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Ammunition testing resumes at RDM blast site

​Ammunition testing at the Rheinmetall Denel Munition plant in Firgrove, east of Cape Town, resumed for the first time on Monday

ANC confirms arrest of Luthuli House staffer involved in ‘serious crimes’

ANC spokesperson Pule Mabe says the party was dismayed that one of their employees had been arrested

‘We tried to help our dad’ – brothers they tried to save father from mosque attacker

The sons of Ismail Bassa have recalled of how they tried to fight off his attacker.

Sisulu: UN Security Council tenure will be dedicated to Mandela’s legacy

'South Africa's diplomatic efforts over the past two decades include conflict resolution, prevention, mediation, peacekeeping and peacebuilding'

Maimane ‘not concerned’ by drop in DA’s poll numbers

According to preliminary findings by Ipsos, the party is now polling at 20% support, two percentage points lower than what it achieved in 2014

Dairy factory in Mossel Bay goes drought-friendly

By using an evaporation process at a new waste water treatment plant on site, approximately 47 tankers of water will now be recovered

Sanco calls on government to break bus strike deadlock

The bus strike, which started on Wednesday, has left thousands stranded and minibus taxis strained as they try to cater for the increased travel load

Ramaphosa to ‘lend a hand’ in Mahikeng

The meeting at 12:00 on Friday will be convened with structures of the ANC, the party's leagues, alliance members and the ANC caucus in the North West

Security clearance showdown as Arthur Fraser and IGI face off in court

The legal action will go ahead despite Fraser being transferred from his position as State Security Agency director general

Break-in at Hawks office in Cape Town

​The Hawks have confirmed that their offices in Bellville, Cape Town, were broken into

SCA finds Oscar Pistorius guilty of murder

The Supreme Court of Appeal has replaced Oscar Pistorius's culpable homicide conviction with murder.

UCT admissions: Race will still be considered

UCT says race will still be considered in a proposed student admissions policy but only as one of many other factors to determine disadvantage.

Maqubela found guilty of murdering her husband

Thandi Maqubela has been found guilty of her husband's murder, forging his will and committing fraud by causing potential prejudice to his estate.

Calland: Zuma ‘doesn’t read the proper stuff’

Political analyst Richard Calland says President Jacob Zuma "doesn't read" and is "in many ways, the embodiment of anti-intellectualism".

Dirco ‘respects’ UAE despite Karabus ordeal

Government respects the judiciary of the United Arab Emirates despite Cyril Karabus's ordeal, the deputy international relations minister has said.

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Zulu land body challenges audit outcome

Ingonyama Trust Board chairperson Jerome Ngwenya has challenged the audit process in the face of a series of unfavourable ratings

‘Terrorised’ family shines a light on traditional leadership for vulnerable people

The ambiguity between traditional and constitutional leadership has been exposed by the violent banishment of an Eastern Cape family

Sisulu dissolves housing agency board, again

The HDA is once again under administration, and its acting chief executive gets to stay on

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