Sentencing Of Richard Mdluli For Kidnapping, Assault Postponed For 6 Weeks

Sentencing proceedings of former crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli and his co-accused Mthembeni Mthunzi were postponed to November 7 and 8 in the Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg on Thursday.

The court is still waiting for two reports to be handed in, the prosecution said.

The case has been ongoing …

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Tender Comrades Part 1: Trailing The Juju Tractor

A tractor the EFF “donated” to supporters in Limpopo; the implausibility of an earlier alibi for payments to Julius Malema-linked Mahuna Investments; and a newly-revealed payment to another Malema company – the evidence is stacking up that the party and its leader took kickbacks from a massive City of Johannesburg contract …

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Woman, 77, Dies In Cape Town House Blaze

An elderly woman died when a house went up in flames just after midnight on Thursday in Mitchells Plain, Cape Town.

Fire services were called to a house fire in Orchid Street, Lentegeur just after 00:40.

A City of Cape Town fire and rescue vehicle and 14 staff members …

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Murdered Cape Town Cop's Daughter Hopes To Join The Service

Her father died in the line of duty, but murdered Warrant Officer Hilton Joseph's daughter still intends to follow in his footsteps by joining the police.

Hillary Joseph, 19, smiled shyly as Police Minister Bheki Cele addressed her as "constable" at her father's memorial service on Thursday.

Joseph was killed …

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Time For Talk Is Over, Says Ramaphosa On Gbv And Xenophobia

The government will reallocate R1.1bn in additional funding this financial year to dispel the "dark and heavy shadow" of gender-based violence that has been cast across the country, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Wednesday.

He was addressing members of the National Assembly and National Council of Provinces after he …

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Thursday's Weather: Scorching Conditions Over Central Interior

Extremely high temperatures are expected over the central and northern interior on Thursday.

Extremely high fire danger conditions are expected over the western parts of the Free State, North West, Northern Cape, northern parts of the Eastern Cape, West Coast district, Cape Winelands and Central Karoo of the Western Cape …

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Anc's R100m Bill For Election Posters Under Investigation - Mabe

The ANC has launched an investigation after receiving an invoice for over R100m from a company for 35 000 elections posters, which the ruling party allegedly didn’t authorise.

According to a statement published on Wednesday, the ANC’s treasurer general, Paul Mashatile, was not aware of this transaction until …

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