| Murderers of Bangladeshi shop owners in Newcastle convicted
Immigrant shopkeepers in Osizweni, Newcastle, say they are relieved that two men have been convicted of murdering two Bangladeshi businessmen in the township in October last year.

View Article | Second chance for those who failed mid-year senior certificate exams
The basic education department has invited students who failed the May/June senior certificate (SC) exams to register for an opportunity to rewrite.

View Article | Mihalik murder: Three to go on trial in High Court
The State has a list of 26 witnesses in their case against three men accused of a suspected hit on Cape Town advocate Pete Mihalik and the attempted murder of his two children.

View Article | Vlakfontein murder: Woman's remains still unidentified
The body of a 41-year-old woman who was buried underneath a bed inside a shack in Vlakfontein is yet to be identified.

View Article | PICS | Radovan Krejcir's former mansion near Prague ravaged in blaze
A repossessed villa in Cernošice near Prague in the Czech Republic - that once belonged to Radovan Krejcir - has been hit by a "large fire", Czech media has reported.

View Article | Jiba stalls Parliament's process to remove her... for now
Fired former prosecutor Nomgcobo Jiba has managed to stall Parliament's process to endorse President Cyril Ramaphosa’s decision to fire her, for now.

View Article | 'What is it that I was helped with?' Abuse survivors share stories of neglect at shelters
News24 takes a look at some of the problems abused women face at shelters meant to provide refuge.

View Article | CR17 campaign, Bosasa and NHI - 6 tough questions Ramaphosa will face in Parliament this week
President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to face some tough questions as he heads back to the National Assembly this week.

View Article | Spies, bribes and Guptas: From Zuma to Agrizzi, a year of gripping moments at the state capture inquiry
A year on, the state capture commission of inquiry is still top of mind for many South Africans as witnesses continue to share damning allegations.

View Article | Vietnam organ-trading fears: Missing SA teacher's mom feeling 'hopeless'
The mother of John Bothma, one of two South Africans who went missing in Vietnam, says she is feeling "hopeless" since the possibility was raised that they may have been victims of an organ harvesting syndicate.

View Article | Driver investigated after bus overturns in Tzaneen, injuring 21 pupils
Police in Tzaneen have opened a case of reckless and negligent driving after the driver of a bus transporting schoolchildren lost control and overturned the bus.

View Article | Khayelitsha cop shoots home intruder dead
A policeman has shot dead an intruder in his home in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, an action which was being probed by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate.

View Article | 'Private healthcare is not all rosy'– Gauteng Health MEC Bandile Masuku backs NHI
Gauteng MEC of Health Bandile Masuku says the perception that quality healthcare lies in the private system is a myth and that true quality will be delivered in the public system through the introduction of the much talked about National Health Insurance (NHI).

View Article | Cape Town dam levels now at 81.7%
Dams supplying the City of Cape Town are 81.7% full, according to the municipality, with dams in the Western Cape breaking through the 65% average level.

View Article | 'I feel they will put a bullet in my head' - Shiraaz Mohamed begs for help in new video
South African photojournalist Shiraaz Mohamed has begged for assistance in securing his release from captivity, saying that his life is still in danger.

View Article | Two EFF MPs resign over CR17 campaign money
Two EFF MPs have resigned from Parliament and the political party's central command team over money they received from ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa.

View Article | Two injured, arrested after shooting in Manenberg
Two people were arrested after they were shot when a fight broke out between alleged gangsters in Manenberg, Cape Town.

View Article | Unisa to act after outrage over study guide's outdated definition of rape
A University of South Africa (Unisa) study guide drafted by lecturers and published in 2011 has been criticised for its outdated definition of rape.

View Article | 'Rough seas' cause some Durban beaches to close
Rough sea conditions have meant that the beaches cannot be inspected and therefore, cannot be declared safe for swimming.

View Article | Port Elizabeth mother hands herself over to police after infant's body found dumped in bin
The 22-year-old mother handed herself over to police on Sunday evening, according to spokesperson Colonel Priscilla Naidu.

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