Security guard shot in Midrand: A security guard has been shot and wounded in Midrand after he went to investigate a group of suspicious men.
WATCH: Edenvale fire victims overwhelmed by donations after losing everything in devastating blaze: Rebecca Mtya and her mother recently lost everyting in a fire, but members of the Edenvale community have opened up their hearts and wallets in order to get them back on their feet again.
Bodies of 2 kids found blindfolded in shallow grave identified as missing brother and sister: The bodies of two children found in a veld in Soweto have been identified as a missing brother and sister.
Student caught at airport with over R9m cash in bag due back in court: The student, who is yet to plead, is expected to reveal to the Kempton Park Magistrate’s Court where she got the cash from.
Lions, Straeuli fighting to keep Mostert at Ellis Park: The Lions and their CEO, Rudolf Straeuli, are fighting with all their might to keep Springbok lock Franco Mostert at Ellis Park in 2019.
OVERVIEW: #StateCaptureInquiry – Hogan, Gordhan’s testimony postponed until mid-November: Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has postponed proceedings at the commission of inquiry into state capture until November 12, for former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan’s testimony to be heard.
#StateCaptureInquiry – Former Minister of Public Enterprises Barbara Hogan to testify | Day 19: The hearings of the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture continues on Wednesday October 10 with the testimony of Barbara Hogan, former Minister of Public Enterprises.
No land, no vote, say residents of Freedom Park: “Even if you beat us up or shoot us, you can’t stop us,” protesters in Freedom Park sang as they marched to the office of the Department of Human Settlements in Eldorado Park.
Homeless say they are treated poorly in Bedfordview: In Johannesburg’s affluent East suburbs, homeless people are under pressure from the local government and the private sector. According to several people living on the street, property development and urban renewal are to blame.
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