News24.com | Wits condemns anti-Jewish graffiti on campus
The University of the Witwatersrand has condemned offensive graffiti found sprayed on two walls at the institution, saying it goes against the university's values.
News24.com | DA intends laying charges against KZN man for racist Diwali Facebook rant
The DA in KwaZulu-Natal says it intends laying charges of crimen injuria against Dawie Kriel, who posted an offensive Facebook post relating to fireworks over the Hindu festival of Diwali.
News24.com | Zwane wants more time to respond to 'state capture' claims
Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane was given 24 hours to respond to allegations against him during former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's "state capture" probe, he has said.
News24.com | SARS can't be defamed, former spokesperson argues in court
SARS commissioner Tom Moyane must bear the brunt of allegations levelled against him and the organisation, the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has heard.
News24.com | The ANC must put SA in safe, capable hands - Mandela foundation
President Jacob Zuma has failed to protect the Constitution and the ANC now needs to ensure the country is placed in "safe and capable hands", says the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
News24.com | #StateCaptureReport LIVE: Van Rooyen is a subservient party, court told
President Jacob Zuma, opposition parties and Vytjie Mentor are in court to argue over the release of the “state capture” report in the High Court in Pretoria.
News24.com | 'Dark day for Kommetjie' after environmentalist is murdered
Investigations into the murder of a Kommetjie environmentalist have established that an apparent domestic dispute may be behind the incident, Western Cape police say.
News24.com | Special Cabinet meeting underway
A “critical” two-day Cabinet meeting on state-owned enterprises has begun in Cape Town, according to government sources.
News24.com | State withdraws charges against McBride
The State has withdrawn charges against Ipid head Robert McBride and his two co-accused.
News24.com | Van Rooyen manipulating court processes, lawyer argues in 'state capture' case
Co-operative Governance Minister Des van Rooyen's lawyer has been accused of manipulating court processes after he asked for a postponement in the "state capture" report matter.
News24.com | Nehawu calls on Zuma to resign
The National Education Health and Allied Workers' Union has become the first Cosatu-affiliated union to call for President Jacob Zuma to resign.
News24.com | Springs 'house of horror' children were isolated from the world, court hears
The children living in the so-called Springs "house of horrors" were isolated from the rest of the world and the only adults they knew were their parents, court has heard.
News24.com | Brother of dead taxi driver forgives psychiatric patient who caused crash
The brother of a taxi driver who died when a psychiatric patient strangled him, causing him to lose control of the vehicle and crash into a truck, says there are no hard feelings between the two families.
News24.com | 10 candidates shortlisted for Inspector General of Intelligence
Parliament’s intelligence sub-committee has shortlisted 10 candidates in the hunt for a new inspector general.
News24.com | Hawks to investigate leak of matric maths paper in Limpopo
The Hawks and police are investigating the leak of a matric mathematics paper in Limpopo after the Department of Basic Education laid a charge following the security breach.
News24.com | WATCH: Metro police officer caught 'doing doughnuts'
eThekwini metro police are investigating a video that shows one of their officers allegedly attempting to perform "doughnuts" in an official vehicle, says a spokesperson.
News24.com | Bright blue swabs point to Jayde's blood in rental car's boot
Swabs taken from inside the boot of a rental car seem to confirm the presence of blood, a forensic expert has told the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth.
News24.com | Zuma just wants to exercise his rights, court hears
The reason President Jacob Zuma wants to interdict the release of the Public Protector's "state capture" report is because he wants to exercise his rights, the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has heard.
News24.com | Zuma's application to postpone case invalid, court hears
The EFF has argued in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria that the release of former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's "state capture" report is in the public's interest.
News24.com | State mulls withdrawing fraud charges against McBride
The State is considering withdrawing charges of fraud and defeating the ends of justice against IPID head Robert McBride and his two co-accused, after failing to produce witnesses to testify.