Nomahlubi Jordaan has been a journalist for 15 years. She started her career at The Herald in Port Elizabeth. She moved to Johannesburg to join the courts and law hub. She then joined the Times newspaper, after which she became part of the TimesLIVE digital team.

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Eskom: risk of load-shedding to be 'significantly' reduced by September 2021

Eskom CEO André de Ruyter says the power utility will have significantly reduced the risk of load-shedding by September ...

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Nigerians march to Pretoria to protest police brutality in their country

Nigerians living in SA marched to their country’s embassy in Pretoria to voice their anger over police brutality and ...

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Eskom whistleblower Bianca Goodson urges others to 'do the right thing'

Whistle-blower Bianca Goodson says she is proud that Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter has invited her to talk to senior staff ...

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Dear SA challenges decision to extend national state of disaster

Civil rights organisation Dear SA is challenging the extension of the national state of disaster, and has called on ...

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Bushiri, wife, second couple held for alleged money laundering

Self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri handed himself over to the Hawks on Tuesday, while his wife Mary was arrested. ...

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Angelo Agrizzi moved to private hospital as condition 'worsens'

The former Bosasa executive was being stabilised in high care, his lawyer said

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Senekal man arrested during fiery protest is released on R15,000 bail

After being denied bail in the Senekal magistrate’s court last week, André Pienaar approached the Bloemfontein high ...

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Four bodies found after Vaal River ski boat accident, taking death toll to 5

The bodies of four people who went missing during a ski boat trip on Gauteng's Vaal River on Saturday were found near ...

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Cape Town cancels annual festive lights switch-on due to Covid-19

The City of Cape Town has cancelled its annual festive lights switch-on event for 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Malema says visit to Senekal will be peaceful, but EFF will defend itself if attacked

EFF leader Julius Malema says his party’s visit to Senekal, in the Free State, will be peaceful - but if attacked, they ...

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