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Jenkins collapsed while speaking at the podium at the Christian Revival Church. She was transported to the Kimberley Hospital in an ambulance. Briefing the media at the hospital, Director General in the Office of the Premier Justice Bekebeke said the
Jenkins was rushed to hospital by paramedics, but it was not immediately clear where she was taken for treatment. The premier was about 30 minutes into her speech in the provincial legislature when she collapsed.
The Free State's mysterious Operation Hlasela, under investigation by the public protector, appears to have been "sold" to the Northern Cape by businesspeople closely linked to Free State Premier Ace Magashule. A Mail & Guardian investigation
Northern Cape Premier Visits Crche in Keurtjieskloof 31 October 2011 press release Premier Hazel Jenkins visited Keurtjieskloof an area in Vanderkloof Dam on 26 October 2011. During this visit she urged the community of Vanderkloof Dam to educate
As Russell Cochrane's frantic parents reported the boy missing in the -20C chill, the five-year-old tyke was happily riding the rails after slipping out of his family's home. Rider Hazel Jenkins was stepping off the public transit C-Train at
Northern Cape Premier Hazel Jenkins was on Thursday visiting several places along the overflowing lower Orange River, between Upington and Keimoes. Jenkins was at Upington on Thursday morning, spokesperson for the premier's office Bronwyn Thomas said.
Speculation is rife in the Northern Cape that a provincial cabinet reshuffle is on the cards which will result in the firing of provincial chairperson and Northern Cape finance minister John Block. Block is facing charges of corruption arising from
The complaint followed the provincial government's Women's Day commemoration in Petrusville on Monday, Congress of the People provincial legislature member Fred Wyngaard said on Thursday. He said the event had been used as an opportunity to campaign
Northern Cape Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) head Justice Bekebeke has been appointed as director general of the province. Premier Hazel Jenkins said on Wednesday that Bekebeke's appointment would strengthen and enhance the provincial
South Africa will have a single election for all spheres of government by 2014, the Minister for Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Sicelo Shiceka, said on Tuesday. "In South Africa we are constantly busy with elections and there is no