
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DA needs to 'keep internal elections paper trails intact'
This follows reports DA has been accused of destroying evidence of electoral fraud after it emerged ballot papers had been shredded at congress.
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UNAIDS names celebrated Durban medical researcher Special Ambassador for Adolescents and HIV
The body said in the statement that Quarraisha Abdool Karim was one of the world’s leading AIDS researchers, who had made pioneering contributions to understanding the HIV epidemic among young people, especially among young women
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