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KZN death toll after flash floods rises to 51

KZN death toll after flash floods rises to 51

The death toll in KZN has risen to 51 following flash floods and heavy rains.

Judges who fail to deliver verdicts timeously are outed

A judgment in the Pietermaritzburg High Court of KwaZulu-Natal has been outstanding for more than six years, according to a list of late reserved judgments as of December 31 2018.

Chris Maroleng takes legal advice after dismissal from SABC top job

Former SABC COO Chris Maroleng is taking legal advice and is likely to appeal against his dismissal.

It's comfortable for me now to say vote ANC, says Mbeki

The ushering in of a "new dawn" has convinced ex-president Thabo Mbeki to openly campaign for the ANC more than 10 years since his removal from power.

'DA burnt bridges with the EFF' - Malema

EFF leader Julius Malema has changed his tune about rubbing shoulders with the DA in government after the elections.

4-year-old dies after tooth is extracted

A four-year-old girl went to a public clinic to get her rotten tooth removed and ended up dead.

Cyclone-ravaged Mozambique threatened by new tropical storm

The storm is forecast to make landfall late this week in Cabo Delgado province, reeling from violence at the hands of Islamists who have been terrorising villagers in remote communities for the past 18 months.

President Ramaphosa jets to flood-hit KZN as litter crisis looms

President Cyril Ramaphosa has flown to KwaZulu-Natal on his return from Egypt to assess flood damage and review the rescue operations underway in the ravaged province.

Pravin Gordhan fires off legal demand for proof after 'untrue' collusion claim

There is no basis in fact for Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's assertion that responses to her investigation into public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan might have been “co-ordinated”.

Washington backs 'legitimate demand' for civilian-led Sudan govt: US official

During her ongoing trip, James met the country's military council chief Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and several other officials.

Toll in Sri Lanka bombings rises to 359: police

Overnight, Sri Lankan police carried out fresh raids, detained 18 more people in their hunt for those involved in the attacks.

Babes Wodumo set to face the music in Durban court

Gqom star Babes Wodumo is expected back in the Durban Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday on a charge of common assault.

Botswana bans Bridgette Radebe

Botswana has banned the wife of a South African minister, who is also a sister of a powerful mining tycoon and the president’s sister-in-law, from entering the country visa-free, according to documents seen by AFP on Tuesday.

FF+ goes to Electoral Court to have BLF deregistered as political party

The Freedom Front Plus has approached the Electoral Court to have the Black First Land First (BLF) deregistered as a political party.

Theft charges against Solly Msimanga's brother withdrawn

The DA-led City of Tshwane plans on pursuing internal disciplinary charges against the brother of former mayor Solly Msimanga.

SABC fires Chris Maroleng as COO

The state-owned South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has fired its chief operations officer Chris "Don't Touch Me on My Studio" Maroleng.

No chance of EFF coalition with 'hostile' DA‚ says Julius Malema

EFF leader Julius Malema says his party will consider coalition talks with the ANC after the general elections next month - but not with the DA.

Court waits on DNA test results in wedding rape case involving three young girls

The Itsoseng magistrate's court has postponed the case of a North West man accused of raping three children in December, while the state waits for DNA test results

Mkhwebane says responses to Sars probe may have been 'co-ordinated'

Public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane believes responses to her investigation into public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan might have been “co-ordinated”.

KZN flood death toll shoots up to 32 as nine more bodies found at Chatsworth

Provincial authorities have confirmed that the current death toll from torrential rains that ravaged KwaZulu-Natal since Monday night is 32.

Mbeki hints at Zuma's 'good story' hypocrisy as he throws weight behind ANC

Former president Thabo Mbeki has taken a swipe at his successor Jacob Zuma for applying double standards.

Urgency of ANC members' fight against mother body to be decided

Three disgruntled ANC members in the Free State will find out on Wednesday if their attempt to declare the ANC provincial list conference unlawful is urgent or not.

WATCH | Health department probes 'drunk' PE hospital employee

The Eastern Cape health department is investigating a video clip purportedly showing an intoxicated man attempting to serve patients seeking medical treatment at Livingstone Hospital in Port Elizabeth.

Male nurse in hot water for performing near-fatal illegal abortion at home

A 53-year-old male nurse is in hot water for performing an illegal abortion and nearly killing a patient at home while off duty

More rain could lead to further flooding in Durban, weather service warns

Any amount of rainfall in Durban on Tuesday could lead to further flooding.

BEE a scam benefiting Luthuli House comrades and friends, says Tony Leon

Former DA leader Tony Leon has lamented the BEE policy of the ANC government as "a scam" that only benefits those connected to ANC leadership.

Come clean on your premiers‚ Mmusi Maimane challenges ANC

With only two weeks to go before the election‚ there are still unanswered questions about the people voters will actually be electing.

Sudanese militia commander waits in wings after president ousted

Sudanese militia commander waits in wings after president ousted

Two Muslim brothers were Sri Lanka hotel suicide bombers

Muslim brothers carried out two of the hotel suicide blasts in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, part of a wave of bombings that killed more than 320 people, police sources told AFP Tuesday.
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