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EFF leader Julius Malema is expected to appear in the Vanderbijlpark Magistrate's Court on Friday to face a charge of reckless or negligent driving. Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters, was charged with reckless and negligent driving
IFP MP Ben Skosana will be given a provincial official funeral, the presidency said on Friday. "President Jacob Zuma has declared a provincial official funeral for the late Inkatha Freedom Party Member of Parliament and House Chairperson of the
Members of the media were on Wednesday barred from entering the Vanderbijlpark Magistrate's Court where EFF leader Julius Malema was appearing. Security guards at the door told the media they were instructed not to allow them inside. Malema was
The Municipal Demarcation Board (MDB) chairperson must resign because he has a conflict of interest in municipal mergers in the Vaal, the DA said on Wednesday. "We believe that this conflict could have had a serious impact on the outcome of the MDB's
A few hundred students sang songs ridiculing President Jacob Zuma at the Vaal University of Technology in Vanderbijlpark on Tuesday. Many of them dressed in red T-shirts and red Economic Freedom Front (EFF) berets packed the parking lot at the campus'
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A Sasolburg school teacher who was shot by a pupil was in a stable condition after undergoing surgery, a hospital official said on Friday. Emfuleni MediClinic spokesperson Retha Behr said the teacher was operated on to have the bullet removed from
Education determines a person's ideological outlook but there must also be a mindset change, ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe said on Friday. "[People] must reorientate themselves from being forces of resistance to being forces of change,"
Sedibeng Mayor Mahole Simon Mofokeng should be fired after reportedly being arrested for alleged drunk driving, the Cope said on Thursday. Cope spokesperson Sikelelwa Clara Sodlulashe-Motau said Mofokeng's behaviour was disgraceful and an
Sedibeng Mayor Mahole Simon Mofokeng was arrested for allegedly driving while drunk, after bumping into another car while leaving a Vanderbijlpark hotel, The Star reported on Thursday. According to the report, Mofokeng spent Tuesday night in prison.