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Open manholes costing JRA millions

Despite citizens in Johannesburg being able to report infrastructure issues through tech-savvy app ‘Find & Fix’, open manholes are a big problem.

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VUT students protest over NSFAS

Students from the Vaal University of Technology protest in Vanderbijl Park. The students are calling for the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) to...

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Tshwane WiFi tackles unemployment

The City of Tshwane and Project Isizwe free Wi-Fi service launched a free internet on demand service in Tshwane on Friday, January 30, opening job...

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Malema: EFF will grab land (video)

EFF leader Julius Malema said on Tuesday 13 January that his party was ready to occupy the land so that President Jacob Zuma could pay the land owners.

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Long queues at FET colleges

Students registering for the 2015 academic year at colleges for Further Education and Training (FET) stood in queues for hours on Monday to secure space for...

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Charlie Hebdo shooting (video)

Twelve people were shot and killed on Monday, 7 January 2015, at the Paris office of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Here’s a wrap-up of what happened.

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Community guidelines

Connect encourages debate, and most if this is done in our comments section. Sometimes though, people need a little reminding about how to engage in...