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News24.com | Mace removed from Parliament - As it happened
Get the latest details from the sitting in the National Assembly after a fragile truce between political parties fell apart.
News24.com | Women held for toddler's murder
A 55-year-old woman has been arrested for allegedly killing a 2-year-old girl in Chatsworth, Durban.
News24.com | Cape mob victim found alive
The victim of an alleged mob justice attack in Delft, Cape Town, has been found.
News24.com | Mpuma crash death toll rises
The death toll of an accident near Waverly in Mpumalanga has risen to seven.
News24.com | IEC candidates quizzed on political ties
Candidates for the post of IEC commissioner were quizzed about their political affiliation during interviews in Johannesburg.
News24.com | Man held for rape, kidnap
A man has been arrested in North West for his alleged role in the murder of a 41-year old man and rape of a woman.
News24.com | SACP pays rent to Cosatu despite no political levy
The SACP has not received a political levy from Cosatu in the last four years but it continues to pay rent to the trade union federation.
News24.com | Taxi violence shooting condemned
The killing of five people during a shooting in Boksburg's Windmill Park, thought to be linked to the taxi industry, has been condemned.
News24.com | Police: No record of Delft killing
The victim of an alleged mob justice attack in Delft, Cape Town, did not succumb to his injuries, Western Cape police have said.
News24.com | BCCSA cannot make order on Inge Lotz pics
Complaints about the broadcast of a blurred image of murdered Stellenbosch student Inge Lotz in 2008 cannot be taken further, the Broadcasting Complaints Commission of SA has ruled.
News24.com | More tension in Parly ahead of EFF report
The National Assembly is in disarray for the third day running as the ANC moved to prevent a filibuster before a likely decision to suspend EFF MPs from the legislature.
News24.com | Mayor's wife defends herself at IEC interviews
Ekurhuleni Mayor Mondli Gungubele's wife Rebecca Madipoane Gungubele had to defend herself against opposition to her possible appointment as IEC commissioner during interviews.
News24.com | Top SANDF official denies Nkandla-related report
Lieutenant General Vejay Ramlakan has criticised a Beeld newspaper report which stated that he might go on early retirement following an SANDF probe into President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home.
News24.com | Introduce e-voting - IEC candidate
South Africa should introduce electronic voting now rather than later, Professor Mzamo Alexander Gumbi says.
News24.com | State wants prison term for blue light driver
The blue light driver who left Thomas Ferreira brain damaged when he crashed into him should not get away with a slap on the wrist, the Krugersdorp Magistrate's Court has heard.
News24.com | DA denies Ramaphosa Parly deal
The DA would never enter into a deal that jeopardised its mandate, the party's leader Helen Zille has vowed.
News24.com | R1m set aside for officials'pictures
The Eastern Cape health department has set aside nearly R1m to have 1 520 framed photographs of Premier Phumulo Masualle and health MEC Pumza Dyantyi at all its health facilities.
News24.com | Journalists arrested in Durban prison
Two journalists have been arrested at Durban's Westville Prison after pretending to be relatives of an inmate.
News24.com | Special Zim permit deadline looms
Around 64% of Zimbabweans working in the country on a dispensation permit have applied for an extension until 2017, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba says.
News24.com | Cabinet: Zuma didn’t disobey Parliament
President Jacob Zuma has never disobeyed the rules of Parliament, Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe says.
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