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News24.com | SA won't end up like Venezuela - Gordhan
South Africa will not turn into “another Venezuela”, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has said in Parliament.
News24.com | Jayde's fingers crushed in car boot lock
Two of Jayde Panayiotou’s fingers were crushed in the lock of the car boot she was bundled into before she was driven off to be murdered, the Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court has heard.
News24.com | Talks to end instability in Vuwani continuing
Talks to end unrest in Vuwani, Limpopo have not collapsed, the Ministry of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs says.
News24.com | Policewoman commits suicide in Gingindlovu
A policewoman has shot and killed herself in her car near the farm KwaMafutha, Gingindlovu, KwaZulu-Natal police say.
News24.com | DA's bid to regulate online gambling fails
The DA's proposed law to regulate online gambling has been rejected in the National Assembly.
News24.com | R39bn Gauteng education budget passed
The Gauteng education department has passed a R39bn budget, but not without strong criticism from opposition parties.
News24.com | Info regulator vote postponed
A vote on whether to appoint former IEC chairperson Pansy Tlakula as chair of the newly-formed information regulator has been postponed by the National Assembly.
News24.com | Expropriation bill ready for Zuma's signature
The expropriation bill, which sets out the new ways that the government can take land with compensation, has been passed with a massive majority in the National Assembly.
News24.com | Mossel Bay man gets 20 years for raping girl, 8
A 63-year-old Mossel Bay man has been sentenced to 20 years behind bars for raping an 8-year-old girl, the NPA says.
News24.com | New National Assembly rules approved
MPs have approved new rules for the National Assembly. A total of 211 MPs have voted in their favour, and 61 against.
News24.com | Zuma corruption charges still with NPA for decision - Nhleko
The NPA is still deciding whether to proceed with corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma over upgrades to his Nkandla homestead, Police Minister Nathi Nhleko says.
News24.com | MyCiTi delays continue due to strike
Ongoing strike action has resulted in further delays in Cape Town's MyCiTi bus service.
News24.com | Train set alight in Muldersvlei
Three carriages have been destroyed in a suspected arson attack at Cape Town's Muldersvlei station.
News24.com | State agencies can't be used for political battles - Cosatu
The Congress of SA Trade Unions has said it was opposed to state agencies being used to fight political battles.
News24.com | Condolences in Parliament for author Winnie Rust
Murdered Wellington author Winnie Rust has received a special mention in Parliament with the Inkatha Freedom Party offering its condolences.
News24.com | Cosatu takes aim at some Cabinet ministers
The Congress of SA Trade Unions says some Cabinet ministers have a "troubling pattern of behaviour", accusing them of targeting the federation's affiliates in public.
News24.com | Violence produces traumatised, desensitised generation - child counsellor
Victims of domestic violence are becoming younger by the year, with mothers aged only 16 seeking assistance to escape abusive situations, says the Saartjie Baartman Centre.
News24.com | Mchunu recall 'carelessly' handled - Cosatu
Cosatu has expressed its reservations about developments in KwaZulu-Natal and the recall of its premier Senzo Mchunu.
News24.com | Ndebele still ambassador to Australia
Sbu Ndebele is still South Africa's ambassador to Australia, the commission there says after a claim in court papers that he had been recalled.
News24.com | Probe into Zuma cartoon still continuing despite school's apology – MEC
An investigation into a Grade 6 test paper that had questions about a Zapiro cartoon of President Jacob Zuma will continue despite the school's apology, says Gauteng MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi.
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