Clock ticking for top cop Sitole’s plan to find KZN taxi shooters: Eleven people were killed by unknown attackers, who sprayed their minibus with bullets in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands on Saturday.
Guard dies from smoke inhalation at unoccupied Public Works Dept property: Police have confirmed an inquest docket has been opened and Public Works officials will be questioned as part of the investigation.
Magashule urges ANC members to do their part to keep party in power: ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule says the ANC must extend its hand to people who fell out of love with the party.
Indian PM can’t be arrested while in SA for Brics summit: The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has confirmed that it will investigate Narendra Modi for war crimes and human rights violations.
Bham plans to deliver Moyane ruling in early August: Advocate Azhar Bham chaired the hearing in Sandton on Saturday and received submissions on fairness, the terms of reference and the admissibility of Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Damage of latest CT train fire estimated to cost R30m: Prasa’s Nana Zenani says that such incidents are a major setback to the company‘s efforts to bring new trains on track to improve services.
MPs calls for plan to eliminate illegal guns in wake of mass taxi shooting: Members of the Ivory Park Taxi Association were ambushed while travelling home from KwaZulu-Natal at the weekend.
Duduzane Zuma back in Dubai with pregnant wife, says lawyer: Zuma’s attorney says that he will be back in South Africa in time for his next court appearance on the culpable homicide case, which is on 23 August.
Parly’s police committee latest to condemn 11 KZN murders: It’s understood the victims were members of the Ivory Park Taxi Association and were travelling from a colleague’s funeral when unknown criminals opened fire on their vehicle.
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