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Officials blame each other for missing chairs

Dumisane Malamule

The Mpumalanga department of health and the Mbombela local municipality have blamed each other for missing chairs that have left patients with sore feet at a local clinic. Health spokesperson Dumisane Malamule said the chairs at the White River Clinic were removed by municipal officials three months ago. “Yes, we …

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Another arrest in Witbank SBV robbery

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The Hawks in Mpumalanga arrested another person in connection with a massive robbery at SBV’s cash centre in Mpumalanga last year, bringing the total arrested so far to 17, spokesman Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi said on Sunday. Titus Maila, 45, was arrested at his home in Bronkhorstspruit and taken to the …

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Burglar shot dead in Kempton park

BURGLAR SHOT DEAD IN KEMPTON PARK

A burglar was shot dead in Kempton Park on Johannesburg’s east rand, police said on Monday. At around 9.15pm on Sunday, the owner of the Wholesale complex in Newton Street was woken up by security guards who informed him that his alarm had gone off, said Captain Jethro Mtshali. The …

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Business confidence drops in Dec

Sacci’s Business Confidence Index (BCI) shed 2.5 points in December 2014, declining to 88.3 from 90.8 in November, it said on Thursday. This was the lowest level since July 2014 when it measured 87.9, the SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sacci) said in a statement. “Given the highest level …

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SARS Suspends Richer again

The SA Revenue Service’s strategic planning and risk group executive, Peter Richer, has been suspended again, Sars said on Wednesday. Richer was officially suspended on Tuesday, it said in a statement. He and deputy Sars commissioner Ivan Pillay were initially suspended on December 5 amid allegations of a special projects …

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Cape gov reshuffle: nothing sinister

A recent reshuffle in the DA-led Western Cape government had nothing to do with quotas of Afrikaner representatives, former Health MEC Theuns Botha said on Saturday. “The media speculation of any sinister reason for Minister [NomaFrench] Mbombo and I swopping portfolios is unfounded and untrue,” said Botha in a statement. …

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