South Africa’s first open weed dispensary.
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South Africa’s first open weed dispensary.

South Africa’s first open weed dispensary.
Johan and Mirishin are a couple who have been distributing medical marijuana for the last three years. Step into their consultation room and see just how this herb may change South Africa’s medical scene.
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Caught on Camera: Man fights vehicle in road rage incident
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Caught on Camera: Man fights vehicle in road rage incident

Caught on Camera: Man fights vehicle in road rage incident
Man kicks and punches vehicle in road rage incident.
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Executed Solomon Mahlangu hailed as an inspiration
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Executed Solomon Mahlangu hailed as an inspiration

Executed Solomon Mahlangu hailed as an inspiration
Mahlangu was one of many who was hung in 1979 by the apartheid regime, for his involvement with the ANC Military Wing uMkhonto weSizwe. Deputy President David Mabuza along with Mahlangu’s family and invited guests re-enacted his last moments as they climbed the 52 Steps to the reconstructed gallows at Kgosi Mampuru 11 Correctional Facility formerly know as Pretoria’s Central Prison.
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Cape Town serial killer handed four life sentences
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Cape Town serial killer handed four life sentences

Cape Town serial killer handed four life sentences
The 20-year-old was on Thursday handed four life sentences plus an additional 71 years. He was convicted of five murders, attempted murders, rape and assault.
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Princess Charlene talks about her love for Africa
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Princess Charlene talks about her love for Africa

Princess Charlene talks about her love for Africa
Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco chatted to EWN journalist Jean Smyth about her children, His Serene Highness The Hereditary Prince of Monaco, and Her Serene Highness Gabriella; the Laureus Sports Awards; her love for Africa; as well as her sports foundation.
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Lily Mine rescue plan hinges on new escape route
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Lily Mine rescue plan hinges on new escape route

Lily Mine rescue plan hinges on new escape route
The mineworkers rescue operation at the Lily Mine outside Barberton is approaching three weeks with more resources being brought into the fold. A new escape route is being drilled 800m from the original mine entrance to ensure the safety of the rescue teams as they try locate three miners trapped in a container.
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Protesting in Cape Town South Africa!
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Protesting in Cape Town South Africa!

Protesting in Cape Town South Africa!
PROTESTS closed a section of the N2 in both directions near Cape Town International Airport.
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South African EFF leader  Julius Malema appears to fire assault rifle during the party's after party rally.
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South African EFF leader Julius Malema appears to fire assault rifle during the party's after party rally.

South African EFF leader Julius Malema appears to fire assault rifle during the party's after party rally.
Footage has emerged showing EFF leader Julius Malema firing what appears to be an assault rifle during an EFF after party rally at the weekend. The political party celebrated its 5th anniversary at the Sisa Dukashe stadium in Mdantsane in the Eastern Cape on Saturday. The video shows the EFF leadership on stage, in the evening, singing. During the song Malema goes to the side of the stage and fires off several rounds from the gun. He then hands it over to a man, who quickly ducks out of the camera's shot, before giving a high five to EFF chairperson Advocate Dali Mpofu. Malema and other EFF party leadership could not be immediately reached for comment on Tuesday night. According to the Firearms Control Act, it is offence to discharge a firearm, an antique firearm or an airgun in a built up area or any public place, without good reason to do so.
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Nelson Mandela statue unveiled.
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Nelson Mandela statue unveiled.

Nelson Mandela statue unveiled.
Nelson Mandela statue unveiled in Cape Town where he made his first speech after being released from jail.
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ANC official arrested in cash-in-transit heist
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ANC official arrested in cash-in-transit heist

ANC official arrested in cash-in-transit heist
The ANC employee arrested in connection with a cash-in-transit heist in Soweto is believed to be involved in two other similar robberies in the North West.
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Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters crowned Miss South Africa 2017
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Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters crowned Miss South Africa 2017

Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters crowned Miss South Africa 2017
Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, 21, was crowned Miss South Africa 2017 at a ceremony held at Sun City. Runners-up are Ad? van Heerden from the Western Cape (1st Princess) and Boipelo Mabe from Alexandra in Gauteng (2nd Princess).
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Cash in transit heist in Boksburg
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Cash in transit heist in Boksburg

Cash in transit heist in Boksburg
Four suspects have been arrested following a cash heist in Boksburg, South Africa on the East Rand. It’s understood a group of armed men targeted two cash vans and stole an undisclosed amount of money. A chase ensued which ended up in a shoot-out at the George Gogh Hostel between police and the suspects. Police are still searching for more suspects.
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1 killed in Randburg cash-in-transit heist
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1 killed in Randburg cash-in-transit heist

1 killed in Randburg cash-in-transit heist
[WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT] 1 suspect was killed while others fled with an undisclosed amount of cash after a cash-in-transit heist in Randburg. Video of shooting supplied.
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South African Coligny protests: Calm restored but for how long
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South African Coligny protests: Calm restored but for how long

South African Coligny protests: Calm restored but for how long
Leaders have managed to calm the protesting community of Coligny following lengthy negotiations but tensions still running high.
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Police arrest 4 in South Africa, Grayston shootout
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Police arrest 4 in South Africa, Grayston shootout

Police arrest 4 in South Africa, Grayston shootout
Police make 4 arrests after a shootout with armed hijackers on Grayston Drive in Sandton.
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In Parkwood, South Africa evictions turn violent
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In Parkwood, South Africa evictions turn violent

In Parkwood, South Africa evictions turn violent
After the anti land invasion unit demolished structures erected on private land, Parkwood residents clashed with police, throwing stones at police and burning tyres.
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University of Pretoria shut down because of stand-off over Afrikaans
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University of Pretoria shut down because of stand-off over Afrikaans

University of Pretoria shut down because of stand-off over Afrikaans
There was a tense stand-off at the University of Pretoria between AfriForum members and students demonstrating against Afrikaans being used as a medium of instruction at the university.
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Exclusive interview with Prof. Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba
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Exclusive interview with Prof. Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba

Exclusive interview with Prof. Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba
Get the whole insight...
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Inside South Africa's Khayelitsha shack theatre: From the streets to the stage
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Inside South Africa's Khayelitsha shack theatre: From the streets to the stage

Inside South Africa's Khayelitsha shack theatre: From the streets to the stage
Step inside South Africa's only shack theatre. Mandisi Sindo a UCT drama graduate, started the Makukhanye Art Room, in 2007, after there were no places dedicated to the arts in Khayelitsha. The shack theatre as it is also know, hosts art, drama and dance classes for the youth in Khayelitsha, keeping them away from drugs and crime.
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Taxi drivers strike in Pretoria and demand Transport Minister be fired
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Taxi drivers strike in Pretoria and demand Transport Minister be fired

Taxi drivers strike in Pretoria and demand Transport Minister be fired
Thousands of taxi drivers affiliated with The National Taxi Alliance marched through the streets of Pretoria as they demanded that Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi be fired.
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Taxi Protest in Hout Bay, South Africa
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Taxi Protest in Hout Bay, South Africa

Taxi Protest in Hout Bay, South Africa
Two taxis blocked the entrance to Imizamo Yethu township in Hout Bay. The protest is concerning a taxi route from Hout bay to Claremont. Traffic services removed the taxis to open the roads.
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Mayhem in Meyerton, South Africa as police and protesters clash violently
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Mayhem in Meyerton, South Africa as police and protesters clash violently

Mayhem in Meyerton, South Africa as police and protesters clash violently
Protesters closed the R59 outside of Meyerton in the Midvaal. Police answered with rubber bullets, tear gas and stun grenades, in a battle that promises to last all night.
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Motsoaledi: World Aids Day is still relevant
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Motsoaledi: World Aids Day is still relevant

Motsoaledi: World Aids Day is still relevant
We talk to Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi about World Aids Day and why it is still relevant.
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Krejcir survives murder attempt
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Krejcir survives murder attempt

Krejcir survives murder attempt
We talk to Czech businessman Radovan Krejcir at the scene where he survived an attempted hit on his life in Bedfordview.
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Harare Zimbabwe  - Zimbabwe Police Beating (ZRP) Arrested Protestors In Custody!
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Harare Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe Police Beating (ZRP) Arrested Protestors In Custody!

Harare Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe Police Beating (ZRP) Arrested Protestors In Custody!
A policeman holds a toddler on his hip. On the floor, a woman wails as the man next to her is beaten on the soles of his feet. This sickening video clip of riot police in Zimbabwe beating people in their custody has gone viral, causing outrage in its wake.
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A summary of Brics summit day 2 speeches
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A summary of Brics summit day 2 speeches

A summary of Brics summit day 2 speeches
Brics leaders are talking about technology and leading the fourth industrial revolution but, protesters think they are not paying enough attention to issues affecting the working class.
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South African Riots - Images The SABC Did Not Want The Public To See!
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South African Riots - Images The SABC Did Not Want The Public To See!

South African Riots - Images The SABC Did Not Want The Public To See!
Pretoria: The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) says its decision not to broadcast footage of protesters destroying public institutions does not amount to self-censorship.
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Zimbabwe's Pastor Evan Mawarire  Released! - Evan Mawarire  Speaks - Zimbabwe Celebrates!
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Zimbabwe's Pastor Evan Mawarire Released! - Evan Mawarire Speaks - Zimbabwe Celebrates!

Zimbabwe's Pastor Evan Mawarire Released! - Evan Mawarire Speaks - Zimbabwe Celebrates!
Pastor Evan Mawarire, has been protesting government mismanagement in Zimbabwe, addressed a jubilant crowd on Wednesday after a court dismissed a legal case of 'subversion' against him.
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Chaos erupts in Zimbabwe as ruling party wins majority of votes.
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Chaos erupts in Zimbabwe as ruling party wins majority of votes.

Chaos erupts in Zimbabwe as ruling party wins majority of votes.
One person was shot dead by the Zimbabwean army in the capital Harare on Wednesday August 1 2018 as soldiers stepped in to disperse protesters who had clashed with police, after the main opposition leader accused the ruling party of trying to rig the country’s election results.
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Truck spills gold on Johannesburg highway
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Truck spills gold on Johannesburg highway

Truck spills gold on Johannesburg highway
There was traffic chaos on the M2 highway in Johannesburg as commuters were seen searching the sides of the highway for gold. Earlier, a truck carrying tiny gold fragments spilt some of its load along the highway, leading to the gold rush among commuters. People could be seen pulling their cars over to join the search in the hope of finding some riches.
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South African police Minister Cele addresses Durban taxi violence.
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South African police Minister Cele addresses Durban taxi violence.

South African police Minister Cele addresses Durban taxi violence.
Police Minister Bheki Cele addressed the shooting at a Durban taxi rank which involved a member of the police force.
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Shootout on South Africa's M1
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Shootout on South Africa's M1

Shootout on South Africa's M1
One suspect was shot and wounded while another escaped on foot in a dramatic car chase on the M1 highway between Pretoria and Houghton.
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Five Minors rescued from drug horror in Eldorado Park, South Africa.
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Five Minors rescued from drug horror in Eldorado Park, South Africa.

Five Minors rescued from drug horror in Eldorado Park, South Africa.
The kids are currently under social services supervision for monitoring.
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Police probe the deadly KwaZulu Natal taxi shooting.
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Police probe the deadly KwaZulu Natal taxi shooting.

Police probe the deadly KwaZulu Natal taxi shooting.
South African police spokesman Jay Naicker said detectives are combing the scene after 11 people were shot dead in an apparent ambush in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands.
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Three die in Zimbabwe amid violent clash over ruling party election victory.
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Three die in Zimbabwe amid violent clash over ruling party election victory.

Three die in Zimbabwe amid violent clash over ruling party election victory.
In Zimbabwe, at least three people are dead after the military opened fire on opposition rioters in the capital.
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Excitement, Optimism as Zimbabwe Holds Historic Election
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Excitement, Optimism as Zimbabwe Holds Historic Election

Excitement, Optimism as Zimbabwe Holds Historic Election
Zimbabweans voted Monday in a pivotal election that could, many hope, turn around the nation’s shattered economy and tarnished reputation after 38 years of iron-fisted rule under former leader Robert Mugabe. VOA’s Anita Powell brings us this report from Harare.
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Oscar Pistorius - Before the blades.
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Oscar Pistorius - Before the blades.

Oscar Pistorius - Before the blades.
We talk to Oscar Pistorius' former sports teacher from Constansia Kloof Primary School about the child he was.
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A few years ago, 38 employees of a platinum mine in Marikana, South Africa, were killed by the police, breaking up a strike. More than 70 others were wounded.
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A few years ago, 38 employees of a platinum mine in Marikana, South Africa, were killed by the police, breaking up a strike. More than 70 others were wounded.

A few years ago, 38 employees of a platinum mine in Marikana, South Africa, were killed by the police, breaking up a strike. More than 70 others were wounded.
The Commission of Inquiry into the killings said that one issue that ignited the unrest was the lack of adequate accommodation provided by the company's owners, Lonmin, for its 20,000 employees. Years on, little has changed. This report examines Lonmin's failures and fabrications on its legal obligations to provide adequate accommodation and why it still hasn't put its own house in order.
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Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema accused the ANC-led government and Lonmin mine of killing striking miners.
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Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema accused the ANC-led government and Lonmin mine of killing striking miners.

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema accused the ANC-led government and Lonmin mine of killing striking miners.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema accused the ANC-led government and Lonmin mine of killing striking miners on August 16 last year, during the commemoration service on the anniversary of the shooting, held in Marikana on Friday (August 16 2013).
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AfriBusiness on land expropriation public inputs
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AfriBusiness on land expropriation public inputs

AfriBusiness on land expropriation public inputs
South African parliament is taking public inputs land expropriation until the end of May, But AfriSake, isn't happy with this. It says government is trying to turn South Africa into a communist state.
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South African Rapper ProKid passes away
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South African Rapper ProKid passes away

South African Rapper ProKid passes away
Award-winning rapper Linda 'ProKid' Mkhize has died. The 37-year-old hip hop artist suffered a severe seizure.
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South Africa's Appeals Court upholds law against assisted suicide.
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South Africa's Appeals Court upholds law against assisted suicide.

South Africa's Appeals Court upholds law against assisted suicide.
The right to die by means of assisted suicide - or euthanasia - is against the law in South Africa. This is despite a High Court ruling last year, which granted a retired advocate suffering from cancer the right to medically-assisted suicide. But the advocate died just hours before the court order was handed down.
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If you see beautiful land take it, its yours: Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema
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If you see beautiful land take it, its yours: Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema

If you see beautiful land take it, its yours: Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema
If you see beautiful land take it, its yours: Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema
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Thirty-seven million land mines still lie undetected under African soil Millions, lie undetected.
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Thirty-seven million land mines still lie undetected under African soil Millions, lie undetected.

Thirty-seven million land mines still lie undetected under African soil Millions, lie undetected.
Thirty-seven million land mines still lie undetected under African soil. Removing these devices will cost more than an estimated 22 billion US dollars but the real price is incalculable.
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Deadly violence hits Zimbabwe's streets after election.
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Deadly violence hits Zimbabwe's streets after election.

Deadly violence hits Zimbabwe's streets after election.
At least three people have died after protesters clashed with armed troops in the streets of Harare. There is anger over allegations of manipulation in Monday's election, the first since the fall of long-time leader Robert Mugabe.
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South African DJ, Sbu remembers the life of ProKid.
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South African DJ, Sbu remembers the life of ProKid.

South African DJ, Sbu remembers the life of ProKid.
DJ Sbu speaks about the life of award-winning rapper Linda 'ProKid' Mkhize.
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Archbishop Desmond Tutu throws weight behind assisted dying in South Africa.
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Archbishop Desmond Tutu throws weight behind assisted dying in South Africa.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu throws weight behind assisted dying in South Africa.
Euthanasia is a controversial subject, with most countries considering it a criminal act. South Africa's Anglican archbishop emeritus Desmond Tutu on Sunday said he supported assisted dying for the terminally ill.
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No parole for Janusz Walus, who assassinated African National Congress leader Chris Hani in 1993.
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No parole for Janusz Walus, who assassinated African National Congress leader Chris Hani in 1993.

No parole for Janusz Walus, who assassinated African National Congress leader Chris Hani in 1993.
No parole for Janusz Walus, who assassinated African National Congress leader Chris Hani in 1993.
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Elections 2019: They will try and divide us on the basis of race - Mmusi Maimane
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Elections 2019: They will try and divide us on the basis of race - Mmusi Maimane

Elections 2019: They will try and divide us on the basis of race - Mmusi Maimane
Democratic Alliance federal leader Mmusi Maimane says the DA's policy on racial unity is the "clear blue water" that separates it from other political parties in South Africa. Maimane delivered his opening address at the DA's federal congress in Tshwane on Saturday morning.
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Airport heist suspects in court.
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Airport heist suspects in court.

Airport heist suspects in court.
Airport heist suspects in court.
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More arrests made in OR Tambo cash heist.
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More arrests made in OR Tambo cash heist.

More arrests made in OR Tambo cash heist.
More arrests made in OR Tambo cash heist.
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South African court to hear landmark assisted suicide case.
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South African court to hear landmark assisted suicide case.

South African court to hear landmark assisted suicide case.
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A multi million rand Cash heist has stolen at OR Tambo international airport.
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A multi million rand Cash heist has stolen at OR Tambo international airport.

A multi million rand Cash heist has stolen at OR Tambo international airport.
Cash heist at OR Tambo international airport.
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Former South African president's son Duduzane Zuma crash raises problems with Gauteng's 
e-tolls.
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Former South African president's son Duduzane Zuma crash raises problems with Gauteng's e-tolls.

Former South African president's son Duduzane Zuma crash raises problems with Gauteng's e-tolls.
An inquest into whether former president Jacob Zuma’s son is criminally liable in the death of a woman has raised serious questions about Gauteng’s e-tolls. Roads agency Sanral was asked to provide information that could have proved whether Duduzane Zuma was speeding on the night he crashed into a taxi. The data, which relates to the malfunctioning of at least one gantry, is now casting doubt over the accuracy of the entire system and by extension, e-toll bills.
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Three-year-old shot in Westbury last weekend dies
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Three-year-old shot in Westbury last weekend dies

Three-year-old shot in Westbury last weekend dies
Three-year-old Luke Tibbett, who was struck by a bullet in a gang-related shooting in Westbury, Johannesburg last weekend, has died.
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Zulu King on land issue
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Zulu King on land issue

Zulu King on land issue
King Goodwill Zwelithini is taking the fight over land to the government. The Zulu king has called an Imbizo today in Ulundi.
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Eastern Cape land hearings
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Eastern Cape land hearings

Eastern Cape land hearings
Residents are forming long queues outside the Queenstown City Hall in the Eastern Cape to express their views on whether the constitution should be amended to allow for land expropriation without compensation.
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Vele Investments CEO Robert Madzonga responds to allegations of misusing VBS money
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Vele Investments CEO Robert Madzonga responds to allegations of misusing VBS money

Vele Investments CEO Robert Madzonga responds to allegations of misusing VBS money
Vele Investments CEO Robert Madzonga spoke to CNBC Africa's Lubabalo Mashiqana to detail and claim his innocence on allegations of misusing VBS Mutual Bank money.
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Questions about VBS Mutual Bank
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Questions about VBS Mutual Bank

Questions about VBS Mutual Bank
JOHANNESBURG, 12 September 2016 – eNCA reporter Annika Larsen says a number of questions have been raised about VBS Mutual Bank, following its loan agreement with President Jacob Zuma. The bank has granted Zuma a R7,8m loan to pay back the Nkandla money.
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Westbury mother laid to rest
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Westbury mother laid to rest

Westbury mother laid to rest
Heather Peterson is the woman whose death in the crossfire of a shootout in Westbury, sparked protests.
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In full: 
Nelson Chamisa believes election was won by his party
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In full: Nelson Chamisa believes election was won by his party

In full: Nelson Chamisa believes election was won by his party
In his first interview since the Zimbabwe elections, Nelson Chamisa told Sky's John Sparks 'the will of the people' was stolen and that he believes the result was 'rigged'.
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I was tortured: Phumla Williams
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I was tortured: Phumla Williams

I was tortured: Phumla Williams
Acting government spokesperson Phumla Williams says she rescinded her application for early retirement, because she wanted to stand up for the country. She has completed her testimony at the state capture inquiry. She says former Communications Minister, Faith Muthambi tortured her and wanted to take all procurement responsibilities away from her.
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WATCH: #NotInMyName visit Dros over 'nonchalant' response to rape of 7-year-old girl
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WATCH: #NotInMyName visit Dros over 'nonchalant' response to rape of 7-year-old girl

WATCH: #NotInMyName visit Dros over 'nonchalant' response to rape of 7-year-old girl
WATCH: #NotInMyName visit Dros over 'nonchalant' response to rape of 7-year-old girl
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Westbury shooter in custody
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Westbury shooter in custody

Westbury shooter in custody
The man accused of shooting a 3-year-old boy in Westbury, Johannesburg, over the weekend was out on bail for murder at the time of the incident, the NPA has confirmed. 24-year-old Lindray Khakhu appeared in the Sophiatown Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.
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Inside Eldos' drug dens
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Inside Eldos' drug dens

Inside Eldos' drug dens
Twenty drug dens, known as lolly lounges, have been shut down since President Jacob Zuma visited Eldorado Park in southern Johannesburg. Using a hidden camera, eNCA takes a look inside one of these lolly lounges.
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COSAS declaring war on drugs
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COSAS declaring war on drugs

COSAS declaring war on drugs
The Congress of South African Students (COSAS) has declared war against drug dealers in all provinces. They have warned drug dealers who sell drugs to learners to run. COSAS has launched a campaign, "Learn Without Fear". The campaign also focuses on taking the law into their own hands, using sjamboks to beat alleged drug dealers.
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South Africans can legally smoke dagga in their homes.
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South Africans can legally smoke dagga in their homes.

South Africans can legally smoke dagga in their homes.
Iqela Lentsango's fight for the legalisation of marijuana in Cape Town achieves the right to smoke the herb in the comfort of ones home.
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Amendments for land expropriation without compensation?
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Amendments for land expropriation without compensation?

Amendments for land expropriation without compensation?
The joint Constitutional Review Committee will hold a meeting ahead of next week’s public hearings on Section 25 of the Constitution. The parliamentary committee was set up to probe whether South Africa's Constitution should be amended to allow for land expropriation without compensation.
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A look at how Zimbabwe's elections results will be released
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A look at how Zimbabwe's elections results will be released

A look at how Zimbabwe's elections results will be released
Zimbabwe's election results will start being announced at 3pm this afternoon. eNCA's Duduzile Ramela is on the ground in Zimbabwe to unpack how this process will unfold.
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State Prosecutor Gerrie Oscar knew Reeva was behind the door
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State Prosecutor Gerrie Oscar knew Reeva was behind the door

State Prosecutor Gerrie Oscar knew Reeva was behind the door
State Prosecutor Gerrie Nel ended his third day of cross examination saying Oscar Pistorius knew it was Reeva Steenkamp who was behind the door he shot at.
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Advocate Barry Roux shows court Oscar Pistorius' vulnerability.
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Advocate Barry Roux shows court Oscar Pistorius' vulnerability.

Advocate Barry Roux shows court Oscar Pistorius' vulnerability.
Convicted murderer Oscar Pistorius removed his prosthetic legs for a demonstration in the High Court in Pretoria, as his legal team argues in mitigation of sentence. Advocate Barry Roux says even though the former athlete is embarrassed to stand on his stumps, it's important to show the court how vulnerable he was on the day he shot and killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
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Alleged police brutality leads to the death of suspected drug dealer Johannesburg, South Africa.
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Alleged police brutality leads to the death of suspected drug dealer Johannesburg, South Africa.

