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Police must pay R300,000 for man's unlawful arrest and week in detention

The Minister of Police should pay R300 000 to a man the police wrongfully arrested in December 2012 and who spent a week in detention before being released.

About a month ago, the South African National Defence Force was deployed to various areas on the ...

Former President Jacob Zuma is expected to file his response on Wednesday to a defamation claim ...

Private investigators stumped as cops let 'crowbar kingpin' go free

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Private investigators tracking a Cape Town “crowbar gang” say the 12 robberies they have linked to its activities so ...

Makashule Gana may face lawsuit for 'romantic involvement' claims

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Democratic Alliance MPL Makashule Gana is facing a R500 000 lawsuit from acting CEO of the Gauteng Enterprise Propellor ...

Heads must roll of municipal officials behind illegal VBS Bank investments - Maile

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Gauteng MEC for cooperative governance Lebogang Maile has written letters to the mayors of the West Rand district and ...

Ace Magashule touched on his studio by popularity survey

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The ANC has defended Ace Magashule after a survey revealed that its secretary-general was the least popular ...

WATCH | Hoërskool Hendrik Verwoerd's name has been changed

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The task of removing former SA prime minister Hendrik Verwoerd's name from a school has been completed

'We protect whistle-blowers': public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane

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Public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane and her team were in Tembisa on Wednesday

Julius Malema breaks silence on EFF MPs who 'received money from CR17 campaign'

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Julius Malema has expressed support for the women, describing them as “hardworking female cadres of our movement”.

KZN high school pupils protest, demanding daily 'smoke break'

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Pupils at a high school in Umzinto have made an unusual demand, protesting as a result.

WATCH | Forest fires in Brazil surge as deforestation accelerates

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The number of forest fires in Brazil surged in the first eight months of 2019, official data show, as President Jair ...

Sowetans vow to continue electricity protest

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Residents of Mapetla Extension, Soweto, yesterday blockaded roads with burning tyres and rocks in protest over ...

Inept police fuel KZN killings

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Weak police intelligence capacity coupled with failure to successfully prosecute politicians behind the murder of their ...

Eastern Cape students protest against 80% attendance policy

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About 200 tourism and hospitality students protested outside the Eastcape Midlands TVET College in Makhanda and about ...

When and where most vehicle crime occurs in South Africa

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Tracker Vehicle Crime Index reports an alarming increase in hostage taking during hijackings

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