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A wonderful goodbye to EcoMobility

JOBURG – Local residents and the City of Johannesburg enjoyed a beautiful Saturday afternoon in the sun on West Street in Sandton as they bid farewell to the EcoMobility World Festival on 31 October.

#FeesMustFall

Thousands of students of the University of the Witwatersrand and University of Johannesburg took to the streets of the Johannesburg CBD to protest a 10 percent tuition fee increase on 22 October.

#FeesMustFall

Thousands of students of the University of the Witwatersrand and University of Johannesburg took to the streets of the Johannesburg CBD to protest a 10 percent tuition fee increase on 22 October.

Gallery: Students victorious in protest against fee increases

Police officers and one of the protesting students. Police officers that tried to keep the protesting students calm.The crowds that dispersed when police officials used stun grenades and rubber bullets to try and calm the situation.

Mass prayer held to honour fallen police

Around 5 000 people attended the mass prayer from across all seven regions in the City of Johannesburg.Children from surrounding areas show their support at the mass prayer.Over 5 000 people attend the mass prayer held at the Standard Bank Arena in Johannesburg.A police band sets the tone before the mass prayer.Metro police, together with...

Bridge collapse on the M1 highway

SANDTON – The scaffolding attached to a pedestrian bridge across the M1 highway collapsed on 14 October, killing three people.

Blessings for pets

Ruby Rose with her four guinea pigs and her dad David Butler at St Francis Anglican Church to get their pets blessed.Emma Frahm-arp with her hamster Violet and Reverend Jonathan Meintjes at the pet blessing in Parkview.Stirling gives his mum Chantal Meugens a hug before his blessing.Pets get comfortable before their blessing at St Francis...

E-tolls war far from over

JOBURG – Leaders of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) leaders and more than 5 000 workers marched through the Joburg CBD to say ‘enough is enough’ to government and big businesses as a job crisis looms nationally.
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