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There is a new SA owned e-hailing service coming to Jozi in a bid to rival Uber and Bolt

A new South African-owned e-hailing service is set to be launched in Johannesburg in May.Shesha is hoping to disrupt the e-hailing industry that is currently dominated by the globally dominant players of Uber and Bolt . The company s
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19 Apr 2024

High-flying Lions eye Titans in Gauteng derby, Dolphins face Tuskers in KZN derby

By OBAKENG MELETSE The penultimate round in the round robin stages of the CSA T20 Challenge is upon us, and the highveld derby between the Titans and Lions this evening promises to get sparks flying. Pride and positions will be at s
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19 Apr 2024

Suspects in Fleurs murder, hijacking expected to apply for bail

Six men arrested in connection with the hijacking and murder of Kaizer Chiefs defender Luke Fleurs are expected to apply for bail at the Roodepoort Magistrates Court. The case resumes today after it was postponed last week, to allow the
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19 Apr 2024

Motshekga reveals over 30 000 teaching vacancies in SA

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga, in a written parliamentary reply, revealed that there are more than 30 000 teaching vacancies in South Africa. The question was posed by Democratic Alliance (DA) Member of Parliament Baxolile Nod
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19 Apr 2024

Negotiations between rival Soweto taxi associations deadlock: MEC

Gauteng Transport MEC Kedibone Diale-Tlabela says negotiations between rival Soweto taxi associations, Witwatersrand Taxi Association (Wata) and Nancefield Dube West Association (Nanduwe), have once again come to a deadlock. The departme
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19 Apr 2024

27 Post Office branches closed in Limpopo

Twenty-seven Post Office branches in Limpopo have closed. Provincial Secretary of the Communication Workers Union Amos Tshabalala says the Polokwane and Westenburg branches are the only ones operating. The state-owned entity has
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19 Apr 2024

KZN church leaders pray for peaceful elections

Church leaders in KwaZulu-Natal say they will be playing their part in ensuring a peaceful election on May 29th. KwaZulu-Natal, which has the second largest number of voters after Gauteng, is said to be a highly contested province.
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19 Apr 2024

Senzo Meyiwa trial: Heated exchange as defence disputes testimony from data analyst on cellphone evidence

Tempers flared when one of the defence attorneys challenged the evidence provided by a cellphone analyst, who testified that the five men accused of killing former Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa were all in communication before and after the m
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19 Apr 2024

Taxi violence has Soweto commuters travelling in fear

Disgruntled residents of Soweto, south of Johannesburg, says they fear for their lives on a daily basis when commuting, due to the ongoing war between rival taxi associations, WATA and NANDUWE. Earlier this evening, Soweto residents pack
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18 Apr 2024

Retired SANDF Brigadier General, company director out on bail following a R2.2 million military tender fraud

A retired member of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) appeared at the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crimes Court, where he was granted bail in a case relating to alleged tender fraud worth R2.2 million .Former Brigadier Gen
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18 Apr 2024

SA owned e-hailing App Shesha launches in Sandton

A South African owned e-hailing App, Shesha has been launched in Sandton, Johannesburg. The service will start operating on the first of May. It is a collaboration between the minibus taxi industry and e-hailing operators. Shesh
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18 Apr 2024

Men must lead the charge against GBVF, says Kwela Tebza co-founder

Men are the biggest perpetrators of gender-based violence and femicide (GBVF) and without their participation in the fight against GBVF itll be hard to win the war according to music group Kwela Tebzas Tebogo Lerole. Lerole said men are
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18 Apr 2024