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KwaMhlanga – Ahead of today's road safety campaign launch, authorities in Mpumalanga have yet again identified the under-construction Moloto Road as a major cause of deadly festive-season crashes. Community Safety spokesman Moeti Mmusi, on Wednesday, said: “The road carries a large volume of traffic on a daily basis and during the holiday season gets worse. “The road has over the

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Implats Tragedy: Death Toll Rises To 12, Hospitalised Mine Worker Passes Away

Rustenburg - The Implats disaster death toll went up on Wednesday with the death of an injured employee, bringing the total of deceased mine workers to 12. "It is with deep sadness and regret Implats reports that an employee, who was hospitalised following the accident at Impala Rustenburg’s 11 Shaft on Monday 27 November 2023, has died," Implats said. "Implats

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July Unrest Instigator 36-Year-Old Mdumiseni Khetha Zuma Sentenced To 12 Years In Prison

Pietermaritzburg - Convicted July unrest instigator 36-year-old Mdumiseni Khetha Zuma has been slapped with a 12-year prison sentence. On Wednesday, the Pietermaritzburg Regional Court sentenced Zuma to an effective 12 years imprisonment for inciting people to gather and commit public violence. The court found that the accused incited ordinary people to join the violent unrest. Zuma made an inciteful video,

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SANCO Factions Unite, National Office Bearers Elected, Ex-President Jacob Zuma Remains KZN Chair

Durban - Warring factions in the South African National Civics Organisation (SANCO) have buried the hatched and opted to unite. At the 7th National Conference at the Nkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre in Durban, SANCO resolved to unite, which culminated in the election of office bearers - including former president Jacob Zuma who remains SANCO chairperson for KwaZulu-Natal. The

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