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SARS leaks test Gordhan’s authority

SARS leaks test Gordhan’s authority

THE battle lines between South African Revenue Service (SARS) commissioner Tom Moyane and Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan have been drawn starkly with the continued leaking of internal SARS documents to the media contributing to the tension between them. The conflict ...

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What matric results reveal about SA’s school system

What matric results reveal about SA’s school system

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga announced on January 5 that 70.7% of the country’s matrics – learners who wrote their final grade 12 exams in 2015 – passed. Some can now apply for hotly contested university places; others will choose ...

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South Africa begins digital migration

South Africa begins digital migration

CAPE TOWN – South Africa rolled out the first batch of government-subsidised set-top boxes (STBs) in the Northern Cape on Thursday as part of a move from analogue to digital broadcasting. Communications Minister Faith Muthambi was on hand to oversee ...

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Education ‘rotten from bottom to top’

Education ‘rotten from bottom to top’

Durban – An explosive preliminary report on the alleged selling of jobs for teachers and principals reveals corruption and cronyism all the way from classrooms to senior education department offices. The report, which is the work of a ministerial task ...

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Business in plot against Zuma, says Lindiwe Zulu

Business in plot against Zuma, says Lindiwe Zulu

JOHANNESBURG – Senior African National Congress (ANC) leader Lindiwe Zulu says she believes that corporate South Africa does not communicate effectively with the state and ruling party. But she denies accusing big business of plotting to topple President Jacob Zuma. ...

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Government to fund R4.5 billion NSFAS shortfall: Zuma

Government to fund R4.5 billion NSFAS shortfall: Zuma

In an effort to avoid more student protests in 2016, government will make more than R4.5 billion available to the NSFAS to provide short-term debt relief to students, the Presidency said. According to a report compiled by a task team ...

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Pad a girl before exams(BYI, MCRS, NCG)

Pad a girl before exams(BYI, MCRS, NCG)

Massage by Miss Bee: Bonolo Mashilo Working together with MCRS and other stakeholders….Facebook Massage Yesterday: I was sent by my Bantwane Youth Initiative family to give a few words of encouragement at a local high school’s matric farewell. After a ...

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Water crisis just got expensive.

Water crisis just got expensive.

South Africa will need R570-billion for investment in the water value chain in the next 10 years, says the department of environmental affairs. Over R570-billion will be needed for investment across South Africa’s water value chain, in the coming 10 ...

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TUT exams ‘postponed indefinitely’

TUT exams ‘postponed indefinitely’

All examinations at the Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Soshanguve North and South campuses have been postponed indefinitely, the university said on its website on Sunday. The university added that “a further announcement” will be made on Monday and that ...

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