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07:47 (GMT+2) Fri, 24 Feb 2017
 Holders of fake or fraudulently obtained qualifications face being publicly named and shamed as well as the prospect of criminal prosecution.In a statement released on Thursday, Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande said: &ldquo
06:00 (GMT+2) Fri, 24 Feb 2017
The Anglican bishops of Southern Africa on Thursday condemned an anonymous call on social media that incites citizens to attack foreign nationals living in the country.The bishops said no grievance justifies violent attacks against foreign nationals
05:00 (GMT+2) Fri, 24 Feb 2017
The Department of Basic Education (DBE) said on Thursday that the National Senior Certificate 2017 supplementary examinations had started smoothly.The exams started on Wednesday with more than 92,000 candidates enrolled in 5,928 centres around the co
21:00 (GMT+2) Thu, 23 Feb 2017
JOHANNESBURG, February 23 (ANA) – The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) on Thursday authorised Eskom to raise tariffs by 2.2 percent in the 2017/18 financial year.Nersa chairperson, Jacob Modise, said Eskom’s full year rev
20:00 (GMT+2) Thu, 23 Feb 2017
City of Johannesburg mayor, Herman Mashaba, on Thursday said he would be laying criminal charges against hundreds of people who disrupted a Council meeting and destroyed City property.This comes after at least 300 people, alleged to be members of the
18:27 (GMT+2) Thu, 23 Feb 2017
PORT ELIZABETH, February 23 (ANA) – Police in Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape have arrested five people on charges of public violence after angry Wells Estate community members burnt tyres and protested evictions in the area.Police spokesper
16:25 (GMT+2) Thu, 23 Feb 2017
The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University has announced that Vice-Chancellor Professor Derrick Swartz has indicated that he will not be seeking renewal of his contract at the end of 2017.The university says Swartz wishes to pursue other professional