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A demonstrator pounds away the Berlin Wall as East Berlin border guards look on from above the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin in this file picture taken November 11, 1989

Fall of great divide recalled

GERMANY kicked off celebrations yesterday  to mark the 25th anniversary of the epochal fall of the Berlin Wall, set to culminate with rock stars and veteran freedom activists joining a millions-strong crowd.


Principal teaches 4 grades at once

TWO Berlin schoolteachers have pleaded with the education department for relief from their heavy workload.

Ilitha township residents tried to rebuild their shacks this after Buffalo City Metro Law Enforcement officers demolished shacks that had been built on Zanempucuko Senior Secondary School sport grounds after BCM demolished them. Picture: MAMELA GOWA

BREAKING NEWS: BCM demolishes shacks on school grounds

BCM law enforcement officers today demolished shacks that were built on Zanempucuko Senior Secondary School grounds, in Ilitha, near Berlin.


Nightmare taxi ride ends in mystery death

A FRANTIC call for help was the last contact Zingiwe Bambata had with her sister before finding her, drawing her last breath, battered and bruised in a bushy area in Blaney, Berlin on Monday.


‘We deserve our 14th cheque’

A BUFFALO City Metro refuse collector wants nothing more than to be paid his 14th cheque.


Solar power comes to Berlin

BERLIN has been chosen to host a R1.3-billion 130 megawatt (MW) solar farm project.


Dump fire causes N2 pile-up

A14-CAR pileup on the N2 yesterday is the biggest in the province this year – and miraculously not a single life was lost.


N2 reopens after 14 car pile up

The N2 was re-opened at 5pm on Wednesday after a massive 14 car pile-up forced traffic officials to close down the national road between Fort Jackson and Berlin.

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