Man dies as bakkie crashes through fence in Benoni: A man, believed to be in his 20s, was killed when his bakkie crashed through a fence and into a tree near the 11th and Protea Road intersection in Northmead, Benoni.
Soweto learners protest state’s failure to fix school: Hundreds of learners and parents from Kwadedangendlale High School demanded that Gauteng’s Education and Infrastructure Departments fix their school’s deteriorating infrastructure.
Masina expected to visit families of mass murder victims: Ekurhuleni mayor Mzwandile Masina is expected to visit the families of four women who were shot and killed in an incident which is believed to be related to a suspected turf war between illegal miners.
Motata should be treated as an ordinary person in litigation, tribunal hears: Retired Judge Nkola Motata did not think it was too serious that false evidence was submitted in court during his drunk driving trial, his legal representative has said.
Life Esidimeni: Senior health official breaks down during testimony: A senior health official has asked the family members of Life Esidimeni members for forgiveness and broke down as she testified at arbitration hearings in Johannesburg.
Strains of Listeria found at Johannesburg food outlet: The City of Johannesburg has uncovered a food outlet that contains strains of Listeria, according to member of the mayoral committee Dr Mpho Phalatse.
Paul O’Sullivan, co-accused found not guilty of kidnapping, extortion: Forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan and co-accused Melissa Naidu have been found not guilty on charges of kidnapping, intimidation and extortion in the Randburg Magistrate’s Court.
Police condemn arson, looting in Krugersdorp following alleged kidnapping: Police have condemned vigilantism after homes and shops were burned and looted in Krugersdorp following the alleged kidnapping of a local woman.
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