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  1. Jeppestown criminal jailed for life

    Date: 15 Apr 2019
    A MAN who went on a terror spree in Jeppestown and surrounding communities by breaking into dozens of homes and stealing, killing four people and raping two women, has been removed from society for good. Mkhululi Chonco has been handed down four life sentences and multiple years by the South Gauteng High Court for his ru... See full details

  2. Media should take care not to become part of an agenda – McBride

    Date: 14 Apr 2019
    Former IPID head Robert McBride is pictured at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture held in Parktown, 11 April 201... See full details

  3. ‘Apartheid nostalgia’ prosecutor sues Zuma over ‘vexatious’ statements – report

    Date: 12 Apr 2019
    The former president believes Billy Downer is ‘obsessed’ with him, but the advocate is having none of it. In a report in Times Select today, the online newspaper reveals that the lead prosecutor in his ongo... See full details

  4. Gordhan must answer to PP on ‘rogue unit’ allegations following Shivambu’s complaint

    Date: 12 Apr 2019
    Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan. Picture: Neil McCartney The matter was first investigated by Thuli Madonsela, who closed the case after submissio... See full details

  5. Desperate ANC is behind protests – DA leader Maimane

    Date: 12 Apr 2019
    Police are seen during a protest in Pretoria West where residents from t... See full details

  6. Market for heroin has exploded in SA – joint survey

    Date: 12 Apr 2019
    Some confiscated contraband, including small packets of heroin. Photo: Supplied Low-income communities have been hardest hit due to ‘a wel... See full details

  7. SA burns, but ANC leader Ramaphosa campaigns in Alex

    Date: 12 Apr 2019
    African National Congress president, Cyril Ramaphosa (c) addresses Alexandra... See full details

  8. Jewish Board of Deputies debate in Joburg erupts into boos for ANC

    Date: 12 Apr 2019
    Opposition party representatives lambasted the ruling party for corruption, protests, land issues and downgrading the embassy in Israel. The ANC came under universal criticism from all opposition parties during a debate on political party manifestos in Johannesburg, for allegedly instigating the violence in Alexandra and other part... See full details

  9. McBride cites rot in police’s Ipid unit

    Date: 12 Apr 2019
    Former Ipid head Robert McBride is pictured at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture held in Parktown, 11 April 201... See full details

  10. JOBURG IS SA’S ROBBERY CAPITAL

    Date: 12 Apr 2019
    Cops have plans to fight crime in these areas A cause for concern is the city’s murder rate, which has increased by 60% since 2009/10 THE STATE OF URBAN SAFETY IN SOUTH AFRICA REPORT 2018/2019 JOBURG is the robbery capital of South Africa and the most dangerous metro in Gauteng, a n... See full details

  11. Justice Zondo mulls evidence on brother

    Date: 12 Apr 2019
    PRESIDENT Cyril Ramaphosa may be forced to step in and change the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture&rsquo;s terms of reference to avoid a possible conflict of interest involving its chairperson Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo. <img id="artObject" style="width: 100%;" src="https://i.prcdn.c... See full details

  12. #TotalShutDown protests hit Tshwane as DA blames ANC

    Date: 12 Apr 2019
    RESIDENTS barricaded roads and burnt tyres in Soshanguve, Hammanskraal, Mabopane and Ga-Rankuwa as part of #TshwaneTotalShutdown. Notices circulated on social media during the morning headlined &ldquo;Save Tshwane #TotalShutdown&rdquo;, listing a wide range of reasons for the protests, which included poor service delivery. Other reas... See full details

  13. Mayoral probes: Mashaba accuses ANC of foul play

    Date: 12 Apr 2019
    THE CITY of Joburg made history by being investigated by the presidential special investigations unit, the public protector, the Hawks and the MEC of co-operative governance and traditional affairs &ndash; all at the same time, says Mayor Herman Mashaba. Speaking earlier this week, he said national and provincial governm... See full details

  14. Under fire over metro violence

    Date: 12 Apr 2019
    THE DA finds itself under immense pressure as opposition parties and trade unions demand that it accounts for the violent protests that have flared in its metros across the country. Demonstrations rocked the DA-led metro in the City of Tshwane, Pretoria, yesterday leading to lockdowns as disgruntled community members too... See full details

  15. Ramaphosa delays ruling on Jiba, Mrwebi future

    Date: 12 Apr 2019
    Report to be released to the public after pair&rsquo;s lawyers make submissions to the president SUSPENDED National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) prosecutors, advocate Nomgcobo Jiba and advocate Lawrence Mrwebi, are sitting on a ticking time bomb following President Cyril Ramaphosa&rsquo;s decision to delay the release of a report on their fitness to hold office. ... See full details

  16. Pretoria car thieves ‘going digital’, says car manufacturer

    Date: 11 Apr 2019
    Digitisation has made criminals more sophisticated, who often operate in syndicates targeting specific areas at a time.&nbsp;Car thieves are going digital and have become more sophisticated, according to experts. National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (Naamsa)&nbsp;executive director Mike Mabasa told Radio 702&rsquo;s Bongani Bingwa on Tuesda... See full details

  17. Gauteng, KZN the most corrupt provinces – Corruption Watch

    Date: 11 Apr 2019
    The largest number of reports received (22%) focused on corruption in the education sector, while complaints about the police increased to 9%. Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal are the provinces worst affected by corruption, with the education sector and police being the greatest sources of graft, according to Corruption Watch&rsquo;s 2018 ... See full details

  18. We’re not backing out of Agrizzi cross-examination – ANC

    Date: 11 Apr 2019
    The party said they noted the &lsquo;eclectic reports, which had misrepresented the party&rsquo;s position&rsquo; on their&nbsp;application to cross-examine&nbsp;Agrizzi. The ANC has clarified that they will be continuing with their application to cross-examine former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into... See full details

  19. Holomisa grilled over his ‘cartel’ claims

    Date: 11 Apr 2019
    UNITED Democratic Movement leader Bantu Holomisa was taken to task yesterday over his testimony that a &ldquo;cartel&rdquo; of politicians, civil servants, investment advisers, asset fund managers and businessmen had turned the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) into their cash cow. Holomisa was quizzed by the lawyers r... See full details

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