Materialistic children blind to signs of abuse – Dlamini: South Africa’s materialistic children are unable to see when they are being abused, Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini has said at the funeral of Karabo Mokoena.
Wits increases security following attacks: The University of Witwatersrand says it has beefed up its security measures following reports of muggings and crime in the vicinity of the institution.
Second man dies after being trapped in Germiston mine: The second man who was trapped in a mine on Stanley Road in Primrose, Germiston has died, paramedics have said.
Service delivery protesters block roads in Diepkloof: Drivers have had to find alternative routes as the intersection at Immink street and Eben Cuyler drive in Diepkloof, Soweto was barricaded by service delivery protesters.
Girls in most danger of sexual assault at school: The most dangerous place for a girl child in SA is at school and on her way to school, CEO for Child Witness Institute Dr Karen Muller has said.
9 prisoners on the run after Joburg court escape: Gauteng police say they are still searching for nine awaiting trial prisoners who escaped from the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court.
No evidence at this stage linking suspect to the murder of Soweto women – NPA: There is no evidence, at this stage, that links the arrested suspect to the murders of friends Popi Qwabe and Bongeka Phungula, who were found dead in Soweto at the weekend.
ANC will pay for Molefe’s return to Eskom – SACP: Brian Molefe’s return as Eskom’s CEO is incomprehensible and the ANC will pay for it, the SACP says.
Ntlemeza’s daughter makes more threats: After ousted Hawks head Mthandazo Berning Ntlemeza’s daughter threatened to kill a police officer who was a complainant in a case against her father, she has sent a threatening message to forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan.
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