| 'SA has incredible people': Karyn Maughan on Twitter, compassion and why she loves being a journalist
News24 specialist legal reporter Karyn Maughan has 20 years' experience in the media. In this interview, she talks about her concerns for the judiciary, Twitter and why she has always known she is meant to be a journalist.

View Article | Ramaphosa says there's been progress in fighting corruption, as survey shows it worsening under his watch
President Cyril Ramaphosa has defended government's corruption-busting work, saying although more needs to be done, his government has made progress.

View Article | TikTok star Mfumo Bamuza uses platform to fight Covid-19 disinformation
TikTok star Mfumo Bamuza has been making short videos on the platform to fight Covid-19 disinformation.

View Article | Covid-19: Hospital admissions increase by 199 as SA records 3 648 new infections
Hospital admissions have increased by 199 as the country recorded 3 648 new confirmed Covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours.

View Article | Komape family wins court battle 7 years after son drowned in a pit toilet in Limpopo
The Limpopo High Court has handed down judgment in favour of the Komape family, with an order compelling the state to provide, within 90 days, a detailed list of all schools in the province with pit toilets, along with plans to eradicate them.

View Article | Company director arrested for alleged Covid-19 TERS fraud
A company director has been arrested after allegedly claiming TERS funds from the Department of Labour on behalf of his employees and using the money claimed to service his payroll.

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View Article | Freedom Under Law raises concerns over composition of selection panel for new Chief Justice
Freedom Under Law (FUL) says while it notes President Cyril Ramaphosa's decision to invite public participation in selecting South Africa's next Chief Justice, it has several concerns relating to the composition of the panel appointed to shortlist nominees.

View Article | Solidarity Youth vows to act against universities over mandatory jabs for students
Trade union Solidarity's youth wing is threatening to act against universities that want to make Covid-19 vaccinations mandatory.

View Article | 70% of teen pregnancies during Covid-19 pandemic 'not planned or wanted' - specialist scientist
A specialist scientist at the South African Medical Research Council says 70% of teenage pregnancies during the Covid-19 pandemic were not planned.

View Article | E Cape health official convicted of fraud, money laundering has R250 000 deducted from his pension
The Eastern Cape health department has clawed back R248 634 from its former logistics official Baxolile Ngoloyi after he fraudulently took the amount from the department between 2017 and 2018.

View Article | Justice department processes child maintenance payment following delays due to system breach
The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development says it has processed most child maintenance payments following complications in departmental systems, including MojaPay.

View Article | Close family friend sentenced for murder of North West father and son
A close family friend and two others have been sentenced for the murders of a father and son who were killed during a home robbery.

View Article | Rosemary Ndlovu: Insurance paid out over R131 000 after cousin's death, she gave his mother R15 000
The alleged mastermind behind the killings of her live-in lover and five family members is accused of falsifying insurance documents.

View Article | Covid-19 vaccine myths debunked: Get the facts here
While recent research found that over 71% of South Africans are willing to take the Covid-19 vaccine, government has indicated its concern with increasing reports of vaccine hesitancy.

View Article | OneSA vows to head back to ConCourt if ANC dithers on 'much-needed' electoral reform
The OneSA Movement says it will return to the Constitutional Court if no electoral reform changes are implemented.

View Article | Ailing township tourism businesses hoping for a revival soon
With the easing down of many lockdown restrictions, Cape Town celebrates tourism month, and what better way to open the economy than by "exploring local areas in the mother city".

View Article | DA wants Gauteng govt to make public SIU report on R431m school sanitisation tender
Pressure keeps mounting on the Gauteng Department of Education to release a report it received from the Special Investigations Unit following a probe into the R431 million spent on decontamination of schools last year.

View Article | Eastern Cape taxi boss in hospital after ambush
East London taxi tycoon and SA National Taxi Council deputy chair in the Eastern Cape Gabela Gabs Mtshala is fighting for his life in hospital after being shot reportedly six times during an ambush at the coastal town.

View Article | Zuma's rescission application dismissed as 'litigious skulduggery' by apex court
The Constitutional Court described former president Jacob Zuma's application for the rescission of a contempt of order against him as "litigious skulduggery".

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