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Editor’s Comment By Patrick O’Leary and Max Braun I share this month’s Editor’s Comment with my colleague, Max Braun, on a subject which needs urgent attention. I’ll kick off first. There is a vexing yet unresolved issue hanging over the

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The increase to fuel prices in July marked the fourth straight month in 2018 that these prices increased. They came off the back of three decreases in January, February and March. AA CEO Collins Khumalo says that the fuel price is a symptom of a weak economy and that dealing with increases to fuel prices needs a broader overview of the current economic climate in the country.
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The Dutch Reformed Church (DRC), also known as NG Kerk, maintains that its decision not to recognise same sex marriages is not tantamount to unfair discrimination and is not in breach of the Constitution.
Western Cape police are monitoring the township of Nduli in Ceres, after a series of service delivery protests which erupted.
Gauteng police are investigating a murder case after the burnt body of a man was found in Etwatwa, Daveyton.
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