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  1. Suspended Schweizer-Reneke teacher turns to courts

    Date: 18 Jan 2019
    Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke teacher Elana Barkhuizen during a press briefing w... See full details

  2. After more than a decade, rape victim gets justice

    Date: 18 Jan 2019
    File image She had to receive a major neck surgery and still suffered from the trauma, stigma, humiliation and financial loss. A former Klerksdorp library assistant who was viciously assaul... See full details

  3. Whistleblower safety scare halts Zondo commission hearing

    Date: 18 Jan 2019
    Former Bosasa bigwig Angelo Agrizzi expressed concerns about his safety after an ex-colleague used an expired police ID to get into the venue. Concerns over the security of former Bosasa chief operating officer (COO) Angelo Agrizzi led to Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo adjourning proceedings after lunch yesterday at the Commissi... See full details

  4. Esidimeni NGOs under fire

    Date: 18 Jan 2019
    Cyril Ramaphosa authorises special probe into tragedy NEARLY 30 NGOs responsible for the deaths of 144 patients during the implementation of the Life Esidimeni project will be investigated in a move that could result in criminal prosecution. President Cyril Ramaphosa yesterday announced that he had signed a proclamation authorising... See full details

  5. Ex-cop ‘infiltrator’ forces inquiry to adjourn

    Date: 18 Jan 2019
    THE commission of inquiry into state capture was forced to adjourn early yesterday after former Bosasa chief operations officer Angelo Agrizzi identified one of the company’s security officials who entered the venue unlawfully. Agrizzi, who worked for Bosasa, now known as African Global Operations, until December 2... See full details

  6. 38 held over ‘mob’ killing

    Date: 18 Jan 2019
    Cops to quiz group over incident in which a suspect in a Hillbrow robbery was set alight POLICE have rounded up 38 people in Hillbrow for questioning over an alleged mob attack in which a robbery suspect was burnt this week. “Taking the 38 in for questioning is part of the investigation (into the Monday mob attack),” Ga... See full details

  7. Train crash baffling: Msimanga

    Date: 18 Jan 2019
    Visits grieving families of accident victims TSHWANE mayor Solly Msimanga has questioned the circumstances surrounding the death of three Soshanguve people in the Mountain View train station crash last week. Visiting both grieving families yesterday, Msimanga, accompanied by Tshwane metro police department spokesperson Senior Super... See full details

  8. I used to do some of the ‘disposing’ of people who knew ‘too much’ – Agrizzi

    Date: 17 Jan 2019
    Former Bosasa chief operations officer Angelo Agrizzi. Image: Twitter/@BDliveSA The former COO says when the bribes stopped working, those who knew too much... See full details

  9. Cash-in-transit R2.6m found stashed in ice cream containers underground

    Date: 17 Jan 2019
    Bank notes were found stashed and buried in both suspects’ yards. Limpopo police have recovered an amount of R2.6 million, believed to have been stolen by cash-in-transit security... See full details

  10. MILLIONS PAID OUT IN BRIBES

    Date: 17 Jan 2019
    &lsquo;SOE bosses, ministers were in Bosasa pocket&rsquo; FORMER Bosasa chief operations officer Angelo Agrizzi yesterday revealed shocking details of the millions of rand that the company paid to bribe employees of state-owned entities (SOEs)<img id="artObject" style="width: 100%;" src="https://i.prcdn.co/img?regionguid=c52de141-e138-442f-a542-226925082452&scale=169&file=6510... See full details

  11. Warning for firms short-changing city

    Date: 17 Jan 2019
    JOBURG has begun naming and shaming large companies that are short-changing the city through illegal water connections. Billions of rand which Johannesburg loses each year is largely due to the brazen illegal connections to services by big property developers in upmarket suburbs. This as the city has issued a ste... See full details

  12. Three alleged criminals stoned to death by Limpopo residents

    Date: 17 Jan 2019
    The men were accused by the community of a spate of criminal activities in the area.Three men were allegedly assaulted and stoned to death yesterday by angry Tshandama village residents in the Thohoyandou area of Limpopo. The men were accused by the community of a spate of criminal activities in the area. After the grim incident, Mutale police launched a search operation for the s... See full details

  13. ‘Secret’ meeting of top cops exposed as Ipid demands information

    Date: 17 Jan 2019
    &nbsp; National Police Commissioner General ... See full details

  14. Bosasa’s Agrizzi gave up life of lies, bribes, flashy cars after near-death experience

    Date: 17 Jan 2019
    Head of the corruption accused facilities management company, BOSASA, Angelo Agrizzi speaks at t... See full details

  15. Three Kruger Park rangers arrested for alleged rhino poaching

    Date: 16 Jan 2019
    An executive from the park says they are &lsquo;coming to grips with people within our ranks who are sabotaging our efforts in this campaign&rsquo;. Three rangers at the Kruger National Park have been arrested on suspicion of rhino poaching. The South African National Parks (SANPArks) has released a statement declaring the a... See full details

  16. Still no compensation for library rape victim after a decade

    Date: 16 Jan 2019
    Judges found the city to have failed dismally to provide a safe and healthy environment for the victim. A former Klerksdorp library assistant who was viciously assaulted and raped after her repeated requests for protection fell on deaf ears is still battling to get full compensation for her ordeal over a decade later. The li... See full details

  17. Bosasa CEO could make people ‘disappear’ and 5 other shocking state capture allegations

    Date: 16 Jan 2019
    Head of the corruption accused facilities management company, BOSASA, Angelo Agrizzi speaks at t... See full details

  18. Learners failed on their race

    Date: 16 Jan 2019
    Storm erupts after allegations of racist practices at another North West school ANOTHER North West school racism storm has led to results of learners at Ho&euml;rskool Stilfontein being verified following allegations that black children were failed because of their race. The Star can also reveal that the failed learners were given ... See full details

  19. ‘I’ll fight to clear my name’

    Date: 16 Jan 2019
    Solidarity aids suspended Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke teacher at centre of racism row ELANA Barkhuizen, the suspended teacher at the centre of the racism scandal which hit North West&rsquo;s Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke last week, is determined to clear her name, with the help of Solidarity, a trade union. She sai... See full details

  20. Commission into state capture set to resume

    Date: 16 Jan 2019
    AS THE Commission of Inquiry into State Capture resumes its first sitting this year, it is expected to deal with applications for hearings &ndash; but the country will only know today who will be applying to testify over the next couple of weeks. &ldquo;The hearings of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Allegations ... See full details

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