| Man arrested for murder of his lover, cutting off her ears
A three-day manhunt has led to the arrest of a man wanted in connection with the murder of his lover earlier this week.

View Article | Eastern Cape lawyer accused of defrauding health dept of R30m, granted bail
An Eastern Cape lawyer, who is accused of defrauding the Department of Health to the tune of R30m through the submission of false negligence claims on behalf of mothers, has been released on R80 000 bail.

View Article | Suicide shocker for family of Dros rape accused
A 40-year-old man linked to the man accused of raping a 7-year-old girl in the bathroom of a Dros restaurant in Pretoria, has killed himself.

View Article | Low staff morale, leadership instability among issues in review panel’s report on the SSA
Low staff morale, unprofessional and unethical conduct, and leadership instability are some of the issues highlighted in a report compiled by a high-level review panel to assess the mandate, capacity and organisational integrity of the State Security Agency.

View Article | Father and two sons fined for abalone poaching, racketeering in plea deal
A father and his two sons have received hefty fines and suspended sentences in the Western Cape High Court for abalone poaching, money laundering and racketeering.

View Article | Naka Drotské is ‘living life to the full’
After being shot in a home invasion and spending weeks in hospital at death’s door, he was ready to give up.

View Article | Woman who allegedly tried to sell grandson claimed she was joking
A case involving a woman who allegedly tried to sell a toddler, has been handed over to social workers, KwaZulu-Natal police say.

View Article | #Justice4Vernie calls on state capture inquiry chair to probe 'sudden death'
A group of people have come together under the hashtag #Justice4Vernie in support of a call to the state capture commission of inquiry chairperson to probe the death of former correctional services commissioner Vernie Petersen.

View Article | Mob justice suspected after charred remains of two men found in Eastern Cape
Eastern Cape police suspect that a mob of people in Motherwell who were hell-bent on taking revenge for the death of a 60-year-old woman, killed two men by setting them alight.

View Article | Saturday's weather: Rain continues over most of SA, flooding in some parts
Heavy rainfall leading to localised flooding is expected over the north-eastern parts of Mpumalanga and the eastern parts of Limpopo on Saturday.

View Article | 'I would like to correct the misunderstanding' - Pandor gives university housing facts
Minister of Higher Education Naledi Pandor says her department is working hard to resolve the current student accommodation crisis at universities.

View Article | Clean-up operations underway at Durban harbour following ship fire
Clean-up operations are underway at the Durban harbour after a fire on a ship claimed six lives, says the Transnet National Ports Authority.

View Article | Standing ovation from DA, empty ANC benches for Premier Zille's SOPA swansong
In her final State of the Province Address, Helen Zille– who in May will become the only Western Cape premier to have completed two terms – has focused on the legacy of her two administrations and contrasted it with that of the national government.

View Article | #MokgoroInquiry hears: 'Jiba actually considers herself an expert on the field' of racketeering
The legal team representing suspended deputy National Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions Nomgcobo Jiba says she considers herself an expert on racketeering cases.

View Article | City of Joburg shuts down Samwu head offices over payment dispute
The City of Johannesburg claims that Samwu owes R1.2m for electricity, water, sewerage, rates and refuse. However the union disputes that.

View Article | 1 shot as live ammunition, rubber bullets fired during ANC, IFP clash in Vryheid
One person has been shot as live ammunition and rubber bullets flew during protester clashes in Vryheid, KwaZulu-Natal.

View Article | ANC NEC to decide the fate of the North West's executive committee, task team
Despite a court ruling that former ANC North West chairperson Supra Mahumapelo and his provincial executive committee should be reinstated, the ANC's national executive committee says it will still decide how to go about it.

View Article | Mom of victim of paedophile Gert van Rooyen speaks out
“I still have the notes she used to leave on my pillow telling me how much she loves me..."

View Article | #MokgoroInquiry: 'It is unlawful to place a prosecutor in a jurisdiction where they have no powers'– Hofmeyr
Speaking in reference to suspended deputy NDPP Nomgcobo Jiba's decision, deputy NDPP Willie Hofmeyr says it is unlawful to place a prosecutor in a jurisdiction where they have no powers.

View Article | Girl, 9, swept away while swimming with friends in Durban river
A nine-year-old girl has been swept away by the current while swimming in a river with her friends in Umlazi, south of Durban.

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