Alleged police brutality leads to the death of suspected drug dealer Johannesburg, South Africa.
A Nigerian man, living in Kempton Park, suffocated and died after allegedly choking on the drugs he was selling on the streets of the city. Local residents claim it was police brutality that led to his death.
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Zimbabwe Elections: Vote Counting Underway
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Zimbabwe Elections: Vote Counting Underway

Zimbabwe Elections: Vote Counting Underway
Early results from Zimbabwe's elections point to a landslide win for Robert Mugabe. So far, Mugabe's ZANU-PF party has won 142 of the 180 constituencies that have reported. And the party is predicting its biggest election win, since independence 33 years ago.
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Violent Clashes Erupt After Zimbabwe Elections.
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Violent Clashes Erupt After Zimbabwe Elections.

Violent Clashes Erupt After Zimbabwe Elections.
An uneasy silence is settling over Zimbabwe's capital after people fled military and other security forces firing live ammunition to break up opposition protests over Monday's election results. At least one person was killed.
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Solly Mapaila discusses Chris Hani's killer Janusz Walus's parole.
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Solly Mapaila discusses Chris Hani's killer Janusz Walus's parole.

Solly Mapaila discusses Chris Hani's killer Janusz Walus's parole.
Chris Hani's killer Janusz Walus is back in court looking to secure parole. In November, Justice Minister Michael Masutha turned down his application.
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Fuel price hikes grates South Africans.
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Fuel price hikes grates South Africans.

Fuel price hikes grates South Africans.
Motorists in South Africa have been hit with the second increase in petrol prices in less than a month. Over the past year the cost of fuel has gone up 25 percent.
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Kofi Annan's family pay their respects in Kumasi family home
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Kofi Annan's family pay their respects in Kumasi family home

Kofi Annan's family pay their respects in Kumasi family home
As the world mourns the demise of Ghanaian diplomat and Nobel peace prize winner, Busumuru Kofi Annan, Africanews traced his family house in Kumasi to access the mood. It's in this house at Fante new town where the former UN Secretary General was born. Members of his family and some of his close associates are meeting to pay their respects. "He had patience for everyone, from children to adults in everything and he was extremely humble. in fact we have lost a great person who cannot be replaced.
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Bobi Wine meets U.S. congressman, to petition Trump to stop funding Uganda army
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Bobi Wine meets U.S. congressman, to petition Trump to stop funding Uganda army

Bobi Wine meets U.S. congressman, to petition Trump to stop funding Uganda army
Uganda's vocal legislator Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine met a United States congressman, Bradley Sherman on Friday, in his quest to highlight the human rights violations and repressions of freedoms by the Ugandan government. Bobi Wine, who travelled to the United States last week to seek specialised treatment for injuries he suffered during military detention in Uganda, is on a mission to seek justice for the torture of opposition supporters who were caught up in election.
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Al-Shabaab attack Kenyan military base in Somalia
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Al-Shabaab attack Kenyan military base in Somalia

Al-Shabaab attack Kenyan military base in Somalia
Al-Shabaab militants on Friday morning attacked a Kenyan military base in the Somali town of Kulbiyow, an area that is located near Kenya's border with Somalia. The number of casualties has still not been officially confirmed, though the militant group claims to have killed dozens of Kenyan soldiers. In response, the Kenyan military spokesperson indicated that claims from the group were false as the operation was still ongoing.
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Kenyan forces call for reinforcements to fight al-Shabaab
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Kenyan forces call for reinforcements to fight al-Shabaab

Kenyan forces call for reinforcements to fight al-Shabaab
Kenyan forces fighting in Southern Somalia say they need reinforcements. They've helped drive back the militant Al-Shabaab group from several major towns. However the terrorists continue to raid and to recruit.
2 : 05
Unpacking those implicated VBS Mutual Bank 'heist' report
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Unpacking those implicated VBS Mutual Bank 'heist' report

Unpacking those implicated VBS Mutual Bank 'heist' report
eNCA reporter Michael Appel unpacks the VBS Mutual Bank ‘heist’ report.
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VhaVenda king offers to return money to VBS Bank
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VhaVenda king offers to return money to VBS Bank

VhaVenda king offers to return money to VBS Bank
VhaVenda king's offer to return the money he received from VBS Bank.
3 : 07
Civil society protests against false prophets
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Civil society protests against false prophets

Civil society protests against false prophets
Civil society took to the streets of Johannesburg to highlight the plight of victims at the hands of spiritual leaders. They want the so-called FALSE PROPHETS removed from the pulpit. A move supported by the CRL Rights Commission - As truth comes to the fore.
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Nene stopped playing hide and seek and fell on his sword: EFF
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Nene stopped playing hide and seek and fell on his sword: EFF

Nene stopped playing hide and seek and fell on his sword: EFF
The EFF has welcomed Nhlanhla Nene's resignation as Finance Minister. The party has been calling for Nene's axing since he appeared at the state capture inquiry last week. Nene, in his testimony, admitted to meeting the Guptas on several occasions. He will be replaced by former Reserve Bank Governor, Tito Mboweni.
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Bell Pottinger on BBC Newsnight 
- 24 August 2017
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Bell Pottinger on BBC Newsnight - 24 August 2017

Bell Pottinger on BBC Newsnight - 24 August 2017
Bell Pottinger on BBC Newsnight - 24 August 2017
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma roast Mmusi over English 
(Bell Pottinger question)
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma roast Mmusi over English (Bell Pottinger question)

Former South African president Jacob Zuma roast Mmusi over English (Bell Pottinger question)
Watch Zuma roast DA leader Mmusi while dodging a question about Bell Pottinger
6 : 34
SARB report into VBS Mutual Bank
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SARB report into VBS Mutual Bank

SARB report into VBS Mutual Bank
The forensic investigation by the South African Reserve Bank into VBS's affairs has found almost 2-billion rand was lost by the bank, in what's been termed a heist. Forensic investigator Advocate Terry Motau says there is no prospect of saving the bank as it is corrupt and rotten to the core.
8 : 52
Customers withdraw cash from embattled VBS bank
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Customers withdraw cash from embattled VBS bank

Customers withdraw cash from embattled VBS bank
Victims of the VBS scandal call for swift action against those who looted the Limpopo bank.
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Shivambu denies receiving R10 million from VBS Mutual Bank scandal
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Shivambu denies receiving R10 million from VBS Mutual Bank scandal

Shivambu denies receiving R10 million from VBS Mutual Bank scandal
EFF says it is standing behind its deputy president Floyd Shivambu in the VBS Mutual Bank scandal.
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Malema questions Ramaphosa’s knowledge on VBS bank scandal
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Malema questions Ramaphosa’s knowledge on VBS bank scandal

Malema questions Ramaphosa’s knowledge on VBS bank scandal
The Presidency categorically rejects reports that President Cyril Ramaphosa failed to take action on the VBS Bank saga despite being alerted to irregularities back in 2017.
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The fallout from the  VBS Mutual Bank scandal continues in Limpopo
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The fallout from the VBS Mutual Bank scandal continues in Limpopo

The fallout from the VBS Mutual Bank scandal continues in Limpopo
eNCA's Cathy Mohlahlana is now joined by the Former technical director of the municipality.
8 : 46
Amnesty warns of 'horrific' violence in Cameroon's anglophone regions
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Amnesty warns of 'horrific' violence in Cameroon's anglophone regions

Amnesty warns of 'horrific' violence in Cameroon's anglophone regions
Amnesty warns of 'horrific' violence in Cameroon's anglophone regions
11 : 07
The petrol price hike is getting out of control
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The petrol price hike is getting out of control

The petrol price hike is getting out of control
WATCH: “The government that is leading does not care about us, because they know we are unemployed, why must they increase the price of petrol now?” South Africans are made to pay for decades of ANC government corruption. Enough is enough.
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Rhodes University students mourn the death of one of their own, Khensani Maseko.
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Rhodes University students mourn the death of one of their own, Khensani Maseko.

Rhodes University students mourn the death of one of their own, Khensani Maseko.
The tragic death of Rhodes student Khensani Maseko has struck the nation during National Women's month. The suicide of the 23-year-old has sparked outrage and heartache for sexual violence affecting women in South Africa.
1 : 25
Another Cash in transit robbery at Durban mall, South Africa.
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Another Cash in transit robbery at Durban mall, South Africa.

Another Cash in transit robbery at Durban mall, South Africa.
Another Cash in transit robbery at Durban mall, South Africa.
1 : 41
A South African police officer was killed, six suspects were arrested in Hilbrow cash heist.
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A South African police officer was killed, six suspects were arrested in Hilbrow cash heist.

A South African police officer was killed, six suspects were arrested in Hilbrow cash heist.
A South African police officer was killed, six suspects were arrested in Hilbrow cash heist.
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Former South African president's son Duduzane Zuma in court.
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Former South African president's son Duduzane Zuma in court.

Former South African president's son Duduzane Zuma in court.
Metro police will oversee a court-ordered inspection of the Duduzane Zuma crash site on Friday morning. But the prosecution insists it will do everything possible to ensure traffic on the M1 highway near Grayston Drive won’t be disrupted.
2 : 37
Zimbabwe Inauguration: 
Mnangagwa becomes Zimbabwe's president - BBC News.
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Zimbabwe Inauguration: Mnangagwa becomes Zimbabwe's president - BBC News.

Zimbabwe Inauguration: Mnangagwa becomes Zimbabwe's president - BBC News.
Emmerson Mnangagwa sworn in as Zimbabwe's president. Crowds gathered at a 60,000-seat stadium in Harare. It follows the downfall of Robert Mugabe after 37 years in power. The former president did not attend while Mugabe's finance minister has reportedly been beaten up. The army and ruling party intervened forcing Mr Mugabe to quit,events prompted by Mr Mnangagwa's sacking as vice-president.
8 : 41
Three firefighters trapped in burning Joburg building
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Three firefighters trapped in burning Joburg building

Three firefighters trapped in burning Joburg building
eNCA's Silindelo Masikane is there.
8 : 06
Sombre mood in JHB CBD following building blaze deaths
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Sombre mood in JHB CBD following building blaze deaths

Sombre mood in JHB CBD following building blaze deaths
A provincial government building in the Johannesburg CBD was on fire on Wednesday and officials at the scene say three firefighters have died. One of the deceased is believed to have fallen to his death. Efforts to rescue two remaining firefighters trapped inside are ongoing.
12 : 15
Why is Africa building a Great Green Wall?
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Why is Africa building a Great Green Wall?

Why is Africa building a Great Green Wall?
Eleven countries are planting a wall of trees from east to west across Africa, just under the southern edge of the Sahara desert. The goal is to fight the effects of climate change by reversing desertification. A film by Amelia Martyn-Hemphill for BBC World Hacks.
3 : 15
Five suspects arrested in connection with cash-in-transit robbery in Boksburg
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Five suspects arrested in connection with cash-in-transit robbery in Boksburg

Five suspects arrested in connection with cash-in-transit robbery in Boksburg
2 : 33
More information comes to light after fatal KwaZulu Natal taxi shooting.
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More information comes to light after fatal KwaZulu Natal taxi shooting.

More information comes to light after fatal KwaZulu Natal taxi shooting.
We have more information about the passengers who were shot dead on Saturday night in KwaZulu-Natal.
4 : 17
Adama Barrow officially declared winner of Gambia's presidential election
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Adama Barrow officially declared winner of Gambia's presidential election

Adama Barrow officially declared winner of Gambia's presidential election
Gambia's Electoral Commission chief has declared Adama Barrow, the opposition coalition candidate winner of the country's December 1 presidential election. The announcement marks the beginning of the end of over a two-decade rule by Yahya Jammeh who took power in 1994. "Having received 263,515 votes of the total votes cast in the election, I hereby declare Adama Barrow, duly elected to serve as president of the Republic of the Gambia," Election Commission head Alieu Momarr Njai told the president.
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Gerrie Nel 'bull-terrier' Nel grills Pistorius.
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Gerrie Nel 'bull-terrier' Nel grills Pistorius.

Gerrie Nel 'bull-terrier' Nel grills Pistorius.
As Gerrie Nel started to cross examine Pistorius, the world was shocked as Nel unexpectedly showed a picture of Reeva Steenkamp's head injury.
3 : 15
South African Transport minister unveils new fleet metrorail trains
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South African Transport minister unveils new fleet metrorail trains

South African Transport minister unveils new fleet metrorail trains
Metrorail commuters can expect to be ferried in new trains later this year as government unveils new trains as part of R59 billion investment.
2 : 44
Furious Uber drivers invade Cape Town office
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Furious Uber drivers invade Cape Town office

Furious Uber drivers invade Cape Town office
Scores of angry Uber drivers marched to the Cape Town headquarters on Wednesday over the company's plans to implement a price decrease.
3 : 42
Tense situation after Zimbabwe takeover
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Tense situation after Zimbabwe takeover

Tense situation after Zimbabwe takeover
Zimbabwe airport and state TV are under the control of Zimbabwe's military leaders. President Robert Mugabe and his family "safe," an army spokesman says.
3 : 17
EFF demands closure of Israeli embassy
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EFF demands closure of Israeli embassy

EFF demands closure of Israeli embassy
Hundreds of EFF members marched to the Israeli embassy in Pretoria demanding it be closed by the South African government.
4 : 43
Light rail opens in Abuja
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Light rail opens in Abuja

Light rail opens in Abuja
Hundreds of commuters were among the first to travel on a newly launched light railway in Nigeria's capital, Abuja this week The passengers were permitted to ride the light rail system, which connects the international airport with other parts of the city. The first phase which took took 11 years to construct also covers 12 stations, 21 operational offices, 13 bridges, 50 culverts and nine pedestrian overpasses.
2 : 34
Motlanthe used  Kathrada's funeral to quote his letter asking Jacob Zuma resign
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Motlanthe used Kathrada's funeral to quote his letter asking Jacob Zuma resign

Motlanthe used Kathrada's funeral to quote his letter asking Jacob Zuma resign
Former president Kgalema Motlanthe received a standing ovation and loud cheers from many in the crowd as he read out parts of the letter at Ahmed Kathrada's funeral
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Pravin Gordhan: This is why I was fired
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Pravin Gordhan: This is why I was fired

Pravin Gordhan: This is why I was fired
Axed Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has exposed the details which he said resulted in his removal by President Jacob Zuma.
4 : 59
Police blitz gang-ridden Manenberg
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Police blitz gang-ridden Manenberg

Police blitz gang-ridden Manenberg
As tensions between rival gangs in Manenberg and surrounding areas flare up, the City's Stabilisation Unit floods the area and conducts raids throughout the night.
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Fikile Mbalula visits Hanover Park
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Fikile Mbalula visits Hanover Park

Fikile Mbalula visits Hanover Park
After a spate of shootings in the area, South African police minister Fikile Mbalula visited Hanover Park and Manenberg. Residents complained about the recent rise in gang activity, saying they don’t feel safe. Mbalula says the SANDF won’t be stationed in the area but used in operations lead by police officers.
2 : 44
Cleaning Tender creates chaos in Kleinmond, South Africa
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Cleaning Tender creates chaos in Kleinmond, South Africa

Cleaning Tender creates chaos in Kleinmond, South Africa
Relative calm has been restored to the area following disruptive demonstrations by nearly 500 people in Kleinmond on Monday.
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Three mine workers are trapped underground at the Lily Mine
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Three mine workers are trapped underground at the Lily Mine

Three mine workers are trapped underground at the Lily Mine
More than 80 hours later, three mine workers who are trapped underground at the Lily Mine in Mpumalanga are still unaccounted for.
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After Prison: Motebang Masitha's story
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After Prison: Motebang Masitha's story

After Prison: Motebang Masitha's story
Motebang Masitha was sent to Pollsmoor prison when he was 18 and joined the notorious number gangs as a '28'. He tells us how he escaped the vicious cycle of gang life and incarceration through the help of an organisation Young in Prison.
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Family of a victim of a cash-in-transit heist, want perpetrators arrested
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Family of a victim of a cash-in-transit heist, want perpetrators arrested

Family of a victim of a cash-in-transit heist, want perpetrators arrested
The family of a victim of a cash-in-transit heist, says it will find closure ONLY if arrests are made. Northview High School principal, Chris Mathebula was shot and killed by robbers during Friday's brazen robbery. The incident happened along the R21 highway near Olifantsfontein. Mathebula succumbed to his wounds as the robbers randomly shot at vehicles near the cash van For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
2 : 07
Police Minister Bheki Cele speaks to eNCA after visiting Hermanus
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Police Minister Bheki Cele speaks to eNCA after visiting Hermanus

Police Minister Bheki Cele speaks to eNCA after visiting Hermanus
Police Minister Bheki Cele speaks to eNCA's Athi Mtongana following his visit to protest-hit Hermanus in the Western Cape.
10 : 12
South Africa's Hangberg community: Government is making a fool of us.
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South Africa's Hangberg community: Government is making a fool of us.

South Africa's Hangberg community: Government is making a fool of us.
Among their grievances, community members want government officials to explain the proposed fishing quotas, and to provide better services in the area. While protesters hurled rocks at law enforcement officials and set off flares, police used flash grades and rubber bullets to keep the angry protesters away.
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Cash in transit heist on the N4, South Africa
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Cash in transit heist on the N4, South Africa

Cash in transit heist on the N4, South Africa
A motorist filmed an armed robbery and cash in transit heist on the N4 near Akasia.
2 : 40
South Africa's CPUT students clash with police during violent protests
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South Africa's CPUT students clash with police during violent protests

South Africa's CPUT students clash with police during violent protests
Protesting CPUT Students gathered outside the institution's Cape Town campus after four of their leaders were expelled (or suspended) from the university. The group torched a lecture hall and targeted private security during the violent demonstrations. Running battles between students and police continued through the day. Public Order Police used stun grenades and rubber bullets to disperse the crowds.
2 : 40
Hundreds march on Vuwani
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Hundreds march on Vuwani

Hundreds march on Vuwani
Vuwani residents marched to the municipal buildings in the town to hand over a memorandum to the Limpopo MEC of Cooperative Governance.
3 : 13
South Africa's musician Jub Jub guilty of murder
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South Africa's musician Jub Jub guilty of murder

South Africa's musician Jub Jub guilty of murder
Molemo "Jub Jub" Maarohanye and Themba Tshabalala were found guilty of murder and attempted murder in the Protea Magistrate's Court.
2 : 20
South Africa's President Jacob Zuma sleeps while finance minister Pravin Gordhan presents budget Speech!
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South Africa's President Jacob Zuma sleeps while finance minister Pravin Gordhan presents budget Speech!

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma sleeps while finance minister Pravin Gordhan presents budget Speech!
Zuma nodded off and was filmed sleeping at 1 hour and 14 minutes into Gordhan’s speech. Economists and opposition political parties have called on Zuma to step down as leader of the country, due to the financial and social damage he is doing to South Africa.
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Stand-off between Armed Robbers and Police at Nyanga Junction in Cape Town
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Stand-off between Armed Robbers and Police at Nyanga Junction in Cape Town

Stand-off between Armed Robbers and Police at Nyanga Junction in Cape Town
Stand-off between Armed Robbers and Police at Nyanga Junction in Cape Town
3 : 25
As It Happens with Floyd Shivambu.
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As It Happens with Floyd Shivambu.

As It Happens with Floyd Shivambu.
EFF member Floyd Shivambu joins eNCA's Cathy Mohlahlana tonight on As It Happens. Shivambu is facing a major backlash for a verbal attack on one of the country's anti-apartheid activists and Treasury employee for nearly two decades. Some have described his comments about the Reserve Bank's Ismail Momoniat as racist. Courtesy DStv403
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Frank Chikane says the soul of the African National Congress is under attack
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Frank Chikane says the soul of the African National Congress is under attack

Frank Chikane says the soul of the African National Congress is under attack
Frank Chikane released a document that he says he gave to the party’s leaders before the local government elections, outlining his concerns and the possibility of the ANC losing major metros.
4 : 50
Steen Villa residents protest against evictions
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Steen Villa residents protest against evictions

Steen Villa residents protest against evictions
Private security were about to evict 22 families, from their Steen Villa homes. The Social Housing Company, SOHCO, who manage the complex in partnership with the City of Cape Town received a court order to evict tenants who are in arrears with their rent. But residents, mainly backyard dwellers and pensioners say they can’t afford the rent increase by SOHOCO. The eviction was stopped after protesting community members stopped the sheriff of the court from entering the property.
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Ocean View residents clash with police
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Ocean View residents clash with police

Ocean View residents clash with police
The Ocean View community have been protesting following a spate of gang shootings in the area. Residents want to speak to the regional commissioner of police to air their grievances. A third day of peaceful protests however turned violent after police arrested two community members and used a water canon and rubber bullets to disperse community members. The community retaliated by throwing stones at the police.
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Xenophhobic march  turn violent in Pretoria, South Africa
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Xenophhobic march turn violent in Pretoria, South Africa

Xenophhobic march turn violent in Pretoria, South Africa
The Mamelodi concerned residents marched to the Pretoria home affairs protesting against illegal migrants working in South Africa but Pretoria west residents hi-jacked the march, which turned violent with stun grenades and rubber bullets being used.
3 : 29
2016's year of happy news
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2016's year of happy news

2016's year of happy news
Watch as EWN relives some of the happiest news events of 2016.
3 : 54
Lumka Oliphant refuses to speak English on 702
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Lumka Oliphant refuses to speak English on 702

Lumka Oliphant refuses to speak English on 702
1 : 25
Charlize Theron on HIV - The stigma has to stop
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Charlize Theron on HIV - The stigma has to stop

Charlize Theron on HIV - The stigma has to stop
Hollywood star Charlize Theron spoke out in a South African exclusive to talk about the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project (CTAOP), and its involvement in the fight against HIV.
13 : 39
Housing campaigners build shack on Helen Zille's doorstep
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Housing campaigners build shack on Helen Zille's doorstep

Housing campaigners build shack on Helen Zille's doorstep
Residents in the Cape Town suburb of Gardens woke up to the sound of protests songs as housing campaigners demonstrate around the Premier’s Leewenhof Estate. The Housing Assembly - a group fighting for houses to be built in informal settlements & improved service delivery- erected a shack infront of Helen Zille's official residence. The group says it wants to take the “lived experiences of the poor” to the Premier’s doorstep.
2 : 19
The way fake news creators get in your Facebook feed
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The way fake news creators get in your Facebook feed

The way fake news creators get in your Facebook feed
Fakes news creators use Facebook to drive traffic by posting links of their stores in fun groups of their fake profiles, all in the hope of going viral and with every page visit a cent fraction is earned.
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Mass taxi strike leaves Johannesburg Central Business District deadlocked
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Mass taxi strike leaves Johannesburg Central Business District deadlocked

Mass taxi strike leaves Johannesburg Central Business District deadlocked
Taxi drivers from the Nanduwe Association blocked multiple streets in the Johannesburg CBD, protecting over a rival association using its route.
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Dangerous Streets with the 'Nightcrawlers'
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Dangerous Streets with the 'Nightcrawlers'

Dangerous Streets with the 'Nightcrawlers'
We join a tow truck driver two weeks after one of Urban Towing's drivers was shot dead while on duty.
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Police disperse #RhodesMustFall protesters with stun grenades and rubber bullets
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Police disperse #RhodesMustFall protesters with stun grenades and rubber bullets

Police disperse #RhodesMustFall protesters with stun grenades and rubber bullets
Police dispersed protesting students as they blocked the Rondebosch Main Road in Cape Town after protests against a lack of housing by UCT turned violent.
3 : 52
Cape Town Gang Unit hits Hanover Park
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Cape Town Gang Unit hits Hanover Park

Cape Town Gang Unit hits Hanover Park
Since Cape Town's specialised Gang Unit was established, it has already made an impact in gang-ridden areas like Hanover Park.
2 : 04
South African Broadcasting Corporation Censorship
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South African Broadcasting Corporation Censorship

South African Broadcasting Corporation Censorship
SABC defends decision to stop showing scenes of violent protests in a move to discourage destruction of public property.
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Cameroon opposition forms coalition ahead of polls l Al Jazeera English
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Cameroon opposition forms coalition ahead of polls l Al Jazeera English

Cameroon opposition forms coalition ahead of polls l Al Jazeera English
Cameroonians will head to the polls in the coming hours for the country's presidential election. Opposition parties are scrambling to get their supporters out to vote, as they look to unseat incumbent President Paul Biya. Although one of the nine candidates dropped out and urged his supporters to back the opposition party, the Cameroon Resistance Movement, the opposition in Cameroon still seems too divided to defeat Africa's longest-serving president.
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Cameroon's President cancels trip to Anglophone region amid tensions
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Cameroon's President cancels trip to Anglophone region amid tensions

Cameroon's President cancels trip to Anglophone region amid tensions
We start in Cameroon, where President Paul Biya cancelled a campaign visit to the separatist stronghold region of Buya, late on Wednesday night. Tenions in Anglophone regions are escalating ahead of Sunday's elections. The cancellation of the rally means that no presidential candidate will visit the conflict-ridden English-speaking regions of Cameroon to solicit for votes before the polls. CGTN's Saddique Shaban reports from Yaounde.
9 : 59
Steinhoff Accounting Scandal: South Africa's Financial Services Board institutes independent probe
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Steinhoff Accounting Scandal: South Africa's Financial Services Board institutes independent probe

Steinhoff Accounting Scandal: South Africa's Financial Services Board institutes independent probe
South Africa's Financial Services Board has instituted an independent investigation into financial irregularities at Steinhoff International. The investigation in terms of the Financial Services Act, is over and above the current investigation by the Johannesburg stock exchange. The company has lost more than 12 billion dollars in market value since a scandal on accounting irregularities emerged on Wednesday. On Friday, the stock dropped 50 percent before making a slight recovery.
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SARS Inquiry
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SARS Inquiry

SARS Inquiry
Staff members at the South African Revenue Service are afraid to testify at the Nugent Commission of Inquiry,out fear of victimisation and loss of their jobs.
2 : 12
Trump jumps into South Africa land debate, government hits back.
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Trump jumps into South Africa land debate, government hits back.

