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Inquiry into 'capture' of SOEs kicks off in Parliament
The Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises has begun its inquiry into state capture at state-owned enterprises.
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David Mahlobo will push for nuclear deal - Analyst
New Energy Minister, David Mahlobo has been moved to the department in order to push for the nuclear programme, economist Lumkile Mondi said
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WATCH: Scientists detect gravitational waves and light from star collision
Scientists in the USA and Europe, for the first time detected gravitational waves, the ripples in space and time predicted by Albert Einstein in 1916.
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Cellphones: A distraction in a learning environment
Researchers Daniel le Roux and Douglas Parry from Stellenbosch University warn that cell phones negative impact on the way students learn.
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Leicester City sack Craig Shakespeare – reports
The 2015-16 champions have struggled this season and are third from bottom of the table with a single league win.
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Blitzbok Stephan Dippenaar calls it a day
“The fact that we won the series was also a special way to end it, as I am ending my career on a high.”
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Comitis: Cape Town City need guys that can put the ball at the back of the net
John Comitis is in search of a goal-poacher, and may be compelled to go outside the country to meet his wish.
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VIDEO: An absolute dream to join AB and Hashim, says Wiaan Mulder
Not even Wiaan Mulder’s greatest admirers would have placed a wager that it would take only 10 first-class and 11 List A matches for him to make the Proteas team.
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ANC expels Joburg councillor over illegal land sale claims
The ANC in the greater Joburg region expelled its Ward 92 councillor following allegations of the illegal sale of municipal land in Midrand.
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PICS: Alf Kumalo photo legacy under threat
The legacy of photographer Alf Kumalo could go down the drain as hundreds of rare photos he captured during apartheid gather dust at his now crumbling museum.
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Man electrocuted at Ekurhuleni factory
A man sustained serious burn wounds after he was electrocuted at a factory in Ekurhuleni, paramedics said on Tuesday.
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Inquiry into 'capture' of SOEs kicks off in Parliament
The Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises has begun its inquiry into state capture at state-owned enterprises.
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