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Don’t do anything divisive, Malema tells ANCYL

ANCYL delegates should refrain from singing songs that could divide the organisation, league president Julius Malema said on Saturday.

Cops aim to maintain security efforts after World Cup

The police will keep up security in the country after the Soccer World Cup, national police commissioner General Bheki Cele said on Wednesday.

Justice dept mulls Rwanda general’s extradition

The justice department was investigating whether SA should consider an extradition request for former Rwandan General Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa.

Rugby fans give Orlando stadium the thumbs up

Rugby supporters gave Soweto's Orlando Stadium the thumbs up on Saturday, but were less complimentary about the traffic flow.

Grisly details of Terre’Blanche murder

A grisly picture of the killing of right-wing leader Eugene Terre'Blanche was painted at a bail hearing on Monday.

Court told of planning of Terre’Blanche murder

The murder of former AWB leader Eugene Terre'Blanche was planned in the stables of his farm, a court heard on Monday.

Free State farmer is new AWB leader

A farmer from the southern Free State was announced as the AWB's new leader on Tuesday.

DA suspends MP for swearing in Parliament

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has suspended MP Dianne Kohler Barnard for five days for swearing in the National Assembly, the party said on Wednesday.

Minister waits on review of Shaik parole

Correctional Services Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula won't ask the parole board to review Schabir Shaik's parole yet, a spokesperson said on Monday.

Cele: We’ll make SA safe for 2010 and beyond

The police force will make South Africa safe for the 2010 World Cup and beyond, national Police Commissioner Bheki Cele said on Monday.

Manyi vows to get tough over BEE

The government will get tough on companies who do not comply with affirmative action, Labour Department director general Jimmy Manyi has warned.

Malema springs to Mbeki’s defence

The ANC Youth League would not allow former president Thabo Mbeki to be charged with genocide, league president Julius Malema said on Monday.

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