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National Assembly Approves Process to Amend Section 25 of Constitution

The National Assembly has agreed that section 25 of the Constitution be amended to make expropriation of land without compensation more explicit. In February, the National Assembly and National Council of Provinces instructed the joint Constitutional Review Committee to review

A step closer towards land expropriation

After a debate that lasted for over 70 minutes, a majority of the Members of Parliament in the National Assembly have voted in favour of the adoption of a report of the Constitutional Review Committee on the review of Section

Police launch search operation for a missing woman

The Police in Mahwelereng have launched a search operation Dineo Onicca Maupye (20) from Mahwelereng Zone 1, who was last seen on 02 December 2018 at around 16:00. The victim allegedly left home with her younger brother, who later returned

Police launched search operation for a missing teenager

Police in Lebowakgomo outside Polokwane have launched search operation for a missing teenager, Mathapelo Mabitsela aged 14 from Lenting village who went missing a week ago. It is alleged that on 2018-11-25 the victim left home to visit her mother

Cop and husband killers sought

NELSPRUIT: Police in Mpumalanga are searching for unknown men who are responsible for the death of a female police Sergeant, who was attached to the Detective Services at Calcutta Police Station. Information at police disposal revealed that in the early

Zimbabwe Government Urges Opposition to Stop Economic Protests

Opposition supporters marched Thursday in Zimbabwe’s capital, demanding that the government do more to fix the sinking economy. The government allowed the protest, but said marches will only derail progress. Ahead of the rally, President Emmerson Mnangagwa warned the opposition

Hawks arrest Magistrate for alleged corruption

Pretoria: A 49-year-old Magistrate from Carletonville, Johannesburg, is to face charges of corruption soon following his arrest by the Hawks Serious Corruption Unit on Thursday. It is alleged that the Magistrate demanded a bribe from two suspects who were arrested

Legislative Sector Urged to Realign Its Oversight Work with National ...

One of the topics of the 2018 Speakers’ Forum Summit considered the impact of the High Level Panel (HLP) report, which was commissioned by the sector to assess the effectiveness of laws passed since 1994. And how it impacts on

New Report Accuses Uganda of Sending Arms to South Sudan

A new report accuses Uganda of diverting European weapons into South Sudan, circumventing a European Union arms embargo on the conflict-ridden country. The 101-page report by London-based Conflict Armament Research says the Ugandan government purchased arms and ammunition from at

Dr Jordaan praises FIFA’s Forward Programme

The opening of the FIFA Development Regional Offices in Johannesburg on Wednesday, 28 November 2018 was attended by most COSAFA Presidents and top FIFA officials. The offices which are situated at SAFA House on the North Wing, was attended by