Trump jumps into South Africa land debate, government hits back.
Trump jumps into South Africa land debate, govt hits back
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Malema asks Ramaphosa on land expropriation without compensation
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Malema asks Ramaphosa on land expropriation without compensation

Malema asks Ramaphosa on land expropriation without compensation
EFF leader Julius Ramaphosa asks President Cyril Ramaphosa if land closer to the suburbs will be expropriated.
8 : 34
UPDATE: Service suspended at Omotoso’s PE Church
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UPDATE: Service suspended at Omotoso’s PE Church

UPDATE: Service suspended at Omotoso’s PE Church
Tensions are high outside Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso's Jesus Dominion International church in Port Elizabeth.
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South African Protests - Images The SABC Did Not Want You To See!
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South African Protests - Images The SABC Did Not Want You To See!

South African Protests - Images The SABC Did Not Want You To See!
The public broadcaster says airing footage of protesters destroying infrastructure given to them by government encourages other communities to do the same. SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago says although some people will view this move as self-censorship, the public broadcaster believes it has made the right decision.
2 : 30
Zimbabwe election results: Zanu PF in early lead.
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Zimbabwe election results: Zanu PF in early lead.

Zimbabwe election results: Zanu PF in early lead.
Zimbabwe’s ruling Zanu PF party has taken the lead in crucial elections held on Monday amidst allegations of manipulation in the votes.
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Rhodes University march for Khensani Maseko
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Rhodes University march for Khensani Maseko

Rhodes University march for Khensani Maseko
Students and management at Rhodes University are marching to Settlers Monument on the campus today. This is to honour Khensani Maseko. It's believed she committed suicide on Friday after battling with depression. The third-year B-A student had reported that she was raped in May.
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Corruption a hurdle to land redistribution: Former South African president Kgalema Motlanthe.
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Corruption a hurdle to land redistribution: Former South African president Kgalema Motlanthe.

Corruption a hurdle to land redistribution: Former South African president Kgalema Motlanthe.
Corruption a hurdle to land redistribution: Former South African president Kgalema Motlanthe.
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AfricaTonight: Zimbabwe President Mnangagwa stands firm on land issue.
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AfricaTonight: Zimbabwe President Mnangagwa stands firm on land issue.

AfricaTonight: Zimbabwe President Mnangagwa stands firm on land issue.
AfricaTonight: Zimbabwe President Mnangagwa stands firm on land issue.
9 : 31
Andrew Mlangeni on assisted death.
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Andrew Mlangeni on assisted death.

Andrew Mlangeni on assisted death.
Checkpoint has in depth interview with struggle icon Andrew Mlangeni, who was on trial with Nelson Mandela in the Rivonia Trial about the state of post-apartheid South Africa.
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Zimbabwe elections: Protesters clash with police in Harare.
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Zimbabwe elections: Protesters clash with police in Harare.

Zimbabwe elections: Protesters clash with police in Harare.
Zimbabwe elections: Protesters clash with police in Harare.
2 : 24
South African Rapper Blaklez says he is deeply indebted to the late ProKid.
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South African Rapper Blaklez says he is deeply indebted to the late ProKid.

South African Rapper Blaklez says he is deeply indebted to the late ProKid.
Rapper Blaklez worked closely with ProKid and joins us on Morning News Today. Courtesy DStv403
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Chris Hani’s assassin, Janusz Waluś, to walk free.
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Chris Hani’s assassin, Janusz Waluś, to walk free.

Chris Hani’s assassin, Janusz Waluś, to walk free.
Janusz Walu? release from prison is scheduled just weeks before the twenty third anniversary of SACP leader, Chris Hani’s assassination. The North Gauteng High Court on Thursday granted him parole, leaving Hani’s widow, Limpho and political parties, including the ANC, outraged.
2 : 50
Gordhan puts Eskom boss Molefe on the spot
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Gordhan puts Eskom boss Molefe on the spot

Gordhan puts Eskom boss Molefe on the spot
Pravin Gordhan says the best person to answer questions on Eskom is CEO Brian Molefe himself.
2 : 00
'South Africa needs leadership it can trust'
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'South Africa needs leadership it can trust'

'South Africa needs leadership it can trust'
Executive Director of UN Women Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka has told Eyewitness News she believes South Africa is at a crossroads and strong leadership is needed to restore the trust of the people.
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South Africa wakes up to news of Mandela's death
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South Africa wakes up to news of Mandela's death

South Africa wakes up to news of Mandela's death
Township residents in Khayelitsha expressed mixed emotions after waking up to the news of Nelson Mandela's death.
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Braamfontein South Africa - Violent #Fees Must Fall Student Protests
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Braamfontein South Africa - Violent #Fees Must Fall Student Protests

Braamfontein South Africa - Violent #Fees Must Fall Student Protests
Braamfontein South Africa - Violent # Fees Must Fall Student Protests - Vehicles Torched - buses, a police vehicle and other vehicles were set alight. Latest Video & Images!
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Inside Oscar Pistorius' house - the state's case vs the defense
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Inside Oscar Pistorius' house - the state's case vs the defense

Inside Oscar Pistorius' house - the state's case vs the defense
We you inside Oscar Pistorius' house to take a look at the different versions of the story of Valentines day 2013.
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Oscar Pistorius’ conviction overturned from culpable homicide to murder.
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Oscar Pistorius’ conviction overturned from culpable homicide to murder.

Oscar Pistorius’ conviction overturned from culpable homicide to murder.
Judge Eric Leach announced that the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein has overturned Oscar Pistorius’ culpable homicide conviction to one of murder.
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Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema kicked out of Marikana.
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Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema kicked out of Marikana.

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema kicked out of Marikana.
Julius Malema was denied entry to an event where Marikana miners were to be briefed about their wage demands. Malema drove off, escorted by about 10 police vans.
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Taxi war: 7 die on 'death drive' in South Africa.
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Taxi war: 7 die on 'death drive' in South Africa.

Taxi war: 7 die on 'death drive' in South Africa.
Seven people have died in the space of seven days on Prince George Drive following alleged taxi violence in the area. EWN's Mia Spies reports.
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Assisted suicide professor arrives home in South Africa.
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Assisted suicide professor arrives home in South Africa.

Assisted suicide professor arrives home in South Africa.
Professor Sean Davison was reunited with his family in South Africa on 2 May 2012 after serving a five-month house arrest sentence for the assisted suicide of his terminally ill 85-year-old mother in New Zealand, in a case which ignited the euthanasia debate.
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Crowds gather outside court at Omotoso trial
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Crowds gather outside court at Omotoso trial

Crowds gather outside court at Omotoso trial
eNCA reporter Athi Mtongana is outside the High Court in Port Elizabeth, where crowds of people have been gathering since the start of the trial.
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VBS saga heavily impacting residents in Limpopo
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VBS saga heavily impacting residents in Limpopo

VBS saga heavily impacting residents in Limpopo
eNCA co-anchor Cathy Mohlahlana is in Burgersfort to discuss more on this story.
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Claims say Jamal Khashoggi's remains found
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Claims say Jamal Khashoggi's remains found

Claims say Jamal Khashoggi's remains found
Reports say body parts of slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi have been found. Turkey Analyst at TRT World, Yusuf Erim, gives us the latest via Skype from Istanbul.
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eNews - 20 October 2018
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eNews - 20 October 2018

eNews - 20 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: The Presidency has committed to establishing a financing model for the healthcare system immediately. This was revealed at the Presidential Health Summit, held in Boksburg on the East Rand.
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eNews - 04 October 2018
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eNews - 04 October 2018

eNews - 04 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: The so-called Springs monster has been sentenced to 35 years behind bars. But his ex-wife only received a 5 year suspended sentence.
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DA van Damme vs Floyd Shivambu VBS
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DA van Damme vs Floyd Shivambu VBS

DA van Damme vs Floyd Shivambu VBS
Watch Phumzile van Damme of the DA takes on the EFF Floyd Shivambu in Parliament. Subject for discussion: The VBS Mutual Bank Report titled “The Great Bank Heist”, a matter of public importance. Parliament
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The music fraternity is in mourning of HHP
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The music fraternity is in mourning of HHP

The music fraternity is in mourning of HHP
Jabulani Tsambo, who was affectionately known as HHP, was open about suffering from depression. But the cause of his death is still not public.
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Westbury residents vow to continue protesting
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Westbury residents vow to continue protesting

Westbury residents vow to continue protesting
The community of Westbury are preparing for the memorial of Heather Peterson this morning. She died after getting caught in the crossfire of an alleged gang shooting.
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eNews - 24 October 2018
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eNews - 24 October 2018

eNews - 24 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Hip-hop musician HHP has died. Details surrounding his death are not known.
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WATCH: Patricia de Lille talks about her future and her journey as Cape Town mayor
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WATCH: Patricia de Lille talks about her future and her journey as Cape Town mayor

WATCH: Patricia de Lille talks about her future and her journey as Cape Town mayor
WATCH: Patricia de Lille talks about her future and her journey as Cape Town mayor
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State of readiness for 2019 election
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State of readiness for 2019 election

State of readiness for 2019 election
The Independent Electoral Commission of South Africa has met President Cyril Ramaphosa. They discussed the state of readiness for the 2019 elections. Chief Electoral Officer of the IEC, Sy Mamabolo, joins News night's Vuyo Mvoko in studio.
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Relief in sight for several drought-stricken South African provinces.
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Relief in sight for several drought-stricken South African provinces.

Relief in sight for several drought-stricken South African provinces.
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister, Zweli Mkhize has declared the water crisis a national disaster. The Western and Eastern Cape have already restricted water consumption considerably.
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Mnangagwa meets with South Africa's Jacob Zuma
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Mnangagwa meets with South Africa's Jacob Zuma

Mnangagwa meets with South Africa's Jacob Zuma
Earlier on Wednesday, Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa met with South Africa's president Jacob Zuma. The South African president is the current chair of regional bloc SADC and has been involved in that capacity in some of the negotiations and mediation following the military takeover in Zimbabwe. South Africa is also Zimbabwe's largest trading partner, so continued cooperation between the two states is critical.
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South African White farmers say they live in fear of attack they think they are under ... BUT IS THIS THE TRUTH?

YET Black farmers have been known to be the ones who die regularly from the hands of white farmers!
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South African White farmers say they live in fear of attack they think they are under ... BUT IS THIS THE TRUTH? YET Black farmers have been known to be the ones who die regularly from the hands of white farmers!

South African White farmers say they live in fear of attack they think they are under ... BUT IS THIS THE TRUTH? YET Black farmers have been known to be the ones who die regularly from the hands of white farmers!
An ex-Israeli special forces member is teaching white farmers self-defence and weapons techniques in case they are targeted.
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Jonas  Drops Bombshells During Testimony
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Jonas Drops Bombshells During Testimony

Jonas Drops Bombshells During Testimony
Former Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas says #Gupta threathened to destroy his political career if he spoke about the meeting.
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Update: Joburg building fire reignites
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Update: Joburg building fire reignites

Update: Joburg building fire reignites
eNCA reporter Lindokuhle Xulu is there.
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Anonymous restaurant patron gives more detail on  Dros rape
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Anonymous restaurant patron gives more detail on Dros rape

Anonymous restaurant patron gives more detail on Dros rape
According to a patron who witnessed some of the events, the woman apprehended the culprit in the bathroom of the Dros restaurant in Silverton, Pretoria, where the rape occurred. On Tuesday, a 20-year-old man appeared in the Pretoria regional court. He's been charged with rape, drug possession and intent to do grievous bodily harm.
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Government speaks on Dros rape
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Government speaks on Dros rape

Government speaks on Dros rape
The government has condemned the rape of a 7-year old girl at the Dros in Pretoria. GCIS spokesperson, Phumla Williams has also thanked patrons at the restaurant for ensuring that the perpetrator was arrested.
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WATCH: Limpopo residents on the land problem
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WATCH: Limpopo residents on the land problem

WATCH: Limpopo residents on the land problem
South Africans gave their views on the way forward in the land debate at the Parliamentary hearings in Mokopane, Limpopo, on Thursday. Bela Bela emerging farmer, Thabo Mokoena, appealed for more financial support from government. A recipient of farm land through the land claims process, he now finds himself idle and destitute. Commercial farmer, Johann Abrie from Modimolle warned about giving people land without the necessary resources to farm successfully. Meanwhile, Mookgophong businessman, Fanie Mkhatshwa, warned against underestimating the capability of experienced farm workers. He also expressed his wish that they get priority over township-born people when land becomes available. The third day of the land hearings in the province will take place in Tzaneen.
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Unpacking Malema's comments SARS and Pravin Gordhan
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Unpacking Malema's comments SARS and Pravin Gordhan

Unpacking Malema's comments SARS and Pravin Gordhan
Julius Malema made repeated references to the so called SARS Rogue Unit, using this as the reason for his attack on Pravin Gordhan.
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eNews - 30 October 2018
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eNews - 30 October 2018

eNews - 30 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Police have discovered seven dead bodies buried in shallow graves at a house in Vlakfontein.
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eNews - 24 October 2018
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eNews - 24 October 2018

eNews - 24 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Hip-hop musician HHP has died. Details surrounding his death are not known.
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#Africa | News making headlines on the African continent | 13 October 2018
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#Africa | News making headlines on the African continent | 13 October 2018

#Africa | News making headlines on the African continent | 13 October 2018
A look at news making headlines on the African continent.
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Gigaba lied under oath: Mkhwebane
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Gigaba lied under oath: Mkhwebane

Gigaba lied under oath: Mkhwebane
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane says President Cyril Ramaphosa must take action against Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba for lying under oath.
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Parliament summons Gigaba
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Parliament summons Gigaba

Parliament summons Gigaba
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba's been summoned to appear before Parliament. The under-fire minister must explain the decision to grant the Oppenheimers permission to operate a private terminal at OR Tambo International Airport.
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#HHP Funeral: Motswako pioneer laid to rest
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#HHP Funeral: Motswako pioneer laid to rest

#HHP Funeral: Motswako pioneer laid to rest
Rapper HHP is being laid to rest in his hometown of Mahikeng. He died last week, after a long battle with depression. His wife, Lerato Sengadi, tried to interdict the funeral from going ahead.
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Henri van Breda appears in Stellenbosch court
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Henri van Breda appears in Stellenbosch court

Henri van Breda appears in Stellenbosch court
The latest developments in the De Zalze triple murder case, after 21-year-old Henri van Breda appeared in the Stellenbosch Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.
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Watch sharks being removed from the Two Oceans Aquarium
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Watch sharks being removed from the Two Oceans Aquarium

Watch sharks being removed from the Two Oceans Aquarium
The Two Oceans Aquarium in Cape Town removed the last of its four ragged-tooth sharks ahead of releasing the animals back into the wild. It comes as the facility prepares to close down the I&J Predator Exhibit for major renovations.
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South African Court rules against labour brokers
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South African Court rules against labour brokers

South African Court rules against labour brokers
Trade union Numsa has won its battle against labour brokers in the court. The Constitutional court has ruled that the rules of the right to fair labour practices must now apply.
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11 Taxi Drivers Killed In South Africa
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11 Taxi Drivers Killed In South Africa

11 Taxi Drivers Killed In South Africa
A round up of Africa's breaking news
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‘No one deserves to be raped!’ - Khensani Maseko’s last Instagram post before her death
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‘No one deserves to be raped!’ - Khensani Maseko’s last Instagram post before her death

‘No one deserves to be raped!’ - Khensani Maseko’s last Instagram post before her death
Just a few days into Women's Month, tragedy hit South Africa after it emerged that student Khensani Maseko took her own life on August 3 2018 after allegedly being raped.
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Oscar Pestorius tells his version
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Oscar Pestorius tells his version

Oscar Pestorius tells his version
We take you through a re-enactment of Oscar Pistorius's testimony as he told the court his version of how things unfolded on the night he shot and killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp at his Silver Woods house.
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Marikana massacre: police shooting video footage.
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Marikana massacre: police shooting video footage.

Marikana massacre: police shooting video footage.
We show police footage which appears to undermine claims officers were acting in self-defence over the shootings.
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KZN Taxi Violence Leaves One Dead, Four Injured
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KZN Taxi Violence Leaves One Dead, Four Injured

KZN Taxi Violence Leaves One Dead, Four Injured
Durban, January 8 - A Durban taxi owner has been killed and four others injured in a shooting. The victim, a former member of the South African National Defence Force, was sitting in his car when he and his two passengers were attacked.
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The Death toll from KwaZulu Natal taxi shooting rises.
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The Death toll from KwaZulu Natal taxi shooting rises.

The Death toll from KwaZulu Natal taxi shooting rises.
Police are racing against the clock to make arrests following the deadly mass shooting in Colenso in KwaZulu-Natal at the weekend. On Sunday, police gave themselves 72 hours to make a breakthrough in the case. 12 people were shot dead and four wounded when their taxi was ambushed, returning from the funeral of a taxi boss.
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Two men are appearing in court today, following the murder of a family in Vlakfontein
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Two men are appearing in court today, following the murder of a family in Vlakfontein

Two men are appearing in court today, following the murder of a family in Vlakfontein
Two men are appearing in court today, following the murder of a family in Vlakfontein. Seven bodies, including that of four children, were discovered last week. Another family claims one of the accused also murdered some of their family members in the same way.
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Vlakfontein murders: Community Safety MEC speaks outside court
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Vlakfontein murders: Community Safety MEC speaks outside court

Vlakfontein murders: Community Safety MEC speaks outside court
The bodies of three women and four children were found buried under a pile of sand in their home last week. One suspect was arrested in Dobsonville, while the other was apprehended in Mpumalanga.
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Battle for control at AMCU heats up
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Battle for control at AMCU heats up

Battle for control at AMCU heats up
Earlier this year AMCU President Joseph Mathunjwa executed a purge. One of the casualties was the union's deputy president Sanele Myeza. He's since taken his case to the CCMA, where he's challenging his dismissal.
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ANC official is a cash-in-transit heist suspect.
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ANC official is a cash-in-transit heist suspect.

ANC official is a cash-in-transit heist suspect.
Police Minister Bheki Cele says Errol Velile Present is believed to have been involved in other heists. The ANC official was arrested in connection with a cash heist in Soweto. Cele says he was also allegedly involved in two robberies in the North West.
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Summary of Police Minister's briefing on cash in transit heists
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Summary of Police Minister's briefing on cash in transit heists

Summary of Police Minister's briefing on cash in transit heists
Earlier this afternoon, Police Minister Bheki Cele briefed the media on the recent spate of cash-in-transit heists in South Africa.
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WATCH: Bheki Cele goes on a walkabout in Tembisa
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WATCH: Bheki Cele goes on a walkabout in Tembisa

WATCH: Bheki Cele goes on a walkabout in Tembisa
Police Minister Bheki Cele together with National Commissioner General Khehla Sitole and Mayor Mzwandile Masina conducted a walkabout in the Madelakufa informal settlement in Tembisa, Johannesburg. This was during the launch of Operation Buya Mthetho.
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DA puts pressure for Ramaphosa to remove Gigaba and Dlamini
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DA puts pressure for Ramaphosa to remove Gigaba and Dlamini

DA puts pressure for Ramaphosa to remove Gigaba and Dlamini
The DA is exerting legal pressure on the President to fire controversial and under-performing ministers. The party has gone to court to argue that keeping embattled Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba and Minister in the Presidency for Women, Bathabile Dlamini is irrational.
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Gordhan says SAA can't receive continuous bailouts
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Gordhan says SAA can't receive continuous bailouts

Gordhan says SAA can't receive continuous bailouts
Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan, says South African Airways can't receive continuous bailouts. He was responding to Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s authorisation of another multi-billion rand package for the cash-strapped airline.
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Mmusi Maimane on Pravin Gordhan
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Mmusi Maimane on Pravin Gordhan

Mmusi Maimane on Pravin Gordhan
Mmusi Maimane on Pravin Gordhan
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Barbara Hogan: Look at Kathrada's values in order to move forward
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Barbara Hogan: Look at Kathrada's values in order to move forward

Barbara Hogan: Look at Kathrada's values in order to move forward
Ahmed Kathrada’s widow Barbara Hogan says for the country to be able to move forward, they need to look at his values. “If we are going to survive, we need to find an identity moving forward,” she said at a memorial to commemorate the late struggle stalwart.
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Professor Lesiba Teffo's analysis of North West clashes
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Professor Lesiba Teffo's analysis of North West clashes

Professor Lesiba Teffo's analysis of North West clashes
The ANC has reportedly deployed Jessie Duarte to the North West. Residents there are up in arms, demanding the immediate resignation of Premier, Supra Mahumapelo. For more insight, News Night's Cathy Mohlahlana is joined by Political Analyst, Professor Lesiba Teffo. Courtesy DStv403
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Buffett Award 2018 recipient Fred Swaniker speaks on leadership in Africa
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Buffett Award 2018 recipient Fred Swaniker speaks on leadership in Africa

Buffett Award 2018 recipient Fred Swaniker speaks on leadership in Africa
Most of Africa’s problems are as a result of poor leadership. CNBC Africa sat down with Buffett Award 2018 recipient and founder of the Africa Leadership University Fred Swaniker on his line of thought and more.
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South Africa Parliamentary elections set for May 2019
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South Africa Parliamentary elections set for May 2019

South Africa Parliamentary elections set for May 2019
South Africa is likely to hold parliamentary elections in May next year. The Independent Electoral Commission says it's just waiting for President Cyril Ramaphosa to confirm the exact date. By law, the vote needs to have taken place by August 2019. It's an election that will decide whether Ramaphosa remains in power.
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NSFAS 2019 applications put on hold
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NSFAS 2019 applications put on hold

