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  • 10:27 Vuyo Mvoko Speaks To Public Protector Thuli Madonsela

    Vuyo Mvoko Speaks To Public Protector Thuli Madonsela

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    SABC Contributing Editor Vuyo Mvoko spoke to Public Protector Thuli Madonsela. He began by asking why she felt it was important to draw the distinction between the presidency's rather civil way of responding to her, and the less than ideal treatment she i

  • 01:19 PSL Season To Kick Off On Tuesday With MTN 8 Competition

    PSL Season To Kick Off On Tuesday With MTN 8 Competition

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    The South African domestic soccer season kicks off in earnest on Tuesday with the MTN 8 competition. Orlando Pirates will host Ajax Cape Town while Bidvest Wits will lock horns with Supersport United at Bidvest Stadium. Defending champions, Kaizer Chiefs

  • 06:15 Caroline Wöstmann On G-Sport Awards Nomination

    Caroline Wöstmann On G-Sport Awards Nomination

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    Caroline Wöstmann from Pretoria, is an ultra-marathon runner who won the 2015 editions of the Two Oceans Marathon and Comrades Marathon. She is a mother of two. In her spare time, she is Lecturer at Wits University and she is a Chartered Accountant. For m

  • 01:36 Razzmatazz Minister Mbalula As He Supports G-Sport

    Razzmatazz Minister Mbalula As He Supports G-Sport

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  • 06:45 Nomkhita Mona On SAFCOL's Success

    Nomkhita Mona On SAFCOL's Success

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    Amid increasing criticism of state-owned entities, the South African Forestry Company (Safcol) has been performing well. With a R1bn turnover in the last financial year,the company is competing with listed giants such as Mondi, Sappi and York. However, th

  • 02:26 Brigadier Vish Naidoo On SAPS' Decision To Not Defend Civil Litigation

    Brigadier Vish Naidoo On SAPS' Decision To Not Defend Civil Litigation

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    A short while ago..police confirmed it would not be defending the civil litigation. The respective legal teams are expected to meet to discuss. National Police spokesperson, Brigadier Vish Naidoo joins us on the line now.. For more News visit: http://www.

  • 00:51 KZN Science Centre Stages Public Exhibitions

    KZN Science Centre Stages Public Exhibitions

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    Ever wondered how to power light-bulbs with potatoes, or to make a homemade volcano? Or even create fire using water? The KwaZulu-Natal Science Centre in association with the Department of Science and Technology is staging public exhibitions of basic scie

  • 01:45 More Students Are Being Trained To Be Electrical Engineers

    More Students Are Being Trained To Be Electrical Engineers

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    As the country faces water and energy shortages more electrical engineers are being trained to mitigate the problem. Monday saw 175 students begin their journey to becoming qualified electrical engineers. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Fo

  • 01:24 Soshanguve Launches A Youth Owned Bakery

    Soshanguve Launches A Youth Owned Bakery

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    A youth-owned bakery in Soshanguve north of Pretoria aimed at bolstering business in the township has been launched. The 3.8 million rand project is in line with Gauteng's project of revitalising township economies. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co

  • 01:21 Mangaung Metro Embarks On Major Development Projects

    Mangaung Metro Embarks On Major Development Projects

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    Several multi-million rand development projects are currently being carried out in the Mangaung Metro, which includes Bloemfontein. The projects are part of a massive development node along the N-Eight road between Bloemfontein and Botshabelo. The develop

  • 01:42 Absolute Nonsense To Say Manenberg Project Is An Election Ploy : De Lille

    Absolute Nonsense To Say Manenberg Project Is An Election Ploy : De Lille

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    Cape Town mayor, Patricia de Lille, has refuted reports that plans to upgrade the gang prone area of Manenberg, on the Cape Flats, are an electioneering ploy. De Lille, together with Western Cape Premier, Helen Zille, and the Manenberg Steering Committee

  • 01:28 SA Land Claims To Be Fast Tracked Via Mobile Land Claim Buses

    SA Land Claims To Be Fast Tracked Via Mobile Land Claim Buses

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    There's a new drive to fast track land claims in South Africa. Mobile lodgement buses will now criss-cross the country. Giving more people the opportunity to state their claim to land...http://owl.li/QreQj For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news F

  • 02:00 Let Me Die For My Sins : Malema

    Let Me Die For My Sins : Malema

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    EFF leader Julius Malema will be back in court over fraud and corruption charges - Tuesday morning. The case was postponed after it emerged that one of his co-accused is in hospital. Kagiso Dichabe was admitted in July. He, Malema and another co-accused L

  • 04:12 The Premise Of Nhleko's Report On Nkandla False : Madonsela

    The Premise Of Nhleko's Report On Nkandla False : Madonsela

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    Public Protector Thuli Madonsela says the premise of Police Minister Nathi Nhleko's report on Nkandla is false. Madonsela has maintained that there was no legal basis for Nhleko's report into security upgrades at President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla residence.

