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Nicolette Kinnear says husband Charl was taken ‘30 years too soon’ at SAPS ceremony

The 34 police officers who died in the line of duty this year were remembered at the annual national commemoration day

The deadly cost of union membership in North West

The platinum belt is roiling with tension once more after the assassination of Numsa organiser Malibongwe Mdazo

South African discovered dinosaur could help demystify the life of the famous T-Rex

Why a tiny dinosaur from the Eastern Cape is making waves for the T-rex family

1 Military Hospital became a ‘milking cow’ during 14 years of refurbishment

The defence force presents a summary of a forensic report on an investigation into upgrades and repairs to the hospital in Pretoria

Court hears how alleged underworld kingpin Nafiz Modack intimidated investigators in top cop murder case

About 24 police officers were sent to protect the team investigating murder of Lieutenant Colonel Charl Kinnear

MPs condemn mandatory vaccinations for employees

President Cyril Ramaphosa told parliament that nobody should be forced to have the vaccine, but constitutional rights were not absolute

Marikana court case back to haunt Ramaphosa

Lawyers seeking R1-billion in damages allege President Cyril Ramaphosa’s phone calls and emails in 2012 set the stage for the unlawful killing of 34 miners

Undocumented people neglected in plans to vaccinate

Those without an ID, passport or asylum-seeker number fear that getting the jab will get them booted out the country – that is if they are able to access vaccination in the first place

Zuma’s health may delay arms deal case yet again

The former president’s undisclosed illness looks set to force another delay in a trial almost two decades in the making

What we know about the C.1.2 Covid variant, so far

Experts studying the new variant, C.1.2, are surprised by its substantial mutations but are confident current vaccines will be effective against it

SIU details health department’s R132m Digital Vibes contract corruption

The SIU told parliament the health department was so desperate to give Digital Vibes a communications contract that it flouted government procurement policies and allowed a 104% price inflation

The deadly cost of union membership in North West

The platinum belt is roiling with tension once more after the assassination of Numsa organiser Malibongwe Mdazo.

No need to panic over new Covid-19 variant C.1.2

Experts studying the new variant are surprised by its substantial and unexpected mutations but are confident that current vaccines will be effective against it

Ramaphosa’s R2bn Eastern Cape revitalisation project in jeopardy

Duncan Village community members resorted to court action to challenge the ‘arrogant’ government

Sisulu: Fighting, exposing and rooting out corruption remains my top priority

Lindiwe Sisulu responds to the story published in the 13 August edition of the M&G, 'Water board overhaul imminent'

‘Culture of secrecy rules the police’

Evidence at the arbitration hearing into the dismissal of high-ranking cop Jeremy Vearey reflects major battles at the very top of the SAPS

Professional or working class, unemployment has hammered black women the most

The latest unemployment figures show deepening joblessness and continuous setbacks