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SANEF COMMEMORATES MEDIA FREEDOM DAY

SANEF COMMEMORATES MEDIA FREEDOM DAY

SANEF COMMEMORATES MEDIA FREEDOM DAY By: JCT REPORTER 19 October 2015 ROSEBANK-THE real tragedy in Africa is that the post-colonial regime tend to replicate the press laws whose aim is to discipline the media, a Mozambican renowned Editor, Fernando Goncalves told participants recently. Addressing participants at the commemoration of Media Freedom Day on October 19,

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Wits STUDENTS AGAINST FEES INCREASE

Wits STUDENTS AGAINST FEES INCREASE 15 October 2015 BY: JCT REPORTER JOHANNESBURG-Wits University students shut down its main campus yesterday in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, forcing the university to cancel its plan to increase fees by 2016. Students blocked the main entrances of the university in protest against management’s decision of increasing fees by 10.5%, next year

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TEMPORARY BRIDGE STRUCTURE CLAIMS TWO LIVES AND INJURED 21

TEMPORARY BRIDGE STRUCTURE CLAIMS TWO LIVES AND INJURED 21. 15 October 2015 BY: JCT REPORTER JOHANNESBURG-It was Black Wednesday for Johannesburg motorists after the Grayston temporary bridge collapsed along M1 road yesterday. Two people died and 21 were injured. The Spokesperson for Johannesburg Emergency Services (EMS), Robert Mulaudzi told Joburg Central Times, “we managed to

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NATIONAL GENERAL COUNCIL IS UNDER WAY

NATIONAL GENERAL COUNCIL IS UNDER WAY 09 Oct. 15 By: Mulweli Thavhanyedza and Immanuel Mushavhela The Fourth National General Council (NGC) of African National Congress (ANC) is under way in Gallagher Estates, Midrand Gauteng from the 9th October until the 11th of October 2015. The NGC is a forum where the ANC review its progress

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Pistorius’s correctional supervision application will be heard today

Pistorius’s correctional supervision application will be heard today “Correctional Services says the parole board is expected to consider all the issues raised by the review board”. JOHANNESBURG – The Department of Correctional Services has confirmed that Oscar Pistorius’s application to be placed under correctional supervision will be heard today. The parole review board convened on

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Supreme court dismisses Hlaudi Motsoeneng appeal

Supreme court dismisses Hlaudi Motsoeneng appeal “The Supreme Court of Appeal has dismissed the SABC COO’s bid against suspension and has upheld Thuli Madonsela’s recommendations”. The Supreme Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal against part of a high court judgment that SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng be suspended pending a disciplinary inquiry against

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COSATU CALLS WORKERS TO JOIN THE NATIONAL PROTECTED STRIKE ACTION

COSATU CALLS WORKERS TO JOIN THE NATIONAL PROTECTED STRIKE ACTION 06 October 2015 By: JCT REPORTER The Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) is a trade union federation in South Africa. It was founded in 1985 and is the largest of the country’s three main trade union federations, with 21 affiliated trade unions, altogether

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Prolonged NUM strike will threaten Eskom coal supplies

Prolonged NUM strike will threaten Eskom coal supplies 05 October 2015 Johannesburg – Eskom does not expect the National Union of Mineworkers’ (NUM’s) strike in the coal sector to have an immediate effect on its coal supplies, but prolonged industrial action will deplete the power utility’s stockpiles. Over 30 000 NUM members went on strike

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World Teacher’s Day

World Teacher’s Day 05 October 2015 By: JCT REPORTER In many countries, Teachers’ Day is a special day for the appreciation of all teachers’ in the world, and may include celebrations to honor them for their special contributions in a particular field area, or the community in general. The date on which Teachers’ Day is

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Joburg Central Times Printed Version To Be Out Soon

Own correspondent 14 August 2015 Johannesburg-JCT printed version will be out by the end of September, 2015, the paper’s News Editor has announced. Immanuel Mushavhela said the printing has been long overdue. “I would like to confirm that the paper will be on the streets by the first week of September. Readers should brace for a

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