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Krejcir co-accused assaulted in custody, says lawyer

One of the men accused of kidnapping, assault and attempted murder with Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir, says he was assaulted while in police custody.

Mandela funeral: Security, privacy for family is prioritised, says Peters

Unlike the memorial service for Nelson Mandela, the former president's funeral will offer more privacy for his family, says Minister Dipuo Peters.

Massmart chief: Consumer spending slowing down

Massmart chief executive Grant Pattison says consumer spending has stagnated, while debt levels have increased.

Pistorius family hires American forensic team

Forensic investigators from the US will assist murder-accused Oscar Pistorius with his trial.

Arms commission: Hawks, Gripen planes ‘met requirements’

The Hawks and Gripen aircraft acquired through the arms deal have proven highly deployable and adaptable, the Seriti commission of inquiry has heard.

Vodacom, Makate wait for ‘Please Call Me’ judgment

Nkosana Makate is now waiting on judgment after his case against his former employer over the invention of its Please Call Me service closed.

Security remains tight as Madiba spends eighth day in hospital

It was quiet outside a Pretoria hospital where former president Nelson Mandela spent another day receiving treatment for a recurring lung infection.

Farlam questions Phiyega on differing statements

Police chief Riah Phiyega has been questioned at the Farlam commission of inquiry about two differing statements she made after the Marikana shooting.

State’s forensic experts bid denied in Carl Pistorius case

The state has been denied the option of calling new forensic experts in a culpable homicide case against Paralympian Oscar Pistorius's brother Carl.

Farlam commission: Phiyega stands by self-defence statement

National Police Chief Riah Phiyega has stuck to her stance that police acted in self-defence when they shot dead 34 striking mineworkers at Marikana.

Marikana shooting was ‘regrettable’, says Phiyega

The shooting at Marikana in August was regrettable, National Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega has told the Farlam commission of inquiry.

Henry Okah given guilty verdict for Abuja car bombings

Nigerian terrorist Henry Okah has been found guilty of masterminding two car bombings in Abuja in October last year, by the South Gauteng High Court.

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