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Hawks investigator Kobus Roelofse continues with his testimony as the Zondo Inquiry looks into state capture within law enforcement.
Clarissa Lindoor was beaten to death on Nietvoorbij Farm over the past weekend after she apparently got into an argument with her partner.
Yandisa Jonas was sentenced on Thursday in the Butterworth Regional Court.
She's to meet with representatives of the African Diaspora in Pretoria today. Twelve people died in the violence.
The police's Nonhlanhla Khumalo has urged motorists to avoid the area as most routes have been blocked off with rocks and burning tyres.
Luthando Siyoni, who worked as a bouncer for Christopher Panayiotou, allegedly found the hitmen who kidnapped and killed his boss’ wife.
Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa delivered his message personally on Friday when he met the players on the eve of their opening clash against reigning champions New Zealand in Yokohama.
Eskom has rubbished the Democratic Alliance (DA)’s claim that it’s issued warnings to municipalities about the possibility of load shedding at the end of this month and October.
Joburg Water's Isaac Dhludhlu has once again urged residents to use water sparingly as some reservoirs are sitting below 50%.
African National Congress (ANC) Women’s League president Bathabile Dlamini paid tribute to the late Bavelile Hlongwa, describing her as an inspiration to young women.
Rethabile Rapuleng, who was a grade six pupil at Mogobeng Primary School, was shot outside the Izibuko Primary School while waiting for a friend on Wednesday.
An 18-year-old man and three children were killed when gunmen stormed a wendy house on Tuesday night.
The company recorded a loss of R14 million since January through fraud involving the new Sassa cards.
Investigating officer Clayton Motloung told the court that considering that the accused kidnapped a minor and tried to extort money from her parents, they were likely to get hefty sentences if convicted.
The state capture commission has heard how former Hawks head Berning Ntlemeza instructed the investigation of former Crime Intelligence head Richard Mdluli to be stopped because he allegedly claimed that Vlakplaas murderer Eugene de Kock was allowed to steal from the state during apartheid and it was their turn now.
The provincial government is investing more than R1 billion into the training and deployment of 3,000 new law enforcement officers.
Eyewitness News is in possession of suspension letters listing the names of firefighters under investigation.
Amy'Leigh De Jager was snatched outside the Laerskool Kollegepark earlier this month while being dropped off by her mother.
The province simmered in hot conditions this week with temperatures peaking between 34 and 35 degrees in some areas.
Rethabile Rapuleng, who was a grade 6 pupil at the Izubuko Primary School, was struck by a stray bullet outside the school on Wednesday.
The inquiry followed allegations of censorship and editorial interference lodged by former 702 host Karima Brown against her former station manager.
The plan involves training and deploying 3,000 law enforcement officers; for every 1,000 officers, there will be 50 investigators.
Minister Jackson Mthembu said the document, which had been criticised by some in the ANC alliance, only came before Cabinet this week to give interested parties an opportunity to make inputs.
Richard Mdluli appeared in court on Thursday where sentencing proceedings against him and co-accused Mthembeni Mthunzi were postponed until November.
It said the contactless function on the cards, which were issued by the South African Social Security Agency, was abused by people who withdrew more than the limit of R200.
The City of Cape Town has responded to threats by the South African Municipal Workers' Union (Samwu).
Officers on Tuesday arrested two suspects along Jakes Gerwel Drive, one for driving under the influence of alcohol, while another was busted for outstanding warrants.
Tharina Human, Laetitia Nel and Pieter van Zyl were in court on Thursday to apply for bail.
The DA said it had received reliable information that the power utility warned municipalities about the possibility of load shedding at the end of this month and October.
Twenty-seven-year-old Clarissa Lindoor was beaten to death on Nietvoorbij Farm over the weekend after she apparently got into an argument with her partner.
The repo rate is the rate at which the central bank lends money to commercial banks.
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Lesufi was at Izibuko Primary School where the child was hit by a stray bullet in an alleged drive-by shooting while waiting outside after returning from a school trip.
This after a 14-year-old boy from Delft stood accused of stabbing to death his father; he was arrested on Wednesday.
The African National Congress Women's League in Sedibeng demonstrated outside the Vanderbijlpark Magistrates Court where the kidnapping case of Amy’Leigh De Jager was being heard.
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde said more serious measures were needed to curb violent crime in the Cape, which was on the rise.
Among the drugs which were running low were oral contraceptives, pain medication and chronic medicines to help treat psychiatric conditions.
Primedia released the inquiry’s report on 19 September 2019.
Samwu said that if members were not paid for the overtime they worked, they would only work from 8am until 4pm come 1 October.
Clashes later broke out between Pennyville and Noordgesig residents on Wednesday night, forcing authorities to close roads between the communities.
Mdluli and his co-accused Mthembeni Mthunzi appeared in court on Thursday morning for sentencing proceedings.
The trade union approached the court arguing that some pieces of the act governing affirmative action be declared unconstitutional, in line with the SA Human Rights Commission's findings.
The allegations include irregular placement of schemes under curatorship, irregular appointment of service providers, irregular spending on service providers with close relationships, having personal lifestyles not matched by salaries, and having a close and corrupt relationship with entities regulated by the CMS.
The child was standing outside the Izibuko Primary School when she was hit by a stray bullet in a shooting between rival taxi associations.
Bus drivers affiliated to union Demawusa went on strike on Monday, demanding better pay.
The two were attached to the police’s major offence reaction team when the crime was committed.
It’s understood the incident followed an argument on Monday evening.
The woman is due to appear in court on Thursday.
On the eve of the 74th Session of the UN General Assembly, Nigerian foreign affairs minister Geoffrey Onyeama said the UNGA was not a forum to discuss such matters.