Cash-in-transit heists dropped 63% in June – Cele: Police Minister Bheki Cele says the number of cash-in-transit heists has dropped dramatically, but the most impact has been in Gauteng.
Impala Platinum says could sell some of its operations: The mining company announced restructuring plans today that that could lead to thousands of jobs losses.
[WATCH] #TotalShutDown: Gauteng women take on patriarchy, police & the president: Thousands of women marched to the union buildings in protest against gender-based violence to hand over a list of demands to President Cyril Ramaphosa.
[LISTEN] The history of SA protests: Radio 702’s Eusebius McKaiser speaks to Lizette Lancaster of the ISS about the history of protests in South Africa and why women around the country embarked on the #TotalShutDown on 1 August.
Ramaphosa declares special official funeral for UCT’s Bongani Mayosi: Professor Bongani Mayosi committed suicide last Friday after battling depression for two years.
CT police arrest man for possession of abalone: After searching his vehicle police found 1,522 units of shucked abalone valued at R760,000.
Parly committee removes controversial clause in National Credit Amendment Bill: The bill aims to help over-indebted poor people who don’t have the same options as wealthier debtors in distress.
Alleged gang boss Booysen survives another assassination attempt: On Wednesday, an assassin tried to kill Jerome Booysen at a Spur restaurant at Soneike Mall in Kuils River.
Robberies mar Sapo payment of social grants: Thousands of people were turned away from distribution centres after Sassa and the Post Office experienced problems with its payment systems.
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