ANC leader in 'votes for cash' scandal

Marius Fransman, the leader of the ANC in the Western Cape, has been implicated in an embarrassing, and failed, "votes for cash" scandal.

Eugene De Kock offered a home in Namibia

Apartheid assassin Eugene de Kock has been offered a home in remote northern Namibia - where he led operations that killed hundreds of Swapo fighters.

Marli van Breda survivor of vicious Stellenbosch attack is stable and recovering

Marli van Breda, who survived an attack on her family in Stellenbosch, during which her parents and a brother were killed, is in a stable condition in hospital, the family said on Sunday.

Police take surviving son to family murder crime scene

One of the only two survivors of Tuesday's brutal murder in the Stellenbosch winelands was taken back to the crime scene on Friday, but police would not say why.

New parliamentary rules aimed at preventing EFF interruptions unlikely before SONA

It is highly unlikely that new parliamentary rules aimed at preventing Economic Freedom Fighters MPs from interrupting President Jacob Zuma during next week's state-of-the-nation address will be introduced in time.

Mbeki questions Selebi investigation

Former president Thabo Mbeki publicly questioned the National Prosecuting Authority's investigation of former police commissioner Jackie Selebi, according to a media report.

Top Billing's Mhere dies in crash

Police are investigating two cases of culpable homicide after Top Billing presenter Simba Mhere and a friend were killed in a car accident in Johannesburg early yesterday.

Daughter of Whitney Houston found in an eerie echo state of unconsciousness

The daughter of late singer Whitney Houston was pulled unconscious from her bathtub Saturday at her Georgia home, in an eerie echo of her mother's tragic death three years ago.

Township wars - the myth and mayhem

Carwash owner Nathi Mbatha says it is a "sad thing" that both government and fellow South Africans are "quick to refer to us as cry babies and incompetent business people" outclassed by foreigners who are simply working harder.

Curro share shrugs off racism furore

Claims of racial segregation at a Curro school in Pretoria are a "storm in a teacup" and the work of parents trying to "score political points", according to Jannie Mouton, the chairman of PSG, the listed education company's largest shareholder.

Thirteen people injured in KZN crash

Thirteen people were injured when a minibus taxi drove into a truck on the N2 near Port Shepstone, paramedics said on Sunday.

Phiyega appoints new Mpumalanga commissioner

National Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega on Sunday announced the appointment of the new Mpumalanga police commissioner.

Tik worth R51 300 seized in Kuils River

Tik with an estimated street value of R51,3000 was seized along with other drugs in Kuils River, near Cape Town, Western Cape police said on Sunday.

SA, Sudan ministries join forces to promote political, economic and social relations

South Africa's international relations ministry will work with their Sudanese counterparts in order to finalise an agreement for co-operation in a number of fields, President Jacob Zuma said in Khartoum.

Nxasana inquiry a 'witch-hunt': DA

An inquiry into National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) head Mxolisi Nxasana's is a "witch-hunt", the DA claimed on Sunday.

Only essential services for Malamulele

Only essential services will run in Malamulele next week, Limpopo police said on Sunday.

Presidency invites inputs and suggestions for SONA via social media

The presidency on Sunday called on South Africans to have their say about what should be included in President Jacob Zuma's state-of-the-nation address (Sona) scheduled for later this month.

ANC Western Cape denies 'votes for cash' scandal

A report that ANC Western Cape chairman Marius Fransman has been implicated in a "votes for cash" scandal is a fabricated allegation, the party in the province said on Sunday.

Thousands of teachers to take a day off

Thousands of maths teachers are to be taken out of the classroom for one day each week for "intensive training".

Where in the world is Vlakplaas commander Eugene de Kock: reports

Speculation was rife on Sunday as various newspapers carried reports about where recently paroled former apartheid assassin Eugene De Kock might be.

Six cops arrested in three provinces

Six police officers, from three different provinces, have been arrested for various crimes, the Hawks said on Sunday.
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