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Meggan Saville

Three SA government websites hacked

A hacker has claimed responsibility for disrupting three South African government websites.

Lenasia: Demolition reprieve extended

The High Court in Johannesburg has extended an order halting the demolition of houses in Lenasia Extension 13.

Hawks suspends Polela ‘after rape tweet’

Newspaper reports say Hawks spokesperson McIntosh Polela has been suspended three weeks after tweeting a controversial reference to prison rape.

Army union: Malema is doing what Zuma should have done

The SA National Defence Union says it's not surprising soldiers invited Malema to visit them - this after military bases were placed on "high alert".

More focus on victims to combat sexual crimes

Focusing on the victims of sexual crimes would help to combat and prevent further violence against women and children, says NDPP acting head deputy.

Shivambu apologises to journalist he called ‘white bitch’

Suspended ANCYL spokesperson Floyd Shivambu has apologised to journalist Carien Du Plessis after a settlement was reached in a case against him.

New labour Bill to curb illegal strikes

The labour department says high levels of illegal strikes in South Africa will be addressed through amendments to labour law which includes ballots.

DA tries to keep politics out of Kya Sand protest

The Democratic Alliance says it wants to keep politics out the Kya Sand protests, which might have been renewed because of housing problems.

ANC misses out on Polokwane by-election

A DA by-election victory in Limpopo this week was a blow for the ANC but it would take decades to unseat the party in the province.

ANC Women’s League march for rights

The ANC Women's League handed over a memorandum demanding a renewed commitment to women's rights from government.

Donovan Moodley applies for retrial

Arguments have begun in the application of the retrial of Donovan Moodley -- the man convicted of kidnapping and murdering Leigh Matthews.

Setas must fight corruption, says Nzimande

Tackling corruption, accountability and accessibility would improve the public's "generally negative" perception of Setas.

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