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EFF: No freedom without the land

Spokesperson for the National Freedom Party, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, said the party wanted two things in particular on this Freedom Day.

Johnson calls Corbyn a mutton-headed mugwump

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson called leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn a mutton-headed mugwump on Wednesday night.

Macron v Le Pen for French presidency

Outsider Emmanuel Macron defied the odds to narrowly win the first round of voting in France's presidential elections.

Groenewald says white South Africans are not free

Leader of the Freedom Front Plus Piet Groenewald said white South Africans were not free, adding that the racial laws of the ANC -led government were oppressive.

Bollywood legend Vinod Khanna has died

Bollywood legend Vinod Khanna has died at the age of 70, following a long battle with cancer.

Guinea government grappling with Boke riots

Secretary-General in the Guinea Mines Ministry, Saadou Nimaga said that country's government was working on finding a solution to the riots that have spread throughout the bauxite mining hub (Boke), which is Africa's top aluminum producer.

Johnson calls Corbyn a mutton-headed mugwump

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson called leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn a mutton-headed mugwump on Wednesday night.

Zikalala: Freedom is meaningless without transformation

Chairperson of the African National Congress in KwaZulu-Natal, Sihle Zikalala, said the expropriation of land without compensation seemed to be the only solution to one of the government's greatest challenges.

City of Cape Town reveals MyCiti extension plans

The City of Cape Town has announced plans that will see the MyCiti bus service extending into the Northern and Southern suburbs.

Jehovah's Witnesses declared an extremist group and banned in Russia

The Supreme Court of Russia on Thursday declared the Jehovah's Witnesses Christian organisation an extremist organisation, and banned it from operating on Russian territory.

Violence in the North West leads to 48 people arrested

The North West has been struck by violent protests over the past week in Lichtenburg and Coligny. Forty-eight people have been arrested for public violence and looting in relation to recent protests.
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