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Added: 20 Aug 2010


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Added: 28 Jul 2008

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Racial tension ignites
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Racial tension ignites

‘SA nukes project 10 years late’ [P]
Added: 27 Nov 2014
THE nuclear project is not an unnecessary expense that will drain the country’s finances for years to come, leaders of the project said yesterday.
In fact, the project is about ...

Last-minute fightback against United sees Birds climb to safer zone [P]
Added: 27 Nov 2014
SIYABONGA Nomvethe struck twice in the final nine minutes to help struggling Moroka Swallows snatch a late 2-1 Premiership victory over Maritzburg United at the Harry Gwala Stadium in Pietermaritzburg last night...

Kids swapped at birth shouldn’t be returned, says expert
Added: 27 Nov 2014
JOHANNESBURG —Two toddlers accidentally swapped on the day they were born should stay with the ­families who raised them and not be ­returned to their biological parents, a court-appointed expert said yesterday.
The two children, a boy and a girl who ...

Education Dept faces contempt charge [P]
Added: 27 Nov 2014
DESPITE being ordered to reinstate a school principal, the provincial Education ­Department has taken no action and may now face a contempt of court charge.
Newcastle resident Maquinga ...

Fashion designer Tlale apologises for ‘betrayal’ [P]
Added: 27 Nov 2014
FLAMBOYANT fashion designer ­David Tlale has apologised to Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba’s new wife, Nomachule, for allegedly ­“betraying” her after she spotted an almost ...

Dolphins fall short again in Ram Slam
Added: 27 Nov 2014
QAASIM Adams struck a controlled half-century to lead the Titans to a 19-run win over the Dolphins in their Ram Slam T20 Challenge match at Willowmoore Park in Benoni ­yesterday...

UKZN keeping academics in the dark [P]
Added: 27 Nov 2014
WITH the academic semester at the University of KwaZulu-Natal ending tomorrow, academics in the language departments facing closure are none the wiser.
A source at the university ....



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