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Students want Fort Hare renamed
Students want Fort Hare renamed
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Hundreds of PAC members marched to the University of Fort Hare yesterday, demanding that the university management rename ...

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Good Samaritans raise funds after pool cue killing
Good Samaritans raise funds after pool cue killing
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Good Samaritans have donated about R23 000 to the family of a man who died after being stabbed in the eye with a pool cue at a bar.

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Esidimeni NGO told to talk to family
Esidimeni NGO told to talk to family
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The the Shammah House NGO has been ordered to engage directly with the family of a man who complained that his mentally ill ...

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Aggrieved Molefe breaks his silence
Aggrieved Molefe breaks his silence
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Former Eskom boss Brian Molefe has broken his silence since he was appointed an ANC MP last week, saying there is no cloud hanging over his head.

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Shocking stats on deaf pupils' troubles
Shocking stats on deaf pupils' troubles
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Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has revealed startling statistics of pupils who have disabilities but have very ...

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Are blacks really welcome in rugby?
Are blacks really welcome in rugby?
Sport

Mzwandile Stick seems to be the one who has been blamed for the shocking results and performances of the Springbok team last year.

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Allister can lean on Franco for attack
Allister can lean on Franco for attack
Sport

The search for a new Springbok captain and the identification of a specific playing style will start in earnest on Sunday.

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Lack of awareness big challenge on rare diseases
Lack of awareness big challenge on rare diseases
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One in 10 people across the globe is affected by a rare condition.

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Moaning Jones outsmarted for once
Moaning Jones outsmarted for once
Sport

The tactic used by the Italians was smart and simple: they didn’t contest possession after the tackler rolled away, so no ruck was formed.