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Plight of SA’s poor unchanged as millions go unspent
Plight of SA’s poor unchanged as millions go unspent
Politics

The lives of millions of South Africans could be improved dramatically if municipalities spent their service budgets appropriately.

31h
Cool apathy reflects ill on Nathi Nhleko
Cool apathy reflects ill on Nathi Nhleko
Politics

The passage of time and a raft of withering judgments against him have hardened the police minister’s immunity to shame.

34h
SA delegation to UN grilled over children’s rights
SA delegation to UN grilled over children’s rights
Politics

The country’s failure to meet its commitments in terms of the UN’s Millenium Development Goals saw a local delegation face some tough questions.

1 day ago
Cosatu to back students
Cosatu to back students

AS PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma threw his weight behind embattled Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande with the fees crisis keeping ...

2 days ago
Joost seeks funds to stay alive
Joost seeks funds to stay alive

AILING former Springbok hero Joost van der Westhuizen will probably die sooner if he does not immediately receive the R385 665 ...

2 days ago
Spier murder: Rohde can return home
Spier murder: Rohde can return home

INVESTIGATORS are wasting no time wrapping up their investigation into Spier murder accused Jason Rohde and estimate they ...

2 days ago
Marching Maties students halt tests
Marching Maties students halt tests

STELLENBOSCH University students marched from building to building yesterday, halting tests and threatening to shut down ...

2 days ago
Scammers take advantage of victims' pain
Scammers take advantage of victims' pain

GRIEVING after having to put down her 6-year-old Rottweiler Rolo suffering from bone cancer, Gemma Steel never imagined her ...

2 days ago
Lucky sausage dog Vienna home at last after eight days
Lucky sausage dog Vienna home at last after eight days

VIENNA the dachshund has been found, after scores of Capetonians joined owner Jayne le Roux in an eight-day search at Silvermine.