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2017-11-13 18:18
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Cape Town - The Fees Commission report is finally released, dramatic footage emerged of police arresting church-goer who allegedly attacked cop and R100 000 fine or 12 months in jail for Mduduzi Manana.

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EXCLUSIVE: Zuma's free education adviser was a spy

Morris Masutha, who dated President Jacob Zuma's daughter and is the chief architect of Zuma's blueprint for free higher education, worked for the SSA before moving to Zuma's office.

Investigative journalist Angelique Serrao filed this report

Zuma releases Fees Commission report

President Jacob Zuma has released the report of the Commission into the Feasibility of Fee-Free Higher Education and Training in South Africa.

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Universities SA concerned about proposed fees funding model

Universities South Africa has expressed concern over an income-contingent loan funding model proposed in the recently-released Fees Commission report.

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Dramatic footage of police arresting church-goer who allegedly attacked cop

Video footage of police officers attempting to arrest one of the church members who allegedly assaulted and disarmed a JMPD officer has emerged online.

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Manana to pay R100 000 or face 12 months in jail

The Randburg Magistrate’s Court has ordered former deputy minister of higher education and training Mduduzi Manana to pay a R100 000 fine or face 12 months in jail.

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Ex-Bok skipper calls for Coetzee’s head

Former national captain Wynand Claassen believes sacking Allister Coetzee as Springbok coach would be a step in the right direction for South African rugby.

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Gaydar co-founder falls to his death at Michelangelo Towers

South African-born Henry Badenhorst, who founded gay dating website Gaydar, has died after plummeting 23 floors.

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Many gifts, but 'no Guptas or alleged payments declared by Zuma'

DA leader Mmusi Maimane has viewed President Jacob Zuma's declaration of interests at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

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SA is on the verge of 'chaos' - Zackie Achmat

TAC co-founder and anti-apartheid activist Zackie Achmat has warned that South Africa is in an extremely dangerous situation where, unless something is done, a 'moment of chaos' will be created.

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Henri van Breda spends weekend in hospital after seizure

Henri van Breda has spent the weekend undergoing tests in hospital after having a seizure, the Western Cape High Court has heard.

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