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Ficksburg cops not suspended, say police

The six policemen who allegedly beat a man to death during a protest in Ficksburg are still working but have been sent to other areas.

Community leader lives in fear of his life

The fall-out from February's violent service delivery protests in Ermelo, Mpumalanga, continues.

Honeydew quiet after protests

Honeydew was quiet on Thursday after Zandspruit residents took to the streets on Wednesday to protest against poor service delivery, police said.

Dozens arrested in Honeydew protest

A police officer was injured during a violent service delivery protest at the Zandspruit settlement near Honeydew on Wednesday.

Cops fire rubber bullets at Honeydew protesters

Police fired rubber bullets at a group of protesting residents who had blocked off Beyers Naude drive near Honeydew on Wednesday morning.

Balfour residents lose hope

One of the first things one notices when approaching Siyathemba township in Balfour is a white cross erected at the corner of Joe Slovo Road.

Cele to visit protest-hit Wesselton

Police National Commissioner Bheki Cele will be visiting strife-torn Wesselton near Ermelo, the scene of violent service delivery protests.

Cameraman injured in Mpumalanga protest

An e.tv cameraman was injured and a broadcast van damaged when protesters turned on him and a reporter in Wesselton on Tuesday, eNews reported.

ANCYL admits to role in Cape protest

The ANC Youth League has openly thrown its weight behind continuing service delivery protests in Khayelitsha township, which turned violent.

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