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‘Delusional’ Thandi Maqubela sentenced to 18 years

Thandi Maqubela showed delusional tendencies and lacked empathy, the Western Cape High Court found on Tuesday, after sentencing her to 18 years.

Saps: Validity of Jiba summons not questioned

The SA Police Service says it has never questioned the validity of a summons delivered against deputy prosecutions boss Nomgcobo Jiba.

Eskom contractors fire more than 1 000 workers

Eskom contractors fired over 1 000 workers for taking part in an "illegal" strike at the Medupi power station in Limpopo, the power utility said.

Eskom CEO challenges suspension

The power utility's chief executive, Tshediso Matona, is challenging his suspension in the Labour Court in Johannesburg.

Mthethwa: No violent removal of Rhodes statue will be supported

Minister Nathi Mthethwa won't support any violent removal of Cecil Rhodes' statue from the UCT campus and urges an amicable resolution to the matter.

NZ beats South Africa in cricket nailbiter

In the rain-shortened match New Zealand made it with just one ball to spare at Eden Park.

Sibiya: Judge calls acting head of Hawks ‘dishonest’

High Court Judge Elias Matojane said Berning Ntlemeza's behaviour was "biased, lacks integrity and honour" after he made false statements under oath.

Former tennis champion guilty of rape

The High Court considered the State's evidence "overwhelming".

‘Shots fired’: Suspended Hawks boss hurt in accident, says lawyer

Suspended Gauteng Hawks boss Shadrack Sibiya was injured when his car overturned and rolled, his lawyer Victor Nkwashu said on Friday.

De Kock out of jail, but still being detained – report

Eugene de Kock's lawyer says he has been receiving messages from him asking for assistance, and that he's being kept against his will.

Ramaphosa: Eskom must employ on merit, ‘not skin colour’

Power utility Eskom is racing to recruit as many skilled people as possible, regardless of their skin colour, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said.

Pick n Pay, Landrover pull out of Afrikaans is Groot concerts

Pick n Pay and Jaguar Land Rover SA have decided not to renew their sponsorship of the Afrikaans is Groot concerts, Beeld newspaper reported.

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