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Woman killed, 13 injured in East Rand crash
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Woman killed, 13 injured in East Rand crashA woman died and 13 other people were injured when four vehicles collided in Benoni on the East Rand on Wednesday, paramedics said.
Police investigating incident involving judge
54 minutes ago
Police investigating incident involving judgePolice have stepped up security for Judge Colin Lamont, who is presiding over Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir's trial, following an incident while he was driving home.
Camp owner back in dock
24 minutes ago
The murder-accused owner of a military-style camp where three boys died continued testifying in the Vereeniging Regional Court on Wednesday.
Analysis: EFF wants to have it both ways Analysis: EFF wants to have it both ways
25/7/2014 9:46
One of the common cynicisms that political parties are subjected to is that their respective leaders are in it for personal gain, and hardly take into consideration the needs of the people.
Nothing wrong with voting EFF: Orania resident Nothing wrong with voting EFF: Orania resident
8/5/2014 12:53
Orania residents in the Northern Cape said on Thursday there was nothing wrong with residents of the right-wing town voting for the Economic Freedom Fighters.
 
Prosecutors assigned for e-toll defaulters Prosecutors assigned for e-toll defaulters
15/7/2014 8:39
Two senior prosecutors have been mandated to prosecute e-toll users who are not paying for their vehicles.
E-toll review panel announced E-toll review panel announced
10/7/2014 15:36
A panel of 15 people will assess the socio-economic impact of e-tolls in Gauteng
 
Up to 558 rhino killed this year: dept Up to 558 rhino killed this year: dept
10/7/2014 10:01
A total of 558 rhino have been killed since January, the environmental affairs department said on Thursday.
Rhino horn theft investigated Rhino horn theft investigated
22/5/2014 9:24
A Hawks' probe into the multimillion-rand theft of rhino horns in Mpumalanga is at an advanced stage.
 
Matric results confirm alliance policies: SACP Matric results confirm alliance policies: SACP
7/1/2014 19:16
The high matric pass rate confirms that the policies of the African National Congress-led alliance are correct and are taking the country forward, the SA Communist Party said on Tuesday.
Lekgotla will demystify "anecdotes" Lekgotla will demystify "anecdotes"
19/7/2013 15:42
The ANC's national executive committee (NEC) lekgotla will try to "demystify" some of the stories about progress in the country, secretary general Gwede Mantashe said on Friday.
 
ANC’s respect for Constitution ANC’s respect for Constitution
11/1/2013 13:09
If column centimetres and broadcast minutes were analytical tools, historians would no doubt conclude that the 53rd National Conference of the ANC in Mangaung was all about leadership, leadership and leadership.
Future still unclear for Mangaung losers Future still unclear for Mangaung losers
4/1/2013 12:23
It is still not clear what the future holds for several senior ANC members who were booted out of the national executive committee (NEC) at the party’s conference in Mangaung last month.
 
Analysis: Pistorius did his case no favours Analysis: Pistorius did his case no favours
11/7/2014 11:42
This week the trial that captivated the world reached another milestone on its inevitable path towards the judgment of and possible sentencing of murder-accused paralympiian sensation Oscar Pistorius.
Oscar video broadcast in Australia only Oscar video broadcast in Australia only
7/7/2014 7:47
A video of murder-accused Oscar Pistorius re-enacting the scene of the killing of Reeva Steenkamp has only been broadcast in Australia
 
Analysis: It’s time to have TRC phase II Analysis: It’s time to have TRC phase II
25/7/2014 9:04
The discussion on reconciliation will not go away.
Analysis: Inequality is the legacy of past injustice Analysis: Inequality is the legacy of past injustice
11/7/2014 11:55
Advancing ideals of a participatory democracy remains a challenge in a constitutional democracy such as South Africa.
 
Full speech: Zuma on the occasion of his Inauguration Full speech: Zuma on the occasion of his Inauguration
24/5/2014 12:37
Address by His Excellency President Jacob Zuma on the occasion of his Inauguration as fifth President of the Republic of South Africa Union Buildings, Pretoria
Yinde lendlela: the journey travelled by President Jacob Zuma Yinde lendlela: the journey travelled by President Jacob Zuma
24/5/2014 10:05
The President-elect of the Republic of South Africa, His Excellency President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma was born on 12 April 1942 at KwaNxamalala in Nkandla, northern KwaZulu-Natal.
 
