Economic status quo threatens SA’s stability – Dlamini-Zuma: Retaining the economic status quo which has left over half of South Africans living in poverty will threaten the country’s peace and stability, warns presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.
Hillbrow Theatre shooting: Man to appear in court in absentia: A man linked to the shooting at the Hillbrow Theatre is expected to appear in court in absentia as he is receiving medical attention, say Gauteng police.
Alleged serial killer abandons bail application: An alleged serial killer from Katlehong, south of Johannesburg, has abandoned his bail application in the Palm Ridge Magistrate’s Court.
Chamber of Mines sends condolences to families of Kusasalethu miners: The Chamber of Mines has sent its condolences to the families, friends and colleagues of the three miners who have died in Harmony Gold’s Kusasalethu mine, near Carletonville.
‘A guy like that shouldn’t be free’ – man shot during Hillbrow Theatre concert: “Things like this happen, but a guy like that shouldn’t be free,” says one of the eight people wounded after a fatal shooting during a concert in the Hillbrow Theatre.
Bavuma’s chance to show he belongs: Temba Bavuma will have an opportunity to show that he belongs on the international T20 stage at this year’s Global League.
Fees Must Fall activist Mcebo Dlamini’s lawyer admitted to hospital: The lawyer for student activist Mcebo Dlamini has been admitted to hospital, the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court has heard, resulting in his case being postponed to September 7.
Transport minister distances himself from e-tolls ‘dismal failure’ report: Transport minister Joe Maswanganyi has refuted a media report that government has proposed new laws “following the dismal failure of e-tolling revenue collection from Gauteng motorists who owe more that R6bn in unpaid tolls”.
Lions on the right track, insists Swys: Swys de Bruin is not desperate as he hunts a first win since taking over as head coach of the Golden Lions.
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