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Bosasa's Angelo Agrizzi's shocking evidence at state capture commission

Bosasa's Angelo Agrizzi's shocking evidence at state capture commission

Agrizzi has revealed evidence which implicates former SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni in state capture.

Was the DRC election result rigged? Fayulu seems to think so, he could be right

Was the DRC election result rigged? Fayulu seems to think so, he could be right

East Africa Correspondent for Financial Times Tom Wilson says information they received suggest that Fayulu should be the winner.

Accept allocated space or risk losing it - Gauteng Edu Dept

Accept allocated space or risk losing it - Gauteng Edu Dept

Parents who have not yet accepted spaces allocated by the Education Department have until Friday to do so or they will forfeit it.

Chamisa's spokesperson describes tense situation in Zim as 6 civilians killed

Chamisa's spokesperson describes tense situation in Zim as 6 civilians killed

Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has been calling for President Emmerson Mnangagwa to return home to resolve the situation.

W Cape Ed: No-fee schools prohibited from charging fees or demanding donations

W Cape Ed: No-fee schools prohibited from charging fees or demanding donations

WC Education Dept spokesperson Jessica Shelver says schools should not be forcing parents to pay if it's a no-fee school.

SA's maize supply not at crisis point - economist

SA's maize supply not at crisis point - economist

Agricultural Business Chamber economist says although best maize producing areas are affected by dry weather it is not critical.

[LISTEN] The cities are in total shutdown - Zimbabwean journalist

[LISTEN] The cities are in total shutdown - Zimbabwean journalist

Zimbabweans are protesting against petrol price hike in the country's two major cities of Bulawayo and Harare.

Nersa public hearings begin today, Eskom wants public to pay 15% more

Nersa public hearings begin today, Eskom wants public to pay 15% more

Outa's Wayne Duvenage says the increase proposed by Eskom is unacceptable.

N West teacher who snapped photo suspended, class teacher under investigation

N West teacher who snapped photo suspended, class teacher under investigation

EWN reporter Thando Kubheka says teacher involved in the separation of kids hasn't been suspended but is under investigation.