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Security clearance showdown as Arthur Fraser and IGI face off in court

The legal action will go ahead despite Fraser being transferred from his position as State Security Agency director general

Mabuza: The ANC heard Skweyiya’s call for organisational renewal

The deputy president paid tribute to the stalwart in Pretoria on Wednesday

CCMA intervenes in nationwide bus strike

Two days have been set aside for talks as the CCMA intervenes in the nationwide bus strike

Break-in at Hawks office in Cape Town

​The Hawks have confirmed that their offices in Bellville, Cape Town, were broken into

Following pit toilet death, Education department to implement sanitation audit

Some schools in the Eastern Cape, which have no sanitation at all, would be addressed with urgency

ANC looks for security a ‘firepool’ at De Lille’s home

ANC members peaked over the mayor's wall searching for Nkandla-like security upgrades, but there is a R251 075 difference between the two accounts.

UCT test concession for Rocking the Daisies festival is ‘parade of white privilege’

Questions have been raised over the decision by a UCT philosophy lecturer to allow students to miss a test

Update: 4 arrests after Philippi shootings left 11 dead

A special team of police detectives on Sunday continued with their investigation into the mass shooting of 11 people in Philippi, Cape Town.

#lionmama raises funds for woman who stabbed daughter’s rapists

She was charged with murder and attempted murder, but South Africans are pitching in to fund the 'lionmama's' legal fees.

CPUT workshop petrol bombed, exams disrupted during protests

Stun grenades were fired to disperse protesting students who were unhappy with the insourcing process and the suspension of four students.

Companies tribunal to hear case on SAA chair Dudu Myeni

The tribunal is on Monday set to hold a hearing on whether Dudu Myeni acted in a delinquent manner in her capacity as director of the SAA board.

Teargas, stun grenades used to disperse protesters in Diepkloof

Gauteng police on Wednesday used teargas and stun grenades to disperse protesters who were blocking several roads in Diepkloof, Soweto.

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