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Whistleblower ruling ‘vindicates’ SAPS – Cele, but PP’s office says agreement voluntary

In the report, the Public Protector, advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane found that Cele and the police's failure to protect the two whistleblowers could have resulted in their assassination.

Gumede set for PSL return

Former Orlando Pirates striker Tshepo Gumede is set to find a new home in the PSL soon.

South Africans urged to save water as climate change becomes new normal

National water storage declined again this week, but small changes in consumer behaviour could help mitigate continued water losses.

Pearl Thusi suggests a peaceful local #BlackLivesMatter protest against police brutality

Thusi asked if there were any plans to protest or speak out on how people have been allegedly killed by the hands of police.

Laptops, computers and WiFi routers stolen from schools in Thohoyandou

Arrests were made following a tip-off from the community.

Here is what the High Court said about the various lockdown regulations

Although the country is still on lockdown, the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has declared various regulations governing Alert Level 3 and 4 as unconstitutional and invalid.

The 10 most Googled celebrity homes in the world

Elon Musk, the South African-born founder of SpaceX and Tesla, is featured on the list.

Lexus commences facelift IS teaser, prospects for South Africa unknown

Rumoured IS 500's motivation will reportedly come from the LS’ same 3.5-litre badged 3.4-litre twin-turbo V6.

DTI employee dies while jogging in Kempton Park

The cause of death is still unknown.

DA slams Sassa for ‘bragging’ about paying ‘2% of grant beneficiaries’

The party will lodge a complaint with the Human Rights Commission to encourage Sassa to assist grant recipients with payment, complaints, queries, and registrations.

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