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Bloemfontein judge appointed as first female Deputy Chief Justice

The Judge President of the Bloemfontein-based Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in the Free State, Justice Mandisa Maya, has been appointed as the Deputy...

Motshekga not satisfied with answers after teen’s death at Limpopo school

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says she is not satisfied with the answers provided by Mbilwi Secondary School during her visit after learning of...

Pappie wants to reconnect community with constitution

By running in the upcoming general elections former Executive Mayor of Mangaung, Pappie Mokoena, hopes to reconnect the community with the constitution and improve...

Parliament’s visit causes chaos in Botshabelo

Armed police restrained an angry group of Botshabelo residents after they had attempted to enter the already full Samson Sefuthi Community Hall, yesterday afternoon. The...

Child Protection Week celebrated

National Child Protection Week (28 May to 4 June) is marked annually to raise awareness for the rights of children. It aims to mobilise...

Today, 21 years ago, First draft of SA Constitution was published

In January 1995 an advertising campaign was launched to prompt public views on what should be in the Constitution. The first consolidated draft of the...

Today in history

These are some of the events that happened on this day, in the South African history. 2005    Janita Claassen (58) SA singer dies of...

New Expropriation Bill is unconstitutional and economically disastrous: Institute of Race...

THANDI XABA The Expropriation Bill of 2015 has re-surfaced and government expects over 300 000 new claims to be lodged during the re-open claims process,...

DA says FS health system needs urgent intervention

Shadow Health Minister, Dr. Wilmot James Photo by: Lerato Lelia

Leseding learners protest over Radebe’s return to school

The Radebe family following their success at the Bloemfontein High Court last week. Picture: Galoome Shopane.