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Mahikeng compounds its mess

The ailing town that wasted R2-billion appoints a municipal manager rated ‘basic’, the lowest level

Zondo authorises summons for Norma Mngoma after she withdraws from testifying

Mngoma cites personal concerns about the way her ‘proposed appearance’ had been ‘handled or mishandled’

Masuku loses appeal against SIU report on Covid graft

The judge found that when news of improprieties were brought to his attention, Masuku did not take steps to urgently intervene

State rejects pyramid-schemer’s plea: ‘I stole the money, and plead guilty’

The state has rejected fraudster Roderick Cole-Edwards’ guilty plea for R11.6-million pyramid-scheme theft

New cyber scam targets property sales

Suspects appear in court on charges of fraud and forgery to intercept payments for title deed transfers and associated legal fees

The race elephant lurking in the DA’s ‘laboratory’

Tony Leon’s comments calling Mmusi Maimane an ‘experiment’ have lifted the lid on what disgruntled black leaders describe as insidious racism and a refusal to hold racists to account

Millions paid out but Bloemfontein roads give no joy

The Mangaung metro has paid R2-billion to engineering companies — R524-million to GladAfrica — but has little to show for it except congested roads and broken infrastructure

R2.3-billion VBS Mutual Bank heist trial to start soon

The state has finalised its charge sheet and is ready to prosecute the alleged bank looters

Teris Ntuthu denies suspension, despite being in meeting where he was axed

After a slew of corruption scandals, Ntuthu has been removed from his powerful position on the Eastern Cape PEC and his regional secretary role

Senseless killings of activists, including Fikile Ntshangase, were preventable – UN report

The United Nations has found that 1 323 activists were killed worldwide between 2015 and 2019

CCTV footage used to nab Mthokozisi Ntumba’s alleged killers

The cops accused of killing Mthokozisi Ntumba during the Wits student protests last week will spend another week in custody as the NPA opposes bail

Pair rob CTM of R26m over six years

The women, who worked for a firm handling the tile and bathroom retailer’s debtors, created 916 fictitious invoices

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