The 2014 general elections will be hotly contested with over 200 parties that will be taking part in the provincial and national elections. There has been over 20 new political parties that have been registered with the Independent Electoral ... News24.com, 1 week ago
EIGHT provinces will see by-elections held next week, the Independent Electoral Commission said on Thursday. "A total of 22 wards will be contested by 63 candidates, representing 11 political parties and six independent candidates," spokeswoman ...BDlive, 2 weeks ago Eight by-elections next week IOL, 2 weeks ago IEC ready for by-elections IOL, 1 week ago ELECTRIC POT KILLS CHEF! Dailysun.co.za, 3 weeks ago
First there was a long walk to freedom, now there is a long wait for the land of our forefathers. We can't wait any longer to own our own land and we will not vote until we get our land. These were some of the frustrations raised by communities and ...Individual.com, 2 weeks ago
Meals are back in 11 Limpopo schools after legal action, but the lost teaching time worries principals. 'It's not good to be taught hungry. It's better for concentration if we get food," grade 11 pupil Khuliso Sebokwane told the Mail & Guardian ...Mail & Guardian Online, 3 weeks ago
Speaking at the launch of the Gauteng Provincial Efficiency Enhancement Committee in Pretoria yesterday, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng said the new committee was part of a collective drive to deal with challenges facing the judicial system. This is ...Times Live South Africa, 3 weeks ago Lack of confidence worrying: Mogoeng Sowetan, 3 weeks ago Mogoeng cracks judicial whip eNCA, 3 weeks ago Mogoeng concerned over lack of confidence in justice system Mail & Guardian Online, 3 weeks ago
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Johannesburg - The latest audit report of national and provincial government shows that wastage now stands at about R30.8bn. Outgoing Auditor-General (AG) Terence Nombembe released his audit reports of national and provincial departments and their ...Finance 24, 3 weeks ago Government wastes R30.8bn, culprits get away scot-free City Press, 3 weeks ago
ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa urged residents in Limpopo to vote to prevent the "boers" from "coming back to control us". ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa told people in the province to vote, or else the "boers" will come back to power, ...Mail & Guardian Online, 3 weeks ago ANC deputy president clarifies on "Boers" remarks China.org.cn, 3 weeks ago South Africa's Ramaphosa Says Boers Not Meant to Be Derogatory BusinessWeek, 3 weeks ago
The DA in Gauteng is expected to announce additional measures in its campaign to stop e-tolling in the province.
Cars drive under an e-toll gantry on a Gauteng highway. Photo: Lesego Ngobeni/EWN Court appearances involving issues ranging from charges of fraud to President Jacob Zuma's private property in Nkandla are set to dominate much of the week. The ...IAfrica.com, 3 weeks ago
Voter registration weekend has got off to a slow start in some parts of the country. While some provinces report that registration venues opened on time and that the process got off to a good, though slow start, others report that registration ...SABC, 3 weeks ago Malamulele residents boycott registration Zoutnet, 3 weeks ago 1.1m voter registrations at halfway ma... IOL, 3 weeks ago registered Times Live South Africa, 3 weeks ago
Article By: Staff Reporter A file photo of a man with an umbrella. AFP Heavy winds and rain in Limpopo affected hundreds of families across the province, disaster management reported on Tuesday. Families in the Mopani, Vhembe and Sekhukhune ...IAfrica.com, 1 month ago
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