The Mother City and towns across the Western Cape have unveiled plans for a massive farewell to the “Father of the Nation”.
The acrimonious tit-for-tat spat between the SACP and Numsa shows no sign of abating.
Mayor Patricia de Lille broke down in tears as she briefed the media about Cape Town's plans to honour Madiba.
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Unity sacrificed on altar of self
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‘India approves of draft WTO deal’
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