  • 01:51 Zuma Visits Slain Metro Cop Simon Mabatamela's Home

    Zuma Visits Slain Metro Cop Simon Mabatamela's Home

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    President Jacob Zuma says the nation will need to decide what needs to be done to stop police killings in South Africa. He was visiting the home of metro cop, Simon Mabatamela, who was gunned down this week. The President was accompanied by Gauteng Premie

  • 02:05 Duty Lies With Arresting Officer To Report Injuries On The Suspect : Coetzee

    Duty Lies With Arresting Officer To Report Injuries On The Suspect : Coetzee

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    Police have again come under fire for not following proper procedures when arresting Mozambican taxi driver Mido Macia in February 2013. A police trainer took the stand at the North Gauteng High court today. Warrant officer Yolanda Coetzee told the court

  • 01:52 Another Video Of Police Dragging Incident

    Another Video Of Police Dragging Incident

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    Yet another video has surfaced of police dragging a man behind a van. This time around, the incident happened at Mamelo informal settlement, near Vereeniging on Sunday...http://owl.li/Qre0W For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twit

  • 05:57 Leslie Massdorp On BRICS' New Development Bank

    Leslie Massdorp On BRICS' New Development Bank

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    The New Development Bank being established by the Brics' nations will be operational by the end of the year. SA is due to contribute 5 billion dollars to the bank and it is designed to complement existing western lending institutions. It's primary functio

  • 06:53 Car Sales Significantly Drop In SA

    Car Sales Significantly Drop In SA

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    Domestic vehicle sales remain weak, while exports are still bouyant. New vehicle sales fell by 6.1 percent on a yearly basis to 54,112 units in July. But exports increased by 24.4 percent. The outlook for vehicle sales for this year remains unfavourable m

  • 25:13 Question Time : 03 August 2015

    Question Time : 03 August 2015

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    National Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega was given until last Friday to tell President Jacob Zuma why she should still keep her job. The instruction followed the release of the Marikana Report. The report lambasted police action for the deaths of 34 stri

  • 00:53 Political Parties Have Reacted To Thuli Madonsela's Media Briefing

    Political Parties Have Reacted To Thuli Madonsela's Media Briefing

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    Political parties in Parliament have reacted to the briefing by Public Protector Thuli Madonsela, on her findings about security upgrades at President Jacob Zuma's private residence in Nkandla. The IFP says the war of words between the office of the Publi

  • 02:13 Police Officers Killed In SA 2015 Currently At 56

    Police Officers Killed In SA 2015 Currently At 56

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    The number of police officers killed this year has risen to fifty-six. Two police officers were killed in Mpumalanga over the weekend. And another two in Gauteng are in a critical condition after being shot at last night. Last week, three Metro police wer

  • 00:47 U.S. State Department Responds To Zimbabwe's Extradition Request For Cecil's Killer

    U.S. State Department Responds To Zimbabwe's Extradition Request For Cecil's Killer

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    Deputy Spokesperson Mark Toner of the U.S. State Department told Journalists Friday, that extradition requests are the discretion of the secretary of state, who weighs the accused's rights to a fair trial. Originally published at - http://www.voazimbabwe.

  • 09:14 Zimbabwe Sculptures In USA Attracting Millions Of People

    Zimbabwe Sculptures In USA Attracting Millions Of People

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    David Vogt, Airport Art Program Manager, says the large sculptures are part of the airport’s program to humanize the international airport’s vast scale as they provide travelers with museum quality artifacts that engage them between flights. [REPORT BY GI

  • 04:17 Four Things You Need To Know About Somalia's Economy

    Four Things You Need To Know About Somalia's Economy

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    The IMF has done its first economic check-up of Somalia since before the civil war, and it finds the country has made tremendous progress in spite of some formidable challenges. Rogerio Zandamela discusses what's in store for its economy. For more videos

  • 00:57 Tripoli Boxers Take To The Ring To Keep Sport Alive

    Tripoli Boxers Take To The Ring To Keep Sport Alive

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    Because of the ongoing conflict in Libya, many sports are struggling to stay afloat. Among them: boxing, once considered a violent sport and forbidden during the regime of dictator Muammar Gaddafi, who was overthrown in 2011.

  • 00:52 Protests Over Proposed Change To Election Law

    Protests Over Proposed Change To Election Law

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    Demonstrators took to the streets of Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, on Tuesday to protest against a proposed change to an electoral law that requires a census before presidential elections scheduled for 2016. Critics say the mo

  • 01:43 People React To News Of Lubanga's Sentence At The ICC

    People React To News Of Lubanga's Sentence At The ICC

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    The news that the International Criminal Court sentenced a Congolese warlord to 14 years in jail for using child soldiers on Tuesday was welcomed by many in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Thomas Lubanga was found guilty in March of recruiting, kidnappi

  • 01:11 Kabila Visits Eastern Region Where Peace Restored After Rebel Unrest

    Kabila Visits Eastern Region Where Peace Restored After Rebel Unrest

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    The president of the Democratic Republic of Congo was given a hero's welcome in the eastern city of Goma on Sunday. Thousands of people lined the streets of the city as President Joseph Kabila went on a triumphant walkabout. It was Kabila's first visit to

  • 02:26 Tanzanian Cartoons Animate Children's Maths Lessons

    Tanzanian Cartoons Animate Children's Maths Lessons

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    While mathematics might not always be the most popular subject in schools, a Tanzanian cartoon is helping to make learning fun for young students across East Africa. Ubongo Kid, which features a world of cartoon elephants, is Tanzania's most widely watche