South Africa

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Durban pothole
Newsroom, Slider, South Africa

How to claim damages from government if your vehicle is damaged by a pothole

Sakeena Suliman – Cii News | 12 Safar 1436/05 December 2014 It is not untrue that South Africa does not have the infrastructure to accommodate Continue Reading →

Escourt Fire
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Escourt Madressah Appeals for Assistance after Devastating Fire

Cii News | 10 Safar 1436/03 December 2014 The overwhelming support and goodwill of the community has cushioned the impact that a devastating fire has Continue Reading →

Abused Men
Newsroom, Slider, South Africa

Husband battering is no laughing matter

Cii News | 09 Safar 1436/02 December 2014 It may be difficult to believe but the flip side of domestic violence paints the picture of Continue Reading →

Red tide
Health & Science, Newsroom, Slider, South Africa

Port Elizabeth is painted red, again

Cii News | 08 Safar 1436/01 December 2014 For the second time in this year alone, the coastlines of Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape Continue Reading →

Extreme-Adventure
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5 Gut Wrenching Local Adventures

Fatima Haffejee – Cii Radio |  07 Safar 1436/30 November 2014 The thing about holidaying is that not everyone has the same interests. Whilst most Continue Reading →

children domestic violence
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Children, the hidden victims of a rocky marriage

Cii News | 05 Safar 1436/28 November 2014 Teachers, educators, the first people to witness the change taking place in an abused child or a Continue Reading →

Zuma Abbas handshake
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Zuma: Israel’s ‘Don’t Care’ attitude most serious obstacle to peace

Ebrahim Moosa – Cii News | 04 Safar 1436/26 November 2014 While the world was united in seeking a just solution to the conflict in Continue Reading →

ISIS South Africa
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SA Govt says not aware of any citizens joining ISIS

Cii News | 01 Safar 1436/24 November 2014 A report that appeared in the Sunday Independent, alleging that the outfit called Islamic State was recruiting Continue Reading →

bad customer service
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How far would YOU go to protest bad service?

Fatima Haffejee – Cii News | 29 Muharram 1436/23 November 2014 The CellC banner strategically placed outside the World Wear Centre on Beyers Naude Drive Continue Reading →