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Nando’s takes Gareth Cliff off menu over ‘highly disappointing’ conduct

Nando’s takes Gareth Cliff off menu over ‘highly disappointing’ conduct

Nando's has announced that it has terminated its sponsorship of Gareth Cliff's show The Burning Platform on Cliff Central.

Gqeberha businessman in court for counterfeit goods worth R3.9m

A Gqeberha businessman has been summoned to appear in court to answer to a raft of charges after alleged counterfeit goods worth R3.9m were seized from his shop and home.

Don’t let also-rans split support for DA‚ Steenhuisen begs voters

DA leader John Steenhuisen says voters should ignore emotional appeals from smaller parties and give his party a chance in the local government elections on November 1.

Covid-19 jabs safe in early pregnancy, Norwegian data shows

Covid-19 vaccinations do not increase the risk of first-trimester miscarriages in pregnant women new research shows.

Public protector condemns Sassa for tender bungle that left destitute hungry

Public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has slated the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) for a food parcel tender bungle that left the destitute hungry.

Nando's probes Gareth Cliff show it sponsors after Twitter roasting

Nando's says it is investigating an incident in which broadcaster Gareth Cliff told a guest on his show that her personal experience of racism was not important.

Obama stumps for Virginia candidate in race seen as referendum on Biden

Opinion polls show McAuliffe, who served as Virginia's governor from 2014 to 2018, and Republican Glenn Youngkin nearly tied in the countdown to the Nov. 2 election.

UN plane aborts landing as air strike hits Ethiopia's Tigray

An Ethiopian government air strike on the capital of the northern Tigray region on Friday forced a U.N. aid flight to abort a landing there, the United Nations said.

Eastern Cape teacher jailed for R45,000 funeral policy fraud

An Eastern Cape teacher has been handed a suspended jail sentence for funeral  policy fraud.

Former Man Utd defender Evra alleges he was sexually abused as a child

Former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra was sexually abused by a teacher when he was 13, the Frenchman alleged in an interview to The Times newspaper on Friday.

Nigerian state to shut camps for people displaced by insurgency

Nigeria's Borno state, the epicentre of an ongoing Islamist insurgency, will shut all camps that are holding thousands of internally displaced persons by the end of the year, its governor said on Friday.

Credit card fraudster handed a seven-year jail term

A fraudster who was bust for cloning credit cards and then skipped bail will spend the next seven years behind bars.

Police rescue 11 kidnapped Ethiopians from Johannesburg storage facility

Suspected Ethiopian extortionists have been bust in Johannesburg for kidnapping fellow countrymen across SA.

Man accused of murdering UK lawmaker Amess to face trial next year

The man accused of stabbing to death British lawmaker David Amess at a church where he was meeting voters last week is due to go on trial next year, London's Old Bailey court heard on Friday.

WATCH | Rosemary Ndlovu found guilty of family murders

Former police officer Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu, who was accused of killing her lover, sister, cousin, niece and two nephews to cash in on life and funeral policies, was on Friday found guilty of the murder of all six victims.

French court to hand down verdict on Real's Benzema on Nov. 24 -media

A French court will hand down its verdict in Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema's "sex tape affair" trial on Nov. 24, French CNews and BFM televisions reported on Friday.

Prop gun in Alec Baldwin accidental movie set shooting had live rounds, police say

Alec Baldwin was handed what was described as a safe "cold gun" on the set of his movie "Rust", but the prop gun contained live rounds when it was fired, according to details of the police investigation into the fatal shooting.

White lawyer appointed as senior magistrate after 12 years of litigation against justice department

Justice and correctional services minister Ronald Lamola has appointed Martin Kroukamp as a senior magistrate - after 12 years of litigation.

'Please Call Me' inventor wins new round in Vodacom case

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has found the auditors regulatory body guilty of maladministration in a complaint brought by the “Please Call Me” inventor on Friday.

Covid-19: SA records 517 new cases, 56 deaths in 24 hours

It was another day of low Covid-19 infections, with 517 cases recorded in the past 24 hours.

ANC is on the Right path now, Motlanthe tells disgruntled voters

Former president, and head of the ANC's electoral committee Kgalema Motlanthe believes the ruling party is on a better path now than it was in 2017 - when he said it would have been best if it hit rock bottom and lost the national elections.

Western Cape local government MEC in breach of executive ethics code, public protector finds

Public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has found the Western Cape local government MEC in breach of the executive ethics code, for his failure to timeously deal with allegations of improper conduct against officials in the troubled Oudtshoorn local municipality.

Investigating officer revelling in victory after killer cop Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu’s guilty verdict

Sgt Keshi Benneth Mabunda and prosecutor Riana Williams received praise from judge Ramarumo Monama for the watertight case they produced in nailing the murder mastermind.

WATCH | City seeks interdict as Pretoria streets are strewn with trash

The City of Tshwane said on Friday it is going to court to seek an urgent interdict against the SA Municipal Workers' Union (Samwu) after municipal services in the city were disrupted.

Suspected poacher ‘trampled to death by elephant’ in Kruger National Park

A suspected poacher's body was found in the Kruger National Park on Thursday.

Nine more military veterans get bail after ministers’ ‘hostage drama’

The remaining nine former military struggle veterans who allegedly held defence minister Thandi Modise and two other ministers “hostage” last week were granted bail on Friday.

ActionSA loses court bid to have its name on ballot papers

The Electoral Court has ruled against new political party ActionSA in its bid to have its name added to the ballot papers being used for the November 1 local government elections.

Ex-cop Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu found guilty of killing relatives and boyfriend

Former police officer Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu has been found guilty of killing her five relatives and boyfriend and cashing in on their life insurance policies to the tune of R1.4m.  Nldovu was also found guilty of defeating the ends of justice, defrauding Clientele, 1 life, Old Mutual and Assupol insurance companies,  incitement (hiring someone to kill her sister Joyce and her five children)  and the attempted murder of her mother Maria Mushwana.

Judge says ex-cop Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu's case has similar hallmarks to one heard 89 years ago

A high court judge has drawn similarities in former cop Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu's murder trial to a case that was heard in one of the country's courts nearly nine decades ago.
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