Mamelodi Marchers Accuse Foreigners of Destroying Local Business

[News24Wire] A memorandum that Mamelodi residents handed to the Department of Home Affairs in Pretoria on Friday strongly criticised how they perceived foreign nationals to be conducting themselves in SA.

[News24Wire] A memorandum that Mamelodi residents handed to the Department of Home Affairs in Pretoria on Friday strongly criticised how they perceived foreign nationals to be conducting themselves in SA.

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Phahlane – Situation in Pretoria and Surrounds Under Control

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The unrest seen on the streets of Pretoria and its surrounding townships has been brought under control, with over 100 people being arrested, Acting Police Commissioner Lieutenant General Khomotso Phahlane said on Friday.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The unrest seen on the streets of Pretoria and its surrounding townships has been brought under control, with over 100 people being arrested, Acting Police Commissioner Lieutenant General Khomotso Phahlane said on Friday.

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Anti-Immigration March Is ‘March of Hatred’ – Nelson Mandela Foundation

[News24Wire] The Nelson Mandela Foundation strongly condemned attacks on foreign nationals during an anti-immigration march in Pretoria West on Friday, calling it a “march of hatred”.

[News24Wire] The Nelson Mandela Foundation strongly condemned attacks on foreign nationals during an anti-immigration march in Pretoria West on Friday, calling it a "march of hatred".

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Dream Come True for Blind Radio Presenter

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -It was a dream come true for Siyabonga Molotshwa, a visually impaired community radio presenter from KwaZulu-Natal, who received a portable talking computer for the blind.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -It was a dream come true for Siyabonga Molotshwa, a visually impaired community radio presenter from KwaZulu-Natal, who received a portable talking computer for the blind.

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President Zuma Speaks On Pretoria Unrest

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -President Jacob Zuma has once again called for restraint and calm as what was initially meant to be a protest against crime was marred by violence, looting and destruction of property.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -President Jacob Zuma has once again called for restraint and calm as what was initially meant to be a protest against crime was marred by violence, looting and destruction of property.

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DA Lays Criminal Charges for Government-Aided Al-Bashir Escape

[DA] Note to Editors: The following remarks were made by DA Leader, Mmusi Maimane, outside the Cape Town Central Police Station today. The Leader laid criminal charges against several members of Cabinet, the SAPS, Hawks, the NPA and senior government o…

[DA] Note to Editors: The following remarks were made by DA Leader, Mmusi Maimane, outside the Cape Town Central Police Station today. The Leader laid criminal charges against several members of Cabinet, the SAPS, Hawks, the NPA and senior government officials for their unconstitutional actions in allowing warlord, Omar al-Bashir, to flee the country.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Special Economic Zones in Limpopo to Bring in Billions

[SAnews.gov.za] Musina -Makhado and Tubatse in Limpopo are to be declared Special Economic Zones that will bring in R44 billion in investments to the province and create 22 800 direct jobs.

[SAnews.gov.za] Musina -Makhado and Tubatse in Limpopo are to be declared Special Economic Zones that will bring in R44 billion in investments to the province and create 22 800 direct jobs.

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DA Condemns Xenophobic Violence, Calls for Calm

[DA] The Democratic Alliance strongly condemns the recent surge in xenophobic violence in Gauteng. Xenophobic violence has no place in our democratic society and the DA reiterates our call for calm.

[DA] The Democratic Alliance strongly condemns the recent surge in xenophobic violence in Gauteng. Xenophobic violence has no place in our democratic society and the DA reiterates our call for calm.

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