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News24.com | Breadwinner killed in Hammanskraal was trying to earn R150
A Soshanguve man who was killed during protests in Hammanskraal was his family's breadwinner and was hoping to earn just R150 that day.
News24.com | Man critical after being hit, dragged by train
A man has sustained critical injuries after he was hit and dragged by a train at the Vereeniging Train Station, south of Gauteng, say paramedics.
News24.com | Capetonians' generosity warms up the city's homeless this winter
The generosity of thousands of Capetonians means that many of the city’s homeless will get to spend at least a few nights this winter in a warm bed with food in their stomachs.
News24.com | Denosa outraged by handling of whistleblowers
Nurses union Denosa has criticised the North West health department for disclosing the name of a whistleblower, even though the department says the nurse gave permission for her name to be revealed.
News24.com | We have just finished killing him - Hammanskraal residents answer victim's phone
The brother of one of the two men killed in Hammanskraal has described how a community member answered his phone and said they had just finished killing him.
News24.com | No security for Hammanskraal workers - families
The families of the two men killed during the violent protests in Hammanskraal have criticised the company that employed them as casual workers for not providing adequate security.
News24.com | SA deploys 301 firefighters to Canada
Working on Fire says 301 South African firefighters are heading to Canada to assist in fire suppression efforts in Alberta, where wildland fires have been raging for weeks.
News24.com | Activists lay complaint over 'sophisticated racism' in Sea Point
Supporters of affordable housing in Cape Town have lodged a “racism” complaint with Mayor Patricia de Lille over comments a ratepayers group official made about a site in Sea Point.
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.
Fin24.com | Uber drivers in CPT are working 24-hour shifts for low pay
Several drivers say they are 'prepared to sleep on the road' to keep earning their fares.
Wheels24.co.za | First Ferrari in SA resurfaces: It's worth R160-million!
After it 'went missing' for years, the first-ever Ferrari in South Africa made a surprise appearance at the Concorso d’Eleganza at Villa d’Este in Italy. It's valued at R160-million!
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.
Fin24.com | Kantor: Battle for Treasury, nuclear not over yet
The battle of who controls the Ministry of Finance is certainly not over yet, Prof. Brian Kantor cautions the Black Management Forum.
Fin24.com | Gordhan pleads for united SA to help economy
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has told Parliament that the weak economy can only be overcome if all role players - government, business and labour - work together.
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