Cosatu mum on Vavi Cosatu mum on Vavi
8/4/2014 19:36
Cosatu would not confirm on Tuesday that reinstated general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi would stay on under a deal brokered by ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa.
Numsa will respond to Cosatu Numsa will respond to Cosatu
2/3/2014 16:16
The National Union of Metalworkers of SA on Sunday said it would respond to Cosatu within the required timeframe on why it should not be suspended or expelled from the union body.
 
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Camp owner back in dockCamp owner back in dock
24 minutes ago
The murder-accused owner of a military-style camp where three boys died continued testifying in the Vereeniging Regional Court on Wednesday.
 
Woman killed, 13 injured in East Rand crashWoman killed, 13 injured in East Rand crash
44 minutes ago
A woman died and 13 other people were injured when four vehicles collided in Benoni on the East Rand on Wednesday, paramedics said.
 
Police investigating incident involving judgePolice investigating incident involving judge
54 minutes ago
Police have stepped up security for Judge Colin Lamont, who is presiding over Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir's trial, following an incident while he was driving home.
 
Interpol robbed, laptops stolenInterpol robbed, laptops stolen
30/7/2014 10:01
Police confirmed that the Interpol offices in Pretoria were broken into and laptops and other electronic items were stolen.
 
Turffontein man wanted after woman found decapitatedTurffontein man wanted after woman found decapitated
30/7/2014 8:59
Gauteng police are searching for a Turffontein man after his girlfriend was found dead in their house.
 
Six killed, three injured in KwaZulu Natal crashSix killed, three injured in KwaZulu Natal crash
30/7/2014 8:57
Six people died and three others were critically injured when a bakkie overturned near Swartberg, in south western KwaZulu-Natal, paramedics said on Wednesday.
 
Mokotedi plans to resign: NPAMokotedi plans to resign: NPA
30/7/2014 8:52
The NPA's suspended integrity management unit (IMU) head Prince Mokotedi plans to resign on August 1, the prosecuting authority said on Wednesday.
 
Woman strips at Mandela statueWoman strips at Mandela statue
30/7/2014 8:38
A woman caused a commotion when she stripped naked and caressed the statue of former president Nelson Mandela in Sandton
 
Playing a supporting rolePlaying a supporting role
30/7/2014 8:31
ANC deputy chief whip Doris Dlakude says the country has entered the second phase of radical economic transformation to better the lives of the people.
 
Krejcir, Louca interpol file stolen: reportKrejcir, Louca interpol file stolen: report
30/7/2014 8:32
Five laptops possibly containing sensitive information, including data on investigations into Radovan Krejcir, have been stolen from Interpol's Pretoria offices
 
Camp owner in dock on recruits' deathCamp owner in dock on recruits' death
30/7/2014 8:17
The cross-examination of the owner of a military-style camp where three boys died is expected to resume in the Vereeniging Regional Court on Wednesday.
 
Man in court over road rage incidentMan in court over road rage incident
30/7/2014 7:47
A man arrested in connection with an alleged road rage attack in Fourways, Johannesburg, is expected to appear in the Randburg Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.
 
Minister pleased with end of strikeMinister pleased with end of strike
30/7/2014 7:26
Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant on Tuesday congratulated parties in the metals sector for reaching an agreement, bringing the four-week strike to an end.
 
HIV-positive recruits fighting for their rightsHIV-positive recruits fighting for their rights
30/7/2014 3:12
Two expelled HIV-positive and former South African National Defence Force (SANDF) recruits pleaded to serve their country despite their health condition.
 
Historic deal for LonminHistoric deal for Lonmin
30/7/2014 1:35
The Baapo ba Mogale tribe in the troubled platinum belt in North West are expected to sign an historic deal today, which will give the community a 2% stake in the company.
 






 

 




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