Police, Hawks to prioritise Malmesbury mosque attack: National Police Commissioner Khehla Sitole has given an update to Parliament’s police committee on the attack which took place early on Thursday morning.
‘Frankel 8’ win ConCourt bid to change law on sexual offences: The group approached the highest court in the land in an attempt to change the law which prevented victims of sexual abuse from criminally charging their abusers 20 years after the crime was committed.
[LISTEN] How this private school aims to change SA: ”The Money Show’ interviews SPARK Schools co-founder and CEO Stacey Brewer about new technology to be used in the schooling system.
Suspected cash-in-transit heist kingpin & co expected in court: The gang was arrested by the hawks earlier this week allegedly while waiting to target a cash-in-transit vehicle.
WC drought may have impacted film industry, says Cape Film Commission: The Cape Film Commission’s Dennis Lillie agrees Cape Town‘s film industry has seen a sharp decline.
Home Affairs Dept slammed over Cape refugee office delay: The Public Works Department has confirmed the facility expected to be ready by 1 January.
NUM: Eskom’s inability to manage finances no excuse to cut wage hikes: Union members will be picketing at Eskom’s headquarters and power stations across the country today to hand over a memorandum.
[LISTEN] ‘Malmesbury mosque attack not a reflection of SA Muslim community’: CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies interviewed a family member of one of the worshippers who was killed during the mosque attack.
Nkosi-Malobane: Claims on police deployment to ANC meetings malicious: Gauteng Community Safety MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane has described as ‘malicious’ the reports that she’s requested the deployment of Crime Intelligence and officers to ANC branch gatherings.
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