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21:00 (GMT+2) Sat, 29 Apr 2017
CAPE TOWN, April 29 (ANA) – South Africa’s democracy is under direct threat and if nothing is done about it the country will be a very short step away from dictatorship, African National Congress stalwart Mathews Phosa said on Saturday.Re
19:00 (GMT+2) Sat, 29 Apr 2017
Parliament’s  Standing Committee on Finance says the Fica law will help the country’s efforts to combat money laundering.Committee Chairperson, Yunus Carrim, was commenting Saturday after President Jacob Zuma signed the Bill into law
17:30 (GMT+2) Sat, 29 Apr 2017
The Knights of Malta, one of the oldest Catholic orders, is due Saturday to elect a new leader after the resignation of former Grand Master Matthew Festing, triggered by a bitter row with Pope Francis.Festing was forced out by Francis in January afte
17:03 (GMT+2) Sat, 29 Apr 2017
One of the biggest highlights in South African Olympic history was the lightweight fours rowing team winning a gold medal at the 2012 Olympic Games in London.At the time it was described as the greatest rowing finish the Olympics had ever seen. It wa
17:00 (GMT+2) Sat, 29 Apr 2017
A security guard was shot dead and another wounded during a cash-in-transit robbery at a shop in Delft South in Cape Town at about 8 am on Saturday morning, Western Cape police said.“One security officer was fatally wounded and another one sust
16:00 (GMT+2) Sat, 29 Apr 2017
DUBAI, UAE, April 29 (ANA) – The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Friday concluded five days of Board and Committee meetings in Dubai with a number of decisions passed, including a revised financial model.In addition, agreement on a new c
14:00 (GMT+2) Sat, 29 Apr 2017
PRETORIA, April 29 (ANA) – The Banking Association of South Africa (Basa) is relieved that President Jacob Zuma has finally signed the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment (Fica) Bill into law, the association said on Saturday.“We have