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SA pledges to help rebuild Libya | 22-8-2011

Pretoria - South Africa has pledged to make a contribution to the rebuilding of Libya as signs of an imminent end to Muammar Gaddafi's regime have begun to emerge.

S Africans urged to be counted | 22-8-2011

Pretoria - President Jacob Zuma has urged South Africans to participate in the 2011 census, saying it will help to build a legacy for the country's children.

Govt rejects reports on Parly questions | 22-8-2011

Pretoria - Government has strongly rejected claims in the weekend press reports under the headline, "Ministers duck MPs' queries" that certain Cabinet Ministers disregard Parliamentary oversight by failing to answer Parliamentary questions.

Amla wins SA Sports Star of the Year | 22-8-2011

Rustenburg - The Proteas right-hand upper order batsman and medium-pace bowler, Hashim Amla, won the SA 2011 Sports Star of the Year during the glittering awards ceremony held at Sun City.

HIV testing campaign reaches farms | 22-8-2011

Pretoria - Hundreds of people at ZZ2 Farms in Limpopo have joined the country's HIV counseling and testing campaign.

Help us address climate change | 22-8-2011

Johannesburg - South Africa will count on the support of the business sector to enable the country to realise its plans to cut carbon emissions as part of a government response to climate change, International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana -Mashabane said on Monday.

Matlou named Sportswoman of the Year | 22-8-2011

Rustenburg - Banyana Banyana red hot striker, Noko Matlou, scooped the Sportswoman of the Year accolade during the 2011 SA Sports Awards ceremony at Sun City.

Soccer star caught speeding | 21-8-2011

Pretoria - A popular Premier Soccer League player was arrested after clocking 195 km/h on a speed camera on the N4 Bakwena Platinum Highway outside Brits yesterday morning, North West officials said.

Ghana, SA to bolster economic ties | 21-8-2011

Pretoria - President Jacob Zuma is to host the President of Ghana John Atta Mills, who will undertake a two day State Visit to South Africa from Tuesday.

Climate change to affect development | 21-8-2011

Pretoria - Climate change is posing a serious challenge for sustainable development in developing countries, with broad impacts not only on the environment but also on economic and social development, says Water and Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa.

Soccer star in speed wrap | 21-8-2011

Pretoria - A popular Premier Soccer League player was arrested after clocking 195 km/h on a speed camera on the N4 Bakwena Platinum Highway outside Brits yesterday morning, North West officials said.

Climate change to affect development | 21-8-2011

Pretoria - Climate change is posing a serious challenge for sustainable development in developing countries, with broad impacts not only on the environment but also on economic and social development, says Water and Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa.

Zuma: SARS must be independent | 21-8-2011

Johannesburg - The South African Revenue Service (SARS) must continue to act without fear or favour in ensuring full compliance with the law by all South Africans, President Jacob Zuma said on Friday night.

Boks avoid Tri-Nations whitewash with PE win | 21-8-2011

Durban - The Springboks recorded their first Tri-Nations victory in 2011 after defeating the All Blacks in Port Elizabeth.

R1, 2m project to benefit illegal car washers | 21-8-2011

Polokwane- Informal car washers in Limpopo's capital will be able to operate legitimately when a R1, 2 million car wash facility opens later this year.

Team SA in rush for gold | 21-8-2011

Mbombela- South Africa is going for gold - literally. Team South Africa flew out on Friday to compete in the five-day 2011 World Gold Panning Championships that start in Zlotoryja, Poland, on Tuesday.

Countdown to climate talks | 21-8-2011

Pretoria - The countdown to this year's United Nations Climate summit in Durban has begun, with exactly 100 days left before delegates descend on the city for one of the biggest gatherings on climate change in history.

Stern warning issued for unsafe mines | 19-8-2011

Pretoria - Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu says her department will not hesitate to stop unsafe mines from operating in order to save workers' lives.

eThekwini staff ordered back to work | 19-8-2011

Pretoria - EThekwini essential services workers, who fail to report for duty today, may find themselves without a job.

Boks still positive despite heavy blow | 19-8-2011

Durban - The Springboks will once again pursue a much needed morale boosting victory in the historical Port Elizabeth Tri-Nations Test.

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