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A school planned two racially separate matric dances: one for its white pupils and another for its black pupils.
A Mpumalanga school's plan to have separate matric balls for black and white pupils has drawn widespread criticism.
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has welcomed the Law Society of SA's comments on her being questioned by a parliamentary portfolio committee.
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The training of municipal officials needs to be formalised to equip them with skills to do their work better, Auditor General Terence Nombembe said.
Some 272 995 bucket toilet systems are still being operated by municipalities, Co-operative Governance Minister Richard Baloyi said.
The National Youth Development Agency has a new vision that seeks to restore the agency's credibility, chairman Yershen Pillay said.
An ANC member has been shot dead outside his home in Westonaria, on the West Rand.
Cabinet has endorsed the preliminary findings of a probe into the Gupta family plane scandal.
Acting Minister in the Presidency, Edna Molewa, says no attempt will be made to keep secret a report into the Gupta jet saga.
Budget constraints have crippled the SA Army in its attempts to fulfil obligations, army chief Lt-Gen Vusimuzi Masondo said.
South Africa’s two biggest political parties sent in their big guns to campaign for votes in a by-election in KwaZulu-Natal - and it paid off for the ANC.
The Hawks are struggling to complete their investigation into the “brown envelope” scandal involving former Western Cape premier Ebrahim Rasool.
The DGs whose departments are involved in the Gupta plane scandal have been locked in a meeting to discuss a preliminary report.
The DA will make a stand against Sanral’s toll proposal for the N1 and N2 outside the Western Cape High Court today.
A beer maker's plans to boost the sale of its product in Africa has left a sour taste in Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi's mouth.
Cosatu is keeping people unemployed by influencing government not to implement the youth wage subsidy.
The National Union of Metalworkers of SA has welcomed the SA Communist Party's discussion document on the National Development Plan.
Cabinet ministers are considering a report from a probe into the unauthorised landing of a privately chartered plane at Waterkloof Air Force Base.
AfriForum will oppose the Tshwane metro's application to appeal an order instructing it to restore Pretoria's old street names.
The Gauteng premier’s office has announced plans for a task team to fight rampant drug abuse in Eldorado Park.
The DA’s Lindiwe Mazibuko has petitioned President Jacob Zuma to refer the Info Bill back to the National Assembly.
The Labour Court has ordered Limpopo Premier Cassel Mathale not to dock the salaries of officials who pleaded guilty to misconduct.
State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele denies halting a probe into the Gupta family’s alleged undue influence on the government.
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