NSFAS 2019 applications put on hold
Higher Education and Training Minister Naledi Pandor wants the National Student Financial Aid Scheme to get its house in order. She's ordered that 2019 bursary applications be put on hold pending the clearing of tens of thousands of bursary agreements and applications. Now the NSFAS Board will meet on Monday to consider a myriad of instructions from the Minister.
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The implications of Malusi Gigaba's exit
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The implications of Malusi Gigaba's exit

The implications of Malusi Gigaba's exit
The implications of Malusi Gigaba's exit for both him and the Ramaphosa administration is analysed by Professor Ivor Sarakinsky from the Wits School of Governance.
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Various political parties welcome Gigaba's resignation as an MP
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Various political parties welcome Gigaba's resignation as an MP

Various political parties welcome Gigaba's resignation as an MP
Former Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba will no longer have to appear before Parliament's Ethics Committee, now that he has also resigned as an MP. He had been summoned to appear before the committee, following findings by a court and the Public Protector that he had lied under oath in the Fireblade Aviation saga. With pressure mounting on him to leave public office, Gigaba resigned as a minister on Tuesday and has now also quit as an MP. Various political parties have welcomed his decision.
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Cheryl Zondi stands firm during cross-examination
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Cheryl Zondi stands firm during cross-examination

Cheryl Zondi stands firm during cross-examination
Cheryl Zondi faced a barrage of tough questions from Omotoso's lawyer Peter Daubermann. She says one day she gathered the strength to ask Omotoso why he had been doing these things to her.
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WATCH: Motlante quotes Kathrada's letter asking Zuma to step down
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WATCH: Motlante quotes Kathrada's letter asking Zuma to step down

WATCH: Motlante quotes Kathrada's letter asking Zuma to step down
Former deputy president Kgalema Motlanthe gave a rousing speech at the funeral service of ANC stalwart and Rivonia Trialist Ahmed Kathrada on Tuesday, echoing and quoting parts of Kathrada's famous letter to the president - asking Jacob Zuma to step down. Motlanthe received a standing ovation. Watch.
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Cameroon anglophone crisis: refugees mourn deaths
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Cameroon anglophone crisis: refugees mourn deaths

Cameroon anglophone crisis: refugees mourn deaths
Over 40, 000 anglophone Cameroonians have fled into Nigeria to escape a brutal crackdown onan armed seperatist movement. Since 2016, the crisis has escalated from original calls for more English language representation in the francophone majority nation. In an unfamiliar country with few ressources, many refugees struggle to find water, shelter and food
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Cameroon election: Polls closes, vote counting under way | Al Jazeera English
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Cameroon election: Polls closes, vote counting under way | Al Jazeera English

Cameroon election: Polls closes, vote counting under way | Al Jazeera English
Polls have closed in Cameroon’s presidential election - where one of Africa's longest-serving leaders is seeking a seventh term after 36 years in power. Opposition allegations that the election was rigged to favour President Paul Biya and violence amid the Anglophone rebellion in the country's west marred election day. Voters will have to wait a week or more before they know if President Biya will return for another seven years, or if Cameroon will have its third new president since gaining its independence from France.
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Cameroonian Presidential Election 2018
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Cameroonian Presidential Election 2018

Cameroonian Presidential Election 2018
Presidential Elections in Cameroon is set for Sunday as incumbent President Paul Biya, who has ruled the central African nation for more than three decades, is favored to win another 7 year term and will face nine of the twenty-eight presidential candidates in the upcoming election.
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Discussing EFF's position on the VBS saga
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Discussing EFF's position on the VBS saga

Discussing EFF's position on the VBS saga
For some analysis on the EFF's position regarding the VBS banking saga, eNCA spoke to political analyst Xolani Dube.
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Startling revelations at a commission of inquiry into tax administration
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Startling revelations at a commission of inquiry into tax administration

Startling revelations at a commission of inquiry into tax administration
Startling revelations at a commission of inquiry into tax administration and governance at SARS. Former executives detailing how they operated in fear. To help us look into issues of governance at SARS, we're joined by Author and Consultant, Peter Goss.
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I never met Guptas: Malema
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I never met Guptas: Malema

I never met Guptas: Malema
Julius Malema says he's never met with the controversial Gupta family. But he says meetings with business people are nothing to be ashamed of if they're above board.
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eNews - 17 November 2018
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eNews - 17 November 2018

eNews - 17 November 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Eskom workers at coal-powered stations are threatening a countrywide blackout. They say they will down tools if the government doesn’t reconsider its stance on renewable energy.
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North West gang members appeal for help to leave gangsterism
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North West gang members appeal for help to leave gangsterism

North West gang members appeal for help to leave gangsterism
Self confessed members of a vicious gang, called SVK at the troubled Boitumelong township in Bloemhof in the North West, are appealing for help to leave gangsterism. This follows the killing of two suspected gang members by the community and taxi operators earlier this week. More than thirty gang members were hospitalised. Most are school going minors.
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Should you shop online or in-store for Black Friday?
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Should you shop online or in-store for Black Friday?

Should you shop online or in-store for Black Friday?
As many South Africans prepare for a shopping frenzy on Friday, others will spend Black Friday shopping online, to avoid the chaos at stores. Consumer journalist, Wendy Knowler has more perspective on the best strategy for shoppers.
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Rhino poaching trial begins
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Rhino poaching trial begins

Rhino poaching trial begins
The men face 50 charges related to the poaching of 13 rhino in the Eastern Cape, over five years. They were arrested in a police raid in 2016, and have pleaded not guilty. While they are in court, the Eastern Cape Environmental Affairs and Tourism MEC, Lubabalo Oscar Mabuyane, will lead a protest march against poaching.
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Moyane vows to fight on
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Moyane vows to fight on

Moyane vows to fight on
Former Sars boss Tom Moyane's been dealt another blow. He's lost his Constitutional Court bid, to set aside the decision to establish the Nugent Commission of Inquiry, and his dismissal.
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Today's newspaper headlines, 3 December 2018
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Today's newspaper headlines, 3 December 2018

Today's newspaper headlines, 3 December 2018
Today's newspaper headlines, 3 December 2018
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#SABCNews 06:30am Headlines | Wednesday, 05 December 2018
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#SABCNews 06:30am Headlines | Wednesday, 05 December 2018

#SABCNews 06:30am Headlines | Wednesday, 05 December 2018
#SABCNews 06:30am Headlines | Wednesday, 05 December 2018
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eNews - 17 December 2018
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eNews - 17 December 2018

eNews - 17 December 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Edcon moves to allay fears of job losses, inching closer to a deal that'll save thousands of jobs.
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Madonsela on Nene
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Madonsela on Nene

Madonsela on Nene
Former Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela, believes it's too early to question Finance Minister Nhanhla Nene's integrity. Nene apologised for lying about his meetings with the infamous Gupta family. The EFF's rejected his apology, saying he must resign.
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Hawks say arrests are imminent in VBS scandal
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Hawks say arrests are imminent in VBS scandal

Hawks say arrests are imminent in VBS scandal
Reporter Erin Bates has more from the Hawks’ headquarters in Pretoria.
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eNews - 08 October 2018
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eNews - 08 October 2018

eNews - 08 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: A light aircraft crashed into a house in Midrand, claiming the lives of the pilot, and the gardener on the ground.
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eNews - 03 October 2018
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eNews - 03 October 2018

eNews - 03 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Police Minister, Bheki Cele, visited Westbury after days of violent protests in the area. Residents are accusing the police of being in cahoots with gangsters and drug dealers.
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Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi speaks to eNCA
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Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi speaks to eNCA

Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi speaks to eNCA
Health Minister, Aaron Motsoaledi, has admitted that state hospitals are struggling with overcrowding, but says this is because of foreign nationals. He specifically referred to Tembisa Hospital, which he visited last month.
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Eye on Africa: UN denies killing civilians in Central African Republic
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Eye on Africa: UN denies killing civilians in Central African Republic

Eye on Africa: UN denies killing civilians in Central African Republic
In tonight's edition: the UN denies killing civilians in Central African Republic during clashes in Bangui on Tuesday; unexploded landmines continue to pose a threat in South Sudan; and the murder of teenage activist Stompie Seipei still casts a shadow over Winnie Mandela's legacy. Protesters in Central African Republic who laid corpses at the UN's door after clashes are accused by the organisation of staging propaganda. Protestors say the dead were innocent civilians. We hear from the UN mission's spokesperson. Also, after more than four years of civil war in South Sudan, thousands of people have been killed or injured by landmines and unexploded ordnance. New minefields are still being unearthed around populated areas. And the Stompie Seipei murder continues to cast a shadow on the legacy of Winnie Mandela. As South Africa mourns the late anti-apartheid activist, questions around the 14-year-old's death near Mandela's Soweto home in 1989 continue to divide the nation.
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Floyd Shivambu hits back at MPs during the #VBS debate in Parliament
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Floyd Shivambu hits back at MPs during the #VBS debate in Parliament

Floyd Shivambu hits back at MPs during the #VBS debate in Parliament
Floyd Shivambu hits back at MPs during the #VBS debate in Parliament
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South African Riots - The Latest  Images Hidden By The SABC!
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South African Riots - The Latest Images Hidden By The SABC!

South African Riots - The Latest Images Hidden By The SABC!
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) says its decision not to broadcast footage of protesters destroying public institutions does not amount to self-censorship. The public broadcaster says airing footage of protesters destroying infrastructure given to them by government encourages other communities to do the same.
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South African Economic Freedom Fighters student command to march for Khensani Maseko
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South African Economic Freedom Fighters student command to march for Khensani Maseko

South African Economic Freedom Fighters student command to march for Khensani Maseko
Students and management at Rhodes university are marching to Settlers Monument on the campus.
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Zimbabwe Protesters March on the Zimbabwe Electorate Commission.
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Zimbabwe Protesters March on the Zimbabwe Electorate Commission.

Zimbabwe Protesters March on the Zimbabwe Electorate Commission.
As the Zimbabwe Electorate Commission announces election results, protesters gathered outside the ZEC headquarters, demanding Nelson Chamisa be elected.
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Oscar Pistorius arrested for murder.
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Oscar Pistorius arrested for murder.

Oscar Pistorius arrested for murder.
The nation woke up on Thursday morning to news that Olympic and Paralympic Champion Oscar Pistorius had shot and killed his girlfriend in his home in Pretoria. EWN's Barry Bateman reports.
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South Africa police slammed over Marikana miners' deaths.
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South Africa police slammed over Marikana miners' deaths.

South Africa police slammed over Marikana miners' deaths.
A report into the 2012 massacre of dozens of South African miners has called for a criminal investigation into the police officers who carried out the shootings.
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Footage shows bullet riddled taxi in which 11 died.
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Footage shows bullet riddled taxi in which 11 died.

Footage shows bullet riddled taxi in which 11 died.
Eleven people are confirmed dead in an ambush shooting on the R74 in KwaZulu-Natal, which is now being investigated as an incident of taxi violence, police said. The minibus taxi from Gauteng was travelling from a funeral at Ematimatolo back to Johannesburg, along the R74 road between Colenso and Weenen, when it was ambushed by a group of people.
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Bullets fly in South Africa's Atteridgeville taxi violence as police make arrests.
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Bullets fly in South Africa's Atteridgeville taxi violence as police make arrests.

Bullets fly in South Africa's Atteridgeville taxi violence as police make arrests.
Taxi drivers from rival associations have been battling it out on the streets as they fight for control of routes between the Pretoria CBD and the township of Atteridgeville. Police had their hands full as live ammunition was used by some taxi drivers. Tshwane metro police spokesperson Isaac Mahamba says that at least 5 people were arrested.
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Land expropriation hearings kicks off in South Africa.
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Land expropriation hearings kicks off in South Africa.

Land expropriation hearings kicks off in South Africa.
Land expropriation hearings kicks off in South Africa.
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South Africa is not the only African country grappling with the land question.
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South Africa is not the only African country grappling with the land question.

South Africa is not the only African country grappling with the land question.
After 28 years of independence, Namibia is still trying to address land reform. Now, a new political movement that has been likened to the Economic Freedom Fighters is promising to serve the needs of the landless masses.
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Tensions in Zimbabwe as election results set to be unveiled.
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Tensions in Zimbabwe as election results set to be unveiled.

Tensions in Zimbabwe as election results set to be unveiled.
There's an uneasy quiet in Zimbabwe as the country waits for the electoral commission to announce results of the first presidential election since Robert Mugabe's ouster.
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Zimbabwe opposition parties unite to kick out Robert Mugabe in 2018 polls.
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Zimbabwe opposition parties unite to kick out Robert Mugabe in 2018 polls.

Zimbabwe opposition parties unite to kick out Robert Mugabe in 2018 polls.
Zimbabwe's main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Saturday reunited with his former allies to agree a pre-election pact to challenge President Robert Mugabe's near four-decade hold on power at the polls next year. Mugabe, 93, has ruled the former British colony since independence in 1980.
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Zimbabwe elections: calls for restraint after clashes leave three dead.
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Zimbabwe elections: calls for restraint after clashes leave three dead.

Zimbabwe elections: calls for restraint after clashes leave three dead.
Zimbabwe elections: calls for restraint after clashes leave three dead.
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Thousands march against corruption in South Africa.
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Thousands march against corruption in South Africa.

Thousands march against corruption in South Africa.
Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets in South Africa to protest against President Jacob Zuma and the corruption they say has become endemic under his leadership. The marches have been organised by the country's largest workers union, whose alliance with the ruling party, the African National Congress, is looking increasingly strained.
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Zimbabwe ruling ZANU PF party wins parliamentary 2018 election.
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Zimbabwe ruling ZANU PF party wins parliamentary 2018 election.

Zimbabwe ruling ZANU PF party wins parliamentary 2018 election.
Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF party has won over 50% of seats in parliament, according to the country's electoral commission on Wednesday. The official results showed President Emmerson Mnangagwa's ZANU-PF won the parliamentary election with 109 seats against 41 for the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC). Another 58 seats are still to be announced.
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Janusz Walus, who assassinated former African National Congress leader Chris Hani leader in 1993 wins parole bid.
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Janusz Walus, who assassinated former African National Congress leader Chris Hani leader in 1993 wins parole bid.

Janusz Walus, who assassinated former African National Congress leader Chris Hani leader in 1993 wins parole bid.
JOHANNESBURG - The North Gauteng High Court has ordered that Janusz Walus be released from prison in 14 days. The court has overturned the justice minister’s 2015 decision not to grant him parole. Walus had previously applied unsuccessfully for parole.
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Hikes in petrol in South Africa, diesel prices reflect in various sectors.
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Hikes in petrol in South Africa, diesel prices reflect in various sectors.

Hikes in petrol in South Africa, diesel prices reflect in various sectors.
The soaring global fuel prices has rippled across the world with petrol and diesel prices in different countries surging. South Africa is one of the countries hard hit by the rise in fuel prices with motorists feeling the pinch. The rise has also deeply affected other sectors of the economy like the price of goods.
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South Afica's Rhodes University Vice-Chancellor at Khensani Maseko's funeral.
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South Afica's Rhodes University Vice-Chancellor at Khensani Maseko's funeral.

South Afica's Rhodes University Vice-Chancellor at Khensani Maseko's funeral.
Rhodes University Vice-Chancellor Dr Sizwe Mabizela speaks at the funeral of Khensani Maseko. Courtesy DStv403
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Former South African president's nephew Khulubuse Zuma is back in court over Aurora.
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Former South African president's nephew Khulubuse Zuma is back in court over Aurora.

Former South African president's nephew Khulubuse Zuma is back in court over Aurora.
Former South African president's nephew Khulubuse Zuma is back in court over Aurora.
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More reaction from the Joburg building fire
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More reaction from the Joburg building fire

More reaction from the Joburg building fire
City of Joburg's Michael Sun speaks to eNCA.
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Joburg fire aftermath
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Joburg fire aftermath

Joburg fire aftermath
The Gauteng government evacuates all its buildings in Johannesburg following yesterday's deadly blaze.
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South African Gang Member:
What It's Like To Be A Hitman
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South African Gang Member: What It's Like To Be A Hitman

South African Gang Member: What It's Like To Be A Hitman
Sky's Special Correspondent Alex Crawford meets a gang member who makes a living killing people, as Shrien Dewani is cleared of hiring hitmen to kill his wife Anni on their honeymoon.
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WARNING: SENSITIVE VIDEO - Video shows alleged Dros rapist covered in blood
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WARNING: SENSITIVE VIDEO - Video shows alleged Dros rapist covered in blood

WARNING: SENSITIVE VIDEO - Video shows alleged Dros rapist covered in blood
Video has emerged showing the man accused of raping a six-year-old girl in the bathroom of the Dros restaurant in Silverton on Saturday. Allegedly filmed after the incident, it shows the accused naked and covered in blood. In the video, patrons can be seen lashing out at the man. When asked what he was doing, he tells everyone that there is nothing wrong with him mentally and that he came to use the bathroom to relieve himself. The girl was allegedly raped in the men's toilet of the restaurant.
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Westbury: Drugs, gangs and corrupt police
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Westbury: Drugs, gangs and corrupt police

Westbury: Drugs, gangs and corrupt police
Angry residents of Westbury shutdown their area demanding police act against known drug dealers and gangster.
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Westbury: Several injured as police clash with protesting residents
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Westbury: Several injured as police clash with protesting residents

Westbury: Several injured as police clash with protesting residents
Several protesting residents were injured on Monday when police fired rubber bullets during a shutdown in Westbury.
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Legalizing marijuana could contribute to improved public health in South Africa
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Legalizing marijuana could contribute to improved public health in South Africa

Legalizing marijuana could contribute to improved public health in South Africa
The decriminalization of marijuana could contribute to improved public health. That's according to South Africas Central Drug Authority. The Authority argues in their medical journal that criminalization has had little impact on how people use the drug. But opponents fear crime connected to drug abuse and marijuana users graduating to harder drugs.
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South Africa: 
Farmers concerned over proposed land reform law.
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South Africa: Farmers concerned over proposed land reform law.

South Africa: Farmers concerned over proposed land reform law.
In South Africa, land is a key issue ahead of the ruling party's national conference. The African National Congress is proposing that land expropriation without compensation should be allowed where “necessary and unavoidable”.
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Hearing both sides of the land expropriation debate in Mpumalanga
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Hearing both sides of the land expropriation debate in Mpumalanga

Hearing both sides of the land expropriation debate in Mpumalanga
Public hearings on whether to change the Constitution to allow for land expropriation without compensation continue to attract hundreds of people in Mpumalanga.
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CCTV of Dewani meeting man convicted of arranging wife's  arranging wife's murder
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CCTV of Dewani meeting man convicted of arranging wife's arranging wife's murder

CCTV of Dewani meeting man convicted of arranging wife's arranging wife's murder
The defence team of Shrien Dewani, the British man accused of organising the murder of his wife on their honeymoon in South Africa, have told his trial in Cape Town that Mr Dewani was the victim of a botched hijacking for ransom. Mr Dewani's lawyers have just finished questioning Zola Tongo, the taxi driver who claims Mr Dewani paid him to organise the murder of his wife Anni. Tongo, who has already been convicted for his part in Anni's murder, told the court that the idea that he and others were planning to kidnap Anni for ransom was 'nonsense'. Mr Dewani denies having any involvement in his
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SATAWU in the dark after VBS report
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SATAWU in the dark after VBS report

SATAWU in the dark after VBS report
Satawu says it's still studying the VBS bank report by advocate Terry Motau.
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Holomisa talks on VBS Bank and Luthuli House
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Holomisa talks on VBS Bank and Luthuli House

Holomisa talks on VBS Bank and Luthuli House
Holomisa said that information indicates Zweli Mkhize, a member of the ANC's top six, was implicated in facilitating corruption at the bank.
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Latest from Westbury after the protests
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Latest from Westbury after the protests

Latest from Westbury after the protests
Representatives of coloured communities in Gauteng have vowed to intensify their protests. On Friday there were demonstrations under the banner 'Total Shutdown'. They were sparked by the death of Heather Peterson, the mother who was killed in alleged gang violence in Westbury last month. Community members will also hold a Blood Friday march this week, to honour the life of Peterson.
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KPMG keeping mum on VBS bank scandal
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KPMG keeping mum on VBS bank scandal

KPMG keeping mum on VBS bank scandal
A former partner at KPMG Sipho Malaba is named in Advocate Terry Motau’s report, as having covered up the looting of VBS.
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Malema: Shivambu did not get any money from VBS Bank
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Malema: Shivambu did not get any money from VBS Bank

Malema: Shivambu did not get any money from VBS Bank
The EFF addressed the media on October 16 2018 at their headquarters after allegations that Floyd Shivambu and his brother Brian received money from the bank.
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Radzalani to speak on VBS
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Radzalani to speak on VBS

Radzalani to speak on VBS
Vhembe District Municipality mayor, Florence Radzilani, will respond to claims implicating her in the VBS Mutual Bank scandal.
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R29 million misspent on sports stadium
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R29 million misspent on sports stadium

R29 million misspent on sports stadium
Newsnight Anchor Cathy Mohlahlane is in Giyani with Municipal Manager of Greater Giyani municipality, Maxwell Chauke.
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What is the future of VBS Mutual Bank
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What is the future of VBS Mutual Bank

What is the future of VBS Mutual Bank
The PPF is a body of professionals, academics and entrepreneurs who contribute towards the development of the country through their expertise and resources. The organisation is supportive of the ANC and its policies. PPF deputy president, Kashif Wicomb, spoke to us.
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UPDATE: Protests outside Omotoso's PE church
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UPDATE: Protests outside Omotoso's PE church

UPDATE: Protests outside Omotoso's PE church
Civil society and other human rights organizations are expected to protest outside Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso's Jesus Dominion International church in Port Elizabeth.
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#Omotoso: Latest reactions from outside the court
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#Omotoso: Latest reactions from outside the court

#Omotoso: Latest reactions from outside the court
#Omotoso: Latest reactions from outside the court
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VhaVenda king offers to pay back the money
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VhaVenda king offers to pay back the money

VhaVenda king offers to pay back the money
Venda King Toni Mphephu has offered to pay back any money shown to have been illegal proceeds from VBS Mutual Bank.
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#Omotoso: Judge Makaula asked to recuse himself
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#Omotoso: Judge Makaula asked to recuse himself

#Omotoso: Judge Makaula asked to recuse himself
Nigerian pastor Tim Omotoso's lawyer, Peter Daubermann on Monday asked Judge Mandela Makaula to recuse himself.
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Alleged racism at some private schools
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Alleged racism at some private schools

Alleged racism at some private schools
Some of the country’s private schools have been under the spotlight for racism and discrimination against black pupils. But one school aims to change that, with the introduction of its first ever parent dialogue on transformation and diversity. Dr Tim Nuttall is the rector at St. Stithians College, a private school here in Johannesburg and he joins us in studio.
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eNews - 15 October 2018
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eNews - 15 October 2018

eNews - 15 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Vhavenda King Toni Mphephu-Ramabulana says he is willing to answer questions about his links to VBS Mutual Bank. A forensic report stated the king received over R17-million in gratuitous payments from the bank.
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eNews - 01 October 2018
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eNews - 01 October 2018

eNews - 01 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Westbury residents have vowed to continue their shut down of the area following the death of a woman in a gang shooting outside a hospital last week. The community is demanding a meeting with police Minister Bheki Cele.
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eNews - 05 October 2018
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eNews - 05 October 2018

eNews - 05 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Two trains have collided at the Van Riebeeck station in Kempton Park with reported injuries.
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Update: Crowds outside Omotoso trial
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Update: Crowds outside Omotoso trial

Update: Crowds outside Omotoso trial
Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso and his two co-accused are back in court on Monday. The 58-year-old televangelist is charged with human trafficking and rape.
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Family of HHP request privacy following his death
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Family of HHP request privacy following his death

