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Botswana clamp on Juju33 minutes ago
The president that EFF leader Julius Malema wanted to help overthrow in 2011 stands in the way of his official visit to Botswana next month.
Dirty tricks says SARS51 minutes ago
The South African Revenue Service (SARS) is preparing to hand over “significant evidence” to law enforcement agencies, which it says proves that the scorned lover of a top SARS official was involved in a dirty tricks campaign.
Red-faced Hawks adamant28/8/2014 1:52
The lawyer representing a Sandton resident whose house was raided by the Hawks yesterday believes the raid was the result of incorrect information given to the police unit.
Rat-attack baby aided28/8/2014 1:41
Offers of assistance poured in yesterday for a one-month-old baby who lost three fingers and part of her face in a vicious attack by rats in Alexandra township.
R502m for two roads28/8/2014 1:21
The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) has allocated R502m for the rehabilitation of the roads between Bloemfontein and De Brug as well as the one between Alexanderfontein and Petrusburg in the Free State.
Man allegedly rapes own sister28/8/2014 1:10
A 21-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly raping his own sister who is only seven years old in Jane Furse, Limpopo on Tuesday.
Woman mineworker killed28/8/2014 1:04
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) has expressed sadness after a female mineworker was fatally wounded in a mine accident at Harmony Gold.
E-tolls ‘a burden on working class’28/8/2014 12:27
The contentious Gauteng e-tolling system was yesterday subjected to heavy criticism by three major trade union federations in South Africa.
North West child porn case postponed27/8/2014 21:20
Sentencing of a Rustenburg man who solicited nude photographs from young daughters of divorced mothers on social media was postponed on Wednesday, North West police said.
Students protest at UKZN27/8/2014 21:02
Student protests erupted at the University of KwaZulu-Natal's Westville campus on Wednesday afternoon.
Judgment on adultery reserved27/8/2014 20:44
Judgment was reserved in the Supreme Court of Appeal on Wednesday on whether adultery should be retained in South African law as a wrongful and blameworthy act causing harm in relationships.
Concourt to hear downs syndrome case27/8/2014 20:10
The Constitutional Court will hear an application on Thursday for leave to appeal a Western Cape High Court ruling against a damages claim by the mother of a Down's syndrome child.
EFF claim 'laughable and desperate': ANC27/8/2014 19:56
A claim that the ANC bussed a group to Parliament to assault EFF MPs was "laughable and desperate", the governing party's Chief Whip Stone Sizani said on Wednesday.