Accused in farm worker’s death granted lengthy postponement for medical procedure: The Krugersdorp Magistrate’s Court has granted a lengthy postponement to a security company owner who allegedly shot and killed a tractor driver.
We are making inroads in cash-in-transit robberies – Gauteng police: Despite assurances that the police are closing in on cash-in-transit robbers, the Gauteng provincial commissioner says only 28 suspects have been arrested in 11 cases out of 74 heists since August 2017.
Rassie: Meeting transformation targets ‘not difficult’: He is only two games into his Springbok coaching career, but already Rassie Erasmus has taken significant steps in facilitating transformation in the national team.
New generation Sasol GTC cars set for top-notch motorsport racing at East London circuit: With a combined power output of 3600 horsepower, the new generation Sasol GTC Championship cars are set to delight East London motorsport enthusiasts when the touring car series visits the coastal town on 16th June.
Over 50 000 tickets sold for Ellis Park: Over 50 000 tickets have been sold for Saturday’s clash between the Springboks and England at Ellis Park.
ANC says Emfuleni mayor back on the job: The ANC in Gauteng says it believes Jacob Khawe is committed to serving the community, after meeting with him following his resignation just six months into the job.
SAHRC announces inquiry into Charlotte Maxeke Hospital protest: The South African Human Rights Commission will convene an inquiry next week into the recent demonstrations and protests at the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital.
5 times the Springboks smashed England: With the first of three Tests taking place on Saturday, we look at five times the Springboks emerged as convincing winners against England.
Metrobus operations affected in Johannesburg after stalemate in negotiations with Demawusa: Metrobus says Demawusa is “not a recognised union” and therefore some of its demands cannot be met.
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