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Jenna Etheridge

Jenna Etheridge

    SCA finds Oscar Pistorius guilty of murder
    SCA finds Oscar Pistorius guilty of murder
    The Supreme Court of Appeal has replaced Oscar Pistorius's culpable homicide conviction with murder.
    Motsoeneng summoned to SABC disciplinary hearing
    Motsoeneng summoned to SABC disciplinary hearing
    The SABC has initiated disciplinary action against chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng and given him notice to attend a hearing at month end.
    Adult colouring books fly off the shelves
    Adult colouring books fly off the shelves
    First it was baking, then knitting. Now the colouring in craze has hit SA, with addicts claiming it helps with anything from stress to concentration.
    Signal jamming in Parly must be declared unlawful - media houses
    Signal jamming in Parly must be declared unlawful - media houses
    Media houses want the Western Cape High Court to declare it was unlawful to use a signal jamming device during the Sona in February.
    Dewani 'perfectionist, calculated and controlling'- defence
    Dewani 'perfectionist, calculated and controlling'- defence
    Shrien Dewani's defence cross-examines Anni Dewani's cousin, Sneha Mashru, about her testimony to British police after the fatal hijacking in 2010.
    Zille likens Lwandle inquiry to a 'hit squad'
    Zille likens Lwandle inquiry to a 'hit squad'
    DA leader Helen Zille has questioned why committees were not set up to probe evictions of illegal shack dwellers in other provinces.
    Dewani to undergo mental observation at Cape Town hospital
    Dewani to undergo mental observation at Cape Town hospital
    Following a court order, the mental health of Shrien Dewani, who is accused of killing his wife, will be officially observed at Valkenberg Hospital.
    Lwandle evictees still without land
    Lwandle evictees still without land
    The human settlements ministry says no decision has been made yet on where evicted shack dwellers will be moved to in Cape Town.
    UCT admissions: Race will still be considered
    UCT admissions: Race will still be considered
    UCT says race will still be considered in a proposed student admissions policy but only as one of many other factors to determine disadvantage.
    Amcu mediator: Platinum companies may have avoided tax
    Amcu mediator: Platinum companies may have avoided tax
    A negotiator says the firms involved in a dispute with the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union may be guilty of tax and wage evasion.
    Western Cape keeps Zille on as premier
    Western Cape keeps Zille on as premier
    Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille has been re-elected as the premier of the Western Cape with 27 votes against the ANC's 14.