Sitole asks for time to investigate Malmesbury mosque attack: MPs had asked National Police Commissioner Khehla Sitole for information on the mosque attack during Thursday’s police committee meeting.
575,000 families waiting on housing in Western Cape: Since March, there have been 87 protests over land and housing in various areas including Gansbaai, Hermanus, Botrivier, Riebeek Kasteel and in parts of Cape Town.
NUM confirms temporary deal struck at Optimum mine: The Gupta-owned mine paid workers 50% of their salaries on Thursday and promised to settle the balance sometime next week.
Ipid to take over Kya Sands deadly road crash investigation: An officer allegedly hit four pedestrians yesterday killing all of them instantly.
Eersterus Police Station almost petrol bombed, several items stolen: Twelve suspects ambushed the officer who was on duty last night and made off with at least one service pistol, a computer, TV and cellphone.
Eskom warns of more load shedding if protests continue: Workers affiliated to the National Union of Mineworkers and National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa had embarked on a one day strike.
Dlamini Zuma: Process underway to determine turnaround strategy in NW: Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma says a process is underway to determine which local councils require an intervention because that’s where many of the problems lie.
Hawks take over Malmesbury mosque attack probe: Two worshippers were stabbed to death and two others were injured in the attack on Thursday morning.
Will ANC pay over R270k to City of JHB or lose property?: The city confirmed on Thursday that it received a settlement offer from the ANC, promising to make the payment.
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