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A Wider Angle: This earth is all we have

Taxi industry supports anti-rhino poaching efforts writes DR BANDILE MKHIZE. This planet is all we have and somehow people seem to forget that.

Revenge won't help, mourners told

IOL  NT LINDOKUHLECOFFIN Durban - A sombre but tense mood prevailed at the funeral service of five of the victims of a taxi feud killing in eZakheni, Ladysmith on Saturday amid fears of further revenge attacks.

Fireworks as e-toll protesters lash out

Main Topix: SA National Roads Agency Limited - Congress Of SA Trade Unions
Protesters lash out at Sanral over e-tolls in Pretoria on 18 October 2014. JOHANNESBURG - Protesters burnt their unpaid e-toll bills on top of an empty coffin while singing the national anthem outside Sanral's offices in Pretoria on Saturday.

Cosatu, Outa plan mass protest

Main Topix: South Africa - West Rand
Police Keep A Watchful Eye On A Handful Of Protesters Outside Cosatu Headquarters In Johannesburg On Friday, 24 May 2013 After The March Against E Tolls Was Cancelled. Picture: Sapa. Cosatu & Outa have announced plans for a mass protest on Saturday against e-tolls.

Cosatu, Outa plan e-tolls protest

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) and the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa) are once again supporting each other in campaigning against the controversial e-tolling system, saying government must humbly admit it's wrong and simply scrap e-tolls.Both the organisations, including the National Taxi Association, have also...

Cosatu claims to have proof of Sanral retrenchments

Cosatu in Gauteng says Sanral has sent retrenchment letters to more than 1,200 of its employees.

Ladysmith deaths linked to 'rival families'

Community Safety and Liaison MEC Willies Mchunu chats to Eunice Qwabe. Durban - Taxi rivals whose years of animosity led to the deaths of 16 people in Ladysmith at the weekend are closely related.

Taxi family feuds led to massacre

Bus driver, Sakhile Dlamini, is recovering in hospital. He survived the shooting at a car wash in Ladysmith in which his two brothers were killed.
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