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Three teenagers write about their perspectives on the 16 Days of Activism Campaign

16 Days: ‘Boys are taught they have more power and authority than girls’

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SA Human Rights Commission welcomes appointment of 7 new commissioners appointed by President Jacob Zuma
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Should companies provide employee benefits such as life cover and retirement funding for their staff? Maya Fisher-French reports

Will your employer provide benefits?

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“If people do not have to work to get to the top, there is a tendency that opportunists start believing they have a right to simply and quickly get to the top,” says Nhlanhla Nene on BEE

‘BEE attracts opportunists,’ says Nene

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The University of Johannesburg has joined other universities by increasing its tuition and residence fees for 2017 by 8%.

UJ the latest varsity to up fees by 8%

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The farewell, hosted by Speaker Baleka Mbete, was in honour of and to thank former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela and others, but Madonsela did not attend.

Parliament does not feel snubbed regarding Madonsela’s absence

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“That newspaper that will be carrying headlines about you, tomorrow it will covering fish and chips in Soweto. That is how I survive. I brush it off. It doesn’t touch me.”

‘Forget about negative reports,’ Zuma’s wife tells S’fiso Ncwane’s widow

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"A special condonation dispensation has been approved to accommodate learners whose promotion to the next grade level may be adversely affected by the compulsory requirement of passing mathematics at level 3 (40%)."

20% maths pass ‘scandalous’, says Sadtu; Western Cape ‘will take it up’

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"We have, throughout the year, made it very clear that anything more than 0% is unacceptable. The university had sufficient time to pool its resources to avoid a fee increment. It is clear [they] had no intention of pronouncing 0%," students say.

Students fume as varsities announce fee increases for 2017

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South Africa has a shortage of 80 000 nurses with only one registered nurse for every 402 people.

Shortage is ‘critical’ as nurses emigrate for better pay, conditions and jobs

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The lowest point to date in our political history was the moral assault and disrespect of ANC stalwarts by Gumede and Maine...it makes one wonder who Gumede and Maine are, writes Mphumi Mdekazi.

Who are they to attack our stalwarts?

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Willem Oosthuizen and Theo Jackson, who allegedly forced Victor Mlotshwa into a coffin and threatened to pour petrol on him, will find out whether they will be granted bail by the Middelburg Magistrates’ Court. The two men had initially abandoned their application for bail after fearing for their lives if they were to be released. Follow the live feed here ow.ly/kEw7306Vu5v
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About 8 000 pupils in Gauteng have yet to find a school for next year.

8000 pupils school-less as Gauteng’s numbers swell by nearly 5%

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Maguvhe, who is partially blind, said that he felt bullied as a person with a disability and that his rights as set out in the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities were undermined by the committee.

‘Bullied’ SABC boss Maguvhe still defiant

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Motlanthe also said: “The land issue needs to be addressed proactively. More undue delays will lead to public unrest.”

Motlanthe: Apartheid-era laws have no place in new SA

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Ladysmith Black Mambazo have been nominated for the 17th time.

Local talent set to flourish at Grammys once more

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For Nene, who is involved in his family’s farm, agriculture is of critical importance to the economy. He places its importance as being on a par with mining.

Now Nene’s into the finance of farming

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EFF chief whip Floyd Shivambu said the committee that must appoint the board could not get to work because of ANC infighting about who should be deployed to the board.

NYDA board selection process drags on (and on) to March

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Cyril Ramaphosa has the final word in the National Assembly this afternoon before MPs deliver their farewell speeches to mark the closure of the Parliament till next year.

Last words from Ramaphosa as parly shuts for 2016

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