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Crowd gearing up for Malema speech in Durban

Thousands are expected to turn out for an EFF Freedom Day rally at Inanda near Durban on Monday. A large police contingent is also on high alert as party supporters start to trickle into the John L Dube Stadium. People clad in vivid red regalia have already begun streaming into …

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EFF claims ‘political sabotage’ in KZN

The Economic Freedom Fighters believes the party is being politically sabotaged after it claimed the eThekwini Municipality cancelled its Freedom Day rally scheduled to be held at the John Dube Stadium in Durban. However, eThekwini spokesperson Tozi Mthethwa said the stadium has been made available to the EFF. “The stadium …

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Stage set for 2015 SA Surf Lifesaving Champs in Durban

The country’s top surf lifesavers converge on the Suncoast Pirates Surf Lifesaving Club this weekend for the 2015 South African Surf Lifesaving Championships, with the Masters paving the way for the juniors and seniors with the SA Masters Championship title deciders on Thursday. With the mercury expected to hit the …

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Two men seriously injured in Durban collision

Two men were seriously injured in a motor vehicle collision on the Queen Nandi Drive bridge in Durban on Thursday. Paramedics and firefighters used the jaws of life to free one of the men, who had been trapped in the wreckage of his vehicle. Crisis Medical spokesperson Kyle van Reenen …

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Pioneer Foods to buy 50% of Futurelife

Fast-moving consumer goods company Pioneer Food Group [JSE:PFG] announced on Thursday that it has entered into an agreement to acquire a 50% stake in Futurelife Health Products. Futurelife is a scientifically formulated, nutrient-dense food products company. The purchase price of the deal was not disclosed. According to Pioneer Foods – …

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CPI up after six months of decreases

The consumer price index (CPI) has increased to 4% y-o-y, ending six months of consecutive decreases in the y-o-y rate, Stats SA announced on Wednesday. The Inflation Factory (TIF) said on Tuesday that its calculations showed it would increase to 4.2% y-o-y. “The 9.3% petrol price increases is a key …

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Mom killed by hijackers in front of son was pregnant

A woman who was shot dead in front of her 7-year-old son in Soweto on Monday was three months pregnant with her third child. Charlotte Ramohai, 34, was “busy with this and that for the baby”, her mother-in-law Victoria Ramohai told Netwerk24’s Claudi Mailovich. Charlotte was already a mother to …

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Tributes pour in for ‘Shoes’

Tributes have poured in for the late Bafana Bafana great John ‘Shoes’ Moshoeu, who passed away at Morningside Clinic in Johannesburg on Tuesday. The African National Congress paid tribute to Moshoeu, who was a key and influential player in the Bafana Bafana squad that won the African Cup of Nations …

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