IFP calls for national day of action against fuel levies: The party says their request from earlier this month to debate the scrapping of fuel levies has been rejected by National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete.
10 NW cops to face prosecution for alleged torture of suspects: Ipid says 10 members of the former North West organised crime unit are charged with the 2006 torture of two-armed robbery suspects.
Focus on schooling, local economy in Hermanus after weeks of protests: Police officers are keeping an eye on the troubled Zwelihle community, where demonstrations first started, several months ago, over land and housing.
Suspect detained after starting fire at Cape Town Station: On Tuesday, another potential disaster was averted after a Metro Plus seat was set alight. It’s the third act of arson at Cape Town station this month.
WCED adds voice to calls for army deployment in gang-stricken areas: Education MEC Debbie Schafer says gang warfare has had a direct impact on schools, teachers and learners.
Zarah Hector’s family describes emotional toll of her death: The 33-year-old’s body was found in plastic bags in a bushy area near Paarl a few days after she had been reported missing. Her sister has told the court of the impact her death has had on the family.
Movement warns govt will lose power if it ignores the cry to drop fuel price: Protesters are demonstrating against the surging petrol price outside National Treasury offices in Pretoria.
Fort Hare students demand to write exams amid ongoing workers’ strike: The second semester’s exams were scheduled to start on 16 July but this still hasn’t happened due to the industrial action.
Open letter from Herman Mashaba to Eusebius McKaiser: After an interview with 702’s Eusebius McKaiser, the mayor’s office requested the opportunity to “set the record straight”.
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