Sakhumzi Restaurant manager’s killer handed life sentence: Njabulo Ngubani was sentenced in the Johannesburg High Court for the November 2017 murder of Kwesi Hudson.
DA’s constitution in spotlight as De Lille challenges cessation of membership: Advocate Johan de Waal – who’s representing Patricia de Lille – has questioned whether an interview on a radio talk show can be used as the basis for rescinding her membership.
Bheki Cele leaves a trail of hope in crime-ridden Elsies River: Police Minister Bheki Cele says Elsies River is just one among many areas in the Western Cape in need of bolstered police resources.
Lamoer & co-convicts granted bail of R10,000 each: Arno Lamoer was on Thursday sentenced to an effective six years behind bars, while his co-convicts were also handed effective jail terms of between two and six years.
[LISTEN] Hate your job? Here’s how you can free yourself from working for money: The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Galileo Capital financial Advisory Warren Ingram about the FIRE method.
Hawks find elements of ‘extremism’ in KZN mosque attack: KwaZulu-Natal Hawks spokesperson Simphiwe Mhlongo says the brutality of this case is one of a kind.
Land expropriation in sharp focus in Nkoana-Mashabane’s budget: Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform Maite Nkoana-Mashabane says white farmers are also warming to the idea of land reform and are prepared to be part of the process.
Equal Education urges govt to improve school infrastructure: Activists and researchers Equal Education recently visited an Eastern Cape school where pit toilets are still being used.
[LISTEN] Efforts underway to reopen apartheid murder cases: Joanne Joseph speaks to Imtiaz Cajee about the efforts currently underway to reopen past murder cases during apartheid, in line with the case involving his uncle, Ahmed Timol.
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