Police arrest suspected cash-in-transit heist gang kingpin: Eyewitness News understands that the Crime Intelligence operation traced the suspect to his girlfriend’s house in Bloemfontein, where he was arrested before being taken to Pretoria.
Zuma lawyers given deadline to submit application for stay of prosecution: The matter has now been provisionally postponed until 30 November 2018.
Uyathandwa Stuurman’s grandparents struggling to deal with her murder: The grandparents of Stuurman say that they feel that their hearts will never heal as they struggle to accept that she’s never coming back home.
Gautrain and Untu to hold lengthy wage talks, strike looms: Untu has rejected Bombela’s offer of an 8.5% salary hike and is demanding 10% a housing allowance and bonuses.
Truck drivers, couriers and cash-in-transit guards ready to strike over wages: Unions have made several other demands, including that foreign nationals be limited to 25% of the overall workforce in each company in the sector.
WC Metrorail counts costs of train fires: The railway operator says that since October 2015, 147 carriages have been lost to fires and vandalism.
[WATCH LIVE] Jacob Zuma appears in court over corruption charges: Former President Jacob Zuma is appearing in the Pietermaritzburg High Court where he is facing charges of corruption, fraud, money-laundering and racketeering related to alleged bribes during the arms deal.
Zuma’s new legal team to argue political interference in case: In terms of proceedings, we expect Zuma’s new legal team to show its hand for the first time this morning.
Niehaus: Zuma won’t get fair trial: The MKVMA’s Carl Niehaus says it’s clear that Zuma has strong support not just in KwaZulu-Natal, but the entire country.
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