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Penelope Kgohloane

Penelope Kgohloane

    Former spy boss tells court of humiliation
    Former spy boss tells court of humiliation
    Former spy boss Billy Masetlha on Tuesday described how he went though a period of humiliation and victimisation while trying to get access to the...
    Alcohol consumption on the rise in Africa, seminar hears
    Alcohol consumption on the rise in Africa, seminar hears
    As Africa's economies grow, the production of alcohol, along with consumption of the substance, will increase, it was said at a seminar on alcohol...
    Baby-killer accused withdraw bail applications
    Baby-killer accused withdraw bail applications
    Three women who confessed to the killing of a baby and burying the body in a yard abandoned their bail applications in court on Wednesday.
    Mother arrested for drowning baby
    Mother arrested for drowning baby
    Forensic experts exhumed a baby on Tuesday who was drowned and buried in a yard -- allegedly by her mother -- last year, Pretoria police said.
    'Fish SMS' proves a hit in SA
    'Fish SMS' proves a hit in SA
    South Africans have taken the bait for the FishMS line that can tell you whether the fish you are about to eat is in plentiful supply or illegal, a...
    Sheldean murder case transferred to high court
    Sheldean murder case transferred to high court
    Andrew Jordaan, the man accused of murdering seven-year-old Sheldean Human, appeared briefly in the Pretoria Regional Court on Wednesday, where his...
    Mourners bid farewell to Sheldean
    Mourners bid farewell to Sheldean
    Murdered seven-year-old Sheldean Human should not be forgotten, and her death should be used as an instrument for "change in our communities",...
    Students draw attention to race classification
    Students draw attention to race classification
    About 11 white students painted their faces black in a bid to be classified as Africans at the Union Buildings in Pretoria on Thursday.
    Aids testing encouraged among inmates
    Aids testing encouraged among inmates
    Voluntary testing among prison inmates and correctional services employees was encouraged at the launch of the Department of Correctional Services'...