Monthly Archives: May 2013

Natives Land Act: negotiating a new landscape 100 years later

Cape Town: As South Africa gets ready to mark the centenary of the 1913 Natives Land Act, Rural Development and Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti says South Africans must collectively work to undo the wrongs …

President Zuma arrives in Japan

Pretoria: President Jacob Zuma has arrived in Japan to participate in the Fifth Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD-V) to be held in Yokohama, the Presidency said on Friday.

This will be followed by …

Petrol price to decrease by 8 cents a litre

Pretoria: Motorists will be pleased to learn that the petrol price is to decrease by 8 cents a litre as of next week.

All grades of petrol will decrease by 8 cents a litre as …

Violence in Iraq killed more than 500 people in May: AFP

BAGHDAD: Violence in Iraq has killed more than 500 people in May, AFP figures showed today, as authorities struggled to contain a wave of unrest that has raised fears of new sectarian conflict.

And the …

Grootfontein by-election: Voters’ turn-out slow

GROOTFONTEIN; Voting in the Grootfontein by-election underway here is going at a very slow pace.

Short queues were seen immediately after the polling stations opened at 07h00 on Thursday, but these also faded as the …

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