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News24.com | Hidden agenda behind NMMU protests - SRC president
Student protests at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University are being driven by external parties, SRC president Nicholas Nyathi says.
News24.com | CUT students given until Tuesday to vacate Bloemfontein campus
Students at the Central University of Technology in Bloemfontein have been given until Tuesday to vacate the campus over safety concerns, says the SRC.
News24.com | Mandela's cell becomes a moving history on the move
Standing outside a replica of the tiny Robben Island cell, which was the home of Nelson Mandela for 18 years, has brought back powerful memories for anti-apartheid stalwart Ahmed Kathrada.
News24.com | White rhino survives North West poaching
An eight-year-old white rhino bull was the only survivor after five rhinos were poached in North West, Saving the Survivors said on Saturday.
News24.com | We owe Comrade Winnie enormous debt of gratitude - ANC
The ANC has sent "revolutionary well wishes" to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela as she celebrates her 80th birthday.
News24.com | 'I could have lost her' - former cop on wife who was stabbed
A Cape Town couple have been left traumatised after three men sabotaged their bakkie and attacked them with a knife in Durbanville.
News24.com | LIVE: #FeesMustFall - UKZN protesters call for complete 2016 shut-down
UKZN student leader Sikelela Majola has said they will accept nothing less than a complete academic shut-down for the rest of the year, otherwise everything will come to a halt.
News24.com | Zuma appoints new spy boss
President Jacob Zuma has appointed Arthur Fraser as the new director general of the State Security Agency.
News24.com | Missing Swiss wedding guest's body found in river
The body of a Swiss man, who disappeared while attending a wedding in the Lowveld Botanical Gardens in Mbombela, has been found.
News24.com | Private security raids UKZN PMB res
Private security guards contracted to the University of KwaZulu-Natal have raided the William O'Brien residence in Pietermaritzburg.
News24.com | Rohde's alleged lover's computer confiscated
Detectives have confiscated electronic equipment belonging to murder accused Jason Rohde’s alleged mistress.
News24.com | DUT students halt classes, threaten journalists
Durban University of Technology students have brought the city's CBD to a standstill after joining protests against university fees.
News24.com | Western Cape campuses quiet
All is quiet on the Western Cape's major campuses, with only the University of Cape Town suspending academic activities.
News24.com | Anika Smit murder accused sent for psychiatric evaluation
The 26-year-old man accused of murdering Anika Smit in 2010 will be sent for psychiatric evaluation, the Pretoria North Magistrate’s Court has ordered.
News24.com | Advertisers should boycott SABC - R2K
Lobby group Right2Know has called for advertisers to boycott the public broadcaster until its “crisis” has been dealt with.
News24.com | 'I forgive you' – Worcester bomb survivor
One of the 67 people who survived the 1996 Worcester bombing says forgiving the man who nearly killed her was one of the most difficult things she has done.
News24.com | All Gauteng varsities must be made ungovernable - EFF student leader
A decision has been taken to make all Gauteng universities ungovernable, an EFF student leader says.
News24.com | It might be time for a student referendum – Habib
Although thousands of students agree with the study fee protests, they do not want to sacrifice their own qualifications for the cause, says Wits University vice-chancellor Adam Habib.
News24.com | We are grateful for the gift of Winnie's life - Zuma
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s resilience in the face of the brutal onslaught by the apartheid regime is a reminder that the country’s freedom was never free, President Jacob Zuma has said on her 80th birthday.
News24.com | Fire tears through res at UKZN PMB campus
A fire tore through a residence at the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Pietermaritzburg campus on Monday morning.
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