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  1. ‘SA can cope’ with coronavirus – Chinese ambassador

    Date: 19 Feb 2020
    <img class="img-responsive" src="https://citizen.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/49552340907_7fd391a450_k-626x418.jpg" alt="&lsquo;SA can cope&rsquo; with coronavirus &ndash; Chinese ambassador" ... See full details

  2. ‘Swindling blacks out of homes’

    Date: 18 Feb 2020
    Irate client accuses Nedbank of racist practices NEDBANK has lost the first round in a R2 million David versus Goliath case, where the bank is accused of racism when dealing with black mortgage-bond holders. Thina Bambeni is suing Nedbank for R2m for loss of earnings after she was forced to sell her Kempton Par... See full details

  3. Rhino poacher sentenced to 24 years’ imprisonment on multiple charges

    Date: 18 Feb 2020
    <img class="img-responsive" src="https://citizen.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/rhino-poaching-horns.jpg" alt="Rhino poacher sentenced to 24 years&rsquo; imprisonment o... See full details

  4. Sars ‘rogue unit’ accused mull civil action

    Date: 18 Feb 2020
    Former SARS officials... See full details

  5. Lesufi confirms that about 100 pupils ‘poisoned by cakes’ in Soweto

    Date: 15 Feb 2020
    The cake seller was arrested and a number of high school pupils had to stay in hospital overnight. The Gauteng department of education&rsquo;s apparently horrific start to the year continued on Friday with news that &ldquo;about 100 learners&rdquo; from Braamfischerville in Soweto were poisoned after eating cakes. The Ikusas... See full details

  6. EMBARRASSMENT

    Date: 15 Feb 2020
    Parties call for strong action to be taken against the red berets after they hold up the president&rsquo;s address for an hour POLITICAL parties have called for stern action against the EFF after it disrupted the State of the Nation address (Sona) last night. <span id="artObjectWrap" class="art-object art-mainimag... See full details

  7. ALL EYES ON RAMAPHOSA

    Date: 13 Feb 2020
    President not fazed by EFF threat, but faces challenge to win over SA with Sona that delivers ALL eyes will be on President Cyril Ramaphosa when he delivers his State of the Nation Address today. <img id="artObject" style="width: 100%;" src="https://i.prcdn.co/img?regionguid=127a49b5-c88b-4992... See full details

  8. Nigerian v Nigerian ends in death as police watch

    Date: 13 Feb 2020
    THE brutal murder of a Nigerian man who was struck on his forehead with a brick has left many stunned as the callous act was carried out in full view of at least two police officers who had been trying to calm the situation. The suspect, also a Nigerian man, appeared before the Kempton Park Magistrate&rsquo;s Court yeste... See full details

  9. SONA SHOWDOWN

    Date: 12 Feb 2020
    A SHOWDOWN is on the cards between Parliament&rsquo;s presiding officers and the EFF tomorrow over the threats by the latter to disrupt the State of the Nation Address (Sona). <img id="artObject" style="width: 100%;" src="https://i.prcdn.co... See full details

  10. Cogta, DWS select committee wants action on missing Bojanala R84m

    Date: 12 Feb 2020
    R134 million was deposited by error into the Bojanala district municipality&rsquo;s account on 4 March 2019, after which R84 million disappeared. The Select Committee on Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta), and Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) instructed the North West provincial government and the Bojanal... See full details

  11. Man gets 20 years for killing the mother of his child

    Date: 12 Feb 2020
    The court heard that the man killed his former lover following a heated argument over their breakup. A 29-year-old man was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment after he pleaded guilty to the murder of the mother of his four-year-old child. Jabulane Vusi Mhaule was sentenced on Thursday at the Mpumalanga High Court for the June... See full details

  12. Road Accident Fund official gets R5K bail in corruption case

    Date: 12 Feb 2020
    The Hawks say the official solicited a bribe from a claimant so that she could fast-track the processing and authorisation of a R2.7 million claim. A Road Accident Fund (RAF) official in KwaZulu-Natal was granted R5,000 bail after appearing in court on a charge of corruption. The Hawk&rsquo;s Andrea Naicker said the official... See full details

  13. Africa on high alert for corona outbreak

    Date: 11 Feb 2020
    Continent gears up for possible cases of virus ALTHOUGH no cases of the deadly coronavirus have been detected in Africa, the continent remains on high alert. In the wake of the outbreak, several international airports across the continent introduced screenings and Mauritius introduced a mandatory quarantine on ... See full details

  14. ‘Devastating’ blow for Eskom

    Date: 11 Feb 2020
    THE South African courts are not equipped to deal with disputes between the country&rsquo;s national energy regulator and electricity providers such as Eskom over appropriate electricity tariff increases. This was the ruling made by North Gauteng High Court Judge Jody Kollapen yesterday following an urgent application by... See full details

  15. Batohi could face court action for withdrawing charges against ‘rogue unit’ trio

    Date: 10 Feb 2020
    The trio was accused of establishing an illegal unit within SARS to spy on taxpayers, including the Scorpions in 2007. National Director of Public Prosecutions Shamila Batohi&rsquo;s decision to withdraw charges against three former senior South African Revenue Service officials has sparked a national row and could face court action... See full details

  16. Centre hails ruling regarding ‘torture’ of Mangaung inmates as victory

    Date: 10 Feb 2020
    The minister has expressed concern to learn of &lsquo;disturbing allegations&rsquo; of torture of inmates at the correctional centre. The Centre for Applied Legal Studies (Cals) has hailed as &ldquo;a victory for the right of access to information&rdquo; a judgment handed down last week by the High Court in Pretoria, forcing the dep... See full details

  17. Busi fights to keep her job (part 1)

    Date: 08 Feb 2020
    Mkhwebane seeks interdicts from high court PUBLIC Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has taken her fight to stop the parliamentary process to remove her from office to the Western Cape High Court, in Cape Town. Court papers show that her application will be two-fold, starting with an application to interdict the process and then review the newly adopted rules. <p... See full details

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