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Afrikaans children's gay marriage picture book

The bestselling children's book with a gay marriage "The Princes and The Treasure" has just been released in an Afrikaans version titled "Die Prinse en die skat".

The English version of the book has

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UMALUSI approves the final batch of the 2014 KZN Mid-Year results

Spotlight published an article under the headline ‘Umalusi approves kzn results of the 2014 senior certificates exams’ published on 30 September.

After conducting a third and final audit of the investigation, the Department of Basic Education submitted the final report to Umalusi on 20 October 2014.

Based on the evidence presented, it is clear that irregularities were widespread. However, on the basis of approved release results show 203 centres- out of a provincial total of 365 centres.

Furthermore, Umalusi took results at the remaining 153 centres where gross irregularities were found across subjects.

"It is Umalusi's considered view that the results of the affected centres were so compromised that

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Attack against WITS for Oscar Pistorius.

Scathing allegations have been made against the Wits Justice Project by the acting National Commissioner of the Department Of Correctional Services, Zach Modise. These allegations were made during the Commissioner’s testimony in the sentencing hearing of Oscar Pistorius, on Thursday.

The Wits Justice Project is an independent project based at the University of the Witwatersrand's Department of Journalism. During his testimony, the Commissioner provided that the Wits justice Project was run by two journalists and accused them of only writing stories that aim to depict the Department Of Correctional Services in a negative manner.

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KZN Premier fights against fraud and corruption

KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu had warned that fraud and corruption has potential to collapse government if nothing was done to root out this scourge from government and society as a whole.

In a meeting held at Cedara outside Pietermaritzburg, the Premier convened this meeting to allow heads of Departments, Chief Financial Official and supply chain

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President Zuma launches the first government green building

Department of Environmental Affairs launched the ‘first green department building ‘.it was officially opened on Friday by President Jacob Zuma.This newbuilding will serve as the head office of thedepartment. It is located in the suburb of Arcadia, Pretoria at the corner of Steve Biko and Soutpanberg streets.

The building consists of lighting efficiencies that maximize natural light sources, cutting edge technology compact fluorescent lights, individual motion sensor light switching system, unique energy consumption mechanism and latest onsite state of the art Grey Water Treatment Works system

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Coroner’s inquest visits scene of Synagogue building collapse

The Coroner’s inquest investigating the collapse of a guest house at the Synagogue Church of All Nations on Thursday visited the scene of the incident at Ikotun, a Lagos suburb.

According to City Voice newspaper, the visit was part of efforts by the inquest to unravel the cause of the Sept. 12 incident which killed about 115 people.

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Deserted daughter still climbs higher

“They said I should know that if I go back to Mochudi I will never be their child and they will not take care of me. I succeeded and got a place at Molefi senior." 

Phatsimo Dithero Kgosiemang (20)

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President Zuma will celebrate media contribution to freedom

President Jacob Zuma will on Sunday 19 October, host a celebration of the contribution of the media fraternity to the attainment of freedom and democracy, as the country marks 20 years of freedom and democracy this year.

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KIDS LAID TO REST AFTER POISONING.

The Ema primary school kids who died after eating at school were laid to rest at the Winterveldt Cemetery on Thursday.

Sibongile Mahlangu, Mbalenhle Mahlangu and Precious Msiza died after eating food at Ema primary last week Thursday, it is alleged that they have been poisoned.

The Principal of Ema primary

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Minister Nxesi fights fraud and corruption.

R34.9 billion of irregular expenditure wasdiscovered by Department of Public Works.

The Department of Public Works turnaround efforts have uncovered R34.9 billion of irregular expenditure,some of which goes

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Minister Gigaba eradicates lack of service delivery

Minister Malusi Gigaba delivered his speech on the 28th of September 2014 his speech outlined progress to the implementation of government’ Programme of Action as announced by President Jacob Zuma during his State of the Nation Address earlier this year.

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Motorists to expect Petrol “increase & decrease”.

The Department of Energy herewith informs the public that the prices of petrol 95 Octane, diesel and Illuminating paraffin will decrease with effect from 1 October 2014.

However, the price of petrol 93 Octane and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) will increase

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Umalusi approves KZN results of the 2014 senior certificate exams

Umalusi, a council for quality assurance in general and further education and training. In a statement issued by Umalusi on 11 august 2014, the approval was granted for the release of the 2014 senior certificate results in all provinces except Kwazulu-Natal (KZN).

Umalusi took a decision to withhold results in KZN, after a number of systemic irregularities were detected.

49 of the 95 centres that were part of the original sample of audited scripts.

After the full-scale investigation

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‘I thought it unlikely for Ramaphosa to be a President’-Mbeki

Moeletsi Mbeki, businessman, deputy chair of the South African Institute for International Affairs and brother of former President Thabo Mbeki had a talk held at London’s School of Economics and Political Science on Tuesday.

He told a packed audience at LSE that the achievement of Mandela's cherished ideal of democracy in South Africa still had a long way to travel.

The main political dynamism, he said, was between state power and civil society – that part of society that is outside government and includes business,

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Two siblings die after eating at school

Two young girls died on Thursday after eating food from a state feeding scheme at a primary school in Winterveldt, north of Pretoria.

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Angrily residents protest against poor service delivery

The protest started after the mayor had a community meeting with residents in Madundube, a small

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Protect the children, save a nation.

Cases of child abuse are seen daily being it physical, verbal even sexual abuse, recent statistics show that 5 out of 7 children are abused by their parent figures or people they know.

In 2009 alone a total of 1018 child homicides were recorded across South Africa ,454 of these homicides  were fatal child abuse cases. Rape cases dominate the abuse list but half the time they are not reported they are kept on a low profile in aims of “protecting” the child’s reputation.

The most terrifying story is that of two toddler girls aged two (2)

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