Security Guards Assaulted With Rifles in Botched Cash-in-Transit Heist

[News24Wire] Two security guards were seriously injured in a botched cash-in-transit heist on the N4, between Nelspruit and Matsulu, in Mpumalanga on Friday morning.

[News24Wire] Two security guards were seriously injured in a botched cash-in-transit heist on the N4, between Nelspruit and Matsulu, in Mpumalanga on Friday morning.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

President Jacob Zuma Arrives in Botswana for the 4th Session of SA-Botswana Bi-National Commission

[Govt of SA] President Jacob Zuma has this evening arrived in Botswana to participate in and co-chair the 4th Session of the South Africa- Botswana Bi-National Commission (BNC).

[Govt of SA] President Jacob Zuma has this evening arrived in Botswana to participate in and co-chair the 4th Session of the South Africa- Botswana Bi-National Commission (BNC).

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Minister Edna Molewa – Launch of Africa Alliance On Circular Economy On the Side-Lines of Cop23

[Govt of SA] Speech by Minister of Environmental Affairs at the launch of the Africa Alliance on Circular Economy on the side-lines of COP23 in Bonn, Germany

[Govt of SA] Speech by Minister of Environmental Affairs at the launch of the Africa Alliance on Circular Economy on the side-lines of COP23 in Bonn, Germany

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Zuma Acts Without Fear of Consequence

[Democracy Works] In the past two weeks, we have heard Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba explain that we are choking in debt but that somehow social programmes will not suffer in future. He told us that as long as the economy is growing we should not be t…

[Democracy Works] In the past two weeks, we have heard Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba explain that we are choking in debt but that somehow social programmes will not suffer in future. He told us that as long as the economy is growing we should not be too concerned about gross national debt at 60%.

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Victory for Community Organisations in Mining Charter Battle

[GroundUp] On 14 November 2017, the Pretoria High Court ruled that several mining community organisations may intervene in the Chamber of Mines’ application to review the Mining Charter of 2017. This is a small but significant victory for mining affect…

[GroundUp] On 14 November 2017, the Pretoria High Court ruled that several mining community organisations may intervene in the Chamber of Mines' application to review the Mining Charter of 2017. This is a small but significant victory for mining affected communities who argue that they have been largely excluded from discussions on the transformation of the mining sector. The decision comes only a few weeks before the recently published Mining Charter will come under the spotlight in court proceedings on 13 and 14 De

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Afriforum’s Private Prosecution Plan Under Way With Jiba in Sights

[Daily Maverick] When AfriForum announced that it was setting up a private prosecutions unit to take on cases that the state declined to prosecute, there was much scepticism. There still is – but there’s no doubt that the group is really going for it. …

[Daily Maverick] When AfriForum announced that it was setting up a private prosecutions unit to take on cases that the state declined to prosecute, there was much scepticism. There still is - but there's no doubt that the group is really going for it. On Thursday, AfriForum revealed that the latest target in its sights is former acting NPA head Nomgcobo Jiba, less than a month after stating that President Zuma's son Duduzane is being pursued. Whether these attempts are successful or not, the fact that it's come to this is

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