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Trio held for hijacking in Soweto
With the elections around the corner, the DA has been given many opportunities to prove itself worthy of a black vote.
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Wed Mar 12, 2014
Soweto pupil's death yet to be probed
Not voting may be an appropriate penalty for the inefficiency in government, the misuse of resources and the abuse of power, says Rennie Naidoo .
Let me clarify ACDP's position on women
African Christian Democratic Party president, Rev Kenneth Meshoe, at the launch of the party s election manifesto at Orlando East, Soweto.
Women can be used to change history positively if their intentions are selfless
Marking International Women's Day, a multitude of women from the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God supported by many men, expressed great joy as they celebrated the Biblical Feast of Purim at the Cenacle of the Holy Spirit in Soweto on Sunday 9 March 2014.
TOWIE star Joey Essex will appear in a TV show hoping to teach him a few lessons in life.
In the first episode the 24-year-old flies out to South Africa where he meets a township in Soweto and looks at wildlife at the Kruger National Park.
Off-duty cop gunned down at home
One minute Edgar Tshidiso Mathope was watching SABC soapie Muvhango with his family and the next minute he was on the floor, fighting for his life.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Lesson learning to know SA
GIVING BACK: Australian slam poet champion Luke Haralampou, aka Luka Lesson, arrives in Durban this week as part of his international tour.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
The Huffington Post
More Back Obama's Handling Of Ukraine Crisis But Most Opposed To Stronger Measures
More Americans support President Barack Obama's handling of the crisis in Ukraine than those who don't approve of his actions, but a majority oppose economic aid to the country or backing out of June's G-8 Summit, a CNN poll released Monday said.
The Huffington Post
The U.S. Recovered From The Recession Faster Than Every Country But Germany
The U.S. economy recovered from the recession quicker than every country except Germany, according to a report released Monday by President Barack Obama's economic team.
South Africa's rattletrap taxis move millions - and an economy
Zakes Hadebe's minibus taxi has nearly half a million kilometers on the clock, a broken speedometer and a fuel gauge he struggles to keep just above empty.
St. Cloud Times
Soweto Gospel Choir to perform at St. Ben's
Vibrant. Unstoppable. High energy. Those are the words Shimmy Jiayne uses to describe the Soweto Gospel Choir, which will perform Friday at Benedicta Arts Center at the College of St. Benedict.
Hospitals need generators - Maimane
Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane must act so healthcare facilities in Gauteng did not turn away patients due to power cuts, DA premier candidate Mmusi Maimane said on Sunday.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
"Following a sleepless night in a tent, he moaned that he'd been kept awake by the sound of 'cricketers'" Joey, 24, thought that Africa was "a consonant'' and the township of Soweto in South Africa was called "So-Waitrose''.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Pan-African News Wire
South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) Ready to Go On Strike
Affiliates Press Statements SADTU members ready to go on strike 6 March 2014 Members of the South African Democratic Teachers` Union in the Central Region of Gauteng are ready to go on strike over the 0,5% disparity on pay progression and all outstanding issues that have been ignored by the DBE.
Joburg taxi boss shot dead
A 40-year-old taxi boss was shot dead on Chris Hani Road near the Southgate Mall in Soweto, Gauteng police said on Thursday.
Brazil Stars Make Child Pitch Invader's Day
A South African boy had the night of his life after running onto the pitch at the end of a friendly match against Brazil in Soweto.
Is this a policy or is about popularity of politicians?
Awarded after your first article is published on MyNews24. You've got nine more to go to reach the next level! The Minister of Transport , is saying that they are building new railway routes with regard to the Gautrain.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
SA press review: Pistorius trial
The world media's fascination with the trial for murder of double-amputee Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius is amply reflected in the coverage by the media in his native South Africa.
A Tribute to Nelson Mandela
Selvum Pillay, a UAB associate professor of Materials Science & Engineering, gave a tribute to Nelson Mandela Friday night in Heritage Hall Building.
TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris Johannesburg puts a smile on the faces of the Orlando Children's home
Delivering an assortment of desperately needed nappies, toys and food to the Orlando Children's home in Soweto, the team at TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris Johannesburg spent the afternoon reveling in the laughter and the smiles on the kid's faces.