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News24’s breaking news wire service brings you the latest South African, African and international news reports and press updates from newsrooms across the country. | Mahikeng woman arrested for cop's murder, residents heard screams

A woman has been arrested for the murder of an off-duty police constable in Mahikeng in the North West after the two allegedly became embroiled in an argument. | Mkhwebane's comments on removal proceedings show 'exceptionally poor understanding of the law' - DA

The DA says it is "unsurprised" by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's statement in which she labels the parliamentary process to consider her removal "unconstitutional". | Police bust 'excited' ivory dealers with about 17kg of elephant tusks

A sting operation by Durban police leads to the arrest of two suspected rhino horn and elephant tusk dealers in the Point area. | Parktown Boys' High will not be shut down, Lesufi says at Enock Mpianzi memorial

Parktown Boys' High School remains one of Gauteng's best schools and will not be shut down, Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has said at the memorial service for Enock Mpianzi.. | Ramaphosa says Libya, South Sudan will be AU priorities, while Pandor warns about Islamic State in Mozambique

President Cyril Ramaphosa has identified the "intractable conflicts" in Libya and South Sudan as a focus for South Africa when it will be chairing the African Union (AU) this year. | Train arson: Residents urged to have say in Western Cape police ombudsman's probe

Western Cape residents have until Thursday to have their say on how effectively the South African Police Service is dealing with train arson. | Former security branch cop describes working conditions at John Vorster Square

Describing working conditions at John Vorster Square, now known as the Johannesburg Central police station, a former security branch officer said black officers were crammed into one office while most of their white counterparts had their own offices. | We have a solid case and are not retreating - Maile wants to forge ahead against DA councillors

Gauteng Cogta MEC Lebogang Maile maintains he did nothing wrong in suspending two senior DA councillors in Johannesburg and Tshwane. | Patrice Motsepe apologises for telling US President Donald Trump 'Africa loves you'

Billionaire businessman Patrice Motsepe has apologised for remarks he made to US President Donald Trump, saying he had a duty to listen to differing views, and did not have the right to speak on behalf of anybody, except himself. | WATCH | 'She's innocent' - Kwahlelwa kidnapping accused's supporters gather outside court

The 18-year-old Claremont High School pupil arrested for the kidnapping of 2-month-old twin, Kwahlelwa Tiwane, was at school during at the time the offence was committed, the Bellville Magistrate's Court has heard. | Omotoso trial set to finally get under way in February

After a litany of appeals to higher courts, the last being the Constitutional Court, the trial of televangelist Timothy Omotoso and his two co-accused will finally get under way. | Patrice Motsepe on Trump, America and Africa's growth: 'I have a duty to listen to differing views'

Mining mogul Patrice Motsepe has apologised for a remark he made at the World Economic Forum in Davos last week, where he told US President Donald Trump at a dinner that "Africa loves America". | Even the president will have to state his business: Refugees defend access control to Cape Town church

Even the president would have to state his business before entering the Cape Town Central Methodist Mission, where hundreds of refugees and asylum seekers have stayed put since October, their leader has said in court. | Mkhwebane says parliamentary process to remove her is 'unlawful and unconstitutional'

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has broken her silence on the parliamentary process which seeks to remove her from office, calling it "unconstitutional" and "unlawful". | AS IT HAPPENED | If I am removed, it is 'God's will', says Mkhwebane

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane will deliver investigative reports and will comment on issues affecting her office. | 'They opened a missing persons file immediately' - police hold internal probe in Laticia Jansen case

Gauteng police are internally investigating allegations that the grandmother of slain 15-year-old girl, Laticia Princes Jansen, was turned away when she wanted to report the teen missing. | Joburg family held up by 'luxury watch gang' twice in two weeks

A family has been robbed and a female relative's luxury watch taken at gunpoint when they returned home after having dinner at a restaurant in Morningside, Sandton. | 'I was not going to allow Aggett to have a scarf in his cell' - ex-Security Branch cop tells inquest

A former Security Branch member tells an inquest into the death of anti-apartheid activist Dr Neil Aggett that it would have been impossible for him to have a scarf in his cell. | DA George caucus passes motion of no confidence against corruption-accused mayor

The DA's caucus in George passes a motion of no confidence in its mayor, Melvin Naik. | Jacob Zuma's corruption trial back in court next week

Former president Jacob Zuma will be back i court next week, facing charges of racketeering, fraud, corription and money laundering.

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