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40 SA medical, search and rescue personnel prepare head to Nepal after deadly quake
40 SA medical, search and rescue personnel prepare head to Nepal after deadly quake Johannesburg - The Gift of the Givers said on Sunday a highly qualified team of 40 medical and search and rescue personnel, was preparing to go and assist in Nepal after...
Police closely monitoring Henri van Breda: report
Police closely monitoring Henri van Breda: report Cape Town - A week after it emerged that axe attack survivor Marli van Breda is out of a rehabilitation facility and staying with friends, it has been reported that her...
Group of SA schoolgirls in Nepal when deadly quake hit
Group of SA schoolgirls in Nepal when deadly quake hit Johannesburg - A group of school girls from Pretoria was among those who survived a devastating earthquake in Nepal on Saturday.
South Africans in Nepal accounted for after quake
South Africans in Nepal accounted for after quake Johannesburg - All South Africans in Nepal during Saturday's devastating earthquake have been accounted for, the department of international relations and co-operation...
No load shedding planned for rest of day: Eskom
No load shedding planned for rest of day: Eskom Johannesburg - There was no loadshedding planned for Saturday night according to Eskom, but the company repeated its call for restrained electricity use.
Presidency, Glencore slam Ramaphosa Eskom claims
Presidency, Glencore slam Ramaphosa Eskom claims Johannesburg - Mining company Glencore and the Presidency on Saturday moved to dispel claims that Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa may have benefited from Eskom's coal...
Cope applauds Winnie for demanding electoral change
Cope applauds Winnie for demanding electoral change Johannesburg - The Congress of the People (COPE) has applauded Winnie Madikizela-Mandela for requesting an amendment to the electoral system being used at national and...
New KZN DA leader elected
New KZN DA leader elected Richards Bay - eThekwini DA councillor and caucus leader Zwakele Mncwango has been elected as the party's provincial leader for KwaZulu-Natal.
James challenges Maimane to public debate
James challenges Maimane to public debate Richards Bay - Democratic Alliance federal chairperson Wilmot James has challenged the party's Parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimaine to a public debate, as both men vie for...
Government has not properly addressed the cause of xenophobia: COPE
Government has not properly addressed the cause of xenophobia: COPE Johannesburg - The government is not addressing the core issues that have sparked xenophobic attacks across the country.
Hawks boss allegedly interfering in case against man with Zuma ties
Hawks boss allegedly interfering in case against man with Zuma ties Johannesburg - Acting Hawks boss Major General Benny Ntlemeza is believed to be interfering with the planned prosecution of a flamboyant KwaZulu-Natal businessman with...
Standard Bank says sorry for ATM glitch
Standard Bank says sorry for ATM glitch Cape Town - No one wants to struggle to draw money at an ATM on payday. But that’s exactly what happened on Friday with several Standard Bank clients, reported Netwerk24.
Dewani judge cleared of bias claims
Dewani judge cleared of bias claims Johannesburg – The Judicial Conduct Committee (JCC) has dismissed claims that Western Cape High Court Judge Jeanette Traverso was biased against the prosecution during...
Oh Schuks! Leon Schuster is back with another movie
Oh Schuks! Leon Schuster is back with another movie Johannesburg - Filming on Leon Schuster’s latest comedy caper has now completed. Fans can catch their first glimpse of Schuks! Pay Back the Money!, as the teaser trailer...
Xenophobia: 338 soldiers deployed at a cost of R4m
Xenophobia: 338 soldiers deployed at a cost of R4m Johannesburg - A total of 338 soldiers, expecting to cost just over R4m, have been deployed to help police following a spate of attacks on foreign nationals, the...
George Ezra coming to South Africa
George Ezra coming to South Africa Cape Town - One of music’s biggest breakthrough artists, 21-year-old George Ezra will be touring South Africa at the end of August 2015.
Plot to assassinate senior KZN Hawks investigator uncovered
Plot to assassinate senior KZN Hawks investigator uncovered Durban - A plot to assassinate the deputy head of the Hawks in KwaZulu-Natal - at the helm of a high-profile taxi murder investigation in Newcastle - has been uncovered.
Xenophobia will cause ‘incredible’ damage to economy
Xenophobia will cause ‘incredible’ damage to economy Cape Town – The South African economic and tourism industries will suffer a major blow following recent violence against foreign nationals, said Protea Group founder and...
Former Hawks captain jailed for 10 years
Former Hawks captain jailed for 10 years Cape Town - A former Hawks officer who took a R500 bribe during an undercover police operation was effectively jailed for 10 years on Friday.
De Zalze arrest imminent: Report
De Zalze arrest imminent: Report Cape Town - An arrest in the De Zalze murders could be made within the next two weeks, Eikestad Nuus reported on Friday.
Cosatu's list of wage demands for government
Cosatu's list of wage demands for government Cape Town - Cosatu demanded a 10% public sector wage increase and R1 500 housing allowance across the board in a memorandum of labour demands tabled at the National...
Zuma's son hits back at Max du Preez
Zuma's son hits back at Max du Preez Durban - President Jacob Zuma’s son, Edward Zuma, has told News24 columnist Max du Preez where to get off after he wrote a scathing column on Tuesday criticising King...
Case against Krejcir and seven others postponed
Case against Krejcir and seven others postponed Johannesburg - The case against Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir and seven others accused of conspiring to kill a police officer and a forensic investigator was postponed...
Bomb scare at high court in Pietermaritzburg
Bomb scare at high court in Pietermaritzburg Pietermaritzburg - The KwaZulu-Natal High Court is being searched by authorities on Friday morning after a bomb threat.
Peaceful protest ends off World Week for Animals in Laboratories
Peaceful protest ends off World Week for Animals in Laboratories Bloemfontein - Over 100 million animals worldwide are tortured, mutilated and killed in laboratories every year.
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