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GALLERY: EFF leads picket at Dept of Sport offices to reopen stadiums

Eye Witness News 20 Jan 2022
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), along with supporters of various soccer ...
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Who is the SA chief arrested over weed at the presidency, and why has he camped there for years?

Ghana Web 13 Jan 2022
Chief Khoisan SA, the leader of a group of Khoisan people, has been arrested near South African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s office in Pretoria over cannabis ... Chief Khoisan’s wife, Queen Cynthia Triegardt, told Pretoria News that the dagga (cannabis) plants had been in the area near the president’s office for about three years.
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Police officer sentenced to 10 years for defrauding SAPS of over R1.7m

Independent online (SA) 13 Jan 2022
Pretoria – A former police officer was sentenced on Wednesday to 10 years in prison after defrauding the SAPS of just over R1.7 million. Former warrant officer Stephan Ferreira, 47, ...
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South African 'king' arrested for growing cannabis outside president's office

Anadolu Agency 13 Jan 2022
A self-proclaimed king of South Africa's indigenous Khoisan community has been arrested for growing cannabis plants outside the president's office in Pretoria, one of the country's three capitals ... a face mask in public when ordered to do so by a police officer,” he said.
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South Africa’s ‘King Khoisan’ arrested over cannabis plants at president’s office

Joy Online 13 Jan 2022
South African police have uprooted several cannabis plants growing near President Cyril Ramaphosa’s office in Pretoria ... In 2018, the group set up camp on the green space outside the president’s office, near a giant statue of Nelson Mandela, to campaign for the official recognition of their language.
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South Africa's 'King Khoisan' arrested over cannabis plants at president's office

Business Ghana 13 Jan 2022
South African police have uprooted several cannabis plants growing near President Cyril Ramaphosa's office in Pretoria ... In 2018, the group set up camp on the green space outside the president's office, near a giant statue of Nelson Mandela, to campaign for the official recognition of their language.
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South African indigenous 'king' released on warning

Urdu Point 13 Jan 2022
Pretoria, (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 13th Jan, 2022 ) .The leader of an indigenous South African group was released on bail on Thursday, one day after his dramatic arrest for growing marijuana outside the president's office in a years-long protest ... offices.
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SAfrican indigenous 'king' arrested for growing pot at presidency

Urdu Point 12 Jan 2022
Pretoria, (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 12th Jan, 2022 ) .South African police Wednesday uprooted cannabis plants grown by indigenous activists who have camped outside President Cyril Ramaphosa's office for more than three years, AFP reporters saw.
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S African indigenous 'king' arrested for growing pot at presidency

Urdu Point 12 Jan 2022
Pretoria, (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 12th Jan, 2022 ) .South African police Wednesday uprooted cannabis plants grown by indigenous activists who have camped outside President Cyril Ramaphosa's office for more than three years, AFP reporters saw.
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MK grouping surfaces with fresh proposals on saving ANC, while another group threatens January 8 rally

Independent online (SA) 05 Jan 2022
Durban - Yet another document offering solutions on how to save the ANC from its current "leadership challenge" has been prepared and is being circulated by the group of former uMkhonto Wesizwe (MK) operatives which last year met in Pretoria under the leadership of the former army intelligence officer, General Mojo Motau. Titled “Saving the ANC.
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Relief for Post Office workers as Supreme Court rules that retirement contributions must continue

Independent online (SA) 04 Jan 2022
Cape Town - South Africa’s postal workers can breathe a sigh of relief now that the post office retirement fund has succeeded in its bid at the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) to force the SA Post Office (Sapo) to continue making contributions to the fund.
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SA Post Office must pay workers’ pension fund, court orders

Independent online (SA) 03 Jan 2022
Pretoria - Good news for SA Post Office (Sapo) workers is that the Supreme Court of Appeal has ordered that the postal giant cannot shy away from its obligations towards its employees. It has to pay its monthly contributions on behalf of the workers towards the Post Office Retirement Fund ... Pretoria News .
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