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News24.com | Tight security for ex ANCYL Limpopo secretary
Security is tight at the Polokwane Magistrate's Court where former ANC Youth League Limpopo secretary Jacob Lebogo is due to appear for a bail application.
News24.com | Brickz back in court, rape case postponed
Kwaito musician Brickz will have to wait until 20 October to hear whether the national director of public prosecutions will proceed with the rape case against him.
News24.com | Nigeria search mission continuing - Zuma
The final number of South Africans killed in a building collapse in Nigeria will only known once search and rescue missions are complete, President Jacob Zuma says.
News24.com | SA has become an angry country - Zelda
Nelson Mandela's former personal assistant Zelda la Grange says she is worried that South Africa has become an angry society, and that people don't follow Mandela's example of respecting others.
News24.com | Tshwane pointsman attacked by bees
A pointsman in Centurion, Tshwane, has been hospitalised after being attacked by a swarm of bees while directing traffic.
News24.com | Nigeria collapse: Anxious families wait for news
Family members of those who were affected by the collapse of a building at a church complex in Nigeria are anxiously awaiting news of their loved ones, according to reports.
News24.com | SA woman found alive in rubble in Nigeria
A South African woman who was trapped in the rubble of the collapsed Synagogue Church of All Nations guesthouse in Lagos, Nigeria, for five days has been found uninjured by rescuers.
News24.com | Visa regulations need further review: AfriForum
AfriForum welcomed the delay in implementing two of the new immigration regulations on travelling minors, but it still wants an overall review.
News24.com | Decision on Brickz rape case awaited
The Roodepoort Magistrate's Court is expected to hear whether the national director of public prosecutions (NDPP) will proceed with the rape case against Kwaito musician Sipho Charles Ndlovu, also known as "Brickz".
News24.com | Group calls for Maphatsoe's removal
Corruption Watch has called on President Jacob Zuma to remove Deputy Defence Minister Kebby Maphatsoe, following his claim that Public Protector Thuli Madonsela works for the CIA.
News24.com | EFF undermining Parliament - ANC
The Economic Freedom Fighters are committed to undermining Parliament through chaotic conduct, the ANC says, after leader Julius Malema was ordered out of the House again.
News24.com | TUT lifts suspension of SRC
The management of the Tshwane University of Technology has lifted the suspension of the institution's Student Representative Council.
News24.com | ANC Gauteng goes ahead with conference
The ANC in Gauteng has reached the 70% quorum of branches allowing it to proceed with its provincial conference.
News24.com | SA negating Ebola role - expert
SA should have played the leading role in the fight against the spread of the Ebola virus in Africa, Frans Viljoen, director of the University of Pretoria's centre for human rights, says.
News24.com | 5 in court for burning man to death
Five men who allegedly killed a man by assaulting and burning him have appeared in the Mtubatuba Magistrate's Court, KwaZulu-Natal.
News24.com | ConCourt to rule on eviction case
The Constitutional Court will rule whether leave to appeal against an eviction order served on a Western Cape pensioner should be granted.
News24.com | Man, teen sentenced for rape, kidnapping
A man and a boy have been sentenced to 18 and 12 years' imprisonment respectively for rape and kidnapping by the North West High Court.
News24.com | Epidemics require rational approach
Less restrictive means should always be implemented to control epidemics, Frans Viljoen, director of the University of Pretoria’s centre for human rights, has said.
News24.com | Cosatu shocked by Nigeria deaths
The deaths of dozens of people, including 67 South Africans, in a building collapse in Nigeria is shocking, Cosatu says.
News24.com | Minister: Announcing Lagos deaths not delayed
The government did not take long to announce the deaths of South Africans in the Nigeria church building collapse, International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane says.
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