Friday , 20 October 2017

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Match fixing? No. Not Lefty

Match fixing? No. Not Lefty

CHRIS DUBE Just as we started to make significant noise about how little we get to see our black brethren in the greens of the cricket team, we are hit with a bomb! Lonwabo Tsotso ...

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Make Your Marriage a Priority

Make Your Marriage a Priority

SINCE marriages are ordained by Jehovah God, it is essential to subscribe to His principles if marriages are to be happy. It is worth noting Jehovah God performed the first marria ...

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The e-toll saga continues

The e-toll saga continues

It never rains but pours. The Gauteng province is once again on the spotlight as the saga around e-tolls recurs. The public has been informed of an increase of the e-toll fees fro ...

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Understanding rules of the market system

Understanding rules of the market system

EARLIER this week, I drove to Sebokeng to listen to Premier David Makhura address residents of South Africa’s economic powerhouse, Gauteng Province. The province last year contrib ...

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Run and run to Rio

Run and run to Rio

SO those very fit athletic runners that can run and run and run in those events we all know as marathons have been told they need to come back and 'prove form' before they can get ...

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Idle mind is the devil’s lair

Idle mind is the devil’s lair

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA AN idle mind is the devil’s workshop, goes the saying in the Holy Book. “Idle hands are the devil’s workshop. Idle lips are his (devil's) m ...

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Editor’s Note: Zuma’s long week in politics

Editor’s Note: Zuma’s long week in politics

PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma’s famous song, Indelendlel’ esiyihambayo, meaning it is going to be quite a long week, is the perfect depiction of the events around him over past few days. A ...

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No peace in the world without Christ

No peace in the world without Christ

JOHANNESBURG – AMONG the most topical issues in the world is the elusive search for peace somewhere in the Middle East. The elusive process to attain peace between Palestine and I ...

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So-called prophets silent on dry spell

So-called prophets silent on dry spell

JOHANNESBURG - THE dry spell characterising the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region begs the question, ‘If indeed, we do have the prophets of the Almighty Jehovah ...

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