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This day in history: Love legislated

An amendment to the prohibition of mixed marriages bill is adopted in 1968 and extends the ban on mixed race marriages, preventing white and coloured people from marrying.

Trump blasts 'FAKE NEWS' media over Sweden reports

United States President Donald Trump said there was no justification for the problems he believes are plaguing Sweden, following the large scale immigration to that country.

The sad state of City dams

City dams are looking sadder and sadder as water levels continue to drop as a result of the drought that has the province in its grip.

French anti-terror raids net three

Anti-terrorism raids carried out across France on Tuesday resulted in three arrests.

Government anxious about Pretoria's illegal immigration protest

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has begged protestors to behave responsibly on Friday, when they express their discontent with illegal immigrants in South Africa.

Tumisho Masha calls for Africa to unite against Xenophobia

South African actor Tumisho Masha has called for the whole Africa to take a stand against Xenophobia.

Gambians celebrate new president's inauguration

Gambians celebrated the inauguration of their new president, Adama Barrow, by turning out en masse to watch the ceremony live at the Independence Stadium in Banjul.

Mugabe believes he's the only one for the job

Robert Mugabe still believes that he is the only suitable candidate to rule Zimbabwe. He spoke during an interview in the build-up to celebrations for his 93rd birthday on February 21.

Molefe swearing in a victory for Guptas

Shadow Minister for Finance David Maynier said the swearing in of Brian Molefe as a Member of Parliament on Thursday, presented a clear danger to the institutional independence of the National Treasury.

Truck driver shot in the head during Joburg hijacking

A truck driver and security escourt officer are both in critical condition, after they were caught in the middle of a shootout with hijackers on the N1 North in Johannesburg on Thursday.

Motsoaledi suggests national surveillance system

Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said on Thursday that a national surveillance system will help prevent a repeat of the Esidimeni tragedy.
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