Family of HHP request privacy following his death
The family of veteran hip-hop artist Jabulani Tsambo better known as 'Hip Hop Pantsula' have asked for privacy during their time of mourning. The rapper, known for spitting bars in Setswana passed away on 24 October.
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Tito Mboweni briefing on his budget
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Tito Mboweni briefing on his budget

Tito Mboweni briefing on his budget
Finance minister Tito Mboweni wants to fix the financial mess - now he needs to convince the public sector to play ball. He briefed the media a short while ago after delivering Medium-Term budget speech.
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Malema: Motsoaledi's crocodile tears are not going to mislead us
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Malema: Motsoaledi's crocodile tears are not going to mislead us

Malema: Motsoaledi's crocodile tears are not going to mislead us
Health care is the focus area for the EFF in 2018 and Julius Malema critiques Minister of Health Aaron Motsoaledi and the country's public healthcare system. Malema says Motsoaledi shed crocodile tears when he appeared at the close of the Life Esidimeni arbitration hearings last week.
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Eye on Africa: Tens of thousands bid farewell to Morgan Tsvangirai
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Eye on Africa: Tens of thousands bid farewell to Morgan Tsvangirai

Eye on Africa: Tens of thousands bid farewell to Morgan Tsvangirai
Crowds flock to Buhera to pay their last respects to Morgan Tsvangirai as he's laid to rest. Also, over 30 journalists have been killed in Nigeria's northeast as a result of the Boko Haram insurgency, but Dandal Kura Radio International hopes to counter extremist messages through its broadcasts. And more Tunisian women than ever before are registering to run in long-awaited municipal elections, but despite a change in gender equality rules, many fear they'll face an uphill battle at the polls.
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WATCH: Jacob Zuma in court to support his son Duduzane
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WATCH: Jacob Zuma in court to support his son Duduzane

WATCH: Jacob Zuma in court to support his son Duduzane
Former President Jacob Zuma and his son Duduzane Zuma have arrived at the Randburg Magistrate’s Court ahead of the latter’s appearance on a charge of culpable homicide over a fatal collision in 2014 involving his Porsche, and a taxi.
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WATCH: Duduzane Zuma's culpable homicide case postponed again
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WATCH: Duduzane Zuma's culpable homicide case postponed again

WATCH: Duduzane Zuma's culpable homicide case postponed again
The defence in the culpable homicide case of Duduzane Zuma has been given more time to study dockets, leading to the postponement of the case in the Randburg Magistrate's Court.
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Duduzane case postponed
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Duduzane case postponed

Duduzane case postponed
Duduzane Zuma's culpable homicide case was postponed until the 26 October 2018. The case relates to the death of two 26 october
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Duduzane Zuma's case postponed
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Duduzane Zuma's case postponed

Duduzane Zuma's case postponed
Duduzane Zuma's culpable homicide case has been postponed to next year.
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Forum on land expropriation without compensation underway in Sandton
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Forum on land expropriation without compensation underway in Sandton

Forum on land expropriation without compensation underway in Sandton
As the debate on land expropriation without compensation continues across the country, civil society groups, lawyers and political parties are holding a forum in Sandton this evening. They are looking to find ways that could help parliament amend section 25 of the constitution.
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eNews - 29 October 2018
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eNews - 29 October 2018

eNews - 29 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: DA leader Mmusi Maimane says he'll see former party councillors in court if they decide to sue him for defamation.
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eNews  - 12 October 2018
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eNews - 12 October 2018

eNews - 12 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: President Cyril Ramaphosa must apologise for the economic marginalisation and oppression of the Coloured community. That’s the demand of the Gauteng Total shutdown Organising Committee.
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ANC march to Union Buildings
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ANC march to Union Buildings

ANC march to Union Buildings
Members of trade union federation Cosatu will march to the Union Building this morning, against what it calls e-tolls bullying.
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The land question and private developers
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The land question and private developers

The land question and private developers
Parliament is working on a proposal to amend the Constitution to allow for land expropriation without compensation.
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Two arrested in connection with the Vlakfontein murders
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Two arrested in connection with the Vlakfontein murders

Two arrested in connection with the Vlakfontein murders
Police have arrested two suspects linked to the murder of seven people in Vlakfontein, south of Johannesburg. eNCA spoke to Gauteng police spokesperson, Mavela Masondo about the latest developments.
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The Modise Network | State Capture Uncovered | 11 November 2018
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The Modise Network | State Capture Uncovered | 11 November 2018

The Modise Network | State Capture Uncovered | 11 November 2018
Themba Maseko, joins The Network to discuss the Gupta family’s attempts to influence him during his tenure as Head of the GCIS.
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South Africa's ex-president Mbeki accuses ANC of 'racist' land reforms
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South Africa's ex-president Mbeki accuses ANC of 'racist' land reforms

South Africa's ex-president Mbeki accuses ANC of 'racist' land reforms
*In South Africa, criticism of the ruling Africa National Congress' (ANC) plans to amend the constitution to expropriate land without compensation by ex-president Thabo Mbeki has been met with mixed reactions.* A 30-page document on land expropriation by the Thabo Mbeki Foundation, the gist of which accused the ANC of abandoning its multiracial principles and becoming a "black party" due to its new land redistribution policy.
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Future for SA agriculture
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Future for SA agriculture

Future for SA agriculture
FNB Agriculture's Dawie Maree speaks to eNCA's Thembekile Mrototo on land reform.
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Gordhan corruption claims
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Gordhan corruption claims

Gordhan corruption claims
Just days before Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan appears before the state capture commission, a SAFTU- affiliated union claims to be in possession of evidence that implicates him in corruption. The Academic and Professional Staff Association plans to take the evidence to the State Capture Inquiry. The allegations relate to a tender awarded while Gordhan was Sars commissioner. But, the timing of the latest revelation is being questioned.
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Land expropriation without compensation plan elicits mixed reaction in South Africa
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Land expropriation without compensation plan elicits mixed reaction in South Africa

Land expropriation without compensation plan elicits mixed reaction in South Africa
In South Africa, there's a lot of noise around the government's policy of land expropriation without compensation. In order to adopt the resolution, the Constitution needs to be amended. But it's subject to a rigorous parliamentary process. Public hearings are currently being conducted around the country.
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The state of the NSFAS Part 2
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The state of the NSFAS Part 2

The state of the NSFAS Part 2
Discussing the NSFAS from a student perspective, the EFF student command’s Peter Keetse.
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"Why not save the VBS Bank”
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"Why not save the VBS Bank”

"Why not save the VBS Bank”
EFF is one of the organisations that is against the liquidation of VBS bank. During Reserve Bank's appearance in Parliament last week, EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has questioned the Reserve's bank decision to liquidate the bank.
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Ebrahim Fakir on Gigaba's resignation
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Ebrahim Fakir on Gigaba's resignation

Ebrahim Fakir on Gigaba's resignation
Political Analyst Ebrahim Fakir joins eNCA News Night anchor Vuyo Mvoko to analyse Malusi Gigaba's resignation.
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Today's newspaper headlines, 15 November 2018
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Today's newspaper headlines, 15 November 2018

Today's newspaper headlines, 15 November 2018
Today's newspaper headlines, 15 November 2018
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AfriForum want seizure of Malema's assets
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AfriForum want seizure of Malema's assets

AfriForum want seizure of Malema's assets
AfriForum, says it's obtained a warrant to seize EFF leader Julius Malema's assets. This after Malema failed to honour a cost order relating to a court case. The High Court ruled in favour of AfriForum for what they say is the EFF's incitement to grab land.
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Malusi Gigaba resigns as an ANC MP
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Malusi Gigaba resigns as an ANC MP

Malusi Gigaba resigns as an ANC MP
Malusi Gigaba's resignation as MP comes two days after he quit his ministerial position.
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Toilets save lives
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Toilets save lives

Toilets save lives
That’s the message from the United Nations, as we mark World Toilet Day. It’s aimed at inspiring action to tackle the global sanitation crisis.
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De Lille on new political party
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De Lille on new political party

De Lille on new political party
Former Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille has announced that she will be starting a new party to contest next year's election.
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#FridaysWithTimModise | News of the week | 16 November 2018
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#FridaysWithTimModise | News of the week | 16 November 2018

#FridaysWithTimModise | News of the week | 16 November 2018
Tim Modise and the team recap the top stories of the week.
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Pres Ramaphosa correcting statement shows leadership - Mabe
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Pres Ramaphosa correcting statement shows leadership - Mabe

Pres Ramaphosa correcting statement shows leadership - Mabe
The EFF has also alleged that a lot of money was used to fund the ANC's elective conference which took place at Nasrec in December 2017. Malema alleges a trust fund was created to fund ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa's election campaign. Joining us to respond to some of the latest revelations and allegations is ANC spokesperson Pule Mabe via telephone from Johannesburg.
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Hangwane Mulaudzi on arrest of cash in transit heists suspects
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Hangwane Mulaudzi on arrest of cash in transit heists suspects

Hangwane Mulaudzi on arrest of cash in transit heists suspects
One of South Africa's most wanted suspects for cash in transit incidents is to remain in custody in Mpumalanga. Heist kingpin Wellington "Bibi" Cenenda, was arrested during a crime intelligence operation.
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ZIMBABWE'S DOLLARS AS FASHION ITEMS - BBC NEWS
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ZIMBABWE'S DOLLARS AS FASHION ITEMS - BBC NEWS

ZIMBABWE'S DOLLARS AS FASHION ITEMS - BBC NEWS
Zimbabwe's has gone from being one of Africa's strongest economies to one of its weakest. Zimbabweans have grappled with hyperinflation, mass unemployment and widespread poverty. However, when the local currency was abandoned, inflation went down and basic food commodities became readily available in shops. Zimbabwe now uses US dollars and the South African rand.
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eNews - 19 November 2018
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eNews - 19 November 2018

eNews - 19 November 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Momentum says it will not pay R2.4 million life insurance claim to Nathan Ganas' family. Ganas was killed in a hijacking last year.
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New name for Port Elizabeth
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New name for Port Elizabeth

New name for Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth and its airport are set to get new names. Public hearings are underway in the Metro with residents debating possible names. However, turnout has been poor and few have attended the meetings. Reporter Sandy McCowen attended a hearing in New Brighton.
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Zimbabwe's journey one year after Mugabe
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Zimbabwe's journey one year after Mugabe

Zimbabwe's journey one year after Mugabe
Former President Robert Mugabe's stature as Zimbabwe's founding father remains intact despite being forced out of power a year ago. The Southern African nations' new leader Emmerson Mnangagwa told a ruling ZANU PF party rally that government will provide whatever his unwell predecessor asks for.
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Fans wowed by  Global Citizen Festival line-up
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Fans wowed by Global Citizen Festival line-up

Fans wowed by Global Citizen Festival line-up
Thousands of music fans are attending the Global Citizen Festival at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg. The concert line-up includes Beyonce, Casper Nyovest, WhizzKid and Usher. It honours the centenary of Nelson Mandela and aims to end extreme poverty by 2030. The campaign generated a whopping 15-billion-rand in pledges, which will be administered through the UN or local initiatives. We now cross live to the festival
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eNews: 22 November 2018
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eNews: 22 November 2018

eNews: 22 November 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: President Cyril Ramaphosa has made a few changes to his cabinet.
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Crime after Global Citizen festival
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Crime after Global Citizen festival

Crime after Global Citizen festival
Twitter's awash with reports of several robberies at a Sasol garage near the FNB stadium. The victims were mostly concert-goers who attended the Global Citizen festival at the stadium.
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Load-shedding to hit SA hard
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Load-shedding to hit SA hard

Load-shedding to hit SA hard
Businesses are bracing themselves for losses in the face of Eskom's load-shedding. eNCA's Aviwe Mtila spoke to the owner of a Motor Cycle retailer outside Johannesburg about the effect of the load-shedding.
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SALGA hosts National Members Assembly
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SALGA hosts National Members Assembly

SALGA hosts National Members Assembly
The SA Local Government Association is holding a National Members Assembly in Durban. There are over a thousand delegates attending the three-day event. President Cyril Ramaphosa will deliver the keynote address today.
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eNews - 17 December 2018
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eNews - 17 December 2018

eNews - 17 December 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Edcon moves to allay fears of job losses, inching closer to a deal that'll save thousands of jobs.
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eNews - 05 January 2019
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eNews - 05 January 2019

eNews - 05 January 2019
IN THIS BULLETIN: The ANC NEC is currently vetting those who've made it to the top, out of four hundred members who'll go to the National Assembly.
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eNews - 06 January 2019
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eNews - 06 January 2019

eNews - 06 January 2019
IN THIS BULLETIN: he ANC NEC is currently vetting those who've made it to the top, out of four hundred members who'll go to the National Assembly.
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#SABCNews Headlines @06H30 | 06 Jan 2019
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#SABCNews Headlines @06H30 | 06 Jan 2019

#SABCNews Headlines @06H30 | 06 Jan 2019
* The ANC says the extended ANC NEC taking place in Umhlanga, north of Durban continues on Sunday with debate about the January 8th statement as well as the party manifesto. * Protest action against charismatic church leader, prophet Shepherd Bushiri flared up again late Saturday near the Pretoria showgrounds where the church is situated.
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#SABCNews 06:30am News Headlines | Tuesday, 08 Jan 2019
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#SABCNews 06:30am News Headlines | Tuesday, 08 Jan 2019

#SABCNews 06:30am News Headlines | Tuesday, 08 Jan 2019
#SABCNews 06:30am News Headlines | Tuesday, 08 Jan 2019
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DR Congo election results delayed
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DR Congo election results delayed

DR Congo election results delayed
Election officials in DR Congo say the preliminary results have been delayed because they have received less than half of the ballot papers…
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Ramaphosa: Zuma and I get along just fine
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Ramaphosa: Zuma and I get along just fine

Ramaphosa: Zuma and I get along just fine
President Cyril Ramaphosa at Ohlange Institute Rally in Inanda, KwaZulu-Natal during the January 8th celebrations on 8 January2018.
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ATM president on Mzwanele Manyi
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ATM president on Mzwanele Manyi

ATM president on Mzwanele Manyi
Mzwanele Manyi has left the ANC to find a new political home at the African Transformation Movement. He says he is leaving the governing party because of the ANC's inability to tackle issues of transformation. Well to help us find out what the ATM stands for we are joined by party President, Vuyolwethu Zungula.
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Live ammunition used at Westbury protesters
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Live ammunition used at Westbury protesters

Live ammunition used at Westbury protesters
Westbury residents say shootings are not uncommon. They say they do not trust the police and want the army deported in the area.
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Westbury residents vow to take back the streets from gangsters
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Westbury residents vow to take back the streets from gangsters

Westbury residents vow to take back the streets from gangsters
Residents from Westbury, Bosmont and surrounding areas took to the streets in a prayer march against the recent rise in gang-related violence.
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Police fire rubber bullets in Westbury
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Police fire rubber bullets in Westbury

Police fire rubber bullets in Westbury
Latest visuals from the #Westbury protests where police and residents are continuing to clash.
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Westbury takes to the streets to march against crime 720
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Westbury takes to the streets to march against crime 720

Westbury takes to the streets to march against crime 720
Residents of Westbury and surrounds took to their streets to march against the recent drug and gang related crime in their areas.
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Mcebisi Jonas resigns as MP
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Mcebisi Jonas resigns as MP

Mcebisi Jonas resigns as MP
Mcebisi Jonas resigns as MP
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Petrol stations filling up ahead of midnight fuel price increase.
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Petrol stations filling up ahead of midnight fuel price increase.

Petrol stations filling up ahead of midnight fuel price increase.
Motorists are rushing to the pumps before the record petrol price kicks-in at midnight. 93 and 95 octane fuel will increase by 99 cents and R1 respectively.
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Go ask the Guptas: Zuma
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Go ask the Guptas: Zuma

Go ask the Guptas: Zuma
PARLIAMENT, 17 March 2016 - DA leader Mmusi Maimane pressured President Jacob Zuma on allegations the Gupta family was appointing ministers.
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President Donald Trump Tweets About South Africa; South Africa Responds | Morning Joe
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President Donald Trump Tweets About South Africa; South Africa Responds | Morning Joe

President Donald Trump Tweets About South Africa; South Africa Responds | Morning Joe
The president also had some time for South African race politics this week when he waded into the issue of 'South Africa land and farm seizures and expropriations...' The panel discusses. President Donald Trump Tweets About South Africa; South Africa Responds | Morning Joe |
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South Africa: Black people waiting to get their land back
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South Africa: Black people waiting to get their land back

South Africa: Black people waiting to get their land back
Twenty-five years after the end of apartheid, land remains one of the most divisive issues in South Africa. The vast majority of the best land is still owned by white farmers. The governing African National Congress wants to change this, but it would require contentious amendments to the constitution.
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Marlboro shack dwellers evicted
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Marlboro shack dwellers evicted

Marlboro shack dwellers evicted
The Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) returned to Marlboro to break down 100 shacks and evict residents.
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University of the Western Cape UWC South Africa - Violent Protests Erupt - Police React With Force!
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University of the Western Cape UWC South Africa - Violent Protests Erupt - Police React With Force!

University of the Western Cape UWC South Africa - Violent Protests Erupt - Police React With Force!
CAPE TOWN -Police have opened fire with rubber bullets at the University of the Western Cape's Bellville campus following renewed protests.
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South Africa/Zimbabwe Border-Violent Riots Rock Beitbridge-Protesters Demand Reversal Of Import Ban
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South Africa/Zimbabwe Border-Violent Riots Rock Beitbridge-Protesters Demand Reversal Of Import Ban

South Africa/Zimbabwe Border-Violent Riots Rock Beitbridge-Protesters Demand Reversal Of Import Ban
Business at South Africa/Zimbabwe’s biggest border post, Beitbridge, came to a standstill for about six hours after hundreds of people from either side of the border demonstrated against the banning of some goods from entering the country following the start of the implementation of a controversial statutory instrument on Friday.
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South Africa: ANC Councillors attack DA council leaders during a Nelson Mandela Bay council sitting!
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South Africa: ANC Councillors attack DA council leaders during a Nelson Mandela Bay council sitting!

South Africa: ANC Councillors attack DA council leaders during a Nelson Mandela Bay council sitting!
ANC councillors have reportedly attacked DA council leaders in the Nelson Mandela Bay metro as tempers flared during a council sitting, according to multiple reports.
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Johannesberg South Africa - Violent Car Window Washers Stab  Motorist In The Head!
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Johannesberg South Africa - Violent Car Window Washers Stab Motorist In The Head!

Johannesberg South Africa - Violent Car Window Washers Stab Motorist In The Head!
CRIME HOTSPOT WARNING TO THE PUBLIC!!! A motorist sustained three stab wounds to the head after he refused the services of window washers in Bruma, Johannesburg.
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South Africa's Parliament passes Land Expropriation Bill.
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South Africa's Parliament passes Land Expropriation Bill.

South Africa's Parliament passes Land Expropriation Bill.
South Africa's Parliament passes Land Expropriation Bill.
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Is land expropriation without compensation the way to go in South Africa?
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Is land expropriation without compensation the way to go in South Africa?

Is land expropriation without compensation the way to go in South Africa?
Economic Freedom Fighters celebrates its fifth anniversary and the Deputy President Floyd Shivambu talks about the party's land policy.
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Future of land reform in South Africa remains unclear.
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Future of land reform in South Africa remains unclear.

Future of land reform in South Africa remains unclear.
Tim Modise is joined by Economic Freedom Fighters Chairperson, Advocate Dali Mpofu, and Advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza SC on The Modise Network.
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Dignity South Africa want assisted dying legalised.
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Dignity South Africa want assisted dying legalised.

Dignity South Africa want assisted dying legalised.
Helping a terminally ill loved one die, according to South African law, is criminally prosecutable and illegal. Dignity South Africa are proposing a change to this law by supporting a bill that will allow assisted death to sound-minded terminally ill patients who have a life expectancy of 12 months or fewer.
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the South African University of Cape Town lowers flag for Women's Day
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the South African University of Cape Town lowers flag for Women's Day

the South African University of Cape Town lowers flag for Women's Day
August 9 - The University of Cape Town is lowering its flag and blacking out its website on Women's Day in protest against the high levels of violence against women and children. UCT Vice Chancellor Max Price says the initiative is to highlight the plight of women.
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Graça Machel: I was deeply disturbed by the death of former Rhodes student Khensani Maseko.
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Graça Machel: I was deeply disturbed by the death of former Rhodes student Khensani Maseko.

Graça Machel: I was deeply disturbed by the death of former Rhodes student Khensani Maseko.
Machel was one of the keynote speakers at UCT's “For Women, By Women” event.
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Who will South Africans be voting for in the 2019 election?
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Who will South Africans be voting for in the 2019 election?

Who will South Africans be voting for in the 2019 election?
In spite of an uncertain road ahead, the ANC remains the top choice for South African voters in the 2019 general election. That’s the word from the latest IPSOS “Pulse of the People” study.
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'Whose land will you take?': 
Lekota asks South African president Cyril Ramaphosa Question & Answer
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'Whose land will you take?': Lekota asks South African president Cyril Ramaphosa Question & Answer

'Whose land will you take?': Lekota asks South African president Cyril Ramaphosa Question & Answer
'Whose land will you take?': Lekota asks South African president Cyril Ramaphosa Q&A
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South African Police Service member arrested for the ORTIA cash heist.
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South African Police Service member arrested for the ORTIA cash heist.

South African Police Service member arrested for the ORTIA cash heist.
SAPS member arrested for the ORTIA cash heist.
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South Africa to declare national disaster in drought-ravaged Western Cape.
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South Africa to declare national disaster in drought-ravaged Western Cape.

South Africa to declare national disaster in drought-ravaged Western Cape.
South Africa's drought-ravaged Western Cape is set to be declared a national disaster within the next week, along with other areas such as the Eastern and Northern Cape. The government maintains a national approach is needed to address the water scarcity.
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State Capture Inquiry continues
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State Capture Inquiry continues

State Capture Inquiry continues
The commission will continue to hear testimony from acting GCIS boss Phumla Williams.
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Update: Joburg building fire
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Update: Joburg building fire

Update: Joburg building fire
eNCA's Silindelo Masikane is there and spoke to Tshepo Mokheranyana of NEHAWU.
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Ajay Gupta in 'disbelief' over allegations
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Ajay Gupta in 'disbelief' over allegations

Ajay Gupta in 'disbelief' over allegations
Ajay Gupta says he plans to return to South Africa. The controversial businessman insists all his dealings are ethical, and above board.
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Mpofu and Makhuru reactions to VBS bank 'heist'
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Mpofu and Makhuru reactions to VBS bank 'heist'

Mpofu and Makhuru reactions to VBS bank 'heist'
eNCA Dimakatso Thugwana was at the Black Management Forum conference in Midrand and joins us now, to speak on the impact of the VBS scandal on transformation.
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Floyd Shivambu implicated in VBS 'heist'
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Floyd Shivambu implicated in VBS 'heist'

Floyd Shivambu implicated in VBS 'heist'
EFF deputy president, Floyd Shivambu is accused of receiving R10-million of the R16-million that the bank reportedly gave his brother, Brian. This is according to investigative journalist, Pauli van Wyk of Scorpio.
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VBS Bank Heist: In conversation with Floyd Shivambu
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VBS Bank Heist: In conversation with Floyd Shivambu

VBS Bank Heist: In conversation with Floyd Shivambu
Floyd Shivambu has finally broken his silence on the VBS scandal. The EFF Deputy President labelled reports implicating him as 'fake news'.
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One of Africa’s most linguistically divided countries heads to the polls l Al Jazeera English
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One of Africa’s most linguistically divided countries heads to the polls l Al Jazeera English

One of Africa’s most linguistically divided countries heads to the polls l Al Jazeera English
Polling stations opened at 8am (07:00GMT) and will close at 6pm (17:00GMT) with more than six million people eligible to cast their ballots. Biya, 85, faces an attempt by the opposition parties to forge a unified front under Maurice Kamto, leader of the Movement for the Rebirth of Cameroon (MRC). Biya has been in power since 1982, making him one of Africa's longest-serving rulers. The election campaign was marked by violent clashes between security officials and opposition party supporters. The growing fight over language in an officially bilingual country has killed hundreds of people and sent more than 200,000 people fleeing Cameroon's southwest and northwest regions.
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Man breaks silence on alleged rape by a catholic priest.
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Man breaks silence on alleged rape by a catholic priest.

