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City Press is a well-respected agenda-setting South African news brand that publishes across platforms. Its flagship print edition is distributed on a Sunday.
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City Press 1h
How to make sure your finances are ready for a new car
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Tech | Are you struggling to keep with the latest tech developments? Here's what an industry expert believes will happen in 2019 - the year in which he says we will see a rapid extension of technology.
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Voices | "If institutions and humans refuse to change in the backdrop of world where times and conditions change the ultimate result is that they are left behind. One such example is South Africa's law schools."
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“It’s not a campaign for [Caster] Semenya, but [a campaign] to oppose unfair regulations.” This is why the state is throwing R25 million towards the legal costs of Semenya’s fight with the IAAF, writes
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City Press 7h
Pule Malahlela abandoned a very promising soccer career for a law degree, which eventually led him to become an entrepreneur and co-own local fast-growing spirits company ZAR Prestige Signature Club. By
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Investing in our future Boks: The Vusa programme, initiated by Bishops Preparatory School, instils a fervent desire in hundreds of disparate kids, all desperate to escape from poverty to become breadwinners, writes Petros Augousti
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City Press 10h
For the longest time, a Kaizer Chiefs or Bafana squad without goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune often created panic among fans. looks for the reasons and finds out who the frontrunners are to don Bafana Bafana's number 1 jersey
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City Press 10h
Will the national minimum wage improve the wages of ‘at least’ 6 million workers?
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City Press 11h
Think before you hit ‘post’ or ‘tweet’. It could get you fired ... or worse.
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RT : Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe will visit Gloria coal mine in Middelburg, Mpumalanga, today, to receive a progress report on rescue efforts for 22 people believed to be trapped underground.
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Newsletter| An insightful new book features a range of solutions-driven papers on SA’s inequality crisis, penned by the likes of Thuli Madonsela and Kgalema Motlanthe. In this extract, activist Ben Turok offers a big picture of where we find ourselves
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Newsletter| The Political Party Funding Bill, which requires all political parties to disclose their sources of private funding, is a welcome progression towards stemming corruption in the country, writes Paul Kariuki
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Newsletter| Nomvuyo Ketiso is the sole director of mining contractor and service company Dyrex and manages a team of 100 mostly male employees. She says SA’s introduction of BEE helped her get ahead
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Newsletter| Government intends to introduce legislation that will remove self-defence as valid reason for acquiring a firearm licence. But South Africans need to protect themselves & the most effective method is to arm themselves, writes Martin van Staden
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Newsletter| The people shall govern – so says the Freedom Charter. And so they do, says the ANC and all the parties represented in Parliament. But this is a lie because we don’t actually get to vote for our leaders, writes Terry Bell
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Newsletter| Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi tackles school safety and announces that the education department has secured R8.5 billion loan for infrastructure
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City Press Feb 14
Replying to @PalesaDlamini_0
RT : Lesufi: We have a plan and the plan is to have safe schools in Gauteng.
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City Press Feb 14
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MT : Lesufi: Our school infrastructure is falling apart and failing us. Lesufi says his department is aware that there are almost 190 schools that are death traps and action must be taken immediately.
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City Press Feb 14
MT : Gauteng education MEC Panyaza asks guests to stand to observe a moment of silence for learners who have passed on recently
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City Press Feb 14
Replying to @PalesaDlamini_0
RT : Mosuwe: The MEC called this meeting so all of us, as a collective, can discuss and deliberate about challenges our schools are facing.
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