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Tractors

Sales of tractors and combine harvesters down on last year

Tractor sales in 2015 are expected to be 10% down on last year‚ while approximately 25% fewer combine harvester are…

Former president Thabo Mbeki

Mbeki denies Fifa bribe under his watch

Former president Thabo Mbeki today said that he was unaware of any bribes solicited to boost South Africa’s chance to…

Sport Minister Fikile Mbalula

Mbalula rejects Fifa bribery allegations with ‘contempt they deserve’

Sports minister Fikile Mbalula yesterday reprimanded US authorities for disregarding diplomatic channels and announcing South Africa’s alleged involvement in the…

President Jacob Zuma (R) laughs as he holds the original FIFA World Cup trophy with FIFA president Sepp Blatter during a press briefing at the presidential guest house in Pretoria on June 6, 2010 five days before the kick off of the World Cup football tournament. The 2010 World Cup will take place in South Africa from June 11 to July 11, the first time on African soil for the biggest and most prestigious competition in sport. Picture: FILE

US attorney: Fifa officials corrupted 2010 Cup

Corrupt officials at world soccer’s governing body Fifa took bribes during the process that awarded the 2010 World Cup to…

State Security

More South Africans nabbed than foreigners: Fiela

“South Africa remains a stable country” and “the attacks against foreign nationals have been stopped because of the work done…

Clayson Monyela

COPE: Did Monyela speak out of turn over diplomatic fallout?

The Congress of the People (COPE) has questioned whether government is making  Clayson Monyela the “scapegoat” for the diplomatic fallout between…

GOOD SAMARITAN: American aid worker Dr Kent Brantly, despite his
protective gear, contracted ebola. He has been evacuated to the United
States for treatment and appears to be responding well Picture: REUTERS

Tough homecoming for SA’s Ebola nurses

After being abroad on a dangerous mercy mission‚ the first thing most of them wanted to do was embrace their…

Xenophobia

Recovery of body sparks first EC xenophobic attack

The first xenophobic incident in the Eastern Cape has been sparked by the discovery of the body of a missing…

Tractors

Sales of tractors and combine harvesters down on last year

Tractor sales in 2015 are expected to be 10% down on last year‚ while approximately 25% fewer combine harvester are…

Former president Thabo Mbeki

Mbeki denies Fifa bribe under his watch

Former president Thabo Mbeki today said that he was unaware of any bribes solicited to boost South Africa’s chance to…

Sport Minister Fikile Mbalula

Mbalula rejects Fifa bribery allegations with ‘contempt they deserve’

Sports minister Fikile Mbalula yesterday reprimanded US authorities for disregarding diplomatic channels and announcing South Africa’s alleged involvement in the…

President Jacob Zuma (R) laughs as he holds the original FIFA World Cup trophy with FIFA president Sepp Blatter during a press briefing at the presidential guest house in Pretoria on June 6, 2010 five days before the kick off of the World Cup football tournament. The 2010 World Cup will take place in South Africa from June 11 to July 11, the first time on African soil for the biggest and most prestigious competition in sport. Picture: FILE

US attorney: Fifa officials corrupted 2010 Cup

Corrupt officials at world soccer’s governing body Fifa took bribes during the process that awarded the 2010 World Cup to…

State Security

More South Africans nabbed than foreigners: Fiela

“South Africa remains a stable country” and “the attacks against foreign nationals have been stopped because of the work done…

Clayson Monyela

COPE: Did Monyela speak out of turn over diplomatic fallout?

The Congress of the People (COPE) has questioned whether government is making  Clayson Monyela the “scapegoat” for the diplomatic fallout between…

GOOD SAMARITAN: American aid worker Dr Kent Brantly, despite his
protective gear, contracted ebola. He has been evacuated to the United
States for treatment and appears to be responding well Picture: REUTERS

Tough homecoming for SA’s Ebola nurses

After being abroad on a dangerous mercy mission‚ the first thing most of them wanted to do was embrace their…

Xenophobia

Recovery of body sparks first EC xenophobic attack

The first xenophobic incident in the Eastern Cape has been sparked by the discovery of the body of a missing…

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