Other National & Provincial News
Six to appear for "headless" murder3/9/2014 5:29
Six people, including a traditional healer and three minors, will appear in the Durban Regional Court on Wednesday in connection with the murder of a woman who was decapitated.
Police will act when attacked: Phiyega3/9/2014 5:16
Police will not hesitate to act when they are being attacked or when property is being destroyed, national police commissioner Riah Phiyega said on Tuesday.
ConCourt affirms equity3/9/2014 2:23
Transformation scored a decisive victory in the highest court yesterday in a case that could have had far-reaching implications for affirmative action.
Samwu cash row heads to court3/9/2014 1:47
The national leadership of the SA Municipal Workers Union (Samwu) is taking legal action against a faction which claimed that more than R80m of the union’s cash was unaccounted for.
Cops come down on robbers3/9/2014 1:22
Police in Gauteng have committed themselves to curbing the spiralling rate of business robberies in the province, provincial police commissioner Gen Lesetja Mothiba said yesterday.
Catholic church under pressure for confession3/9/2014 1:10
The Catholic Church in Germany is under pressure to force a confession from accused paedophile priest, Georg Kerkhoff. He was extradited to Germany from South Africa in August after a lengthy legal battle.
How could you, Hofmeyr?3/9/2014 12:52
“Steve, I don’t understand how you could honestly do it, singing the anthem of a generation that hated the black skin.”
Kolonade telkom store robbed2/9/2014 21:35
A Telkom store at Kolonade Mall in Montana, Pretoria, was robbed on Tuesday evening of electronic goods worth over R200,000, police said.
Tlakula has seen the light: Holomisa2/9/2014 21:06
UDM leader Bantu Holomisa has welcomed IEC chairwoman Pansy Tlakula's resignation but lamented the time it took for her to step down.
Businessman's killers 'don't deserve mercy'2/9/2014 20:49
A Pretoria businessman's killers could not ask mercy from the court when they had shown no mercy to their victim, the State has argued in the High Court in Pretoria.