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Sars 'protect Me From Yourself' It Head Received R1.8m Settlement

Former SA Revenue Service (SARS) executives who were placed on precautionary suspension over allegations of misconduct were offered six-month settlements to part ways with the revenue service.

News24 has seen the settlements offered to former IT head Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane and group executive of employee relations, Luther Lebelo.

Through a mutual …

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The Da Has Been The Most Difficult Coalition Partner - Herman Mashaba

Pulling no punches as he stepped down, outgoing DA mayor Herman Mashaba said the DA has been the most difficult coalition partner in the City of Johannesburg.

Mashaba's anticipated resignation came on the back of the election of Helen Zille as DA federal council chairperson this weekend.

He held a …

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Another Scorcher Expected For Gauteng As Heatwave Peaks

Residents of Gauteng and other surrounding inland provinces should brace themselves for a scorcher as the heatwave that has plagued the area since the weekend is expected to peak on Monday afternoon.

Temperatures are expected to soar to 37°C in Pretoria, 35°C in Johannesburg and 38°C in …

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Omotoso Heads To Constitutional Court After Sca Denies Leave To Appeal Bid

Rape-accused pastor Timothy Omotoso and his co-accused, Lusanda Sulani and Zukiswa Sitho, will be heading to the Constitutional Court after they lost their bid to appeal Judge Irma Schoeman's dismissal of their application for the exclusion of international charges against them.

On Monday, the Eastern Cape High Court in Port …

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Johannesburg Mayor👔 Quits Over Party's Approach to Racial Inequality😯

The mayor of South Africa's biggest city Johannesburg resigned on Monday, saying he was stepping down from the main opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) over the party's approach to racial inequality.

"I cannot reconcile myself with a group of people who believe that race is irrelevant in the discussion of inequality …

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Biker Caught Riding144km/h In A 60km/h Zone In Gauteng

A motorcyclist has been caught riding more than double the required speed in a residential area in Gauteng.

Ekurhuleni Metro Police Department spokesperson Kobeli Mokheseng said the man, aged 25, was caught doing 144km/h in a 60km/h zone in Alberton on Saturday.

Mokheseng added the man, who was …

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Mashaba To Brief The Media Amid Resignation Speculation

City of Johannesburg mayor, Herman Mashaba is expected to tell the nation whether he is staying put or resigning as the city's number one resident.

Mashaba has called a press briefing where he will outline if he will continue leading the City which is governed by the DA in coalition …

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More Than 800 Suspects Arrested For Various Crimes In Gauteng

More than 800 suspects have been arrested for various crimes across Gauteng, including the murder of a couple in their 80s.

Police have also recovered 12 firearms during routine and stop-and-search operations in various parts of the province.

The bulk of the arrested persons were apprehended in the Ekurhuleni and …

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Eskom: No Loadshedding For Monday, Rest Of The Week

Despite a constrained and vulnerable power system, no loadshedding is expected on Monday and the probability of further power cuts remains low for the rest of the week, says Eskom.

Eskom said in a statement that the system's improvement was largely as a result of several units being returned to …

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