March to Eskom against nuclear power station build: Earthlife Africa, supported by Greenpeace Africa and partner organisations, are marching in protest of South Africa’s planned nuclear power station build programme as part of the global day of action on climate change.
Undesirable, dehumanised and tortured – expert speaks of Life Esidimeni trauma: A clinical psychologist has testified about the severe social stresses and trauma the Life Esidimeni patients would’ve faced.
Case against former Parktown Boys coach postponed: A former Parktown Boys High School assistant sports coach has allegedly attempted to strangle some of his victims, an indictment before the South Gauteng High Court has revealed.
Trial date set for grandparents, cousin accused of rape, sexual assault: The grandparents and cousin of two minor boys, accused of rape and sexually assaulting them, will go on trial in May 2018.
ANC members frustrated with nomination processes as deadline to elective conference looms: ANC insiders are worried that the party’s December elective conference could be at risk of falling apart as more branches fail to hold quorate meetings for the nomination of presidential candidates.
Tambotie Mall attack victim still alive – police dismiss rumours: Police have rubbished rumours on social media that the man who was assaulted in front of a Mugg & Bean restaurant at Tambotie Mall in Randfontein at the weekend has died.
#MakeSAsafe – Namola app could be ‘Uber for police’: According to Statistics South Africa’s Victims of Crime Survey, 1.2 million South African households experienced 1.5 million crime incidents in 2016/17.
Life Esidimeni death toll rises to 143: The number of deaths related to the Life Esidimeni tragedy has been revised to 143, following discrepancies during the arbitration hearings.
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