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Dros rape accused to go on trial in September

The trial will be held in the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria and is expected to run from September 9 to 20.

#DrosRape: Accused declared fit to stand trial

The State said they obtained a psychological report as well as a psychiatric report that the accused can stand trial

Solly Msimanga officially resigns

Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga has officially resigned. Msimanga announced he would be resigning as Tshwane mayor two weeks ago, saying he wanted to focus on his...

Red berets hit back at Gordhan with charges of their own

The EFF announced a criminal case will be opened against Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan

Gordhan lays criminal charges against Malema

Last week, the EFF leader launched a scathing attack on Pravin Gordhan outside the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture

High Court rules in favour of Xolobeni community in historic mining rights case

The Amadiba Crisis Committee launched a court battle against the department of mineral resources and TEM over mining rights earlier this year

Court prevents Eskom from cutting off Musina’s electricity

The Musina municipality has defaulted on its payments to Eskom

Bosasa saga: ‘The President didn’t declare it because it’s dirty money’ — Maimane

The president backtracked on a response he gave before the National Assembly about the payment from Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson

Ramaphosa must admit he lied to Parliament — Malema

Ramaphosa ​backtracked on a response he gave before the National Assembly 11 days ago about the payment from Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson

More than 230 cash-in-transit heist suspects arrested since April — Cele

Police are cracking down on cash-in-transit heists, Police Minister Bheki Cele said on Tuesday

Two cops arrested over TUT student’s shooting death

Katlego Monareng was shot dead during student representative council elections at the Soshanguve campus in August

Internet access has become a human right, data inquiry hears

Media Monitoring Africa suggested several solutions including free access to the internet at all government sites such as schools and libraries

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