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The ANC’s centre cannot hold without Zuma

The ANC’s centre cannot hold without Zuma

02 Apr 2016 06:22 In a united party, when the leader steps down, the deputy steps up to fill his shoes. In a divided ANC though, things are more likely to fall apart. One admission stood out in the ANC’s spin ...

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UNISA Telecentre Training

UNISA Telecentre Training

05 March 2016 UNISA, NCG and BYI provided training on below bulleted items for free. UNISA partnered with Ndlovu Care Group, together they opened UNISA Telecentre which offers all UNISA students free access to the centre to access UNISA student ...

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IEC officially launches 2016 municipal elections

IEC officially launches 2016 municipal elections

  The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has officially launched the 2016 municipal elections in Midrand. Political party representatives, traditional leaders and IEC officials are gathered at the Gallagher Convention Centre where the state of readiness for the elections has been ...

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SA warned to brace for more heat, very little rain

SA warned to brace for more heat, very little rain

JOHANNESBURG – As South Africa continues to battle its worst drought in decades, a new study warns the record-breaking string of hot years since the year 2000 is almost certainly a sign of man-made global warming. The study, which was ...

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She chose to leave the party – Mmusi on Mazibuko

She chose to leave the party – Mmusi on Mazibuko

Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane on Sunday brushed off comments about internal racial politics in the party made by its former parliamentary leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko. “She is speaking in her own capacity,” said Maimane. He said while there were “lots ...

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Zuma Nene decision questioned by global CEOs at Davos

Zuma Nene decision questioned by global CEOs at Davos

Global chief executives and chairs of multinational corporations raised the issue of the change of finance ministers with President Jacob Zuma at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The Presidency said there was a call for predictability in the ...

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