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Bid for slain Imam Haron’s family to see justice

Fifty years ago, the anti-apartheid activist was killed in police custody. His family fought to survive after his death, and now they want justice.

Mixed emotions as soldiers return to the Cape Flats

Police Minister Bheki Cele made good on his week-old promise to send the SANDF to the Cape Flats to secure the area

Community police break ranks in Flats

Volunteers call for an independent police manager and soldiers to help stop Western Cape murders

Sports clubs eyed for low-cost housing in Cape Town

Sports clubs are paying the City of Cape Town less per year to lease prime land than it costs to rent a shack for a month

How the UN’s new strategy could help development goals in the Eastern Cape

In 2015, countries committed to the UN's sustainable development goals in an effort to end, for example, poverty, hunger and inequality

The horror of abuse taking place in SA’s bedrooms

Babes Wodumo’s beating is public knowledge but  thousands more suffer the same fate. Five women tell their stories

Residents go to court for dissolution of ANC-led Makana Municipality

The Unemployed People’s Movement has filed an application for a re-election to take place in the troubled ANC-led municipality

Churches want code against cons

Those who wish to f leece the public will be held to account, say church leaders

CRL Rights Commission to investigate ‘resurrection’ pastor

Pastor Alph Lukau of the Alleluia International Ministries church in Sandton, Johannesburg, faces a summons from the CRL Rights Commission

Budget 2019: EFF and DA detail key issues for Mboweni to prioritise

Opposition parties have added their input ahead of the presentation of the budget speech

Cape Town private property developers on a ‘civic capture’ crusade, say residents

​Concerns are growing in three Cape Town communities that developers are muscling into local associations to get them to approve development plans

Duduzane Zuma culpable homicide case postponed

In the meantime, the NPA has decided to provisionally withdraw corruption charges against Zuma

Justice for Cradock Four delayed

Despite an assurance last year that the case was proceeding, the son of one of the four men who were assassinated believes the ANC is blocking it

Ramaphosa urged to establish judicial inquiry into lack of apartheid prosecutions

Imtiaz Cajee, the nephew of murdered anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol, will recommend an inquiry to probe the capture of the NPA and SAPS

Ramaphosa praises former ANC presidents in Jan 8 statement

President Cyril Ramaphosa did, however, hint at the strain that has mired the ANC in recent years

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Judicial Conduct Committee orders Mogoeng to apologise for his remarks about SA Israel relations

The JCC said that by the chief justice straying into politics, he breached the judicial conduct code and ordered him to issue an apology and retraction

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Ithala fails to act against board chairperson over PPE scandal

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