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Fuel prices to go up

Fuel station forecourts are expected to be busy on Tuesday, as motorists take advantage of the lower fuel prices. A significant increase kicks in at midnight, which sees both grades of Petrol go [...]

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15th December declared public holiday

President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared the 15th of December a public holiday in celebration of the Springboks winning the Rugby World Cup for a record fourth time. This is also in celebration of [...]

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Matric class of 2023 to start exams

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says it’s all systems go for the writing of the National Senior Certificate exams, on Monday. Motshekga says over 700 000 learners nationwide, will [...]

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NGO talks strategies to end AIDS

As we observe World Aids Day today, a non-profit organisation is implementing it’s strategy to “end” AIDS by 2026. The Mothers-to-Mothers organisation was founded at the height [...]

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Dark days ahead

Keeping Koeberg running safely has led to the nuclear power plant underperforming. And that will be the case for almost the whole of 2023 as well. Throughout 2022, the plant’s Unit 2 was [...]

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Cops and gangs collusion report imminent

Premier Alan Winde says the report – probing allegations of ties between gangs and police – is imminent. Years-long rumours suggesting these ties exist, came to the fore in the Western Cape High [...]