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Rhodes University to ask police to look into Khensani Maseko rape claim

Rhodes University to ask police to look into Khensani Maseko rape claim

Rhodes University spokesperson Luzuko Jacobs talks about measures they are putting in place to curb rape culture at the university.

People using fake qualifications to be named and shamed in government's register

People using fake qualifications to be named and shamed in government's register

Soon the National Qualifications Framework Bill will be amended to expose people using fraudulent qualifications to get jobs.

ANC's handling of the land issue will penalise them in 2019 elections - analyst

ANC's handling of the land issue will penalise them in 2019 elections - analyst

Political analyst Ralph Mathekga says the way the ANC has handled the land issue is worrying.

Understanding The Ingonyama Trust: Power and Land in rural South Africa

Understanding The Ingonyama Trust: Power and Land in rural South Africa

Dr Aninka Claassens explains exactly what is happening with the Ingonyama Trust.

Drakensberg Boys choir are champions at World Choir Games in scenic pop category

Drakensberg Boys choir are champions at World Choir Games in scenic pop category

Artistic Director at the Drakensberg Boys Choir School Bernard Krüger says winning their category was quite an achievement.

'Kevin is at a career high of No.5 in the world ATP rankings'

'Kevin is at a career high of No.5 in the world ATP rankings'

SA Tennis CEO Richard Glover says its very proud of both Kevin Anderson, Raven Klaasen and KG Montjane at Wimbledon this year.

6 miners killed in Limpopo copper mine

6 miners killed in Limpopo copper mine

Amcu calls for Mining Health and Safety Act to be amended amidst more deaths hitting the sector.

[LISTEN] Chinese influence in Beira significant - Lee Kasumba

[LISTEN] Chinese influence in Beira significant - Lee Kasumba

Lee Kasumba touches down in Beira Mozambique on her #AfricaConnected journey and she is shocked that tea costs more than a beer.

Ramaphosa pro-unity even if he is called weak by detractors

Ramaphosa pro-unity even if he is called weak by detractors

EWN reporter Qaanitah Hunter says the President faces a dichotomy between building international strength and local detractors.