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Ruling expected in bid to dissolve KZN ANC leadership

Judgement has been reserved in the application to have the African National Congress (ANC) leadership in KwaZulu-Natal, elected in 2015, dissolved.

Search continues for hit-and-run jumping castle suspect

The search continues for the suspect involved in a hit-and-run which left a five-year-old girl dead.

Police kill five suspected of involvement in Spain terror attacks

Spanish police have confirmed that five men linked to Thursday afternoon's terror attack in Barcelona have been killed.

Charred body found in Kraaifontein

Police confirmed that the charred body of a male was discovered in a concrete pipe on a field in Eikendal, Kraaifontein.

Mother of assaulted model: 'It's not about money'

The mother of the model allegedly assaulted by Zimbabwe's First Lady Grace Mugabe says that the case is not about the money - she wants justice for her daughter.

Australian senator attends session in full burqa

Controversial Australian politician Pauline Hanson caused a stir during a senate session on Thursday, arriving a few minutes late and wearing a black burqa.

Arrests made in connection with Dumi Masilela's murder

Three men have been arrested in connection with the death of Rhythm City actor Dumi Masilela.

Guptas sue Bank of Baroda

Companies forming part of the Gupta-owned Oakbay Group started litigation against the Bank of Baroda after it said it would be closing the company's accounts.

Hijacker arrested after shootout with police

Police inĀ  Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal are being praised for excellent work following the arrest of a hijacker on Thursday evening.

Arrests made in Worcester man's murder

Four men have been arrested in Worcester for allegedly abducting and killing a man.

Suspects identified in Gauteng taxi rape and robbery

On Thursday, Gauteng police released images of two men believed to be linked to a rape and robbery that happened in March.
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