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Four suspects, three of whom are females, have been arrested in two separate incidents in the Johannesburg CBD for impersonating police officers.
Three men accused of being house robbers were beaten to death in a mob justice attack in Ga-Wally village in Mokwakwaila, outside Tzaneen, on Sunday.
There is also an 18-hole golf course, several restaurants and exclusive beaches guarded by police.
But experts say Modi needs to do more, in particular by reducing red tape and protectionism.
A car guard who found a diamond ring in the street is not saying finder's keepers and selling it for cash, as his self-respect comes from being a honest man who works for every cent.
President Cyril Ramaphosa will have the DA’s full support if he does what is in the interest of South Africa and is genuine about economic reform‚ says DA leader Mmusi Maimane.
Hothaata Banna said to be in breach after not keeping to the repayment agreement
Sandlanda sues Alex FM for defamatory statements.
'She should wait for appeal first'
The replacement for Cape Town’s busiest footbridge was lifted into place on Saturday after arriving by water.
The report said 116 of the 303 lawmakers from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) landslide win face charges, including one for terrorism.
S&P keeps South Africa in 'junk' status, sees post-election reforms
At least 510 people have been killed and around 2,500 wounded in the fighting, as well as more than 80,000 displaced, according to UN agencies.
Former head of the SARS Oupa Magashula and Freedom Under Law (FUL) are dismayed by the public protector's findings on the pension payout made to former Sars deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay.
Former president Jacob Zuma’s lawyers portrayed him as a financially drained, hated and ashamed man in court this past week, saying the drawn-out court matter against him was taking its toll.
British climber Robin Fisher, 44, reached the summit Saturday morning but collapsed when he had got just 150 metres back down the slope.
Cape Town high court is the setting for murder trials, multimillion-rand damages claims ... and arguments about whether you should use plastic or copper in your plumbing.
An argument between two cops at a police station near Nkandla in northern KwaZulu-Natal ended in bloodshed on Friday.
It is the first time in Botswana that an ex-president has abandoned the ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP).
President Cyril Ramaphosa promised South Africans a presidency of “action” as he delivered his inauguration speech in Pretoria on Saturday.