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News24.com | DA welcomes travel ban
The Democratic Alliance has welcomed the travel ban for non-South Africans from countries affected by the Ebola virus outbreak.
News24.com | Parly to set up committee to probe EFF conduct
Parliament is set to establish a committee to probe the conduct of the EFF and a possible censure for the party's members who disrupted proceedings in the National Assembly.
News24.com | Ad body rejects complaint against Teazers
The Advertising Standards Authority of SA has dismissed a complaint against a Teazers advertisement allegedly mocking people with bipolar disorder, the authority says.
News24.com | Learner-to-school ratio meaningless
The learner-school ratio used by the basic education department is not an accurate way to evaluate education quality, according to an SAHRC report.
News24.com | Twitter abuzz after EFF say pay back the money
Twitter has been abuzz as South Africans watched the EFF refuse to leave the National Assembly after Speaker Baleka Mbete ordered them out after they chanted 'pay back the money'.
News24.com | Court to hear king's bid to stop removal
The Mthatha High Court will hear Abathembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo's application to interdict President Jacob Zuma from removing him as a king.
News24.com | Zuma to meet Nxasana again soon
President Jacob Zuma told Parliament that he was considering submissions made by national director of public prosecutions Mxolisi Nxasana and would soon meet with him for a second time.
News24.com | SA remains Ebola-free: Motsoaledi
South Africa has no cases of the Ebola virus, says Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi.
News24.com | Zuma discusses Palestine with organisations
President Jacob Zuma met representatives of civil society, trade unions, and the ANC Youth League to discuss support for Palestine, a lobby group has said.
News24.com | Govt to stop racism in SA education
Government will implement several measures to stop racism and discrimination in educational institutions, Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande has said.
News24.com | Eastern Cape school list to be compiled
The basic education and Eastern Cape education departments have to publish an updated list of public schools with inappropriate structures, the Eastern Cape High Court has ruled.
News24.com | Media24 launches Afrikaans news website
Media24 has launched a national Afrikaans news website, an amalgamation of news from four of its titles, it says.
News24.com | Parliament mayhem a sad day for SA - DA
The Democratic Alliance has blamed both the speaker and the EFF for the mayhem in Parliament, saying it is a sad day for the country's democracy.
News24.com | Scuffle between EFF, ANCYL at parly
Police had to break up a scuffle between EFF MPs and ANC Youth League national task team member Braam Hanekom at Parliament.
News24.com | ANC appalled by EFF MPs' behaviour
The ANC has expressed outrage at the Economic Freedom Fighters' behaviour in Parliament.
News24.com | Seven appear for Galeshewe murder
Seven people arrested in connection with a young man's murder have appeared in the Galeshewe Magistrate's Court in Kimberley, Northern Cape police say.
News24.com | Advocate on fraud charges opts for plea bargain
An advocate charged with defrauding the legal aid authorities is to plead guilty in plea-bargain proceedings, the Bellville Specialised Commercial Crime Court has heard.
News24.com | Man dead after orange pelting
Two men are suspected of killing a farmworker by pelting him with oranges.
News24.com | EFF causes mayhem in Parliament
Speaker Baleka Mbete has been forced to suspend a sitting of the National Assembly as a question session to President Jacob Zuma descended into chaos.
News24.com | Malema: We will make Zuma answer us
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has promised that the party “will get Zuma to come to the parliamentary committee to answer” for the Nkandla upgrades.
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