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03/22/2017 08:48 PM | DA councillor arrested for sexual assault
A DA West Coast councillor has been arrested for alleged sexual assault.

03/22/2017 08:48 PM | ANCYL wants universities nationalised
All public universities should be state-owned and controlled to increase government revenue and ensure a standardised fee structure, the ANCYL has told the Fees Commission.

03/22/2017 08:48 PM | Conjoined KZN twins doing well after surgery
Conjoined twins Nkosingiphile and Simphiwe Mbuyisa are doing well after they were separated in a 13-hour operation by a team of specialists.

03/22/2017 08:05 PM | Son suffers emotional trauma - Spur mom
The mother involved in a heated argument with a fellow patron at a Spur restaurant, says her son has suffered emotional trauma after video footage of the incident trended online.

03/22/2017 08:02 PM | Police take over case of woman missing on Table Mountain
The case of a woman who went missing on Table Mountain has been handed over to police.

03/22/2017 07:45 PM | Alleged mastermind behind chief justice robbery still at large – Police
The alleged mastermind behind the theft of 15 computers from the Office of the Chief Justice is still on the run, police say.

03/22/2017 07:34 PM | Chief Justice Office robbery leads to Parliament meeting cancellation
A meeting between the Office of the Chief Justice and Parliament’s justice committee has been cancelled following the robbery at the Office of the Chief Justice.

03/22/2017 07:28 PM | Hawks boss Ntlemeza fights for his job
Evidence presented in court does not conclusively prove that disgraced Hawks head Berning Ntlemeza is unfit for office, he and Police Minister Nathi Nhleko argue in court papers.

03/22/2017 07:19 PM | Tafelberg site not for affordable housing – WCape govt
The Western Cape provincial government has approved the sale of its Tafelberg property in Sea Point, defying public calls for the property to be redeveloped for low-income housing.

03/22/2017 06:55 PM | Heatstroke suspected in PE man's death
An unidentified man in his sixties has collapsed and died on the side of a road in Port Elizabeth, possibly due to the heatwave in the Eastern Cape.

03/22/2017 06:08 PM | Fugitive Durban lawyer gets 6-year sentence for defrauding friends
Disbarred Durban attorney Ian Stokes - convicted of stealing more than R5.7m of his friends' money from a trust account - has been sentenced to in effect six years in jail.

03/22/2017 05:43 PM | NSFAS needs to be more efficient - Pandor
The NSFAS needs to become more efficient and have better administration, Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor has said.

03/22/2017 05:35 PM | 7 hurt as lift plummets four storeys in PE
Seven people have been injured when a lift at the Mount Road police station in Port Elizabeth plummeted four storeys.

03/22/2017 04:46 PM | Talks end protest at Kruger Park's Pafuri gate
An 11th-hour meeting between protesting residents of Ha-Mutele and the Kruger National Park’s management has put the brakes on a protest at the park’s Pafuri gate.

03/22/2017 04:33 PM | Review application over top cops’ transfer to be heard at later stage
An application for the Cape Town Labour Court to review the decision to transfer two high-ranking police officers has been postponed.

03/22/2017 04:21 PM | Judge has difficulties with accused's roles in Maties graduate's murder
The Western Cape High Court is grappling with the difficulty of two men choosing not to testify on their role in Stellenbosch student Carl Schoombie's death in 2015.

03/22/2017 04:16 PM | Zuma unveils UN's global water and sanitation plan
President Jacob Zuma has unveiled the UN's broad-based plan to provide water and sanitation for 10 billion people by 2030.

03/22/2017 04:01 PM | Police to investigate why former DG could not open a case after break-in
The police will be investigating why former social development department director general Zane Dangor could not open a case following a break-in at his home.

03/22/2017 03:52 PM | Apartheid security police lured youth 'to their slaughter' - ex-Mandela cop
Police officers removed evidence from the scenes of government-ordered crimes committed in the 1980s, the Western Cape High Court has heard.

03/22/2017 03:30 PM | Date set for Zille legislature snap debate
The Western Cape legislature speaker has approved the ANC's request for a snap debate on Premier Helen Zille's views on colonialism.