Mpumalanga premier David Mabuza will make an announcement later today about places where the public can place flowers and write messages of condolence to honour former president Nelson Mandela.
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HIV/Aids activists have warned that Mpumalanga will not win the fight against the pandemic unless it puts its house in order.
A municipal clerk thought her ordeal ended when she won a lengthy sexual harassment civil case against her former boss, but now she is in the battlefield again – fighting to keep her job.
By-elections in Mpumalanga have been marred by allegations of irregularities after an independent candidate lodged a complaint with the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC).
Police are monitoring the situation after angry community members near Nelspruit blockaded roads in protest against a candidate imposed by the ANC.
The SA Communist Party (SACP) in Mpumalanga has fired a salvo at some ANC leaders for allegedly manipulating the electoral list process, going against communities’ preferred candidates to stand in by-elections this week, and “hatred” toward its members.
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Steven Mndawe has not been able to get a full-time job since he finished high school 13 years ago.
When the University of Mpumalanga’s first 140 students enter the new premises for the first time, they’ll be walking into a fascinating mix of entirely different architectural ideas.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) in Mpumalanga believes it is growing stronger in the province after being joined by ANC veteran Joe Nkuna.
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Mpumalanga traditional chiefs have threatened to resign from the provincial house of traditional leaders if government does not announce concrete plans to deal with the carnage on the notorious R573 Moloto road.
Delta Mokoena, the president of a small Mpumalanga political organisation accused of a string of vigilante crimes, has embarked on a campaign to clear his name following his conviction in two cases last week.
Members of Mpumalanga police unit the Tactical Response Team (TRT) are under investigation for allegedly shooting at a police officer’s vehicle and assaulting him.
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- RT @Bhintsintsi: #Chikane Look at the Madiba mirror and ask if you are what he sacrificed for. We must not distort his face #Mandela 5 hours ago
- MT @Bhintsintsi: #Chikane Today struggle gets manipulated to produce outcome that favours 1 person/another. We must be bold to say is wrong 5 hours ago
- RT @Bhintsintsi: #Chikane: When we went to struggle there was no salary, or budget for struggle. There were no benefits or tenders #Mandela 5 hours ago
- Proteas shine but rain has the final say: http://t.co/T7vghEMsx3 by @kaymorizm 6 hours ago
- RT @Bhintsintsi: #Mbeki The mourners are now singing "Thabo Mbeki, Buya Thabo" as he finishes. Clearly, a case of nostalgia #Mandela 6 hours ago
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