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Shots fired at Tshwane protesters

Security guards have allegedly shot one of the men protesting against the ill treatment of vendors at the hands of the Tshwane Metro police.

Pretoria hawkers protest against alleged abuse by police

More than 100 hawkers have gathered in Pretoria, protesting against alleged abuse by the Tshwane Metro police.

Manuel rejects reports about arms deal problems

Concluding his evidence, former finance Trevor Manuel has rejected claims he said there were issues with the arms deal that wouldn't be uncovered.

Senior cop questioned about involvement in Marikana strike

The SAPS has quizzed Lieutenant Colonel Salmon Vermaak about an episode where he instructed a junior police officer to fire at a protester in 2012.

‘We have done well’ – Zuma on 20 years of democracy

While addressing a crowd at South Africa's annual Freedom Day celebrations at the Union Buildings, President Jacob Zuma has sung government's praises.

Marikana commission: Farlam to rule on police witness Mr X

Marikana commission chairperson Ian Farlam says his decision on allowing Mr X to testify in camera will be made public on Tuesday.

Mpofu threatens to expose Marikana witness Mr X

The laywer says the SAPS must show that Mr X's life is in danger, otherwise he has a duty to inform his clients of the man's identity.

EFF: Opposition parties will act against Tlakula

EFF leader Julius Malema says opposition parties will initiate legal proceedings against the IEC if chairperson Pansy Tlakula does not resign.

SA explains Rwandan diplomats’ expulsion

Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane says proper procedures were followed earlier this month when South Africa expelled three Rwandan diplomats.

Marikana inquiry: Cops apply for in-camera testimony

The police have submitted an application for a witness dubbed Mr X to testify in-camera at the Farlam commission of inquiry.

Pistorius, witnesses’ evidence not to be broadcast

Media houses will be allowed full audio broadcasts of the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius but only partial television broadcasts will be permitted.

NUM warns of looming illegal mining disaster

The National Union of Mineworkers has said a major tragedy is looming if government does not curb the thriving illegal mining industy.

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