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End rape and brutal killings of women

End rape and brutal killings of wom…

Gauteng has experienced s...

Its Wooo Haaa! at Berea Park

Its Wooo Haaa! at Berea Park

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City wins legal battle against Yeoville church

City wins legal battle against Yeov…

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Mayor welcomes new JMPD recruits

Mayor welcomes new JMPD recruits

One hundred and seventeen...

Chaos at IDP meeting

Chaos at IDP meeting

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Residents take a walk towards a healthier lifestyle

Residents take a walk towards a hea…

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Our administration’s vision is to grow the economy of Joburg - MMC Ngobeni

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With good training you can go from zero to hero in business

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Hollywoodbets Hillbrow donates to PC Allstars Football Club

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Mayor warns motorists

Mayor warns motorists

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Drill Hall gives hope

The first inner city project of its kind in South Africa, called the ‘Best life for every child’ has managed to inspire the voluntary participation of community citizens, as well as over 30 stakeholder organizations, with numbers still growing.

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Zuma visits inner-city rehab centre

Braamfontein - President Jacob Zuma has cast the spotlight on the importance of support for victims of rape and abuse, to lessen their trauma.

Zuma said this when he paid a visit to the Ikhaya Lethemba Centre, where he interacted with victims and staff members about their experiences. He was accompanied by Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane and Johannesburg Mayor Parks Tau.

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