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Pirates back on track for Premiership

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Orlando Pirates got back to winning ways in the DStv Premiership when they beat Chippa United 1-0 at Orlando Stadium, in Soweto on Wednesday. Fortune Makaringe's 86th goal took Bucs back to third place in the log standings.

ANC pulls curtain on year of high drama

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A dramatic countdown calling on one million ANC members to renew their membership statuses ended last night, pulling the curtain on a dramatic year in the battle for the soul of the ruling party.

Ace hits back at ANC Integrity Commission

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ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule says he is going nowhere, brushing off the Integrity Commission's findings that he must step aside with immediate effect.

Gloomy festive season for Durban beach traders

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Traders hoping to rake in big profits during the holiday season have been dealt a devastating blow.

Ramaphosa klaps festive season to combat Covid crisis

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South Africa’s beachgoers are used to ocean waves, but the second wave of Covid-19 infections that has come crashing down will keep many people away from the water this year.

NMB residents on beach ban: “A good call but a boring festive season”

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The closure of the Nelson Mandela Bay beaches this festive season was given a thumbs up by many residents.

ESwatini Prime Minister Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini lost to Covid

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ESwatini Prime Minister Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini has died of COVID-19 at the age of 52.

POLITICIAN CAUGHT WITH STOLEN CHURCH PROPERTY DENIES IT WAS THEFT

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Clocolan ANC Ward Councillor, Thabo Mthimkhulu, says there is a logical reason why he was arrested and jailed for having the NG Church's property in his possession.

ANC councillor behind bars after wild west shooting

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ANC ward 50 Councillor Lunga Nombhexeza will spend seven days in jail before knowing if he will be granted bail.

COMMUTERS ANGRY AS UMLAZI TRAIN SERVICE SHUT DOWN

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Train passengers in Umlazi have been left stranded as Prasa has suspended its operations in Umlazi. The agency warned it will be forced to permanently shut its services in January if residents continue to build shacks near the railway lines.