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Start of State Security Agency R1-million theft case delayed

Thuso Oesi, a former SSA administrator accused of fraud, did not arrive in court for medical reasons

When you kiss nyaope, you marry it

The low-grade form of heroin continues to strip the youth of their future and the young women living in a drug house in Ekurhuleni say the police do not take them seriously

War on diamonds: Toil and triumph on the rich barren plains

“I’m willing to take a bullet” says Northern Cape natives who claim the land, and its diamonds, belong to them.

I’m just a lawyer going to court, says attorney on ‘enormous power’ allegations

The Mthatha attorney is angered by a tweet alleging he sways the high court and the Judicial Services Commission

AfriForum in border dispute with SANDF

Civil group alleges that SANDF and SAPS members have been pressured to stop cooperating with its civilian safety structure

Phoenix murder trials still to start

Three separate murder cases involving alleged racial killings have reached the high court

Uneasy peace in Mooi River after riots brought town to its knees

The KwaZulu-Natal town’s strategic location on the N3 corridor brings with it the danger of renewed unrest

WATCH LIVE: 200 Young South Africans 2022

M&G will showcase SA’s most versatile, innovative young professionals to inspire, ignite and prepare upcoming youth for a new world

A queer community in Elands Bay pushed for religious inclusion and won

Elands Bay’s queer folk were determined to find a home in the town’s conservative churches

Gaseous explosion probably caused death of 21 young people at Eastern Cape tavern, pathology expert says

Expert says it will be a few weeks before a final determination is made on the cause of death

Eskom wage deadlock ends, setting SA back on course to fewer blackouts

This is according to Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, who placed the blame for stage six load-shedding on unprotected strike action

Pensioner again used in alleged multimillion-rand police corruption

Salamina Khoza’s RDP home in Soshanguve, Tshwane, emerged as the SAPS’s alleged fraud headquarters

UPDATED: Eskom confirms stage six load-shedding from 4pm to 10pm on Tuesday

The power utility says it experienced unplanned losses of 14 204 megawatts as wage-related protest action intensified

Overworked Eastern Cape education assistants unpaid

Young people hired under the Presidential Youth Employment Initiative in the province are teaching classes without supervision and some have not been paid last months’ stipends

Police investigating 21 teen deaths at Eastern Cape tavern

Many of the victims are thought to have been learners celebrating the end of their high school exams

Seventeen people found dead in East London nightclub

At least 17 young people were found dead at a nightclub in a township in the southern city of East London on Sunday, police said

Eskom pushes to stage 4 as protests continue

Eskom announced on Friday morning that it will raise load-shedding to Stage 4 until midnight

First case of monkeypox confirmed in South Africa

Disease detected in a 30 year old male who had no history of travel, contact tracing underway to identify any additional linked cases
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