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News24.com | Frederiksen's former lawyer allegedly bribed witnesses - State
Alleged genital mutilator Peter Frederiksen's former lawyer Luthando Tshangana allegedly bribed two witnesses to testify in his favour, the Bloemfontein Magistrate’s Court heard on Tuesday.
News24.com | More than 9 000 affected by flooding in Cape Town
More than 9000 people have been badly affected by flooding and inclement weather, the City of Cape Town's disaster risk management unit said on Tuesday.
News24.com | People injured as roof at Tembisa mall collapses during storm
The roof at Phumulani Mall in Tembisa has collapsed, causing injuries to an unknown number of people, the mall's management has said.
News24.com | Fransman to face Mantashe, Ginwala in court battle
Marius Fransman is up against Gwede Mantashe and Frene Ginwala in the Western Cape High Court, as a “last resort” in his struggle to regain his position of ANC Western Cape leader.
News24.com | It wasn't cold outside the SABC, says journalist after court victory
One of the four axed SABC journalists, who the Labour Court ruled had to be reinstated, says the support he and his colleagues got from South Africans and others in his profession was tremendous.
News24.com | ConCourt approves R7.8m Zuma must pay for Nkandla
The Constitutional Court has approved the amount of R7.8m President Jacob Zuma must pay for non-security related upgrades at Nkandla.
News24.com | 'We will deal with them harshly' - MK vets on killers of ANC members
The ANC’s military veterans say they want to help the authorities stop the political violence in KwaZulu-Natal that has so far claimed the lives of 12 party members.
News24.com | KZN flooding death toll rises to 2 as woman's body found
The body of a Chatsworth woman whose car was washed off a low-lying bridge in Silverglen has been found.
News24.com | Tow truck companies kept busy during Durban floods
Tow truck companies in Durban have been inundated with requests for assistance following heavy flooding in the city.
News24.com | More than 200 Western Cape teachers charged with assault on pupils - MEC
More than 200 teachers have been charged with assault by the Western Cape Education Department in the past year, education MEC Debbie Schafer has confirmed.
News24.com | Body of a Durban mudslide victim found
The body of a man has been pulled from the mud after a landslide destroyed several shacks in Cato Manor in Durban.
News24.com | Student hospitalised after fire at UCT res
A student has been hospitalised after he was found unresponsive following a fire at a UCT residence, Cape Town Fire and Rescue Services say.
News24.com | DA a Trojan Horse of apartheid, says ANC
The ANC has once again slammed the DA's "appropriation" of former president Nelson Mandela for its election campaigns, describing the party as a "Trojan Horse of apartheid".
News24.com | Family support Gugu Zulu's wife, daughter at emotional farewell
Gugu Zulu's one-year-old daughter has started crying as her racing driver father's memorial service got under way.
News24.com | State's case on alleged genital mutilator weak - lawyer
The State's case on alleged genital mutilator Danish national Peter Frederiksen is not as strong as it was first presented to be, the Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court has heard.
News24.com | OR Tambo hit by thunderstorm delays
Heavy rain and extreme weather conditions are wreaking havoc across the country and causing major travel delays on roads and in the sky.
News24.com | Battle won, but war must go on - Solidarity on SABC
The Labour Court’s ruling that four of the axed SABC journalists must be reinstated is the first victory in a larger battle against those who feel that the Constitution does not apply to them, trade union Solidarity says.
News24.com | Stop deifying Mandela to promote own interests - Nzimande
People should stop deifying former president Nelson Mandela to promote their own interests, says SA Communist Party general secretary Blade Nzimande.
News24.com | Man held at knifepoint knocks out mugger, takes selfie
A mugger held a knife to a man’s chest in Stellenbosch, but his would-be victim knocked him out and took a selfie with the defeated assailant instead.
News24.com | Heavy rain causes delays at King Shaka International
The airport warns that travellers should allow extra time for travel due to the heavy rain.
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