| Al-Noor orphanage: Manager's 'very existence in SA based on fraud' - State
While the State believes that the manager of Al-Noor orphanage is a flight risk because of serious allegations, her lawyer pointed out she was so sickly it would take her three weeks just to get to an airport.

View Article | JUST IN: ConCourt to deliver judgment in Jiba, Mrwebi matter
The Constitutional Court will hand down judgment in a General Council of the Bar of South Africa application aimed at having axed deputy prosecutions boss Nomgcobo Jiba and her colleague, Lawrence Mrwebi, struck from the roll of advocates.

View Article | Sassa offices in KZN robbed of 18 computers, guards held at gunpoint
KZN Sassa spokesperson Mbizeni Mdlalose says the theft of the computers will not affect operations.

View Article | WATCH: Minister to take action after Westville Prison videos of 'drug use', fighting emerge
Durban's infamous Westville Prison is under ministerial scrutiny after videos emerged of a convicted murderer who appeared to be using drugs and of officials handing weapons to inmates for fighting. Watch.

View Article | 'Come clear' on campaign donations, Malema challenges Ramaphosa
"Come clear" on who funded your campaign to become ANC president, EFF leader Julius Malema has challenged President Cyril Ramaphosa during the debate on the State of the Nation Address.

View Article | AS IT HAPPENED: EFF MP Chirwa calls Ramaphosa's SONA 'stale, empty and meaningless' in fiery maiden speech at #SONADebate
Members of Parliament are debating President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address in a joint sitting of National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces.

View Article | SABC fire located close to 5fm, MetroFM studios
A fire at the SABC that broke out on Tuesday morning prompted the evacuation of its Radio Park building with nine people who taken to hospital for smoke inhalation.

View Article | 'I have constant flashbacks to that day' - Lorraine Sukhraj on the death of her daughter Sadia
It was a morning of tears and heartache for the family of Sadia Sukhraj, as the KwaZulu-Natal High Court in Durban heard details of the nine-year-old's life and the tragic day she was killed.

View Article | Muslim SANDF major's hearing over refusal to remove headscarf set for August
A Muslim member of the SA National Defence Force who refused to remove her headscarf, is expected to face a disciplinary hearing on August 7, according to her lawyer.

View Article | ANC allies seek the truth about Ramaphosa money laundering claims
ANC allies say that money laundering claims against the president should be investigated and that the probe should be wrapped up as soon as possible.

View Article | Passenger dies while boarding FlySafair plane at OR Tambo
A passenger has died at OR Tambo International Airport while boarding a local flight from Johannesburg to Cape Town.

View Article | Two women struck by train near Nyanga station moments before Mbalula's arrival
Two women have died on the central railway line, close to Nyanga in Cape Town just as Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula made his way on a train on the same line.

View Article | Manhunt launched after cop shot dead in Cape Town
Western Cape police say they are hunting suspects who killed a police officer in Steenberg, Cape Town.

View Article | Zondo commission trying to 'ambush and humiliate' Jacob Zuma, says lawyer
Former president Jacob Zuma's lawyer Dan Mantsha has accused the state capture commission of inquiry of making an "unfortunate attempt at instigating the public" against his client.

View Article | UPDATE: Work to end Joburg water shutdown progressing as scheduled - Rand Water
Johannesburg’s leading bulk water supplier, Rand Water, says its work on the B11 pipeline shutdown is progressing according to schedule.

View Article | Zandile Gumede unlikely to return as eThekwini mayor after 'special leave' ends - ANC insiders
ANC heavyweight Zandile Gumede is unlikely to return to her position as eThekwini mayor after her 30-days of "special leave", with the party expected to force her to resign.

View Article | 'He is relishing the moment' - Zuma 'can't wait' to attend state capture commission, says lawyer
Former president Jacob Zuma says he is looking forward to appearing at the state capture commission of inquiry, even if he isn't furnished with questions beforehand.

View Article | Zondo commission confirms Jacob Zuma will appear before it in July
The Zondo commission of inquiry looking into allegations of state capture has confirmed that former president Jacob Zuma will appear before the commission as a witness in July.

View Article | WATCH LIVE: Parties debate Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address
Members of Parliament debate President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address in the sixth Parliament. Watch Live.

View Article | Palazzolo - Italian authorities target 'mafia banker's' SA wealth
Vito Palazzolo, previously based in the Western Cape, was once viewed as one of the most powerful figures in the Italian mafia, Cosa Nostra, and was suspected of having ties to top local politicians and police. Now, after decades of chasing, Italian authorities are moving in on money linked to him in South Africa.

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