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Bid to keep Janusz Walus behind bars dismissed

Justice Minister Michael Masutha’s application for leave to appeal a judgment which ordered the release of Chris Hani's killer has been dismissed.

R4bn price tag for presidential jet ‘impractical’ – Armscor

The reported R4-billion price tag for a new presidential jet was impractical, the government defence and security acquisition agency, Armscor, said.

The numbers behind Operation Fiela

Since the start of Operation Fiela, over 9 000 arrests have been made and over 15 000 undocumented immigrants repatriated, Jeff Radebe revealed.

Derby-Lewis showed no remorse for ‘heinous act’

The Pretoria high court has heard that Clive Derby-Lewis's apologies were mere lip service and the initial decline of his parole request was rational.

Pretoria hawkers protest against alleged abuse by police

More than 100 hawkers have gathered in Pretoria, protesting against alleged abuse by the Tshwane Metro police.

Senior cop questioned about involvement in Marikana strike

The SAPS has quizzed Lieutenant Colonel Salmon Vermaak about an episode where he instructed a junior police officer to fire at a protester in 2012.

Marikana commission hears about Malema fears

A top cop has told the Farlam commission of inquiry that officers were "moving to kill" the prospect of Julius Malema addressing striking mineworkers.

Mpofu calls for Marikana cops to be charged with murder

The Farlam commission has heard that the operational police commander during the Marikana shootings should be charged with murder.

Zuma: Hertzog statue removed after exhaustive consultation process

The removal of Barry Hertzog's statue was done after thorough consultations, says President Jacob Zuma after the unveiling of a new Madiba statue.

Union Buildings become national heritage site

At the the Reconciliation Day celebrations, Jacob Zuma has announced that the Union Buildings have been added to the list of national heritage sites.

Africa to decide on involvement in ICC

African countries will decide whether they will continue to participate in the International Criminal Court at a special summit.

Zuma flushes ministers like condoms, says AbaThembu king

Referring to Jacob Zuma's recent Cabinet reshuffle, King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo has said that the president has a way of flushing out his opponents.

Marikana families blame deaths on police, Lonmin

Families of the mineworkers who were shot on August 16 believe the police and Lonmin mine are responsible for the Marikana killings.

Bizos grills senior cop over Marikana

Advocate George Bizos has questioned police training co-ordinator, Brigadier Petrus Breytenbach, on the deployment of specialised units to Marikana.

Marcus: Madiba excited about new bank notes

Nelson Mandela is excited about the new banknotes bearing his image which went into circulation on Tuesday, Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus said.

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‘Captured’ water utility exec holes up

Thami Hlongwa seems to be in hiding after a blacklisted technology company scored millions from Umgeni Water and the owner was murdered

Q&A Sessions: ‘Media isn’t dying, it’s changing’

Phuti Mahanyele-Dabengwa, chief executive of global internet company Naspers, has held senior posts in investment and development banking. She tells Tshegofatso Mathe about her family life in Soweto and her career, including with Cyril Ramaphosa before he went back to politics

Eight things you need to know about the vaccine rollout

About 80 000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine have arrived in South Africa out of the nine million procured — 300 000 to 500 000 are expected to arrive within two months

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