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South Afica on upward trend towards achieving gender equality: Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa says SA is on the right track towards achieving gender equality — and for this, women of today have the generation of 1956, who marched to the ...

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No bail for men accused of stealing from Enyobeni victims

Three accused caught red-handed on CCTV footage stripping and stealing belongings of the Enyobeni tavern tragedy in Scenery Park have been denied ...

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‘Ethical leadership’ or ‘religious narcissist’? — SA weighs in ...

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WATCH | ‘SA needs a new women’s movement’: ...

ANC veteran and women’s march leader Sophia Williams-de Bruyn says SA needs a new united civil society movement to address its problems.
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Two women die after being flung from vehicle in horrific Durban crash

Paramedics searched for more than an hour before locating the bodies of two women who were flung from a car that rolled ...

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New push to protect province’s vulnerable schools

The Bhisho legislature has been asked to formulate a resolution that will propel the provincial education department to ...

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Gale tears off new roof of the EL Grand Prix pits

Winds measured at over 120km off East London harbour ripped off 90m² of roofing off the pits at the historic East ...

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Multi-million rand development frozen by land reform blunder

The development and improvement of a beautiful farm bordering the Mpekweni River has been stalled for 16 years with the ...

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Despite obtaining his honours, graduate still battling to get a job

Bonga Somgidi, like many other graduates in the Eastern Cape, is driven by one goal: to create a better life for his ...

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Sudden storm wreaks havoc across East London

Without warning, a wind storm smashed into East London and surrounds at 5.15am smashing windows, pulling off roofs, ...

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Opportunity knocks for shopfitting business

The shopfitting business is booming and set to really fly when, or perhaps if, central business district property ...

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South Africa’s first female paratrooper

Former Bloemfontein Celtic Ladies star Nomonde Nomtsheke has become the first woman to qualify as a paratrooper in the ...

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Women in retail: the real superheroes

Many women juggle the role of both worker and matriarch, playing an integral role in society by not only taking on the ...

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Mbalula promises to fix wrecked Coffee Bay road

A 75km pothole-ridden tar road between Mqanduli and Coffee Bay will finally get a much-needed facelift from government.

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Eskom cuts village’s power after threats to its workers

Eskom has withdrawn its services to an Eastern Cape village with immediate effect, after recent threats to its ...

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Tributes flow after death of ‘wonderful human’ Vrij Harry

Renowned East London businessman Vrij Harry, who died on Friday, was a remarkable man, as attested to by the flood of ...

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Ex-Mnquma municipal manager’s tender project case struck off roll, for now

A case involving former Mnquma municipality municipal manager Ngamela Pakade was struck off the roll by the Mthatha ...

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Crafty young models set to present ‘Trashion’ show

Youngsters from TC Model Management have been hard at work turning trash into fashionable, wearable items.

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Young activist passionate about the environment

The climate crisis is a human rights issue that can be resolved only by taking a collaborative approach, says ...