Daily Archives: September 12, 2018

Additional suspects in court for vehicle licensing scam

Western Cape - Godfrey Malungu (28), and Chadrick Farao (34), have appeared at the Vredenburg Magistrate's Court yesterday, on charges of fraud and Corruption related to vehicles licencing scam on.

The pair were

Lindelani Ladies fast catching up on Durban Ladies

With just 10 games remaining in the KwaZulu-Natal Sasol League, it is fast becoming a two-way horse race between log leaders, Durban Ladies and Lindelani Ladies.

The log leaders top the standings with

Multi-pronged approach to tackle GBV

The fight against gender-based violence (GBV) requires a multi-pronged approach to ensure that women don't find themselves with no other choice but to stay in abusive relationships.

Deputy President David Mabuza said this

Multi-pronged approach to tackle GBV

The fight against gender-based violence (GBV) requires a multi-pronged approach to ensure that women don't find themselves with no other choice but to stay in abusive relationships.

Deputy President David Mabuza said this

R100 000 bail for fraud and corruption accussed

Western Cape - Alfred Bere (36), appeared on Wednesday at the Cape Town Regional Court on charges of fraud and corruption to the total value exceeding R25 million.

Bere, attached to the Centre

Higher Education Committee Notes NSFAS’ Progress, but Appealed ...

Parliament´┐Ż The Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training has noted the positive movement on disbursement of funds to student by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS).

The Chairperson of the committee

Memorial service for three fire fighters

The three firefighters who lost their lives in the fire at the Gauteng Health Department building in Johannesburg, will be honoured with a memorial service, this morning.

Simphiwe Moropane (28), Mduduzi Ndlovu (40)

SOUTH AFRICA’S BAOBAB TREES DYING OUT

MANKWENG, SOUTH AFRICA-- A bio prospector specialising in the Baobab tree at the University of Limpopo's Agro Food Technology unit, Patric Daswa, says Baobab trees in South Africa which can survive for