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City lashed over peak-hour roadblocks
City lashed over peak-hour roadblocks

THE City chose the morning peak hour yesterday to set up a roadblock on the busy N2 to track down repeat traffic offenders.

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Pharmacies win on closed medical scheme networks
Pharmacies win on closed medical scheme networks

IN A victory for independent community pharmacies, moves have been made to have penalty co-payments declared an undesirable business
practice.

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Drug authority calls for decriminalising of dagga
Drug authority calls for decriminalising of dagga

AMID ongoing debates about South Africa’s policies on dagga, the Central Drug Authority has called for the focus to be on ...

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Congolese feel betrayed by Zuma
Congolese feel betrayed by Zuma

ABOUT 300 Congolese nationals marched to Parliament yesterday to plead with the government to mediate in a political crisis ...

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Film festival mystery in Prince Albert
Film festival mystery in Prince Albert

WHILE the second annual Indie Karoo Film Festival has drawn prominent industry roleplayers and audiences from across South ...

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Councillor revs up driving schools
Councillor revs up driving schools

DRIVING school operators running their businesses at the Athlone Stadium parking area say the City has been negotiating with ...

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Memorial service for pupil slain in prison
Memorial service for pupil slain in prison

THE memorial service of murdered schoolboy Gerdo Karelse took place at Beaufort West Secondary School yesterday.

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Plea for more integrated communities
Plea for more integrated communities

JUSTICE Department Deputy Minister John Jeffery has called for integrated cities and said South Africa cannot become one ...

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ANC acts swiftly on N2 protest
ANC acts swiftly on N2 protest

The ANC in the province yesterday suspended a member who was allegedly a “key instigator” in violence which erupted on the ...

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Unified in diversity we can truly be free
Unified in diversity we can truly be free

AS USUAL, the naysayers are out in force, telling the world’s people that the world is about to disintegrate and we should ...

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‘Fathers & Daughters’: dramatic weeping
‘Fathers & Daughters’: dramatic weeping

IF ITALIAN director Gabriele Muccino has managed to make four American features with major Hollywood stars, he must be doing something right.

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‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ – film review
‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ – film review

IT’S BEEN 20 years since Independence Day blew up the White House and blazed new trails with blockbuster records.

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Film review: Teen turtles raise some shell
Film review: Teen turtles raise some shell

TEENAGE Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, the sequel to the 2014 reboot of the popular vintage kiddie franchise, hits the big screen today.

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Now it's law to eat less
Now it's law to eat less

SOUTH AFRICANS will be eating less salt in everyday items such as bread, breakfast cereal, margarines and butter, savoury ...

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Over 170 families, 7 toilets, 2 work
Over 170 families, 7 toilets, 2 work

MORE than 170 households in Riemvasmaak informal settlement, less than 3km from Caledon, are forced to share seven communal ...