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Widow pours out her heart
Added: 23 Oct 2014
THE widow of murdered Ixopo farmer Peter Hackland yesterday laid bare the heartbreak his death has caused her, their family, the Ixopo farming community and farmworkers who lost their jobs....

Last hurdle to New York rowing epic
Added: 23 Oct 2014
ADVENTURER Riaan Manser and his partner Vasti Geldenhuys will be rowing across the Hudson River in New York City this weekend....

Cars bullied off fast lane
Added: 23 Oct 2014
MSUNDUZI Mayor Chris Ndlela’s official car was allegedly driven recklessly, tailgating and flashing other motorists to force them off the fast lane, says a Pietermaritzburg resident....

Swiss retailer sorry for ‘Hitler’ coffee cream pot blunder
Added: 23 Oct 2014
GENEVA — Swiss retailer Migros apologised yesterday for what it said was a string of errors that put coffee cream with the faces of Hitler and Mussolini in cafes in the Alpine country....

R44 bln in tax hikes loom
Added: 23 Oct 2014
BRACE yourself as the government tries to shore up the bleeding economy by raising R44 billion more in tax revenue over the next three years....

ANC unsympathetic as Madonsela asks for more funding
Added: 23 Oct 2014
CAPE TOWN — Public Protector Thuli Mado-nsela’s work as South Africa’s number one investigator is threatened because her office is “technically insolvent”....

IFP calls for Mchunu’s wife to resign
Added: 23 Oct 2014
JOHANNESBURG — KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu must remove his wife from her post as uThungulu district mayor, the IFP demanded yesterday....

Chinese national robbed of R1,3 mln in daring daylight heist
Added: 23 Oct 2014
A CHINESE national was robbed of R1,3 million in a daylight heist at Amanzimtoti’s Galleria Mall yesterday. ...

UKZN slashes language degrees Afrikaans, German to go
Added: 23 Oct 2014
IT’S a case of “Totsiens”, “Auf wiedersehen”, “Ciao” and a partial “Au revoir” as several language degrees are canned by the local university....

All set to go for matric examinations
Added: 23 Oct 2014
WITH many matric pupils across the province writing their first National Senior Certificate examinations on 27 October, the Department of Education in KwaZulu-Natal says it’s all system go, with 148 000 pupils registered to write. ...

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