Primedia senior exec steps down following sexual misconduct allegations: Senior broadcast executive at Primedia Broadcasting Mark Jakins has resigned after a number of complaints over alleged sexually inappropriate behaviour emerged.
WATCH: Try of Week 1 of Super Rugby: Lions wing Aphiwe Dyantyi scored a brilliant individual try in his team’s 26-19 victory over the Sharks in Johannesburg.
8 more missing Life Esidimeni patients found: Police have found eight more former patients from Life Esidimeni who were listed as missing by the Gauteng health department, DA MPL Jack Bloom says.
REVEALED: SA links in US’s Hezbollah terrorism export case: South Africa has emerged as a central location in a case involving a controversial Johannesburg-based businessman, who has been accused by the United States of illegally exporting items to Hezbollah, which it classifies as a terrorist organisation.
Terror-accused Thulsie twins to pay police minister’s legal bill: The South Gauteng High Court has ordered terror-accused twins, Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie, to foot a Minister of Police legal bill after they abandoned their application for access to police documents they needed to prepare their defence.
Zuma’s exit was dignified – Madonsela: Jacob Zuma’s exit as president was dignified, according to former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela.
Can the Guptas escape the long arm of the law?: Just how close the Guptas have become to the ruling Dubai monarchy, could play a role in whether they are extradited to South Africa to face trial for the alleged crimes they have committed.
NPA to oppose Atul Gupta’s AFU challenge: The NPA is planning to oppose an application by Atul Gupta, to have a preservation order obtained against him by Asset Forfeiture Unit, set aside.
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