Justice Minister has confirmed that South Africa is leaving the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Afternoon Drive with Xolani Gwala
Xolani Gwala gets to the bottom of the day’s top stories, both local and international, on his pacey Afternoon Drive show.
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He has worked as a reporter, news anchor, producer, and presenter dealing with hard-hitting issues and uses his knowledge to streamline the discussion.
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Cas Coovadia says students must sit down with management and seek solutions.
The Tshwane University Technology student run over by a vehicle during Fees Must Fall march in Pretoria, died on Thursday night.
National Treasury has released a statement saying it has no intention of conducting the case in the court of public opinion.
UCT has postponed courses that require practicals until next year to ensure that it produces credible and qualified graduates.
Former SRC President Shaeera Kalla and five other students were injured during a confrontation with the police outside the Great Hall at Wits University.
Hammanskraal residents have been complaining about contaminated faeces-ridden water and children becoming ill.
Many remember the doc who demystified medicine with his simple messages like 'I tell people not to smoke grass, but to eat grass'.
Last month the ConCourt ruled that Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko’s decision to suspend Ipid head Robert McBride was unlawful.