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Dept obstructing investigation: DA
Dept obstructing investigation: DA Pretoria - The defence department is obstructing an investigation into money spent by its former minister Lindiwe Sisulu for chartered flights on a Gulfstream jet, the DA...
Police when act when attacked: Phiyega
Police when act when attacked: Phiyega Johannesburg - Police will not hesitate to act when they are being attacked or when property is being destroyed, national police commissioner Riah Phiyega said on Tuesday...
Arno Carstens' drunk driving trial resumes
Arno Carstens' drunk driving trial resumes Cape Town - The drunken driving trial of musician Arno Carstens is expected to resume in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.
Tlakula's resignation as IEC chair ends 'tumultuous period'
Tlakula's resignation as IEC chair ends "tumultuous period" Pretoria - Pansy Tlakula's resignation as chairperson of the Electoral Commission signalled the end of a "particularly challenging and tumultuous period", the IEC said on...
Another journalist allegedly beheaded by Islamic State
Another journalist allegedly beheaded by Islamic State London - An Islamic State video has appeared which purports to show the beheading of Steven Sotloff, a US journalist being held hostage by the militants.
Thabong woman raped, murdered
Thabong woman raped, murdered Welkom - A woman was found dead in Thabong near Welkom, Free State police said on Tuesday.
'Municipalities improving service delivery across SA'
'Municipalities improving service delivery across SA' Pretoria - Municipalities are improving service delivery across South Africa, Statistician General Pali Lehohla said on Tuesday.
Woods confronted over arms graft claims
Woods confronted over arms graft claims Pretoria - Former Scopa chairman Gavin Woods does not have evidence implicating politicians in corruption in the arms procurement deal, the Seriti Commission of Inquiry...
IEC chairperson Pansy Tlakula resigns
IEC chairperson Pansy Tlakula resigns Pretoria - IEC chairperson Pansy Tlakula has resigned, she announced on Tuesday.
Manyoni promises Thaba Nchu community houses
Manyoni promises Thaba Nchu community houses Thaba Nchu - Mangaung Metro mayor Thabo Manyoni says provincial government is aware that the availability of land for housing is the biggest issue the community of Thaba...
Thandi Maqubela pre-sentencing proceedings to begin
Thandi Maqubela pre-sentencing proceedings to begin Cape Town - Thandi Maqubela, convicted of killing her acting judge husband Patrick Maqubela, will appear in the Cape Town High Court on Wednesday for pre-sentencing...
'Regering laat boere in steek met swak ramphulp'
'Regering laat boere in steek met swak ramphulp' Rustenburg - Landbouleiers in Noordwes en die Noord-Kaap en die Noord-Kaapse opposisie sê boere en gemeenskappe word steeds as gevolg van swak ramphulp deur die regering...
Thaba Nchu-streekpark jaag Mangaung R27 miljoen uit die sak
Thaba Nchu-streekpark jaag Mangaung R27 miljoen uit die sak Thaba Nchu - Die eerste fase van die Thaba Nchu-streekpark wat tans in aanbou is, sal die Mangaung-metro nagenoeg R27 miljoen uit die sak jaag.
Munisipaliteite moet verduidelik oor watergehalte: DA
Munisipaliteite moet verduidelik oor watergehalte: DA Brits - Die DA gaan na verwagting regstappe neem teen munisipale amptenare in topstrukture in Noordwes, Limpopo, Mpumalanga en die Oos-Kaap, waar hoë e.coli-vlakke in...
MSF slams international Ebola response
MSF slams international Ebola response Bloemfontein - International humanitarian organization Médecins Sans Frontiérs, or Doctors without Borders, has slammed the international community for failing to react...
Naval Hill fire: School children possible culprits
Naval Hill fire: School children possible culprits Bloemfontein - After a fire broke out on Bloemfontein's Naval Hill this afternoon, some residents have named the school children in the surrounding area as the likely...
Griekwastad appeal filed at lunchtime today
Griekwastad appeal filed at lunchtime today Kimberley - It has been confirmed that attorney Riaan Bode, on behalf of Don Steenkamp, has served notice of appeal of sentence and conviction at the Office of the...
Police abandon posts in Lesotho, fear for lives
Police abandon posts in Lesotho, fear for lives Maseru - Police in Lesotho have been told to abandon their posts and not wear uniforms to avoid being targeted in attacks in the kingdom's continuing power vacuum, an...
Solidariteit sal regstellende aksie op internasionale vlak beveg
Solidariteit sal regstellende aksie op internasionale vlak beveg Johannesburg - Solidariteit sal internasionale forums nader in hul stryd teen regstellende aksie.
Landbousakeleier neem leisels van Agri-NW oor
Landbousakeleier neem leisels van Agri-NW oor Rustenburg - ’n Boer en landbousakeleier van Stella, Pierre Vercueil, is op Agri-Noordwes se jaarkongres onbestrede tot nuwe president van dié landbou-organisasie verkies...
Kimberley-brandweer: nommers werk weer
Kimberley-brandweer: nommers werk weer Kimberley - Die Kimberley-brandweer se landlyne werk weer. Skakel asb. 053-832-4211 in die geval van 'n brand. Verklaring verskaf.
Nurse attacked at Helen Joseph in Jhb
Nurse attacked at Helen Joseph in Jhb Johannesburg - A nurse was assaulted at Johannesburg's Helen Joseph Hospital, the Gauteng health department said on Tuesday.
'Modise benefited from arms deal'
'Modise benefited from arms deal' Pretoria - Former defence minister Johannes "Joe" Modise benefited from the arms deal, the Seriti Commission of Inquiry heard on Tuesday.
Thaba Nchu residents (1 000) receive title deeds
Thaba Nchu residents (1 000) receive title deeds Mangaung Metro Executive Mayor Thabo Manyoni and his management team are currently in Thaba Nchu where they are talking to members of the community to inform them about...
Gunfire and power cuts rekindle tension in Maseru
Gunfire and power cuts rekindle tension in Maseru Maseru - Renewed tension and uncertainty in Lesotho following an alleged coup by the military have raised concern among locals and especially the international community...
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