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  1. Ramaphosa roasted after ‘tone-deaf’ Eskom letter

    Date: 09 Dec 2019
    The president visited Medupi for the first time, calling it a &lsquo;fitting symbol of the importance of our state-owned enterprises&rsquo;. <article class="stream-item js-stream-item is-draggable is-actionable " data-key="1203958792314064896" data-account-... See full details

  2. David Mabuza’s ‘hit list’ accuser nabbed on fresh perjury charge – report

    Date: 09 Dec 2019
    The woman was arrested on Friday and is expected to appear in court on Monday. A woman who wrote an affidavit alleging that she stumbled on a hit list dossier with businessman Fred Daniel&rsquo;s name on it last year while cleaning deputy president David Mabuza&rsquo;s house in Johannesburg has been arrested for perjury. Pet... See full details

  3. Panayiotou’s father fatally shot in hijacking

    Date: 09 Dec 2019
    Christopher Panayiotou's... See full details

  4. Eroding of routes triggering taxi war

    Date: 04 Dec 2019
    DWINDLING routes are at the centre of an all-out bloody taxi war that has killed five people in just three days. An industry insider said rival associations were sending out hitmen to take each other out in the escalating fight for routes. He accused the long-distance drivers of &ldquo;stealing&rdquo; the customers of lo... See full details

  5. Dept must act against coal mines polluting water – CER

    Date: 04 Dec 2019
    By failing to ensure &lsquo;coal mining companies do not commit such environmental crimes&rsquo;, the dept of water &lsquo;was violating people&rsquo;s basic human right of access to quality water&rsquo;. The department of water and sanitation&rsquo;s failure to ensure coal mining companies comply with water use licences could poten... See full details

  6. Outrage over racist killing by farmer

    Date: 03 Dec 2019
    Videos of racially-fuelled incident go viral as ranting assailant is shot dead by police THE racially-fuelled murder of Anele Hoyana by an East London farmer has sparked national outrage after video footage of some of the shocking abuse went viral on social media. Fritz Joubert, 45, repeatedly beat Hoyana, 40, ... See full details

  7. Deal to smooth over Zumas’ eviction

    Date: 03 Dec 2019
    LITIGATION brought in a bid to evict former president Jacob Zuma&rsquo;s family from their posh rented home in Forest Town, Johannesburg, looks set to be settled out of court. Businesswoman and ANC MP Zephrona Sizani Dubazana dragged the Zumas to the South Gauteng High Court, Johannesburg, in her attempt to repossess the... See full details

  8. White terrorism plot foiled

    Date: 02 Dec 2019
    Hawks pounce on supremacist National Christian Resistance Movement leader who called for a &lsquo;black genocide&rsquo; A CRACKDOWN on a terror group that planned a &ldquo;black genocide&rdquo; has revealed how it used social media to recruit members. Harry Johannes Knoesen, the leader of the extremist National... See full details

  9. Cleaner alleges she was raped four times by senior police officer – report

    Date: 02 Dec 2019
    The complainant alleges that she was raped once at the cop&rsquo;s home, twice at her home and once at the police station. A senior police officer has been accused of raping a cleaner several times since 2017. SowetanLiv... See full details

  10. Tshwane city manager will go to jail if he doesn’t reinstate suspended official

    Date: 02 Dec 2019
    <img class="img-responsive" src="https://citizen.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/twusngmrdgtdizkvrtiw.jpg" alt="Tshwane city manager will go to ja... See full details

  11. Farmer who killed traditional healer and held his children hostage shot dead

    Date: 02 Dec 2019
    <img class="img-responsive" src="https://citizen.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/fritz-joubert-393x418.jpg" alt="Farmer who killed traditional healer and held h... See full details

  12. Home Affairs finalises Border Management Bill to deal with breaches

    Date: 02 Dec 2019
    The department will increase capacity at ports from December 4 to January 13, 2020 to ensure smooth movement for travellers over the festive season. The Home Affairs Department will soon be finalising the Border Management Authority (BMA) Bill which will deal with security breaches at neighbouring border posts. Speaking at a... See full details

  13. Private prison in Bloem has minister ‘concerned’ after allegations of torture

    Date: 02 Dec 2019
    Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola has expressed concern after learning of &lsquo;disturbing allegations&rsquo; of torture of inmates at the Free State&rsquo;s Mangaung Correctional Centre. This comes in the wake of the Centre for Applied Legal Studies (Cals) today filing an application before the High Court in... See full details

  14. Rightwing mall terror plot foiled

    Date: 28 Nov 2019
    Tip-off prompts rapid response from Hawks to contain right-wing threat THE Hawks were forced to make a rapid arrest this week after they received information that the leader of a right-wing Christian organisation was about to launch a terror campaign targeting shopping malls and informal settlements. On Thursday, as South Af... See full details

  15. Bosasa assets to go under hammer

    Date: 27 Nov 2019
    Predicted three-day auction will raise R65m LINDELA Repatriation Centre and other Bosasa assets are to go under the hammer at what has been dubbed the &ldquo;biggest auction of the decade&rdquo;. Last week, the Gupta-owned home in Saxonwold, Joburg, was auctioned off for R2.6 million. Next week, the auc... See full details

  16. Vehicle contract hits barrier

    Date: 27 Nov 2019
    THE contentious R1.2 billion Johannesburg fleet tender has mired the city in a legal wrangle after another R270 million vehicle-leasing contract the city wants to enter into. Afrirent, the company that received a 30-month, R1.2bn contract last year to supply more than 2 700 vehicles, sent a stinging lawyer&rsquo;s letter... See full details

  17. Top Limpopo official could face suspension for alleged fraud

    Date: 27 Nov 2019
    Head of the public works department in Limpopo, Timothy Seroka, allegedly claimed petrol money for a a Mercedes Benz ML 350, when he used a Renault Sandero 1.4. Limpopo Premier Stan Mathabatha is expected to act against a prominent official this week, in a move to prove his commitment to stamping out graft. Head of the depar... See full details

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