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Hackers aided by users of online banking
Many people fail to be proactive about protecting themselves

USING the same password for a long period to access your online banking can inc...
‘Watch children’s online activity’
PARENTS must supervise their children better and monitor their online activity to ensure their safety.

So said Major-General Yvonne Botsheleng, th...
Mamelodi bus violence turns ugly
Violence has again erupted in Mamelodi east of Pretoria this morning in the ongoing strife between taxi operators and bus services, with shots being f...
Lazarus, Barnard deny theft, fraud
The former financial head of the police’s Crime Intelligence Unit Solly Lazarus and the former head of procurement Hein Barnard have pleaded not guilt...
City Power snubs Concourt
It ignored order to absorb 41 workers left destitute

JUST three years ago, Solomon Lethuba earned a decent living manufacturing, supplying, ...
‘E-toll tariff dispensation shows Sanral’s desperation’
THE new e-toll tariffs kicked in yesterday, but only about 7 percent of freeway users will benefit from the new rates, according to opponents of the s...
FF+ to approach UN body over farm murders
AFRIKAANS right-wing party, the Freedom Front Plus (FF+), has approached the UN Human Rights Commission in a bid to force the ANC to deal with farm mu...
Suspension looms for school-rape principal
THE PRINCIPAL of Kutumela Molefi Primary School in the Lethabong informal settlement in Pretoria has been given seven days in which to explain why he ...
Woman is rescued from old mineshaft
Paramedics stabilise victim after 15-metre fall

A WOMAN sustained serious injuries, including fractures to her legs, when she fell down an i...
Vindicated brigadier challenges SAPS over testimony
AN SAPS brigadier, seemingly vindicated on charges of fraud against her, is now challenging an attempt by the State to have her testify against a coll...
‘Problems in SAPS go much deeper than firing Phiyega’
FIRING national police commissioner Riah Phiyega over the Marikana killings will not in itself address the complex problems facing the national police...
Victory for labour brokers and their clients
LABOUR brokers have secured a major win exempting them from new labour law amendments, which force employers to hire temporary staff permanently after...
DG fired after two-year suspension
THE TOP official who supervised the Limpopo government at the time it was declared bankrupt in 2011 has been fired.

Director-general Rachel Molepo...
Suspended officials cost Limpopo R15m
Months away from work on full pay, but no hearings

THE LIMPOPO government continues to spend millions of taxpayer rand on the salaries of hi...