Media Monitoring Africa launches fund for Jacques Pauw defence: After being inundated with offers from the public, Media Monitoring Africa says it has resolved to establish a legal defence fund for author Jacques Pauw.
Top Billing presenter crash case back in court: The man arrested after Top Billing presenter Simba Mhere died in a car crash in 2015 is expected to return to the Randburg Magistrate’s Court for the continuation of the case.
Guard due in court over Tarlton tractor driver’s shooting: A security guard is expected to appear in the Krugersdorp Magistrate’s Court in connection with the fatal shooting of Tarlton tractor driver Aron Mutavhatsindi.
Bodies of 7 suspected illegal miners found: The decomposing bodies of seven suspected illegal miners were found in a veld near a mineshaft in Benoni, east of Johannesburg, police say.
Refs don’t have to explain their decisions: Many people have said that referees have too much power – almost to the point of being dictatorial; that they seem to be a law unto themselves sometimes.
Spar Proteas aim high: At the upcoming Quad series, the Spar Proteas will be out to make up for their dismal performance and head coach Norma Plummer says she’s happy with progress made.
Mbenge says Tete will scoop best boxer gong: Hot welterweight prospect Thulani Mbenge has tipped WBO bantamweight champion Zolani Tete to scoop the male boxer of the year gong at the BSA Awards.
Registration backlog forces learners to miss first day of school – DA: The DA says several learners will miss the first day of the 2018 academic year due to a registration backlog.
UPDATE: Police confirm rubber bullets fired in H&M protests as shop looted: Police have confirmed that rubber bullets were used to disperse protestors wearing EFF regalia at the East Rand Mall.
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