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News24.com | LIVE: Masutha on ICC withdrawal: A difficult choice had to be made
Justice Minister Michael Masutha is briefing the media on the government's decision to leave the International Criminal Court.
News24.com | LIVE: Panayiotou's ex-employee back on the stand
The man who claimed he found R30 000 allegedly meant for a hit on murder-accused Christopher Panayiotou's wife Jayde, is back on the stand the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth.
News24.com | UCT interdict against ‘Shackville five’ was too broad - SCA
The terms of the final interdict granted against five people involved in UCT’s “Shackville” protest were too broad, the Supreme Court of Appeal has ruled.
News24.com | SA starts process to withdraw from International Criminal Court
South Africa has set in motion the process to withdraw from the International Criminal Court following a dispute last year over a visit by Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.
News24.com | Cross-examination of Panayiotou's ex-employee to continue
The cross-examination of a man who used to work for murder-accused Christopher Panayiotou, and who claimed he found R30 000 in a bag meant for a hit on his wife Jayde, is set to continue.
News24.com | NMMU South campus declared a 'no-go' zone
Running battles between protesters and police entered the third day at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University on Thursday.
News24.com | McBride to probe alleged dodgy dealings at Ipid
Ipid head Robert McBride wants to return the police watchdog to stability, he has said in a letter to staff.
News24.com | One-card transport pay system to roll out across SA
The Gauteng provincial government is paving the way for electronic minibus taxi fares.
News24.com | Khayelitsha man disappears in surf
A search is underway for a man who disappeared in the surf while swimming at Monwabisi Beach in Cape Town, the National Sea Rescue Institute said.
News24.com | I was shot in a targeted attack on students - ex-Wits SRC leader
Police watchdog Ipid will investigate the shooting of former Wits SRC leader Shaeera Kalla who was shot 13 times in the back "at a very close range in a targeted attack on students".
News24.com | Panayiotou worker who found alleged blood money fired for stealing
An ex-employee of murder-accused Christopher Panayioutou waited nearly a year to hand police his cellphone, which his boss allegedly used to arrange the hit on his wife Jayde, the Port Elizabeth High Court heard.
News24.com | Foreign funding claims a 'blatant lie' - Madonsela
Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has denied that her office received direct funding from foreign donors or that it had used consultants.
News24.com | UCT health sciences suspends undergrad classes
UCT’s health sciences faculty has announced it would suspend all undergraduate face-to-face classes for the year, due to ongoing and widespread disruptions.
News24.com | Declaring national drought disaster not a quick fix - minister
Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane says she does not have sole authority to declare the drought plaguing eight provinces a national disaster.
News24.com | Hlaudi offered R10 000 ‘sweetener deal’ to staff - DA
SABC executive Hlaudi Motsoeneng has allegedly promised an extra R10 000 to each staff member as a "sweetener deal", the DA claims.
News24.com | Mkhwebane 'too sensitive' about spy claims - DA
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is being too sensitive about claims that she worked as a spy, the DA said.
News24.com | Industry-funded research profoundly biased - Noakes
All published research literature on nutrition is funded by industry and is profoundly biased, Professor Tim Noakes has said.
News24.com | Krejcir lawyer says extradition bid letter was doctored
A letter claiming to be Radovan Krejcir’s offer to turn State witness against top police officials was partially doctored, the lawyer who wrote it said.
News24.com | Warring KZN families told to 'disown hitmen'
KwaZulu-Natal Transport MEC Mxolisi Kaunda has issued a stern warning to two warring KwaZulu-Natal families to "disown hitmen which were terrorising the community".
News24.com | AS IT HAPPENED: UCT suspends some undergrad classes
UCT's Faculty of Health Sciences has suspended undergraduate classes in years one to three for the rest of the year.
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