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Miranda Andrew

Zuma, Malema creating racial divisions, says Zille

President Jacob Zuma and ANCYL leader Julius Malema are creating racial divisions in South Africa, DA leader Helen Zille said on Monday.

Judge fumes, postpones Terre’Blanche trial to October

The judge presiding over the Eugene Terre'Blanche murder trial on Tuesday said he was "not impressed" with how the case had been handled.

Attorney says he’s ready for Terre’Blanche trial

The new attorney for Chris Mahlangu -- accused along with a minor of killing Eugene Terre'Blanche -- on Monday told the court he was ready to proceed.

Kempton Park shooting: Cop denied bail

Bail was on Wednesday refused to a Kempton Park policeman accused of shooting dead a woman outside the local police station.

Murder-accused cop may be unstable, court hears

A policeman accused of shooting dead a woman at a police station last week may be mentally unstable, a court heard on Thursday.

ET case may be delayed again

The Eugene Terre'Blanche murder trial may be delayed on Tuesday because one of the accused has a new attorney.

Election lists will be probed, says Zuma

ANC president Jacob Zuma has promised to remove non-preferred candidates from lists after the local government elections.

Mantashe: Media out to smear ANC

The media is on a campaign to smear the names of ANC members during election time, the party's secretary-general Gwede Mantashe said on Sunday.

Ficksburg protesters torch buildings

Two municipal buildings in Ficksburg were set alight by rioters on Thursday after the killing of a man allegedly by the police.

Ficksburg killing ‘a deplorable and desperate act’

The killing of a man during a protest in Ficksburg -- allegedly at the hands of the police -- was widely condemned on Thursday.

Police deny knowing secret report was faked

SAPS said on Thursday they have no knowledge of the veracity and sale of a report alleging ANC members were plotting to oust the president.

SAPS distances itself from secret report

The SAPS has distanced itself from a secret intelligence report that allegedly revealed plots to oust President Jacob Zuma as the ANC president.

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