Man breaks silence on alleged rape by a catholic priest.
Thirty years after the abuse, William Segodisho details the crimes he says a Jesuit priest committed. Earlier this year, he opened case at the Hillbrow police station and wants the culprit to face criminal prosecution. Church officials have apoligised to Segodisho and say the priest has been removed from all active ministry.
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EFF Leader Julius Malema speaks on VBS scandal, Floyd Shivambu allegations
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EFF Leader Julius Malema speaks on VBS scandal, Floyd Shivambu allegations

EFF Leader Julius Malema speaks on VBS scandal, Floyd Shivambu allegations
EFF Leader Julius Malema addresses media on alleged claims that the party received monies looted from VBS Bank and that both Floyd Shivambu and his brother Brian Shivambu benefited from the R2 billion bank scandal.
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Cameroon Elections
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Cameroon Elections

Cameroon Elections
Cameroon will go to the polls on October 7, 2018, in what is now termed one of the most uncertain and dreaded presidential elections the country has witnessed. The 2018 presidential race will take place in a delicate and volatile context, where fear is rife that the nation could slide into a civil war as violence continues in the Southwest and Northwest regions. Ahead of the Sunday Poll, here’s a look of how the presidential race is shaping up.
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Counting underway after Zimbabwe polls, turnout put at 75%.
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Counting underway after Zimbabwe polls, turnout put at 75%.

Counting underway after Zimbabwe polls, turnout put at 75%.
The election is a two-horse race between 75-year-old President Emmerson Mnangagwa, a long-time Mugabe ally, and 40-year-old Nelson Chamisa, a lawyer and pastor who is vying to become Zimbabwe’s youngest head of state.
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‘Zimbabwe presidential results are unverified and fake’ - MDC Alliance.
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‘Zimbabwe presidential results are unverified and fake’ - MDC Alliance.

‘Zimbabwe presidential results are unverified and fake’ - MDC Alliance.
Zimbabwe’s MDC Alliance’s National Chairperson, Morgan Komichi and Spokesperson Dr Nkululeko Sibanda rejecting election results announced by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission. The two jumped on stage shortly before the announcement of the last batch of results but were quickly whisked away from premises by police.
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Professor Charity Manyeruke discussing the state of Zimbabwe after the elections.
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Professor Charity Manyeruke discussing the state of Zimbabwe after the elections.

Professor Charity Manyeruke discussing the state of Zimbabwe after the elections.
Professor Charity Manyeruke discussing the state of Zimbabwe after the elections.
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The African National Congress seems to be in the lead in the build-up to the 2019 South African elections: IPSOS
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The African National Congress seems to be in the lead in the build-up to the 2019 South African elections: IPSOS

The African National Congress seems to be in the lead in the build-up to the 2019 South African elections: IPSOS
In spite of an uncertain road ahead, the African National Congress (ANC) remains the top choice for South African voters as the next general election approaches.
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Five suspects in court for the Boksburg cash heist in South Africa.
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Five suspects in court for the Boksburg cash heist in South Africa.

Five suspects in court for the Boksburg cash heist in South Africa.
Five suspects in court for the Boksburg cash heist in South Africa.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane Zuma to be charged.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane Zuma to be charged.

Former South African president Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane Zuma to be charged.
Duduzane Zuma will be charged with culpable homicide. This is for a 2014 accident, that resulted in the deaths of two people.
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Themba Maseko to testify at State Capture Inquiry.
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Themba Maseko to testify at State Capture Inquiry.

Themba Maseko to testify at State Capture Inquiry.
Themba Maseko was the first person to point a finger directly at former president Jacob Zuma, over the Gupta family’s influence.
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State Capture Inquiry Adjourns
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State Capture Inquiry Adjourns

State Capture Inquiry Adjourns
Missed any of the State Capture Inquiry today with former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor on the stand? Here's Jeremy Maggs with Erin Bates with a quick look back.
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Gauteng Premier responds to #JoburgFire
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Gauteng Premier responds to #JoburgFire

Gauteng Premier responds to #JoburgFire
Gauteng Premier David Makhura responds to the fire which broke out in a building in Johannesburg's CBD earlier today. According to an official, the blaze has been extinguished but Albertina Sisulu and Pixley Streets remain closed because due to widespread amount of glass.
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Police are yet to make any arrests in connection with the murders of two security guards
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Police are yet to make any arrests in connection with the murders of two security guards

Police are yet to make any arrests in connection with the murders of two security guards
Police are yet to make any arrests in connection with the murders of two security guards in Soweto. The officers were shot dead at point blank range in their patrol vehicle outside Maponya Mall last week.
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The Khashoggi murder fallout
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The Khashoggi murder fallout

The Khashoggi murder fallout
Sky News is reporting that body parts of missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi have been discovered in the garden of the Saudi consul General's home in Istanbul. He disappeared shortly after entering the Saudi consulate in Turkey three weeks ago.
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South Africa bank heist: Can VBS Mutual Bank be saved? | Al Jazeera English
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South Africa bank heist: Can VBS Mutual Bank be saved? | Al Jazeera English

South Africa bank heist: Can VBS Mutual Bank be saved? | Al Jazeera English
It has been called the biggest bank fraud in the South African history. More than $130 million was stolen from VBS Mutual Bank, leading to its collapse. In his maiden budget speech, the local media reported, South Africa's Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has suggested the bank can be saved. But if it isn't, it's the poor who'll end up paying the ultimate price.
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Khoisan King Henry January speaks about  land expropriation
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Khoisan King Henry January speaks about land expropriation

Khoisan King Henry January speaks about land expropriation
Public hearings on the possible amendment of section 25 of the constitution - on land expropriation without compensation - concluded in Kimberley on Saturday. Northern Cape residents were afforded the opportunity to give input on the proposed review of the constitution. Those who made oral submissions say it's important for land to be given back to the rightful owners.
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eNews - 27 October 2018
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eNews - 27 October 2018

eNews - 27 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: For roughly six months four special envoys appointed by the president have been scouting for foreign investment.
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Msimanga calls on president to scrap e-tolls
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Msimanga calls on president to scrap e-tolls

Msimanga calls on president to scrap e-tolls
During a media briefing on the N12 highway on 24 October 2018, DA’s Gauteng premier candidate Solly Msimanga said that e-tolls were crippling the economy and must be scrapped.
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"I wanted to die": The 'hell' of kafala jobs in the Middle East - BBC Africa Eye
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"I wanted to die": The 'hell' of kafala jobs in the Middle East - BBC Africa Eye

"I wanted to die": The 'hell' of kafala jobs in the Middle East - BBC Africa Eye
Many African and Asian countries have banned the recruitment of domestic workers for countries in the Middle East who subscribe to the “kafala” system. Under the system, foreign maids are legally bound to their employer and have limited rights. Employers can take advantage of their position and many women are overworked, underpaid and physically abused. Testimonies from women who escaped and private recordings show a world of powerlessness and abuse, hidden behind closed doors.
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Child rape: 
Not In My Name movement visits Dros restaurant
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Child rape: Not In My Name movement visits Dros restaurant

Child rape: Not In My Name movement visits Dros restaurant
Not In My Name activists have visited the Dros restaurant in Silverton, Pretoria to discuss the rape of a 7-year-old child, on the premises. The activists demanded answers on measures to be taken, to ensure similar incidents don't happen in future.
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Westbury residents set fire to tyres after alleged gang murder
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Westbury residents set fire to tyres after alleged gang murder

Westbury residents set fire to tyres after alleged gang murder
Westbury residents shut down roads on Friday morning and police kept a watchful eye over the angry crowd as protesters took to the streets after a woman was murdered and a seven-year-old was shot in the area on Thursday.
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Jonas: 
The Guptas offered me SA finance minister job
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Jonas: The Guptas offered me SA finance minister job

Jonas: The Guptas offered me SA finance minister job
Deputy Minister of Finance Mcebisi Jonas has broken his silence on being offered the head of SA's Finance Ministry by the controversial Gupta family, and not by President Jacob Zuma.
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Division over Nhlanhla Nene resignation.
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Division over Nhlanhla Nene resignation.

Division over Nhlanhla Nene resignation.
- Many South Africans appear divided over whether Nhlanhla Nene should resign. The Finance minister has reportedly asked President Cyril Ramaphosa to fire him. That's after his admission that he held several meetings with the Guptas at their home and businesses. A few years ago, he told eNCA he'd never formally met them.
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South Africans on land expropriation without compensation.
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South Africans on land expropriation without compensation.

South Africans on land expropriation without compensation.
The final day of the Parliamentary hearings on land came to a close in Thohoyandou, Limpopo on Saturday. In what was billed as a platform for all residents to air their views on amending section 25 of the Constitution, there was clear agreement among the community on the question of land. With supporters from all the major South African political parties out in full force, it was largely both black and white members of the Democratic Alliance (DA) that seemed not to support the call to expropriate land without compensation.
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Swazi King Pledges to Decrease Royal Spending
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Swazi King Pledges to Decrease Royal Spending

Swazi King Pledges to Decrease Royal Spending
Johannesburg, October 26 -- King Mswati the Third has told government to freeze his personal allowance until the economy recovers. This will limit his official spending will be limited to around R4, 3 million a week. Some activists say the announcement is nothing but an empty gesture. The royal budget for 2012 is approximately R 200 million.
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South Africans highly divided over relaxed cannabis laws | Al Jazeera English
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South Africans highly divided over relaxed cannabis laws | Al Jazeera English

South Africans highly divided over relaxed cannabis laws | Al Jazeera English
South Africa's Rastafarian community says a court ruling on cannabis is a victory for their cultural rights. The nation's top court says adults are allowed to grow and smoke it in private. But experts say the new rules may be difficult to police.
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Cameroon displaced speak of death, displacement, trauma
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Cameroon displaced speak of death, displacement, trauma

Cameroon displaced speak of death, displacement, trauma
Conflict in Western Cameroon has forced hundreds of thousands of people out of their homes. English speakers in the region are demanding independence from a Francophone-dominated government. The government has rejected demands for independence, but has said it is open to talks. Meanwhile, both sides of the conflict have been accused of human rights violations and those who have sought refuge inside the country want to return home, but are haunted by the horrors they have witnessed. Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan met one of the displaced families in Douala.
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Vote Counting Underway In Cameroon Presidential Election | Network Africa
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Vote Counting Underway In Cameroon Presidential Election | Network Africa

Vote Counting Underway In Cameroon Presidential Election | Network Africa
Vote Counting Underway In Cameroon Presidential Election | Network Africa
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#TakeBackTheTax calls for clampdown on illicit tobacco trade
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#TakeBackTheTax calls for clampdown on illicit tobacco trade

#TakeBackTheTax calls for clampdown on illicit tobacco trade
The call follows findings by the Nugent Inquiry, that suspended SARS commissioner, Tom Moyane, and other senior staff were actively protecting illegal cigarette makers. The organisation say it feels vindicated by the findings. We spoke to spokesperson, Yusuf Abramjee in studio.
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UPDATE: Police, protesters clash at Omotoso church
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UPDATE: Police, protesters clash at Omotoso church

UPDATE: Police, protesters clash at Omotoso church
Tensions are high outside Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso's Jesus Dominion International church in Port Elizabeth as EFF and ANC join hands to protest against the church.
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#Omotoso back in court
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#Omotoso back in court

#Omotoso back in court
eNCA reporter Athi Mtongana is outside the High Court in Port Elizabeth, where crowds of people have been gathering since the start of the trial.
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Protests expected outside ANC headquarters
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Protests expected outside ANC headquarters

Protests expected outside ANC headquarters
Residents from Freedom Park and Lehae, south of Johannesburg, are expected to demonstrate outside the ANC's headquarters, Luthuli House today. They want the ANC to put pressure on the Gauteng government, to deal with their concerns over land.
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#TimothyOmotoso: Cheryl Zondi testifies
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#TimothyOmotoso: Cheryl Zondi testifies

#TimothyOmotoso: Cheryl Zondi testifies
Cheryl Zondi, one of the girls who has accused Durban based Pastor Timothy Omotoso of sexual abuse is back on the witness stand in the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth.
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PM Abiy Ahmed: Protesting soldiers were attempting a coup
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PM Abiy Ahmed: Protesting soldiers were attempting a coup

PM Abiy Ahmed: Protesting soldiers were attempting a coup
There's been a startling revelation from Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali. It's been just over a week since soldiers marched on his palace. At the time, he described it as nothing more than a pay dispute. Now, the premier has told the country that it was actually a coup attempt.
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Exclusive interview with Ugandan MP Bobi Wine
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Exclusive interview with Ugandan MP Bobi Wine

Exclusive interview with Ugandan MP Bobi Wine
Uganda's pop star MP Bobi Wine speaks exclusively to BBC Swahili's Zuhura Yunus in the US, where he has been receiving medical treatment. The military denies his allegation that he was assaulted in their custody.
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Community members shutdown Westbury
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Community members shutdown Westbury

Community members shutdown Westbury
A woman died in an alleged gang-related shootout near the Rahima Moosa Hospital in Coronationville on Thursday. She and her son were caught in the crossfire.
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Chaotic scenes at Westbury shooting
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Chaotic scenes at Westbury shooting

Chaotic scenes at Westbury shooting
Westbury community members are protesting after a woman was shot dead when she was caught in gang crossfire. Her son is recovering in hospital.
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Calm restored at Westbury after protest
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Calm restored at Westbury after protest

Calm restored at Westbury after protest
The situation is now calm following violent protests in Westbury in Johannesburg today. Residents are fed up with drugs and gangsterism in the area.
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I had no business with Jonas and the Guptas 
- Zuma
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I had no business with Jonas and the Guptas - Zuma

I had no business with Jonas and the Guptas - Zuma
Responding to a question in Parliament by Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane regarding the claim by deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas that the Gupta family had offered him the position of finance minister‚ Zuma said if Jonas said that‚ he and the Guptas should be asked the question. “Ask them. Don’t ask me‚” said Zuma‚ querying where he came in. “I am in charge. No minister was ever appointed by the Guptas or anyone else. I appoint the ministers‚” he added.
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EFF rejects Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's apology
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EFF rejects Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's apology

EFF rejects Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's apology
Economic Freedom Fighters insists Nene must vacate his office.
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Nhlanha Nene's resignation strengthens Zondo Commission into state capture: SACP
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Nhlanha Nene's resignation strengthens Zondo Commission into state capture: SACP

Nhlanha Nene's resignation strengthens Zondo Commission into state capture: SACP
The SACP's First Deputy General Secretary, Solly Mapaila says Nhlanhla Nene's removal is proof the Zondo Commission is getting to the bottom of state capture.
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Land debate hearings begin in Northern Cape and Limpopo
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Land debate hearings begin in Northern Cape and Limpopo

Land debate hearings begin in Northern Cape and Limpopo
Public hearings into the amendment of Section 25 of the Constitution, looking at land expropriation without compensation starts today.
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Tito Mboweni's first cabinet meeting
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Tito Mboweni's first cabinet meeting

Tito Mboweni's first cabinet meeting
New Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will be attending his first cabinet meeting. eNCA's Annika Larsen joins us now from Parliament.
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eNews - 14 October 2018
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eNews - 14 October 2018

eNews - 14 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: President Cyril Ramaphosa handed over 4000 hectares of land to the KwaMkhwanazi community.
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eNews - 07 October 2018
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eNews - 07 October 2018

eNews - 07 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: AmaZulu King Goodwill Zwelithini KaBhekuzulu has called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to provide clarity on the land reform issue.
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Slikour pays tribute HHP
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Slikour pays tribute HHP

Slikour pays tribute HHP
Former Skwatta Kamp member and now solo artist, Slikour, who's been on the hip-hop scene for many years, pays tribute to HHP.
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The judge was asked to recuse himself
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The judge was asked to recuse himself

The judge was asked to recuse himself
A new witness is expected to take the stand in the rape and human trafficking trial of Pastor Timothy Omotoso. He and two others are accused of trafficking over 30 women and girls from the Jesus Dominion International church in Port Elizabeth.
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South African President Ramaphosa reacts to plots to oust him
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South African President Ramaphosa reacts to plots to oust him

South African President Ramaphosa reacts to plots to oust him
President Cyril Ramaphosa has for the first time reacted to reports about secret meetings to oust him and he’s warned there are plans by some people to divide the African National Congress (ANC).
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Westbury testimonies on drug abuse in the community
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Westbury testimonies on drug abuse in the community

Westbury testimonies on drug abuse in the community
In support of the international day against drug abuse and illicit trafficking, community members from Westbury shared their stories at an activation against drug abuse.
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DA Chief Whip resigns in support of De Lille
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DA Chief Whip resigns in support of De Lille

DA Chief Whip resigns in support of De Lille
DA Chief Whip Shaun August has resigned in support of Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille.
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Patricia de Lille speaks to eNCA after court rules in her favour
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Patricia de Lille speaks to eNCA after court rules in her favour

Patricia de Lille speaks to eNCA after court rules in her favour
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille is delighted following the court's decision to rule in her favour on her DA membership. She speaks to eNCA's Leeanne Jansen on her plans moving forward.
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VBS customers left high and dry
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VBS customers left high and dry

VBS customers left high and dry
The fallout from the VBS heist scandal continues and it’s ordinary people in Limpopo who feel let down the most.
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South Africa to hold general elections in May 2019
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South Africa to hold general elections in May 2019

South Africa to hold general elections in May 2019
South Africans will head to polls in May 2019, officials said Wednesday, with President Cyril Ramaphosa and the ruling ANC party seeking to reverse growing voter discontent over the weak economy. The ANC, which has held power since the end of apartheid in 1994, recorded its worst electoral performance in local polls in 2016 before it replaced scandal-tainted Jacob Zuma with Ramaphosa earlier this year.
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RAW VIDEO: Deadly Pretoria train crash
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RAW VIDEO: Deadly Pretoria train crash

RAW VIDEO: Deadly Pretoria train crash
Three people died, and over 300 injured during the collision at the Mountain View station. This video was supplied to Eyewitness News by a witness on the scene.
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UPDATE: School racism to be probed
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UPDATE: School racism to be probed

UPDATE: School racism to be probed
North West Education Department officials are headed to Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke. They're probing racism allegations after a photo emerged showing what appears to be children separated on the basis of race.
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Foot and mouth disease
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Foot and mouth disease

Foot and mouth disease
South Africa's livestock industry is suffering a blow. The highly contagious foot and mouth disease has been detected in Limpopo's Vhembe province.
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WATCH: The church is bigger than Bushiri 
- ECG Church spokesperson
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WATCH: The church is bigger than Bushiri - ECG Church spokesperson

WATCH: The church is bigger than Bushiri - ECG Church spokesperson
Prophet Bushiri’s Enlightened Christian Gathering church briefed the media on events following a deadly stampede at the church on December 28, 2018. Speaking for Bushiri, Maynard Manyowa expressed the churches’ regret at the loss of life during the incident at the Tshwane Events Centre. Manyowa also distanced the Prophet from any responsibility pertaining to the day-to-day running of the church, saying that three church members have been suspended pending further investigations.
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eNews - 10 January 2019
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eNews - 10 January 2019

eNews - 10 January 2019
IN THIS BULLETIN: Racism, in 2019. Or is it? Education authorities have decided to investigate whether racial segregation is part of school life at Schweizer-Reneke primary school.
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Zondo commission resumes on Monday
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Zondo commission resumes on Monday

Zondo commission resumes on Monday
It's expected Angelo Agrizzi will implicate a sitting minister in his testimony at the Zondo commission this week. Agrizzi's set to resume testimony on Monday morning. It will be the fourth day of evidence from the former chief operating officer of Bosasa. Agrizzi remains in witness protection. He's tipped to secure immunity as a state witness in cases that may stem from his state capture testimony.
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South Africa's first legal rhino horn auction gets underway
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South Africa's first legal rhino horn auction gets underway

South Africa's first legal rhino horn auction gets underway
South Africa's first legal auction of rhino horns opened for bids on Wednesday. 264 horns went on sale after the owner of the world's biggest private rhino herd won a court case against the government.
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JMPD officials have been arrested following an internal investigation into corruption
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JMPD officials have been arrested following an internal investigation into corruption

JMPD officials have been arrested following an internal investigation into corruption
Three JMPD officials have been arrested following an internal investigation into corruption. They're accused of demanding a 20-thousand rand bribe from a shop owner. It's alleged the shop-owner was making and selling local IDs. Together, the officers have about a decade of experience with the JMPD.
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Zimbabwe protests turn violent
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Zimbabwe protests turn violent

Zimbabwe protests turn violent
For more on the protests in Zimbabwe as well as the Zimbabwean president's trip abroad we speak to our reporter Ephert Musekiwa in Harare.
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UPDATE: Bushiri's ECG media briefing
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UPDATE: Bushiri's ECG media briefing

UPDATE: Bushiri's ECG media briefing
The Enlightened Christian Gathering Church of Prophet Shepherd Bushiri has provided an update on internal investigations and mechanisms put in place to avoid a repeat of the unfortunate incident that claimed three lives during a stampede in December 2018.
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Angelo Agrizzi getuig voor Zondo – IN GESPREK | 16 JAN 2019 | kykNET
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Angelo Agrizzi getuig voor Zondo – IN GESPREK | 16 JAN 2019 | kykNET

Angelo Agrizzi getuig voor Zondo – IN GESPREK | 16 JAN 2019 | kykNET
Angelo Agrizzi getuig voor Zondo – IN GESPREK | 16 JAN 2019 | kykNET Onderhoud met Pieter du Toit en insetsel oor die getuienis wat Bosasa se voormalige bedryfshoof, Angelo Agrizzi, vandag voor die staatskapingskommissie gelewer het. Angelo Agrizzi testiefies before Zondo – IN GESPREK | 16 JAN 2019 | kykNET Interview with Pieter du Toit and insert about the testimony of the former operations chief of Bosasa, Angelo Agrizzi, at the State Capture Commission today.
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Riverside Terror Attack Nairobi, January 15th, 2019
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Riverside Terror Attack Nairobi, January 15th, 2019

Riverside Terror Attack Nairobi, January 15th, 2019
Riverside Terror Attack Nairobi, January 15th, 2019
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Mokgoro inquiry | Jiba, Mrwebi's fitness to hold office to be tested
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Mokgoro inquiry | Jiba, Mrwebi's fitness to hold office to be tested

Mokgoro inquiry | Jiba, Mrwebi's fitness to hold office to be tested
The inquiry into the fitness of suspended NPA senior advocates Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi to hold office is set to begin in Pretoria this morning. Jiba - the Deputy National Director of Public Prosecutions and Mwebi - the special director of public prosecutions - were suspended in October by President Cyril Ramaphosa following his decision to institute an inquiry into their fitness to hold office. The pair is accused of maladministration and misconduct. Retired Constitutional Court justice Yvonne Mokgoro will preside over the inquiry which must submit its final report to President Ramaphosa by the 9th of March. Our reporter Sipho Stuurman is covering the story for us and he joins us from Pretoria.
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Gareth van Onselen, author of "South Africa's Secret Police"
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Gareth van Onselen, author of "South Africa's Secret Police"

Gareth van Onselen, author of "South Africa's Secret Police"
A report by Gareth van Onselen, on behalf of the Institute of Race Relations, reveals the money spent on protecting South Africa's powerful runs into billions. He joins us in studio to unpack the report, "South Africa's Secret Police".
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Nehawu workers protest against Sassa's  biometric system
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Nehawu workers protest against Sassa's biometric system

