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Occupiers Of Old Age Home March To Civic Centre, Demand Housing

A group of about 40 backyarders and shack dwellers, part of Singabalapha (We belong here), marched from Arcadia Place to the Civic Centre on Tuesday to hand over a memorandum to Mayor Dan Plato, GroundUp reported.

They were part of a group of around 200 people who occupied the vacated …

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Meghan Cremer Murder: Accused To Remain Behind Bars Over Christmas

Three men arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Cape Town horse rider Meghan Cremer will spend their Christmas and New Year behind bars.

They appeared in the Athlone Magistrate's Court on Wednesday, where prosecutor Emily van Wyk informed them that the investigation was not yet finished.

She …

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Kanya Cekeshe: Presidential Pardon Put On Hold Pending Appeal Process

Minister of Justice Ronald Lamola has announced that the presidential pardon application of Fees Must Fall activist Kanya Cekeshe has been put on hold.

Briefing the Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services on the department's annual report on Wednesday, Lamola said he had been advised that they would have …

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Zimbabwe's 'Look East' Policy👎 Likely to Fail, Says Think Tank

While re-engagement with the West is gridlocked, Zimbabwe will seek to revive its "look East policy" of the Mugabe days.

However, not much will come out of it, global think tank The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) said.

At the turn of the millennium - when the US and EU put in …

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Zuma Has Not Paid Back Millions In Legal Fees Owed To The State

No monies have been recouped by the state from former president Jacob Zuma relating to his long-standing legal woes, the Department of Justice told News24 on Tuesday.

The state also confirmed it was not footing the former statesmen's legal bills.

The confirmation by the department came after DA leader Mmusi …

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Watch | Cop Robbed Of Gun As Protests Erupt At Cape Town Taxi Rank

A police officer has been assaulted and robbed of his firearm during protests in Cape Town city centre on Tuesday, Western Cape police have confirmed.

Taxi drivers protested on Tuesday afternoon as commuters headed to the station deck taxi rank in Cape Town, blocking roads and allegedly stirring up violence …

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#imstaying Becomes An Ngo Funded By Its Members

ImStaying, a Facebook group which seeks to "unite all South Africans", has announced that it has evolved into an NGO, raising funds to accomplish its mission.

In a statement on Monday the organisation said the move was suggested by its members "to implement a number of initiatives aimed at helping …

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