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Mphela back in national team fold | 15-3-2011

Pretoria - Katlego "Killer" Mphela is one of the 24 players selected to face Egypt on the crucial 2012 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier at Ellis Park stadium on 26 March at 8.05pm.

Employers, workers urged to fight fair in labour disputes | 15-3-2011

Pretoria - Public Service and Administration Minister Richard Baloyi has urged all parties in the public service to commit to rules of engagement during labour negotiation processes.

No ARVs in whoonga: Zuma | 15-3-2011

Durban - The notorious township drug, whoonga, does not contain anti-retroviral drugs, says President Jacob Zuma.

Public Works wants all employees techno savvy | 15-3-2011

Pretoria - The Public Works Department wants all its employees, especially those in lower levels, to be brought up to date with technology.

Dewani back in court | 15-3-2011

Pretoria - An application by South African authorities to have honeymoon murder accused Shrien Dewani's bail revoked will resume in the Belmarsh Magistrates' Court in London today.

SA man extradited to UK on murder charge | 15-3-2011

Pretoria - A South African man, who is wanted in the United Kingdom (UK) for the murder of a six-year-old child, will be extradited to that country on Tuesday.

Refugee Amendment Bill to streamline application process | 15-3-2011

Pretoria - The Refugee Amendment Bill will not only streamline the application process for those seeking asylum in South Africa, but will also simplify and make it more efficient, Home Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma said.

SA, Switzerland deepen ties | 15-3-2011

Pretoria - International Relations and Cooperation Deputy Minister Ebrahim Ebrahim has arrived in Switzerland, where he will co-chair the South Africa-Switzerland (SA-SWISS) 3rd Annual High Level Consultations with his Swiss counterpart, State Secretary Peter Maurer.

Shaw to head up Broadband Infacro | 15-3-2011

Pretoria - Dr Andrew Shaw has been appointed as the interim CEO of telecommunication infrastructure provider, Broadband Infacro, the Department of Public Enterprises said on Tuesday.

Motlanthe jets off to US | 15-3-2011

Cape Town - Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe is set to leave for the US on a working visit with whistle-stops scheduled for Washing DC, New York and Chicago.

Dewani to be admitted to a rehabilitation clinic | 15-3-2011

Pretoria - Murder accused Shrien Dewani will be admitted to a rehabilitation clinic while he fights extradition processes to stand trial in South Africa.

Gordhan rethinks economic transformation | 14-3-2011

Johannesburg - To meet the ambitious target of growing the economy by seven percent per annum, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says the country should redefine its economic transformation strategy.

Operation Mayibuye closes in on criminals | 14-3-2011

Pretoria - Gauteng police have recovered goods worth more than R500 000 and arrested about 60 suspects for various crimes during the weekend's crime prevention operations in the province.

R40 000 fine for speeding motorist | 14-3-2011

Pretoria - A Gauteng motorist who was caught travelling at 216 km/h in a 120km/h zone has been given a whopping R40 000 fine and his driving licence has been suspended for six months.

Bafana match tickets on sale | 14-3-2011

Pretoria - Tickets for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifying match between Bafana Bafana and Egypt are on sale countrywide.

Schabir Shaik behind bars again | 14-3-2011

Pretoria - Schabir Shaik has been re-incarcerated at a KwaZulu-Natal prison, the Department of Correctional Services has confirmed.

Law enforcement tops substance abuse summit agenda | 14-3-2011

Pretoria - Tighter monitoring of alcohol trading outlets and pushing up the legal drinking age to 21 years will be among the proposals to be put forward during the second Biennial Substance Abuse Summit.

Mpuma schools warned about computer scam | 14-3-2011

Mbombela - The Mpumalanga Education Department has warned school principals and managers to be on the lookout for a fraudster who masquerades as a provincial government official sent to give computers to schools.

Women still marginalised | 14-3-2011

Pretoria - Though strides have been made in empowering women, many are still marginalised, said President Jacob Zuma.

Govt meets anti-rape activists | 14-3-2011

Cape Town - Government has met a group of gay and lesbian activists, who are lobbying for "corrective rape" to be labeled a hate crime.


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