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Witness too afraid to testify, Malema case hears

A witness in the hate speech case against ANCYL president Julius Malema "was too afraid to testify", the Equality Court heard on Friday.

Shoot the boer: ‘It’s a chant, not a song’

<em>Ayesaba Amagwala</em>, which contains the lyrics "shoot the boer", is not a song but a chant, a music expert has told the Equality Court.

Pikitup strike: Union threatens to approach Protector

The SA Municipal Workers' Union on Thursday threatened to approach the Public Protector about alleged corruption at waste management agency Pikitup.

Pikitup workers raise stink about alleged corruption

Johannesburg's rubbish collectors will go on a full-blown strike from Thursday, following numerous disputes with management.

Majali co-accused sent for observation

Three people accused of fraud alongside controversial businessman Sandile Majali will be sent for mental observation, a court ordered on Friday.

Rhino-poaching accused to appear in court on Wednesday

Any vet found guilty of disgracing the profession through improper conduct may be barred from practising, the SA Veterinary Council said on Tuesday.

Runaway tiger reunited with owner

Panjo the tiger was found on Wednesday night after going walkabout for two days.

Eleven babies die at Natalspruit Hospital

The Gauteng health department has confirmed the deaths of 11 babies, several of them unborn, at the Natalspruit Hospital in Katlehong.

Hawkers protest at Soccer City

Hawkers protested outside Safa House in Soweto on Wednesday, saying they were struggling to survive after being evicted from around Soccer City.

SAPS, metro cops in Jo’burg stand-off

Protesting metro police officers fired live ammunition at South African Police Service (SAPS) members in Johannesburg on Wednesday.

Veteran radio man Katz cleared of assault

Media personality Stan Katz was not found guilty on two charges of assault against his ex-wife Philippa Sklaar at the Randburg Magistrate's Court on Wednesday. Magistrate Stanley Mkhari found that there was a lack of evidence regarding the assault against Sklaar in 2001, after the state chose to close its case.

Katz’s ex-wife denies publicity-seeking charge

Media personality Stan Katz's ex-wife, Philippa Sklaar, on Tuesday denied that she had exaggerated an assault on her to gain publicity for her new cookbook. Sklaar, a professional chef who now lives in America, was being cross-examined in the Randburg Magistrate's Court where Talk Radio 702's former chief executive, Katz, is facing two charges of having assaulted her in 2000.

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