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FILE PICTURE: July 18, 2014.  Mongameli   Bobani  (UDM Councillor)  Pic: Sara Steiniger. ©The Herald.

Nelson Mandela Bay deputy mayor allegedly made 'advances' to married city executive

Vuyo Zitumane has broken her silence with explosive suggestions that Nelson Mandela Bay deputy mayor Mongameli Bobani is gunning for her because she rejected his advances three times.

Freedom Movement rally to call for Zuma’s removal from office gets under way in Tshwane

The Freedom Movement rally has got under way on Freedom Day at Arcadia’s Caledonian stadium in Pretoria‚ with an estimated 5‚000 people already packing the small stadium to once again call for President Jacob Zuma to leave office.
Caption: President Jacob Zuma visited at Mbizana in the Eastern Cape to launch the development hub. Picture: THULI DLAMINI

Use your vote to get rid of Zuma‚ EFF urges MPs in Freedom Day message

In celebrating Freedom Day the EFF has urged South Africans to own their right to vote to remove all corruption in the state in favour of a corrupt-free government.

Law professor appointed to probe ‘Spur bully’ incident

The Spur Corporation has appointed a legal professor to head an investigation into a heated altercation between two customers at one of its restaurants.

Hawks arrest 'coup plotter' planning to assassinate prominent South Africans

The Hawks arrested a “coup plotter” on Wednesday who was allegedly planning to assassinate 19 people including members of the cabinet‚ state owned entities and prominent South Africans.

Thai mother saw daughter's Facebook Live murder

The distraught Thai mother of a baby girl killed by her boyfriend in a murder he broadcast on Facebook Live has described the harrowing moment she stumbled across the video and rushed to alert police.

Victorious Noakes takes aim at scientists he blames for 'years of suffering'

After winning his misconduct case‚ low-carbohydrate high-fat advocate Tim Noakes is putting the boot in to academics whose work was used against him.

Cosatu mum on calls for Zuma not to speak at May Day rally

Cosatu declined to comment on Thursday evening about letters purportedly written by unions arguing that President Jacob Zuma should not be allowed to speak at the federation’s May Day rally.

Court decision blocking nuke programme hailed as victory for civil society

The Western Cape High Court’s decision to set aside the two determinations issued by former minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson that lay the basis for the government’s nuclear procurement programme have been hailed as a victory for civil society.

India gets its first free condom store

A global charity Wednesday launched a free condom store in India to try to reduce new cases of HIV/AIDS in a country with the world's third highest number.
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