Nehawu workers protest against Sassa's biometric system
Nehawu workers downed tools on October 10 2018 at Sassa offices around the country. Their protest is against the biometric system. Protest are said to continue indefinitely.
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Cameroon conflict: 
Hundreds killed in recent violence | Al Jazeera English
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Cameroon conflict: Hundreds killed in recent violence | Al Jazeera English

Cameroon conflict: Hundreds killed in recent violence | Al Jazeera English
In Cameroon, hundreds of people have died and thousands were forced to flee their homes after almost two years of conflict between English and French speakers. Recent presidential elections have only increased tensions.
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Cameroon Elections Report
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Cameroon Elections Report

Cameroon Elections Report
It's been four days since Cameroonians went to the polls in the country's presidential elections. With election results expected to take at least 15 days to be released, here is a recap of what has transpired since the Sunday poll.
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WATCH: Andile Lungisa found guilty of assault
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WATCH: Andile Lungisa found guilty of assault

WATCH: Andile Lungisa found guilty of assault
ANC Eastern Cape heavyweight Andile Lungisa has been found guilty of assault with the intent to cause grievous bodily harm after smashing a glass jug over the head of former member of the mayoral committee Rano Kayser. The incident happened during a Nelson Mandela Bay council meeting in October 2016.
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More witnesses come forward #Omotosoatrial
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More witnesses come forward #Omotosoatrial

More witnesses come forward #Omotosoatrial
As the trial of rape-accused pastor Timothy Omotoso unfolds, others are coming forward with disturbing claims relating to the self-proclaimed “man of God.” Omotoso’s Jesus Dominion International church is still operating in Durban, where young girls were allegedly kept in upmarket houses against their will. We Dasen Thathiah spoke to one of the church’s former members who says she rejected the pastor’s advances.
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Vague and unclear 
| SARS IT chief Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane
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Vague and unclear | SARS IT chief Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane

Vague and unclear | SARS IT chief Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane
SARS IT chief Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane is appearing before the Nugent commission which is probing tax administration and governance issues at SARS.
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It wasn’t my fault, says Markus Jooste of #Steinhoff crash
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It wasn’t my fault, says Markus Jooste of #Steinhoff crash

It wasn’t my fault, says Markus Jooste of #Steinhoff crash
It wasn’t me, I am not to blame, ex-Steinhoff boss Markus Jooste told South African law makers who are trying to get to the bottom of the biggest corporate scandal in South Africa's history that's lost a lot of people a lot of money.
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State Capture Inquiry’s Secretary implicated in Bosasa scandal, takes leave
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State Capture Inquiry’s Secretary implicated in Bosasa scandal, takes leave

State Capture Inquiry’s Secretary implicated in Bosasa scandal, takes leave
The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture has announced that its now investigating allegations levelled against its secretary Dr. Khotso De Wee, who has been implicated in the evidence of former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi. The Commission released a statement this afternoon saying it takes allegations against De Wee in a serious light. Agrizzi who is continuing to give his testimony implicated De Wee in his affidavit as one of the Senior Officials of the Department of Justice who was paid bribes by Bosasa.
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Schweizer Reneke teacher speaks out
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Schweizer Reneke teacher speaks out

Schweizer Reneke teacher speaks out
Elana Barkhuizen was suspended last week after her photo went viral showing black and white pupils seated at separate tables in a grade R classroom.
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Zimbabwe civilians ‘traumatised’ by unjustified attacks
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Zimbabwe civilians ‘traumatised’ by unjustified attacks

Zimbabwe civilians ‘traumatised’ by unjustified attacks
A year ago Zimbabwe was supposedly turning a page with the fall of Robert Mugabe. But in recent days our screens have been filled with pictures taking us right back to the darkest days of the Mugabe era. New president Emmerson Mnangagwa says claims that security forces tortured and killed protesters will be investigated. Fresh reports of civilians being beaten by men in black ski masks have led to fears that any promise of a new democracy, is nothing but a false dawn.
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WATCH: Bosasa employees caught on camera at ANC MP's home
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WATCH: Bosasa employees caught on camera at ANC MP's home

WATCH: Bosasa employees caught on camera at ANC MP's home
Video footage obtained by News24 may cast doubt on top ANC MP Vincent Smith’s denial that controversial facilities management company Bosasa installed a high-end CCTV system at his Roodepoort home, valued at R200 000, free of charge.
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KNEC ON THE SPOT: North Eastern leaders cry foul over over cancelled KCSE results
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KNEC ON THE SPOT: North Eastern leaders cry foul over over cancelled KCSE results

KNEC ON THE SPOT: North Eastern leaders cry foul over over cancelled KCSE results
KNEC ON THE SPOT: North Eastern leaders cry foul over over cancelled KCSE results
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Omotoso rape trial | Case postponed to 16 April 2019
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Omotoso rape trial | Case postponed to 16 April 2019

Omotoso rape trial | Case postponed to 16 April 2019
The trial of evangelist Timothy Omotoso and his two co-accused has been postponed again. Judge Mandela Makaula has provisionally postponed to the 16th April pending the outcome of the petition by Omotoso's defence team to the constitutional court. Defence lawyer Peter Daubermann has approached the highest court to file an application to have Judge Makaula recuse himself. He also wants the charges quashed. The Supreme Court of Appeal last year rejected Daubermanns' application for leave to appeal Makaula's decision not to recuse himself. Daubermann maintains his clients are uncomfortable with what they deem a biased and sympathetic position towards the first witness, Cheryl Zondi, by judge Makaula. For more on the story, we cross back to our reporter, Jayed-Leigh Paulse in court.
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Supra Mahumapelo back in court
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Supra Mahumapelo back in court

Supra Mahumapelo back in court
Former North West ANC chairperson and premier, Supra Mahumapelo, is back in court this morning. He and four others are challenging the national ANC's decision to disband his provincial executive committee. eNCA's Aldrin Sampear is following that case for us and has more from court. Courtesy #DStv403
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Top 5 moments from Sona 2019
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Top 5 moments from Sona 2019

Top 5 moments from Sona 2019
Check out the highlights of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s 2019 State of the Nation Address.
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State Capture Inquiry | Analysis of Adriaan Basson's testimony
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State Capture Inquiry | Analysis of Adriaan Basson's testimony

State Capture Inquiry | Analysis of Adriaan Basson's testimony
Another blow for the facility and Management Company BOSASA at the commission into state capture. This as News24's editor-in-chief Adriaan Basson detailed to the commission how he was threatened by the company for investigating it. He revealed that Bosasa used its employees to intimidate him. Basson gave his testimony at the commission under way in Parktown, Johannesburg.
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ECG congregants welcome Bushiri's release on bail
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ECG congregants welcome Bushiri's release on bail

ECG congregants welcome Bushiri's release on bail
Members of the church have been gathering outside court since since early morning.
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Eskom implements stage 3 loadshedding
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Eskom implements stage 3 loadshedding

Eskom implements stage 3 loadshedding
For the latest on the Eskom's loadshedding woes, we are joined in studio by Tebogo Khaas..
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Ramaphosa talks on Eskom during Sona responce
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Ramaphosa talks on Eskom during Sona responce

Ramaphosa talks on Eskom during Sona responce
President Cyril Ramaphosa says there is no silver bullet to fix the crisis at Eskom. Ramaphosa responded to the State of the Nation Address debate on Thursday. 
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Watson questioned loyalties
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Watson questioned loyalties

Watson questioned loyalties
Richard le Roux is on the stand before the Zondo commission. He says that in 2017 CEO Gavin Watson called him and asked where his loyalties lay within the organisation.
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Countdown to Budget Speech 2019
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Countdown to Budget Speech 2019

Countdown to Budget Speech 2019
Economists are warning that funding for various government-controlled sectors, such as health and education, may be affected due to Eskom's dire financial situation. This as Finance Minister Tito Mboweni prepares to deliver his Budget speech in the National Assembly today.
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Eskom's board chair Jabu Mabuza is expected to testify
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Eskom's board chair Jabu Mabuza is expected to testify

Eskom's board chair Jabu Mabuza is expected to testify
Eskom's board chair Jabu Mabuza is expected to testify at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry tomorrow. The inquiry’s Eskom chapter opened yesterday with reports tabled on alleged criminality involving the ailing parastatal, McKinsey and Gupta-linked companies.
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WATCH: Gavin Watson belittles Bosasa staff, talks of his tender ‘networks’
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WATCH: Gavin Watson belittles Bosasa staff, talks of his tender ‘networks’

WATCH: Gavin Watson belittles Bosasa staff, talks of his tender ‘networks’
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eNews - 26 February 2019
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eNews - 26 February 2019

eNews - 26 February 2019
IN THIS BULLETIN: A 50-year old Cape Town man is the envy of all South Africans. He's the winner of a record 2-hundred and thirty-two-million rand Powerball jackpot.
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State Capture Inquiry | Mxolisi Dukwana's revelations - Ntlantla Kgatlhane
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State Capture Inquiry | Mxolisi Dukwana's revelations - Ntlantla Kgatlhane

State Capture Inquiry | Mxolisi Dukwana's revelations - Ntlantla Kgatlhane
Former Free State Economic Development MEC Mxolisi Dukwana detailed the nature of the relationship which ANC secretary-general and former premier Ace Magashule allegedly has with the controversial Gupta family. Earlier, Dukwana told the commission of inquiry into state capture in Parktown Johannesburg, that the Guptas were paying Magashule and Duduzane Zuma one-million-rand per month each. Dukwana said Tony Gupta made the revelation while he was trying to convince him to sign a letter which would have appointed a Gupta-affiliated company to handle two major development contracts in the Free State. According to Dukwana, Magashule took him to the Gupta family's Saxonwold compound under the pretext that they were attending a fundraising dinner for the ANC. Our reporter Ntlantla Kgatlhane was there and has more.
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Mbalula: ANC NEC was quiet when I brought up Ajay Gupta
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Mbalula: ANC NEC was quiet when I brought up Ajay Gupta

Mbalula: ANC NEC was quiet when I brought up Ajay Gupta
ANC head of elections Fikile Mbalula appeared before the Zondo commission of inquiry on Friday, saying Ajay Gupta he congratulated him for his appointment as Minister of Sports before it was announced by President Jacob Zuma in 2010.
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eNews - 17 April 2019
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eNews - 17 April 2019

eNews - 17 April 2019
IN THIS BULLETIN: The eNCA election bus was in Orania in the Northern Cape. Our team wants to find out what residents of the controversial town expect from this year's elections.
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DRC: Record 26 Ebola deaths in single day
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DRC: Record 26 Ebola deaths in single day

DRC: Record 26 Ebola deaths in single day
*Congolese health authorities have announced a record 26 deaths for Sunday alone among those affected by the Ebola epidemic in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.* In the province of North Kivu, "26 new deaths of confirmed cases" were recorded on April 28, indicates the Ministry of Health in its daily bulletin on the epidemiological situation dated Monday. "All 26 people died on Sunday, April 28" and "this is the first time this figure has been reached," adds the Ministry of Health
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Duduzane Zuma case postponed
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Duduzane Zuma case postponed

Duduzane Zuma case postponed
Former president Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane has been testifying at the Randburg Magistrate's Court.
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SA must get the government they deserve
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SA must get the government they deserve

SA must get the government they deserve
EFF President Julius Malema says, Cyril Ramaphosa must not allow white monopoly capital to choose ministers.
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Nigerian court begins hearing challenge to Buhari's win
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Nigerian court begins hearing challenge to Buhari's win

Nigerian court begins hearing challenge to Buhari's win
A panel of five judges in Nigeria on Wednesday began hearing a legal challenge by opposition parties to the victory of President Muhammadu Buhari in February elections. President of the Court of Appeal, Zainab Bulkachuwa, said four petitions had been lodged by opposition parties against the results of the February 23 poll, in which Buhari was re-elected for a second term with 56 percent of the vote. Africanews on YouTube brings you a daily dose of news, produced and realised in Africa, by and for Africans. Africanews is the first pan-African multilingual media outlet, unique in its concept and vision.
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Prof Susan Booysen on SA's 2019 polls, Pres Ramaphosa's new cabinet
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Prof Susan Booysen on SA's 2019 polls, Pres Ramaphosa's new cabinet

Prof Susan Booysen on SA's 2019 polls, Pres Ramaphosa's new cabinet
President Cyril Ramaphosa has called for a special national executive committee meeting of the ANC's top members. The meeting, which is scheduled for Monday 13th May 2019 is likely to focus on Ramaphosa's new cabinet for his upcoming presidential term. Now to discuss this further we are joined in studio by Professor Susan Booysen, the Director of Research at the Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection.
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DISCUSSION: Forest High School learner court appearance
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DISCUSSION: Forest High School learner court appearance

DISCUSSION: Forest High School learner court appearance
A 19 year old learner from Forest High School in Turfontein appeared in court on Wednesday after he allegedly stabbed and killed a fellow pupil.
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State Capture Inquiry | Phumeza Nhantsi defends BnP Capital loan
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State Capture Inquiry | Phumeza Nhantsi defends BnP Capital loan

State Capture Inquiry | Phumeza Nhantsi defends BnP Capital loan
Former SAA Chief Financial Officer Phumeza Nhantsi has shed light on why the airlines used transaction advisory services cost millions of rand. The former CFO was testifying before the state capture commission of inquiry in Parktown.
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Gordhan to take Public Protector’s report on review: Bernard Hotz
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Gordhan to take Public Protector’s report on review: Bernard Hotz

Gordhan to take Public Protector’s report on review: Bernard Hotz
More findings by the Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, against Minister Pravin Gordhan are set to go to court. Today Mkhwebane released a report saying that Gordhan violated the constitution when he ratified the creation of the so-called Rogue Unit within SARS. Gordhan was the SARS commissioner at the time. She claims the unit was illegal and intelligence equipment was wrongfully procured for it. Gordhan says her findings are biased, the facts are wrong and his lawyers are preparing an urgent application for a judicial review. In an earlier report, Mkhwebane found Gordhan was unethical when he gave his deputy, Ivan Pillay, early retirement from SARS. The report is currently pending review in the High Court. Well Pillay himself has issued a statement today and we're joined on the line by his lawyer, Bernard Hotz from Werksmans Attorneys.
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Guptagate probe report only scratches the surface
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Guptagate probe report only scratches the surface

Guptagate probe report only scratches the surface
Pretoria, May 19 - Ministers are adamant that no executive authority was given for the jet carrying Gupta wedding guests to land at Waterkloof Air Force Base. The probe has found that Head of State Protocol Bruce Koloane made sure that the controversial family was afforded diplomatic privileges.
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ANC's Magashule reacts to Zuma's State Capture testimony
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ANC's Magashule reacts to Zuma's State Capture testimony

ANC's Magashule reacts to Zuma's State Capture testimony
For more on former President Jacob Zuma second day at the State Capture Inquiry we cross to our reporter Mzwandile Mbeje in Parktown.
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President Cyril Ramaphosa meets political parties over COVID-19
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President Cyril Ramaphosa meets political parties over COVID-19

President Cyril Ramaphosa meets political parties over COVID-19
President Ramaphosa will be meeting with leaders of political parties this morning following his declaration of the state of national disaster on Sunday. He pledged when he made his speech to consult with leaders of political parties as the country implements strategies to combat the coronavirus.
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Man charged for alleged child rape in restaurant
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Man charged for alleged child rape in restaurant

Man charged for alleged child rape in restaurant
A 21-year-old man has been charged for allegedly raping a child on Saturday afternoon at a Pretoria restaurant. It is alleged the rape occurred in the men's bathroom of a Dros restaurant. A social media post, cited by a newspaper, indicated he had been scouting his victim in the children's area. Another newspaper reports that male patrons assaulted the man after he was found. Dros says it has been in touch with the family to convey sympathy and offer assistance.
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KZN man released after 14 years wrongfully convicted of rape
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KZN man released after 14 years wrongfully convicted of rape

KZN man released after 14 years wrongfully convicted of rape
A young man from Umlazi in KwaZulu-Natal has been released from prison after being acquitted of rape. Courtesy #DSTV403.
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Nhlanhla Nene's rise and fall
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Nhlanhla Nene's rise and fall

Nhlanhla Nene's rise and fall
Nhlanhla Nene is no longer South Africa’s finance minister. After two stints in the role, Nene stepped down following his dishonesty over liaisons with the Gupta family.
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WATCH - Nene out, Mboweni in: 
Here's everything you need to know
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WATCH - Nene out, Mboweni in: Here's everything you need to know

WATCH - Nene out, Mboweni in: Here's everything you need to know
President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Tuesday afternoon that former Reserve Bank Governor Tito Mboweni would be the new finance minister. Ramaphosa made the announcement from Tuynhys in Parliament. Mboweni is replacing Nhlanhla Nene with immediate effect.
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Swaziland residents question king's rule
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Swaziland residents question king's rule

Swaziland residents question king's rule
The king of the tiny African nation of Swaziland is facing mounting discontent over his lavish life style.   While King Msawati the third and his 13 wives live in luxury, it is a much different story for most of his subjects.
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Land hearings drawing to a close
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Land hearings drawing to a close

Land hearings drawing to a close
Public hearings on land expropriation without compensation are drawing to a close. The chairperson of Parliament's review committee on land, Vincent Smith, has lashed out at political parties scripting arguments during proceedings. Smith says this is a fruitless exercise that lengthens the process unnecessarily. He joined us on Morning News Today.
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Free State land hearings
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Free State land hearings

Free State land hearings
Public hearings on land expropriation without compensation continued in Mpumalanga and the Free State today. Parliament's Constitutional Review Committee is hearing the views of South Africans, on the proposed change. Free State residents had this to say.
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Bell Pottinger co-founder Lord Bell on scandal in South Africa  - BBC Newsnight
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Bell Pottinger co-founder Lord Bell on scandal in South Africa - BBC Newsnight

Bell Pottinger co-founder Lord Bell on scandal in South Africa - BBC Newsnight
The Chief Executive of PR firm Bell Pottinger has resigned following a damning report into the company's operation in South Africa for controversial Indian magnates the Gupta family. The company has also been expelled from industry body the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA). The expulsion will take immediate effect and constitutes "the most serious sanction" the PRCA can institute. The founder of Bell Pottinger, Lord Tim Bell resigned from his firm last year and he joins Kirsty Wark in the studio.
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How was grant money channeled to VBS bank?
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How was grant money channeled to VBS bank?

How was grant money channeled to VBS bank?
The North West Standing Committee on Public Accounts is probing how grant money was channelled to VBS bank. Three of the four municipalities that invested in the bank faced a day of scathing criticism from the committee.
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DA's reaction to the VBS report
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DA's reaction to the VBS report

DA's reaction to the VBS report
Law enforcement authorities begin to close in on those who looted VBS bank.
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Update on the VBS Bank 'heist'
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Update on the VBS Bank 'heist'

Update on the VBS Bank 'heist'
eNCA's reporter Michael Appel brings a quick update on this story.
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Pik Botha dies
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Pik Botha dies

Pik Botha dies
Apartheid-era former Foreign Affairs Minister Pik Botha has died. Botha died at his home in Pretoria last night. He was 86-years old.
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The memorial service for Heather Peterson
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The memorial service for Heather Peterson

The memorial service for Heather Peterson
Friends, family and the community of Westbury gathered to celebrate and commemorate the life of Heather Peterson. The 45-year-old mother of 5 was caught in the crossfire during an alleged gang-related shooting just a few metres from her home.
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The Modise Network | The VBS Mutual Bank ‘heist’| 13 October 2018
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The Modise Network | The VBS Mutual Bank ‘heist’| 13 October 2018

The Modise Network | The VBS Mutual Bank ‘heist’| 13 October 2018
The report describes the VBS Mutual Bank as “corrupt and rotten to the core.”
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Heated cross-examination continues in Omotoso rape trial.
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Heated cross-examination continues in Omotoso rape trial.

Heated cross-examination continues in Omotoso rape trial.
Cheryl Zondi broke down during cross-examination at Timothy Omotoso's rape trial at the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth on Tuesday. She faced a barrage of tough questions from Omotoso's lawyer Peter Daubermann.
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South Africa: a pastor under fire for making people eat rats, snakes, stripping them naked
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South Africa: a pastor under fire for making people eat rats, snakes, stripping them naked

South Africa: a pastor under fire for making people eat rats, snakes, stripping them naked
We head to Pretoria, the capital of South Africa, in an evangelic church that brought a lot of concerns, including our observer, the bishop Malusi Mpumlwana. For the bishop, the church is "infamous", practicing "out of line rituals": the pastor there jumps on people, slaps them, makes them eat snakes and rats. "The shocking thing is the power he has on people", says the bishop, warning of tensions between Pretorian communities. The Observers program brings you the best amateur images from around the world, all verified by France 24 journalists. To see more reports from our Observers – and to become an Observer yourself!
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Cameroon Anglophone crisis: Child refugees in Nigeria seek help |
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Cameroon Anglophone crisis: Child refugees in Nigeria seek help |

Cameroon Anglophone crisis: Child refugees in Nigeria seek help |
Violence between Francophone state forces and English-speaking separatists has forced of thousands of Cameroonian refugees into Nigeria, splintering families and leaving many people sleeping rough, without access to staples such as food, clothing and education More than 25,000 people have crossed the border into Nigeria to escape the fighting. Many are school-aged children and the United Nations and local authorities are trying to come up with a plan to provide education services for students who have not had access to schools since fleeing Cameroon.
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Race for the presidency is on in Cameroon 
| Al Jazeera English
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Race for the presidency is on in Cameroon | Al Jazeera English

Race for the presidency is on in Cameroon | Al Jazeera English
Campaigning is under way for Cameroon's presidential elections, which are set for October 7. President Paul Biya, who has been in power since 1982, is seeking re-election despite protests and increasing calls for autonomy in the Anglophone part of the country.
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What’s behind the crisis in Cameroon’s English-speaking regions?
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What’s behind the crisis in Cameroon’s English-speaking regions?

