Vumani Mkhize

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Vumani Mkhize is a forward-thinking multimedia journalist at Eyewitness News with a passion for the web. He has multi-year experience at the coalface of South Africa's biggest news events. As a videographer and scribe he covers news as he sees it, and as it happens. Follow him on Twitter: @VumaniMkhize

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Mondli Zuma announced as new Mpumalanga police commissioner

Acting National Police Commissioner Khomotso Phahlane confirmed the appointment during a briefing in Pretoria on Monday after an Eyewitness News exclusive over the weekend. Phahlane says Mondli Zuma has been cleared of all allegations against him.

Basotho in SA no longer face deportation

Home Affairs has announced that Lesotho nationals living in South Africa illegally will no longer be deported due to the introduction of the Lesotho Special Permit.

TUT workers say no to insourcing deal

Contract workers who blockaded the Tshwane University of Technology’s Pretoria West Campus gate on Thursday, rejected a deal that would see them insourced over the next three years.

Additional R10bn funding boost for NSFAS

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme's 2016 budget has been increased to R10 billion to cater for millions of poor students who cannot afford to fund their higher education costs.

Maimane: The DA has no place for racists

Mmusi Maimane delivered a speech filled with soaring rhetoric intertwined with his own story as a black man married to a white woman. Maimane called on South Africans to find each other again and to speak openly about race.

'We are paid peanuts' - Unisa workers down tools

Unisa students striking alongside workers say they will not stop until their demands are met. They’re calling for registration fees to be scrapped and an end to the outsourcing of workers.

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Wits University has suspended onsite registration due to protests by the Fees Must Fall movement. Students have now been asked to register online or telephonically for the next two days.