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DTI takes SEZ investment roadshow to China

The Department of Trade and Industry will send a delegation to China aimed at encouraging investment in the South African Special Economic Zones (SEZs).

Man arrested for Uitsig triple murder

A 22-year-old man has been arrested in connection with three murders in Uitsig, Cape Town.

ANC Free State elects new leadership amid controversy

The African National Congress in the Free State held its elective conference over the weekend, but the new leadership has been appointed amidst controversy.

Murder-accused Henri van Breda to hear his fate

Murder-accused Henri van Breda is expected to appear in the Western Cape High Court on Monday.

Students take NSFAS payment delay frustrations out on Maluti TVET campus, cause millions in damage

Frustrated students at the Maluti TVET college in Bethlehem caused millions of rands in damage when they set fire to the Central Office and some vehicles at the main campus on Friday.

One dead, five injured after bakkie and car collide head-on

One person has died and five others were injured in a head-on collision in Gauteng.

Body found at Cape Town railway station

The body of a man was found at Pinelands railway station in Cape Town.

Santa Fe Shooting: NRA digs in its heels, protects Second Amendment

President of the NRA, Oliver North, is digging in his heels after ten people were killed in a Texas school shooting this week.

Four teenagers killed in violent crash, driver survives

Four Boston teenagers have been killed, after the car they were travelling in was ripped to pieces in a violent crash this weekend.

DA: Ramaphosa just a continuation of Zuma-era

Shadow Minister for Public Administration, Desiree van der Walt, said President Cyril Ramaphosa represented a continuation of the Jacob Zuma era.

Gigi Hadid: Greed at the heart of Gaza problems

American model Gigi Hadid came under fire on social media this week, after she spoke out on the violence that has plagued the Gaza strip this year.
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