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The most violent provinces in South Africa

The South African Police Service (SAPS) has released its latest set of crime statistics that cover the last three quarters of 2016. Here is a look at some of the most violent provinces in SA.

Deputy minister interacts with young people

Deputy minister for planning, monitoring and evaluation in the presidency, Mr Buti Manamela urged young people not to become slaves of nyaope; instead they must study hard and hold onto their dreams.

Mabuza to build 1000 RDP houses for mine community

“Housing construction and maintenance will be done by locals as unemployment is high in this community following the mine collapse last year”- Premier, David Mabuza

SA visa-free travel to EU still a possibility

South Africans may still be able to travel visa-free in European countries following Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba’s meeting with EU Ambassador Marcus Cornaro late last year.

WATCH VIDEO: Spokesperson attacked by drunk ANCYL members

Bayanda Mzoneli was spotted trying to take a video with his phone of angry youths attacking representatives of the National Development Agency(NYDA) during the Youth Imbizo at the community hall on Saturday.

Gravel roads need attention

After every shower, the City of Mbombela Local Municipality provides trucks with soil to re-gravel the damaged road.

Mabuza warns fat police

Mabuza’s calls came at the time where the province has welcomed over 400 newly trained police officers in the province.

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