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  1. Cosafa boss allays Ghana's security fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | GhanaWeb

    Cosafa competition's boss, Timothy Shongwe, has played downed security fears at the upcoming tournament due to recent xenophobic attacks in host country South Africa. The Cosafa Cup is returning after a year's hiatus with Ghana set to feature as guests but concerns have been raised about possible security threats as parts of South Africa has witnessed some locals attacking foreign nationals in order to get them to leave the country - the widely condemned act has claimed quite a number of lives.


  2. UPDATE 2-Listing preferred option for Anglo's South Africa platinum mines- CEORead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Reuters

    Anglo American favours a listing of some South African platinum mines as the most likely route to divesting those assets, the mining group's chief executive said on Friday. Platinum has been a problem for London and Johannesburg-listed Anglo American for some time, due to recurrent strikes and stubbornly weak prices.


  3. Up to 40% Off Safari Accommodation in May, June 2015 at Manyane Resort in PilanesbergRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | PR Log

    Manyane Resort rolls out 3 winter promos, making way for very fulfilling safari getaways that won't break the bank. With these offers from this top resort in Pilanesberg, South Africa, guests get up to 40% discount on from May 4 to June 11, 2015.


  4. Anglo American: IPOs planned for platinum minesRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 |

    THE CHIEF executive of Anglo American, Mark Cutifani, yesterday said that a listing of some South African platinum mines was the most likely route to divesting those assets. Anglo American, listed in London and Johannesburg, is looking to divest some of its costliest platinum mines in South Africa and is considering whether to list or sell them.


  5. A South African murder through the lensRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Mail & Guardian

    Greg Marinovich looks at the difficult situation faced by photojournalist James Oatway who pictured the death of Mozambican national Emmanuel Sithole. Earlier this week South African photographer James Oatway and journalist Beauregard Tromp were in Alexandra township, an impoverished black township that can euphemistically be described as "gritty".


  6. South Africa: I Am Against Xenophobia. We Are One HumanityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 |

    A group of South African students write short messages supporting the NoToXenophobia campaign in the midst of the turmoil of xenophobic attacks in the country which were instigated at the CBD in Durban recently. They put to pen their thoughts on the attack and also stand with many fellow South Africans who are against the brutal killing of fellow African brothers and sisters.


  7. Call to protect union leadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 |

    He was on Tuesday briefing journalists in Sandton following the killing of Amcu Rustenburg leader Collen Petlele, who was shot at his home on Saturday night. His death closely followed that of SA Transport and Allied Workers Union Gauteng secretary Chris Nkosi, who was gunned down by unknown assailants last week.


  8. .com | One dead in Magaliesburg accidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | News24

    A woman has died in a pedestrian accident along Rustenburg Road around 15 km from Magaliesburg near the North West-Gauteng border, paramedics said on Sunday.


  9. SAMA: Who should win and who will winRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 |

    As South Africa celebrates the 21st anniversary of the South African Music Awards , there's no denying that this is the era of Cassper Nyovest. If the Metros and the Channel Os are anything to go by, then there's no stopping the Motswako rapper.


  10. Club star April to make WP debutRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 |

    This is no late April fool joke Garth April will be making his senior rugby debut for Western Province today. The Durbanville/Bellville club star has once again caught the attention of WP coach John Dobson and been included in his run-on XV for the Vodacom Cup South Section match against the Border Bulldogs at City Park in Crawford, with the No.


  11. Protesters warned ahead of music awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 |

    Security will be tight at Sun City outside Rustenburg during the South African Music Awards , North West police said on Friday. "Taking into consideration the current protest situation in Ledig village and the planned South African Music Awards that will be taking place on Sunday, the police are geared towards ensuring security of all the attendees," said Brigadier Thulani Ngubane.


  12. Two held for looting R20K of groceriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 |

    Two men were arrested in Ledig outside Rustenburg for possession of stolen groceries worth R20 000, which was allegedly looted from foreign-owned shops, North West police said on Thursday. "It is alleged that the suspects were arrested after being found in possession of groceries worth R20 000 that was taken from one of the shops during looting," said Brigadier Thulani Ngubane.


  13. Rappers dominate the SAMAsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 |

    It iS the 21st year of the South African Music Awards and we are about to see a new brand of music being celebrated in the country. There is no hiding from the fact that we are in an era of hip hop.


  14. .com | Viral video shows vigilantism, not xenophobia - policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | News24

    North West police said on Saturday a horrific video that has gone viral of a group of young men being necklaced and burnt alive in South Africa was in no way linked to xenophobic attacks and was not an attack on Zimbabweans as suggested on social media. It was however, vigilantism in retaliation for a bar fight death in Sondela informal settlement in Rustenburg on 7 March.


  15. Footage of mob attack raises alarm in South AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | Al Jazeera

    A graphic video depicting a group of South Africans setting alight a group of bound young people, initially believed to be foreigners, after dousing them in fuel, has gone viral. Saturday's development comes on the back of a series of incidents reported by local media, and after the South African Human Rights Council, a human rights body in the country, along with other concerned parties raised an alarm on Thursday about renewed attacks on foreign migrants in the country.


  16. .com | True story of shocking 'xenophobic attack' video revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | News24

    A shocking video circulating on Saturday and which was described as showing young Zimbabweans being necklaced in a xenophobic attack in Durban this week is unconnected to attacks on foreigners in South Africa this week, News24 has confirmed. The video was seized upon on social media on Saturday morning as evidence of the violence against foreign nationals this week as xenophobic tension in South Africa rises, but the truth behind the footage is quite different.


  17. 'Vavi apologists targeting Rustenburg'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 |

    The National Union of Mineworkers national organisers forum on Friday said the Rustenburg platinum belt has been indentified as the organisation's "weakest link" and its operations there were being undermined by "apologists" for ousted Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi. In a statement issued after a two-day national organisers' forum, NUM said it would defend the trade union federation by "explaining to members in clear and no uncertain terms about what is really happening in Cosatu".


  18. Stoan Seate launches 'Ikgate Motlhala' cycling campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | Bizcommunity

    Itsoseng-born Stoan Seate is taking part in a cycle campaign themed "Ikgate Motlhala" in aid of raising funds for school children and early development centres in and around the province of Bokone Bophirima . The Ikgate Motlhala - an inaugural cycle challenge adopted by Stoan Seate as part of the 4020Phenomenon is scheduled to take place from 3-9 May. This social campaign aims to raise money and essential services that will help uplift disadvantaged schools and early development centres within the province of Bokone Bophirima.


  19. We cannot shy away from our past: DARead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 |

    "Destroying statues cannot changed our history. The issue of statues is a sensitive and divisive, it needs to be handled delicately," said provincial party leader Chris Hattingh.


  20. .com | Protesters to chain themselves to Paul Kruger statueRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 | News24

    The Front National Party is getting behind Afrikaans singer Sunette Bridges to defend the statue of Paul Kruger in Church Square, Pretoria. According to the City Press the controversial Bridges plans to chain herself to the statue on Wednesday morning after the ANC Youth League called for its removal.