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Woman heading to Mozambique caught with R1m in fake smokes and sneakers

Woman heading to Mozambique caught with R1m in fake smokes and sneakers

A KwaZulu-Natal woman has been arrested for being in possession of illicit goods with an estimated value of R1.2m.

Men find HIV testing 'burdensome, not important', study finds

Men surveyed in a recent study in Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal found HIV testing to be “burdensome” and the least of their priorities.

Lesufi calls on community to help find Leticia Jansen's killer

The grade 9 pupil at Graceland Education Centre in Germiston was stabbed, raped and burnt to death. Her body was found in the bush near Elsburg.

WATCH | Police fire stun grenades at protesting Unisa students in Durban

Police fired stun grenades and rubber bullets as student protests kicked off at the University of South Africa in Durban on Monday.

Motorist drives into elderly woman carrying baby in Ventersburg

A 61-year-old and a baby were treated in hospital after a motorist ploughed into them in Ventersburg, Free State.

'His feet were swollen, they looked like elephant feet': Ex-cop on apartheid-era torture

A security branch officer employed at the infamous John Vorster Square police station, where political prisoners died during the apartheid era, spoke on Monday of the torture and turmoil his colleagues would put detainees through.

HIV prevalence among adolescent girls a challenge in SA, says research

Research has show that the prevalence of HIV among adolescents, especially girls, remains a challenge in South Africa.

Zimbabwean man in court after bus 'stolen'

A man in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, has appeared in court after allegedly falsely claiming he bought a bus worth more than US$31,000 (over R450,000).

Maile rescinds suspension of DA councillors Mathebe, Da Gama

The suspension of two DA councillors has been withdrawn by Gauteng cooperative  governance and traditional affairs MEC Lebogang Maile.

Freedom Under Law backs call for suspension of judge president Hlophe

“Until such time as a proper investigation is completed and all consequential processes - which may include impeachment - are completed, judge president Hlophe cannot be allowed to exercise the powers of a judge.”

'War on Leaks' stepped up as army withdraws from incomplete Vaal River rehab

The programme seeks to train young people to be able to assist local government to reduce non-revenue water due to malfunctioning infrastructure.

SANDF withdraws from Vaal River rehabilitation project

After a 15-month deployment, the SA National Defence Force team sent to clean up the Vaal River system will withdraw its services on 31 January.

WATCH|Health department says measures to stop coronavirus are being put in place

An obscure virus in another part of the world, or an impending global outbreak that could hit SA?

KZN education department to investigate after grade R pupil burnt at school

The KwaZulu-Natal education department has launched an investigation after a grade R pupil was burnt on the school premises.

DA wants investigation into health minister Zweli Mkhize's appointment of his niece as chief of staff

The DA said on Monday it will request an urgent investigation by the Public Service Commission into the appointment of Sibusisiwe Ngubane Zulu, health minister Dr Zweli Mkhize’s niece, as the department’s chief of staff.

Police cell patrols did not take place the night Neil Aggett died, inquest hears

A security branch officer who was stationed at Johannesburg's John Vorster Square police station said it was strange that uniformed police officers who usually patrolled and checked cells hourly failed to do so on the morning Dr Neil Aggett was found hanging in his cell

WATCH | Nine arrested after violent street brawl in Greenside

Nine people were arrested after a violent street brawl in Greenside, Johannesburg, at the weekend

NHI will collapse like the road accident fund: John Steenhuisen

DA leader John Steenhuisen has sounded the alarm for South Africans over minister of health Zweli Mkhize's comments that the NHI will be run much like the financially strained and troubled road accident fund (RAF).

UKZN suspends registration at Howard campus following unrest

Registration at the University of KwaZulu-Natal's Howard campus was officially suspended on Monday.

Tshwane metro cop arrested for 'extorting bribes' from motorists

A Tswane Metro Police Department (TMPD) officer is due to appear in the Pretoria regional court on Monday on a charge of corruption

Trial of 11 accused in murder of Thorisho Themane to be held in camera

The trial of nine minors and two adults accused of the murder of Thoriso Themane will be held in camera.

Dead pilot's husband says dreams crashed

CAA says trio was very experienced

Miguel Louw murder and kidnapping accused's application to have case dropped fails

The Durban high court has dismissed an application by Mohammed Ebrahim, the man accused of killing Sydenham schoolboy Miguel Louw, to have the murder and kidnapping charges against him dropped

Government must ensure SAA and Eskom are not privatised: Sihle Zikalala

KwaZulu-Natal premier Sihle Zikalala has appealed to the government to ensure that state-owned enterprises such as Eskom and SAA are not privatised

Students embark on university national shutdown

The university national shutdown is currently under way at some of the public universities across the country.

Tshwane speaker challenges suspension

Maile consults over next legal move

Family dog finds girl's body after 'cops turned them away'

The family of a 14-year-old girl who was found dead on Friday say police turned them away when they went to report her disappearance last week.

'QwaQwa shutdown will take us backward,' says government

The department of water and sanitation has warned that any resumption of a total shutdown in QwaQwa, Free State, will frustrate government's efforts to get water back to the area.

Stevens Mokgalapa has the last laugh over sex saga

The DA investigation has found "no conclusive proof" that Tshwane mayor Stevens Mokgalapa and his former MMC for roads and transport Sheila Senkubuge had sex in the office.
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