| NMB mayor Bobani's office slow to pay service providers
The office of Nelson Mandela Bay mayor, Mongameli Bobani, has failed to pay several service providers within the 30 days required by the Municipal Finance Management Act in September and October.

View Article | Four accused of extorting 'protection money' from Somali shopkeepers denied bail
Four men have been denied bail in a case involving the alleged extortion of protection money from Somali shopkeepers based in Delft, Cape Town.

View Article | ANC warns of con artists exploiting Zuma's name for 'nefarious objectives'
The ANC has warned South Africans to be careful of con artists and scammers who use the name of former president Jacob Zuma "for nefarious objectives".

View Article | 'You must tread lightly' - Colin Booysen accused of telling murder witness
Taxi boss Colin Booysen allegedly issued a death threat, using Numbers Gang colloquialisms, to a witness who was expected to testify against him and his bodyguards in a murder case, the Bellville Magistrate's Court has heard.

View Article | 2 Hawks members released on bail, alleged drug dealer remains behind bars
Two Hawks officers charged with corruption have been released on R10 000 bail in the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crimes Court, but their co-accused - an alleged drug dealer– has been held in custody.

View Article | News24 editor-in-chief lays charges against EFF supporter after death threat
News24 editor-in-chief Adriaan Basson has opened a criminal case against an EFF supporter who in a tweet, threatened to kill him.

View Article | Home Affairs issues IDs, birth certificates to Alex fire victims
The Department of Home Affairs is issuing identity documents to victims of the Alexandra fire, waiving the required fees.

View Article | Tomorrow's weather: Severe thundershowers continue in the east of SA
Severe thundershowers continue in the east of the country ahead of the long weekend, specifically in three provinces - KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga and the Free State.

View Article | SANDF sends more engineers to sort out Vaal River contamination
The number of South African National Defence Force specialised engineers deployed to find solutions to the contamination of the Vaal River, has been increased to just over 300– up from 200 initially.

View Article | ANC Gauteng considering names of mayoral candidates for Emfuleni
The ANC in Gauteng is considering names of mayoral candidates in the Emfuleni municipality, following Jacob Khawe's resignation.

View Article | 3 ANC officials who allegedly offered DA councillor bribe out on bail
Three senior ANC officials from the Abaqulusi Local Municipality have been granted bail after appearing on corruption related charges in the Vryheid Magistrate's Court.

View Article | Probe into corruption, nepotism and poor governance claims at Robben Island Museum
An independent investigation has been instituted into allegations of corruption, nepotism and poor governance by the Robben Island Museum.

View Article | Khanyi Dhlomo: Decision to close Ndalo Media made 'after much reflection'
Businesswoman Khanyi Dhlomo on Friday confirmed the closure of her company Ndalo Media, saying her immediate focus is on her employees and stakeholders who have contributed to her business.

View Article | SJC on victory in police resources allocation case - It's been a long time coming
A judgment recognising the unfair allocation of police resources on the basis of race and poverty has been a long time coming, the Social Justice Coalition says.

View Article | ANC wins 2 KZN by-elections
The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal has emerged victorious in two by-election, the IEC says.

View Article | Colin Booysen in court for alleged witness intimidation
Taxi boss Colin Booysen has appeared in the Bellville Magistrate's Court - this time for allegedly intimidating a witness.

View Article | Political analyst Karima Brown lays charges against EFF member over threatening message
Political analyst and broadcaster Karima Brown has laid charges of incitement of violence and intimidation against an EFF member.

View Article | SA chief of US Centres for Disease Control appears for 'complex' fraud case
The South African branch chief of the United States Centres for Disease Control and Prevention is not the only accused in a hefty fraud and corruption case involving more than R25m, it has emerged.

View Article | Mother tells how she stabbed her drug addicted daughter to death: 'I never meant to kill her. I had to save my life'
“I never meant to kill her. She is my daughter”. So says an Eldorado Park mother who is on trial for stabbing her drug addicted daughter to death.

View Article | How to stay safe this holiday season - Tips from the country's top cop
South Africa's top cop wants all citizens to be safe this festive season and is appealing to everyone to be considerate, responsible and vigilant to ensure their personal safety and that of others.

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