UN says global fight against Aids is at ‘precarious point’: The United Nations’ HIV/Aids body UNAIDS said while deaths were falling and treatment rates rising, rates of new HIV infections threatened to derail efforts to defeat the disease.
[LISTEN] Pay back the billions you dodged in taxes, Sars tells Wiese: Investigative group AmaBungane has obtained court papers which reveal that the Sars is trying to recover R3.9 billion in taxes and penalties from businessman Christo Wiese.
AfriForum to privately prosecute Thandi Modise for animal cruelty: The organisation’s private prosecution unit has announced that it will privately prosecute Thandi Modise, the chairperson of the National Council of Provinces (NCOP), in relation to animal cruelty.
US intelligence documents on Nelson Mandela made public: The Washington-based group Property of the People released the papers to mark the 100th anniversary of Mandela’s birth.
ANC Gauteng lashes out at disgruntled members: On Wednesday, the High Court in Johannesburg ruled against an application to interdict the conference due to a lack of urgency.
Suspect hands himself over to police over N Cape school shooting: A grade 10 learner was shot dead on the premises of Makgolokwe Middle School in Kuruman on Wednesday.
PSA to proceed with urgent court application against Susan Shabangu: The PSA says Sassa has failed to table any counteroffer to its demand of a wage hike of between 13 and 15%.
Tom Moyane won’t be prosecuted for assault: Cynthia Masina opened a case against the suspended Sars commissioner in June, accusing him of kicking and tackling her 17-year-old daughter.
Gauteng parents urged to accept school placement within 7 days: All parents will be notified via SMS about the outcome of their applications for the grade one and grade eight placements.
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