What’s behind the crisis in Cameroon’s English-speaking regions?
As Cameroon nears presidential elections on October 7, calls for an independent state in the English-speaking western regions of the country continue to grow. So, what’s behind the Anglophone crisis in the central African nation?
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Cameroon vote counting begins in key election
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Cameroon vote counting begins in key election

Cameroon vote counting begins in key election
Polls closed in Cameroon Sunday evening and vote counting began in an election that will likely see Africa’s oldest leader win another term amid fighting and threats from separatists that prevented residents in English-speaking regions from voting. President Paul Biya, in office since 1982, vows to end a crisis that has killed more than 400 people in the Central African nation’s Southwest and Northwest territories in more than a year. The fractured opposition has been unable to rally behind a strong challenger to the 85-year-old leader.
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Andile Lungisa sentenced to 2 years direct imprisonment
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Andile Lungisa sentenced to 2 years direct imprisonment

Andile Lungisa sentenced to 2 years direct imprisonment
Andile Lungisa sentenced to 2 years direct imprisonment
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Kingon expected to testify at SARS inquiry
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Kingon expected to testify at SARS inquiry

Kingon expected to testify at SARS inquiry
Acting Sars Commissioner Mark Kingon is expected to testify at the Nugent Commission of Inquiry today. He was temporarily appointed to take over while commissioner Tom Moyane is on suspension. The inquiry is probing tax administration and governance issues at the South African Revenue Service. eNCA reporter Heidi Giokos is following that hearing for us and joins us live.
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Sars commission of inquiry
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Sars commission of inquiry

Sars commission of inquiry
The second instalment of public hearings in the SARS Commission of Inquiry began today. The Nugent Commission is probing tax administration and governance issues at the revenue service.
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Cheryl Zondi concludes testimony in the Omotoso trial
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Cheryl Zondi concludes testimony in the Omotoso trial

Cheryl Zondi concludes testimony in the Omotoso trial
The first witness who was called in the Omotoso trial has concluded her cross-examination for now in the Port Elizabeth High Court. The court heard harrowing evidence from by Cheryl Zondi who is testifying against televangelist Nigerian Pastor Timothy Omotoso and his co-accused Zukisa Sitho and Lusanda Solani. Zondi told the court Omotoso sexually groomed her for years to be a sex slave but she eventually became brave enough to leave.
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Protesters take land concerns to Luthulli House
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Protesters take land concerns to Luthulli House

Protesters take land concerns to Luthulli House
The communities are demanding the party make good on housing promises by former Human Settlements MEC, Paul Mashatile.
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Congregants march in support of pastor Omotoso
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Congregants march in support of pastor Omotoso

Congregants march in support of pastor Omotoso
Congregants march in support of pastor Omotoso
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eNews - 12 October 2018
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eNews - 12 October 2018

eNews - 12 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: President Cyril Ramaphosa must apologise for the economic marginalisation and oppression of the Coloured community. That’s the demand of the Gauteng Total shutdown Organising Committee.
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eNews - 13 October 2018
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eNews - 13 October 2018

eNews - 13 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu says he's not surprised at allegations linking him to corruption at VBS Mutual bank.
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Tonight With Jane Dutton | The death of Jabulani Tsambo aka HHP | 24 October 2018
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Tonight With Jane Dutton | The death of Jabulani Tsambo aka HHP | 24 October 2018

Tonight With Jane Dutton | The death of Jabulani Tsambo aka HHP | 24 October 2018
Clinical psychologist from the South African Depression and Anxiety Group's Charity Mkone, and top music producer and musician Sello "Chicco" Twala discuss the death of local music legend, HHP.
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Cause of increase in human trafficking in South Africa
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Cause of increase in human trafficking in South Africa

Cause of increase in human trafficking in South Africa
Rising unemployment, lack of law enforcement, and the government’s failure to implement policy are some of the causes of an increase in human trafficking in South Africa.
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Markus Jooste explains his part in Steinhoff saga
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Markus Jooste explains his part in Steinhoff saga

Markus Jooste explains his part in Steinhoff saga
eNCA's Lester Kiewit details Steinhoff CEO Markus Jooste's first public appearance since his resignation in September over accounting regularities which saw the company's share price plunge by 95%.
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Giyani CFO fired for role in VBS saga
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Giyani CFO fired for role in VBS saga

Giyani CFO fired for role in VBS saga
Chief Financial Officer of the embattled Greater Giyani Municipality has been dimissed over the bank's woes. Hitler Maluleke, is accused of partaking in activities that led to the bank's downfall.
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Fees must fall activist, Mcebo Dlamini insists the state has no case against him.
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Fees must fall activist, Mcebo Dlamini insists the state has no case against him.

Fees must fall activist, Mcebo Dlamini insists the state has no case against him.
Fees must fall activist, Mcebo Dlamini insists the state has no case against him. He believes the case is being used for political gains. Dlamini briefly appeared in the Johannesburg Magistrate’s court where his case was postponed to April next year. Scores of his supporters gathered outside the court, chanting “Mcebo for President”. Enca’s Slindelo Masikane spoke to Dlamini briefly after his court appearance.
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Duduzane Zuma granted R100k bail
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Duduzane Zuma granted R100k bail

Duduzane Zuma granted R100k bail
Zuma has appeared in the Commercial Crimes Court where he was charged with corruption in connection with the alleged failed attempt to bribe former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas.
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Duduzane Zuma case of culpable homicide postponed
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Duduzane Zuma case of culpable homicide postponed

Duduzane Zuma case of culpable homicide postponed
Zuma made a brief appearance in the Randburg Magistrates Court on two charges of culpable homicide.
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eNews - 01 October 2018
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eNews - 01 October 2018

eNews - 01 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Westbury residents have vowed to continue their shut down of the area following the death of a woman in a gang shooting outside a hospital last week. The community is demanding a meeting with police Minister Bheki Cele.
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DA councillors quit in solidarity with De Lille
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DA councillors quit in solidarity with De Lille

DA councillors quit in solidarity with De Lille
DA councilors affiliated to Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille have resigned following her speech.
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South African farming communities weigh in on expropriation debate
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South African farming communities weigh in on expropriation debate

South African farming communities weigh in on expropriation debate
In South Africa, the land debate is on everyone's lips. Citizens have been taking part in public hearings on proposed changes to the Constitution, which would allow expropriation without compensation. This is part of efforts to redress racial disparities in land ownership.
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Lawyer on evidence in gruesome Camps Bay murder
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Lawyer on evidence in gruesome Camps Bay murder

Lawyer on evidence in gruesome Camps Bay murder
Lawyer on evidence in gruesome Camps Bay murder
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#Omotoso Update: Reactions from inside the court
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#Omotoso Update: Reactions from inside the court

#Omotoso Update: Reactions from inside the court
A new witness is expected to take the stand in the rape and human trafficking trial of Pastor Timothy Omotoso.
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Update: Will HHP’s family bury the hatchet?
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Update: Will HHP’s family bury the hatchet?

Update: Will HHP’s family bury the hatchet?
Lerato Sengadi, who insists she’s the late hip-hop star’s customary wife, has taken the Tsambo family to court.
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Mo'Molemi pays tribute to HHP at his funeral
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Mo'Molemi pays tribute to HHP at his funeral

Mo'Molemi pays tribute to HHP at his funeral
Mo'Molemi a fellow artist and one of HHP's closest friends, paid tribute to him in the best way he knew.
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Vlakfontein murders: Grieving Father speaks outside court
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Vlakfontein murders: Grieving Father speaks outside court

Vlakfontein murders: Grieving Father speaks outside court
The bodies of three women and four children were found buried under a pile of sand in their home last week. One suspect was arrested in Dobsonville, while the other was apprehended in Mpumalanga.
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Gauteng MEC: Vlakfontein murder suspect is an imposter
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Gauteng MEC: Vlakfontein murder suspect is an imposter

Gauteng MEC: Vlakfontein murder suspect is an imposter
Gauteng MEC for Community Safety Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane visited the Vlakfontein home where seven members of the same family were killed. She also updated the media on the latest police findings regarding the suspects.
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Plan to tackle cash-in-transit heists
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Plan to tackle cash-in-transit heists

Plan to tackle cash-in-transit heists
The police’s new crime stabilisation strategy is only a day or two old, but officials believe it’s already bearing fruit. Several cash-in-transit suspects are behind bars as a result of the operations. The Police Minister and National Commissioner are promising there will be more.
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Gordhan due to testify at the State Capture Commission next week
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Gordhan due to testify at the State Capture Commission next week

Gordhan due to testify at the State Capture Commission next week
Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan, is due to testify at the State Capture Commission next week. But his affidavit has already been leaked.
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Sierra Leone’s orphans increases
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Sierra Leone’s orphans increases

Sierra Leone’s orphans increases
The Ebola virus is having a tragic effect on Sierra Leone’s children…many orphaned because of the virus.
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eNews - 30 October 2018
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eNews - 30 October 2018

eNews - 30 October 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Police have discovered seven dead bodies buried in shallow graves at a house in Vlakfontein.
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Johannesburg residents urged to save water amid shortages
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Johannesburg residents urged to save water amid shortages

Johannesburg residents urged to save water amid shortages
Cape Town isn't the only South African city facing water challenges. In Johannesburg, water's becoming more scarce. Experts say while it may not be as bad as Cape Town, residents need to focus on saving water now -- before it's too late.
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Former President Mbeki to addresses youth on the future of education
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Former President Mbeki to addresses youth on the future of education

Former President Mbeki to addresses youth on the future of education
Former president Thabo Mbeki will tonight address young people from across Africa on the future of Education on the continent. He will be sitting in a panel discussion with Sonqoba Maseko and Sam Paddock - where issues of the fourth industrial revolution will also take centre stage. Our reporter, Abongile Dumako is in Braamfontein, where this event is taking place.
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Ramaphosa asks Muslims to help make 2019 vote a success
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Ramaphosa asks Muslims to help make 2019 vote a success

Ramaphosa asks Muslims to help make 2019 vote a success
South African President, Cyril Rama-posa, has called on the Muslim community to help ensure that next year's elections are a success. The president was speaking in Cape Town, where he broke bread with Muslims as they ended their daily fast.
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The rise and  fall of Gigaba
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The rise and fall of Gigaba

The rise and fall of Gigaba
During his time in cabinet, Gigaba made an impression, from his political views, to his personal life and also his sense of style.
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Pravin Gordhan, will today appear before Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane
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Pravin Gordhan, will today appear before Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane

Pravin Gordhan, will today appear before Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane
Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan, will today appear before Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane. The minister was subpoenaed to appear in relation to an early retirement package offered to former SARS deputy commissioner, Ivan Pillay. Constitutional law expert, Professor Pierre de Vos, has described Mkhwebane's pursuit of Gordhan as legally flawed. He adds the public protector failed the honesty test. De Vos joins me live now, via Skype
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Gordhan and Public Protector square off
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Gordhan and Public Protector square off

Gordhan and Public Protector square off
Pravin Gordhan says the Public Protector's subpoena, is a result of a malicious complaint. The Public Enterprises Minister and Busisiwe Mkhwebane squared off at her offices in Pretoria. Gordhan has told eNCA he has better ways to spend his time. Govan Whittles was in Pretoria and spoke to the minister.
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WATCH: Julius Malema on changing the constitution regarding land expropriation
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WATCH: Julius Malema on changing the constitution regarding land expropriation

WATCH: Julius Malema on changing the constitution regarding land expropriation
On 13 November in parliament, during the first day of the Joint Constitutional Review Committee deliberating a draft report on the possible review of Section 25 of the Constitution to allow expropriation of land without compensation, Julius Malema shared his opinion on the matter.
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One of SA's most wanted CIT kingpins arrested, Hawks respond
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One of SA's most wanted CIT kingpins arrested, Hawks respond

One of SA's most wanted CIT kingpins arrested, Hawks respond
One of South Africa's most wanted suspected cash-in-transit (CIT) heist kingpins, Wellington "Bibi" Cenenda has been arrested according to police. Hawks Spokesperson Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi responds to this on News Night.
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Today's newspaper headlines, 19 November 2018
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Today's newspaper headlines, 19 November 2018

Today's newspaper headlines, 19 November 2018
Today's newspaper headlines, 19 November 2018
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Launch of African Women in Dialogue
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Launch of African Women in Dialogue

Launch of African Women in Dialogue
More than one thousand women from around the continent will converge at the Birchwood Hotel in Kempton Park in South Africa for the launch of African Women in Dialogue. The dialogue on Monday will focus on strengthening African Women's Movement within the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Former South African first lady Zanele Mbeki says the forum is aimed at bringing the women on the continent together and ensure they continue to work together.
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President Ramaphosa's corrected response on Bosasa: Khusela Diko
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President Ramaphosa's corrected response on Bosasa: Khusela Diko

President Ramaphosa's corrected response on Bosasa: Khusela Diko
Hot on the heels of the VBS scandal, talk has been doing rounds about President Ramaphosa's son Andile, who its reported he was contracted to controversial company Bosasa. Bosasa is known to have benefitted many politicians. In his reply to parliament, President Ramaphosa said his son had done some work for the company. Now the President has apparently backtracked. He now says the R500 000 is a donation for his ANC presidential campaign without his knowledge. We are joined on the line by Presidential spokesperson to explore the story, Khusela Diko.
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15 year old gang member dies in North West
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15 year old gang member dies in North West

15 year old gang member dies in North West
A fifteen year-old boy has died in the troubled town of Bloemhof in the North West. The suspected gang member succumbed to severe injuries at Thusong Hospital in Klerksdorp, in the early hour of this morning. This brings the total number of fatalities to two, since violence erupted on Tuesday.
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Unpacking Pravin Gordhan's state capture testimony
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Unpacking Pravin Gordhan's state capture testimony

Unpacking Pravin Gordhan's state capture testimony
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan appeared before the State Capture Commission Monday. In his testimony he spoke about former president Jacob Zuma's obsession with the nuclear build programme and his interference in the appointment of boards at state owned entities. He also made mention of how he learnt about his axing as Finance Minister through the media. His testimony took place amidst protests by members from the Black First Land First Movement and the Economic Freedom Fighters outside, calling on him to resign. To discuss this further, we're joined by David Lewis, Executive Director at Corruption Watch.
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South African land reform challenges
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South African land reform challenges

South African land reform challenges
Land reforms proposed by South Africa's president and ruling ANC party have come under questioning by the white minority,who happen to own most of the country's private land since the end of apartheid in 1994. The idea is to redistribute land from whites to blacks but some white farmers think that emerging black farmers often lack orientation. Some of the white farmers warn against possible economic hold ups or civil unrest.
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EFF speaks out on State Capture Inquiry
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EFF speaks out on State Capture Inquiry

EFF speaks out on State Capture Inquiry
Staying with the State Capture Inquiry ... The EFF has questioned the location of the Inquiry, saying this raises questions about the integrity of the Commission. The Commission is taking place at the Tiso Black Star building in Parktown, Johannesburg.
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INTERVIEW: To what extent will the plastic bag ban reduce pollution?
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INTERVIEW: To what extent will the plastic bag ban reduce pollution?

INTERVIEW: To what extent will the plastic bag ban reduce pollution?
Waste management is a growing challenge not just for Kenya but globally. Urbanisation and pollution are some of the contributing factors. Now although urbanisation is a potential engine for economic development; it comes with challenges -- key among them waste management. Kenya has just finished hosting the United Nations Environmental Assembly. It comes months after the country made the bold move to implement a ban on plastic bags.
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Gupta Empire: The rise and fall
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Gupta Empire: The rise and fall

Gupta Empire: The rise and fall
The inquiry into State Capture gets under way today. The Gupta family at the centre of it all. Within two decades, the family had soared to the pinnacle of the country’s financial and political echelons. We take a look at who the Guptas are. When did they come to South Africa? eNCA's Nickolaus Bauer filed this report.
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Importance of Gupta leaks evidence to State Capture Inquiry
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Importance of Gupta leaks evidence to State Capture Inquiry

Importance of Gupta leaks evidence to State Capture Inquiry
Lawyer Brian Currin has revealed to the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture that while trying to clone information on hard drives with information on the Gupta family, US authorities subsequently told him that they were also investigating the family. Currin was giving testimony before Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo on how two whistleblowers Stan and John came to be in the possession of hard drives which the commission's legal team has applied to be submitted as evidence. For more on the story, we now cross to our reporter, Mzwandile Mbeje who is at the Commission.
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GLOBAL CITIZEN | President Cyril Ramaphosa & Luwellyn Landers
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GLOBAL CITIZEN | President Cyril Ramaphosa & Luwellyn Landers

GLOBAL CITIZEN | President Cyril Ramaphosa & Luwellyn Landers
President @CyrilRamaphosa has arrived at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg for the #GlobalCitizen Festival held in honour of President Nelson Mandela. He is received by DIRCO Deputy Minister Luwellyn Landers and @GlobalCitizen Vice President Michael Sheldrick.
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eNews - 28 November 2018
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eNews - 28 November 2018

eNews - 28 November 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: The National Prosecuting Authority is provisionally dropping charges against those involved in the Estina Dairy farm scandal.
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Stories of the day, Monday 5 November 2018
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Stories of the day, Monday 5 November 2018

Stories of the day, Monday 5 November 2018
Stories of the day, Monday 5 November 2018
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ANC condemns SABC equipment theft
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ANC condemns SABC equipment theft

ANC condemns SABC equipment theft
The ANC has called on police to act swiftly and arrest those responsible for stealing the SABC television equipment at the State Capture Inquiry in Parktown, Johannesburg Monday. A suspect carrying what is believed to be the equipment has been seen on CCTV camera leaving the venue of the commission. The ANC is scheduled to start testifying before the Zondo commission.
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Vlakfontein murder case
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Vlakfontein murder case

Vlakfontein murder case
Vlakfontein murder case
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Holes poked in the Vlakfontein murder case
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Holes poked in the Vlakfontein murder case

Holes poked in the Vlakfontein murder case
It was a day of poking holes into the Vlakfontein murder accused and Mpumalanga born Ernest Mabaso's damning confession. Co-accused Fita Khupe's legal counsel labelled Mabaso's version of events fictitious. Yesterday Mabaso implicated Khupe as the mastermind. The two face charges of murder and theft. Mabaso is charged with additional charges of rape and robbery.
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Cheryl Zondi launches foundation to support abuse victims
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Cheryl Zondi launches foundation to support abuse victims

Cheryl Zondi launches foundation to support abuse victims
Cheryl Zondi, one of the alleged rape victims of Pastor Timothy Omotoso, has launched her own foundation in support of women and children who have been sexually abused in ‘sacred spaces’.
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BREAKING NEWS: Fire leaves scores homeless in Alexandra Township
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BREAKING NEWS: Fire leaves scores homeless in Alexandra Township

BREAKING NEWS: Fire leaves scores homeless in Alexandra Township
Scores of families are homeless tonight after a fire destroyed homes in Alexandra township, north of Johannesburg. It's unclear what started the blaze but firefighters are at the scene on the corner of London road and 22nd street.
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Kabila agrees to go, DRC to get elections by 2018
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Kabila agrees to go, DRC to get elections by 2018

Kabila agrees to go, DRC to get elections by 2018
The Democratic Republic of the Congo's political parties appear to have agreed on a formula allowing President Joseph Kabila to step down after elections held before the end of 2017. He has been in power since 2001, after his father was assassinated. It is hoped the deal, mediated by the Catholic church, will end a dangerous political impasse that has seen violence in recent weeks as Kabila sought to extend his mandate, which expired on December 19, by changing the constitution.
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eNews - 23 December 2018
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eNews - 23 December 2018

eNews - 23 December 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Frustrations have been running high at the Lebombo border post. Motorists are waiting for hours to cross into Mozambique.
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Are Kenyans being exploited as far as the price of health is concerned? |The Big Story
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Are Kenyans being exploited as far as the price of health is concerned? |The Big Story

Are Kenyans being exploited as far as the price of health is concerned? |The Big Story
Are Kenyans being exploited as far as the price of health is concerned? |The Big Story
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Residents in Nyeri feel neglected by the president
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Residents in Nyeri feel neglected by the president

Residents in Nyeri feel neglected by the president
Residents in Nyeri feel neglected by the president
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Former MEC Khabisi Mosunkuthu DIES
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Former MEC Khabisi Mosunkuthu DIES

Former MEC Khabisi Mosunkuthu DIES
A former senior ANC official in Gauteng, Khabisi Mosunkuthu, has died. He was 69 and had suffered a stroke in July. On the line now we have the late Khabisi Mosunkuthu's wife, Nonqaba. Good Morning. We are so sorry for your loss and thank you for agreeing to speak to us at this time.
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Chris Ocamringa on the latest developments in DRC
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Chris Ocamringa on the latest developments in DRC

Chris Ocamringa on the latest developments in DRC
To further discuss the new developments in the DRC we cross on the line to the FSN Reporter in Kinshasa in the Congo Chris Ocamringa..
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#SABCNews Headlines @06H30 | 11 Jan 2019
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#SABCNews Headlines @06H30 | 11 Jan 2019

#SABCNews Headlines @06H30 | 11 Jan 2019
* The police have seized over 30 pieces of rhino horn worth more than 23 million rand during a search of a cargo warehouse at the OR Tambo International Airport. * The international community has called for a peaceful resolution to the disputed presidential election in the Democratic Republic of Congo. * U.S. President Donald Trump has visited the border with Mexico to push his demand for a a multi-billion dollar wall.
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SOUTH AFRICAN RHINO POACHING WAR
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SOUTH AFRICAN RHINO POACHING WAR

SOUTH AFRICAN RHINO POACHING WAR
South African conservationists are trying to save the country's remaining rhinos.
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SGB denies allegations of racism at Laerskool Schweizer Reneke
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SGB denies allegations of racism at Laerskool Schweizer Reneke

SGB denies allegations of racism at Laerskool Schweizer Reneke
The School Governing Body of Laerskool Schweizer Reneke in the North West has denied that there's racism at the school. A teacher has been suspended over a picture showing a group of black grade R pupils separated from their white classmates.
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Parktown Boys sex assault sentencing postponed.
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Parktown Boys sex assault sentencing postponed.

Parktown Boys sex assault sentencing postponed.
Collan Rex, the former assistant water polo coach at Parktown Boys High School, had his sentencing for 144 counts of sexual assault and 12 counts of common assault, postponed.
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Zinhle Maditla accused of killing her four children is expected to apply for bail
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Zinhle Maditla accused of killing her four children is expected to apply for bail

Zinhle Maditla accused of killing her four children is expected to apply for bail
A 24-year-old mother accused of killing her four children is expected to apply for bail in the Emalahleni Magistrate’s court today. Zinhle Maditla handed herself over to police after the bodies of her children were found by family members. eNCA's Malungelo Booi is live for us at the court with the latest developments. Courtesy #DStv403
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#SABCNews Headlines @06H30 | 14 Jan 2019
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#SABCNews Headlines @06H30 | 14 Jan 2019

#SABCNews Headlines @06H30 | 14 Jan 2019
#SABCNews Headlines @06H30 | 14 Jan 2019
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Zim protests turn violent
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Zim protests turn violent

Zim protests turn violent
Zimbabweans have taken to the streets to challenge a government decision to more than double fuel prices.
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eNews - 14 January 2019
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eNews - 14 January 2019

eNews - 14 January 2019
IN THIS BULLETIN: Energy regulator Nersa is interrogating Eskom’s request for a 15% annual tariff increase for the next three years.
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Council of Governors votes for new leadership
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Council of Governors votes for new leadership

Council of Governors votes for new leadership
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SAPS confirm arrests in Vlakfontein murders case
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SAPS confirm arrests in Vlakfontein murders case

SAPS confirm arrests in Vlakfontein murders case
eNCA's Lindokuhle Xulu covered the story for us when it broke, and he joins us now.
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Update: Myeza takes AMCU to CCMA
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Update: Myeza takes AMCU to CCMA

Update: Myeza takes AMCU to CCMA
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union’s fired deputy president has lodged a complaint with the CCMA. Sanele Myeza is challenging his dismissal from the union. Amcu President, Joseph Mathunjwa, is accused of executing a purge.
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South African Police: Cash in transit robberies reduced by 63% in June
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South African Police: Cash in transit robberies reduced by 63% in June

South African Police: Cash in transit robberies reduced by 63% in June
Police Minister Bheki Cele says cash in transit robberies have been reduced by 63% in June, compared to May. But just hours before addressing the briefing, there was another successful attack on a cash in transit vehicle, with the attackers again using explosives to enter the back of the truck. The thieves escaped with an undisclosed amount of money.
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#Westbury: Cele deploys special joint task force
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#Westbury: Cele deploys special joint task force

#Westbury: Cele deploys special joint task force
Minister of Police has deployed a special joint task force made up of multiple special units to stabilise Westbury after years of what residents call police neglect.
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Pres. Ramaphosa reacts to Gordhan's interactions with the Guptas
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Pres. Ramaphosa reacts to Gordhan's interactions with the Guptas

Pres. Ramaphosa reacts to Gordhan's interactions with the Guptas
Ramaphosa has urged South Africans to allow the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture to do its work so that the truth of what happened can eventually emerge. The president was commenting on Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan's revelations about his interactions with the Gupta family. In his submission to the Inquiry, which has been leaked to the media ahead of his testimony next week, Gordhan gives a vague recollection of a number of incidents in which he met Ajay and Tony Gupta.
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Ongama Mtimka on State capture
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Ongama Mtimka on State capture

Ongama Mtimka on State capture
Back to one one of our top stories of the day today, which is the resumption of the state capture inquiry, we are joined on Skype by a political analyst Ongama Mtimka VIA Skype..
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Ramaphosa, Mbeki to present united front going into 2019 elections