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News24.com | Calm returns to Hammanskraal despite uncertainties over land evictions
The township of Hammanskraal is calm following days of protests, but uncertainties still remain over the possibility of further evictions.
News24.com | Christopher Panayiotou in third attempt for bail
Murder accused Christopher Panayiotou's third bail application is expected to continue in the Port Elizabeth Magistrate's Court.
News24.com | Ailing man 'held on' to see son's wedding on Skype
An ailing Durban man clung to life long enough to see his son get married via a live Skype feed, before he was claimed by an illness he had battled for nine years, says his daughter.
News24.com | Hammanskraal eviction notice from 2014 - residents
Protesting residents of Hammanskraal claim the eviction notice used to remove them was issued in 2014.
News24.com | SA companies do little to protect whistle-blowers - Corruption Watch
Many South African companies do not publicly assure protection for whistle-blowers, according to a Corruption Watch report released.
News24.com | Parys farm attack apparently never happened
The alleged attack of an elderly Free State farmer near Parys, which led to the vigilante killing of two men in January, apparently never happened, Netwerk24 has reported.
News24.com | EFF backs protesting Hammanskraal residents
EFF says it supported Hammanskraal residents’ resistance to their eviction from land in the area.
Fin24.com | Seven new projects to up Cape Town CBD value
The Cape Town CBD has gained at least seven development projects since January 2016, according to the Cape Town Central City Improvement District.
News24.com | We want peace - protesting Hammanskraal residents
Protesting Hammanskraal residents say they want peace in their area and to be assured that their shacks will not be demolished again.
News24.com | Woman beaten to death in Krugersdorp
A woman has been beaten to death at her house in Munsieville, in Krugersdorp.
News24.com | School apologises for Zuma cartoon test question
A private Christian school has apologised for a Grade 6 test paper that had questions about a Zapiro cartoon of President Jacob Zuma, the Gauteng education department says.
News24.com | Parliament a 'sordid reality programme'
Opposition parties have blamed the National Assembly’s tattered image on President Jacob Zuma and Speaker Baleka Mbete.
News24.com | Half a million construction workers could be at risk
About 500 000 workers are risking their lives on construction sites that do not comply with health and safety laws, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant says.
News24.com | New train system to alleviate scheduling delays – minister
The introduction of Prasa’s new trains will alleviate scheduling and infrastructure problems, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters says.
News24.com | Tongaat Mall collapse report to be given to NPA
The findings of the 2013 Tongaat Mall collapse will be handed to the NPA for a decision on whether to prosecute anyone, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant says.
News24.com | Another school burnt down in Vuwani
Another school in Vuwani, Limpopo was burnt down on Monday, Co-operative Governance Minister Des van Rooyen has said.
News24.com | It's the mayor's fault, DA says of Hammanskraal violence
The violent protests in Hammanskraal are Tshwane mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa’s fault, the DA has said.
News24.com | Racism is killing us - Mthethwa
Saying sorry is not enough to make amends for racism and racist utterances, Parliament has heard.
News24.com | Limpopo man acquitted after 10 years in jail
A man who was sentenced to life in prison for a crime the Supreme Court of Appeal says he should never have been convicted of, is finally a free man. This after he had already served 10 years in jail.
News24.com | MPs, ministers pay tribute to 'formidable, fearless' Smuts
Members of Parliament and ministers have paid tribute to the late Dene Smuts, with Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development John Jeffery describing her as outspoken, fearless, colourful, authentic and dedicated.
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