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'We want death penalty for trigger-happy cop'

'We want death penalty for trigger-happy cop'

Angry residents loot, torch tavern

Two metro cops shot dead protecting Durban councillor's house

Police are on the hunt for suspects who shot and killed two metro police officers and stole their firearms on Monday night.

Reusable pads can last 5 years

Help for underprivileged school girls

Trolley-pusher graduates in worker suit

Xulu bemoans lack of employment

Communiy protests against coal mine

Police fire rubber bullets, arrest angry protesters

'Political meddling' defence's trump card

Zuma's team put forward strong case

Public protector slates Weather Service for 'irregular' appointment

The South African Weather Service (Saws) must approach the courts within 30 days to have the "unlawful" appointment of a manager with insufficient credentials set aside

ANC NEC: Everything you need to know

The parliamentary candidates were nominated by the party’s provincial leaders from all the provinces, except the Western Cape

A story of fire and ice: Niki Lauda, Formula One legend

One shocked journalist at the time wrote how he had seen Lauda peel blood-soaked bandages from his scalp after the race.

Jacob Zuma co-accused Thales to argue NPA 'misconduct' in bid for stay of prosecution

French Arms company Thales will on Tuesday attempt to convince the Pietermaritzburg High Court to grant it a permanent stay of prosecution.

Teen behind bars for allegedly murdering 8-year-old schoolmate

A 17-year-old primary school pupil accused of beating to death murdering an 8-year-old learner at a North West primary school will remain in custody, police said on Monday.

Bushbuckridge councillor in court on fraud and theft charges

A Bushbuckridge councillor and his alleged accomplices have been arrested for fraud and theft.

Police hunt men who killed three women in Thohoyandou

Limpopo police are looking for the people responsible for murdering three women in the early hours on Monday morning in Thohoyandou, Limpopo.

Dogs maul 3-year-old to death after mother takes child to tavern

A three-year-old toddler was mauled to death by dogs on Saturday evening near Mokopane in Limpopo.

Prosecuting Shaik was a ‘test’ before they came after me: Zuma

Former president Jacob Zuma says that the prosecution of his "friend and comrade" Schabir Shaik was a test to see if prosecution against him would be successful.

Thandi Modise to replace Baleka Mbete as National Assembly speaker

Thandi Modise is set to become the new speaker of the National Assembly when it convenes on Wednesday.

1st suspect in robbery of American students waits for bail application

A 30-year-old Mamelodi man fingered in the robbery involving American exchange students will have to wait until next week Monday to hear if he will be granted bail

Billionaire Robert F. Smith to grads at US black college: I'll pay your debt

Sunday was already a day of joy and pride for the graduating class at historically black Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia — and then it got a whole lot better.

Environmental group enters legal fight over Cape Town's bid to procure its own electricity

The Centre for Environmental Rights has applied to be a friend of the court in case in which the City of Cape Town is seeking to be allowed to procure its own renewable energy without needing permission from the national energy minister.

'I hate racists, I don't think he'll finish term with all his teeth': EFF's Collen Sedibe warns FF+ colleague

The EFF's Mpumalanga chairperson Collen Sedibe has come under fire for his warning that FF+ provincial leader Werner Weber will not finish his term "with all his teeth".

Durban parishioners in Egypt bomb blast to return home

A group of about 20 Durban parishioners who were amongst the 25 South African tourists injured when a bomb exploded near their bus in Egypt on Sunday are expected to arrive back in Durban on Monday.

'Hayi, well, no, all the speculations are wrong' - Mabuza on rumours that he will be removed as deputy president

Deputy president David Mabuza has dismissed speculation that he won't return to his position when President Cyril Ramaphosa announces his new cabinet.

Zuma should have been charged with Shaik‚ says his advocate

Where would former president Jacob Zuma be if he had been charged with his former financial adviser Schabir Shaik? A long way from the corruption charges that he is still trying to fight‚ his lawyer advocate Muzi Sikhakhane told the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Monday.

Zimbabwe secures foreign loan of R7.2bn

Zimbabwe's central bank has secured a $500m (R7.2bn) loan from unspecified international banks to support interbank currency trading from today and ease a dollar crunch that has brought fuel and medicine shortages, governor John Mangudya said.

WATCH | SA tourists in Egypt bus explosion: What we know so far

Twelve foreign tourists, including three South Africans, were injured in Sunday's explosion in Egypt.

Gauteng school applications fast approaching target - Lesufi

Almost 200,000 applications were processed by the Gauteng education department for grades 1 and 8 on Monday morning - double the number of applications the department received in 2018.

ANC Western Cape spokesperson threatens party with legal action after 'dismisal'

Western Cape ANC spokesperson Lionel Adendorf has given an ultimatum to the party's  provincial executive committee to retract claims that he had been "relieved" of his duties or face legal action.

KZN premier-elect Sihle Zikalala to be sworn in on Wednesday

KwaZulu-Natal premier-elect Sihle Zikalala will be sworn in as head of the province by  KZN judge president Achmat Jappie in Pietermaritzburg on Wednesday.

Shady people can 'vouch' for thorough crime-buster Hermione Cronje

Hermione Cronje returns to the organisation in which she had a hand in setting up.
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