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Ntlemeza responds to Mbalula's legal threats with his own

Former Hawks boss Lieutenant-General Berning Ntlemeza has warned Police Minister Fikile Mbalula to stop meddling in his duties or face legal action.

Ex-WC top cop denies corrupt relationship

Former Western Cape Police Commissioner Arno Lamoer has denied that his relationship with businessman Salim Dawjee is a corrupt one.

Rene Roman murder-accused back in court for bail hearing

The man alleged to have murdered Lavender Hill teenager Rene Roman is expected back in court on Tuesday.

Respected Gauteng judge passes away

Gauteng High Court judge André Louw committed suicide at his Cullinan smallholding, east of Pretoria, on the weekend.

'He cut and slashed at my chest'

The triple murder-accused Henri van Breda has told the Western Cape High Court that an intruder hacked his parents and brother to death - and almost killed his sister - two years ago,

R70k fine for possession of dagga

A 39-year-old Mbombela man has been handed a R70,000 fine after being found in possession of 300 kilograms of cannabis, with an estimated street value of R700 000.

Mahambehlala tackles education transformation

Communications Deputy Minister Thandi Mahambehlala says educating young people is the first step for the country to achieve radical economic transformation.

DA want Molefe's 'golden handshake' to be worth R0.00

The Democatic Alliance is adamant former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe should not receive any more money from the utility, after Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown rejected the board's bid to afford Molefe a R30 million pension payout.

88 days of water left in Cape Town

The City of Cape Town has confirmed the city's feeder dams only have enough water left for 88 days.

Davies grapples with post-Brexit plans

Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies has insisted it is the South African government's priority is to ensure that there is certainty and continuity in the trade and investment relationship between South Africa and the United Kingdom as a result of Brexit.
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