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Parents warned as health hazard looms
PARENTS of children who have been engrossed in the loom-band bracelet craze are urged to ensure that the bands and charms they buy are not the cheap r...
Union denies R130m has gone missing
THE SA Municipal Workers Union (Samwu) says allegations that more than R130 million is missing from its coffers are unfounded.

Instead it has lash...
Bloody attack ahead of corruption trial

AS EFF members staged an all-night vigil in Polokwane last night ahead of their commander-in-chief ’...
Church is disaster waiting to happen
THE ALLELUIA Ministries church in Lyndhurst is another “Nigerian disaster” waiting to happen.

The church opened its doors illegally as the propert...
Blue-light car victim ‘damaged for life’
THE MATRIC pupil hit by a reckless blue-light driver three years ago will probably never be able to look after himself or maintain a relationship beca...
Four held over stolen goods
FOUR men were arrested yesterday after they were caught offloading appliances worth up to R1 million.

Joburg metro police department Chief Superin...
Father’s dreams for daughter shattered by murder
ALYSSA Botha’s father’s dream was to see her compete for South Africa in the Olympics one day. At 13, Alyssa was already an athlete to be reckoned wit...
Rhino syndicate trial postponed, bail applications being heard today
COURTROOM 17 at the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court was filled to capacity yesterday as the 10 suspects alleged to be part of a rhino poaching syndicate a...
Fatal accident: journalist fails to appear in court
TELEVISION and radio sports journalist Kwena Moabelo did not pitch up at the Durban Magistrate’s Court yesterday for his first appearance on a charge ...
Teachers facing rape, corruption claims still await their fate
THE SOUTH African Council for Educators has asked the state for more cash to fast-track a backlog of over 200 cases of misconduct against teachers.
Call to ditch arms deal inquiry as waste of time
ABOUT 40 local and international civil society organisations have called for the arms deal inquiry to be closed down as a waste of time, but the commi...
Shabangu, fingered Public Works crew to be trotted to court
Minister wants missing billions paid back

CONTROVERSIAL businessman Roux Shabangu is one of the contractors the Department of Public Works i...
Mortar bomb mystery baffles investigators
It crashed through roof and cracked woman’s skull

A BRAKPAN woman suffered a cracked skull and a shoulder injury when a mortar bomb crashed ...
Appeal court confirms foreigners’ right to trade
IN A VICTORY for foreign shopowners whose businesses have been raided and closed by police in Limpopo, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) has made it c...