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Four pupils dead, two raped in Gauteng in one week: Lead us in prayer, pleads Lesufi

Four pupils have died in Gauteng this week, including a Grade 1 pupil from Hammanskraal who was killed when a goalpost collapsed on him on Wednesday.. Read more at source

He is not telling the truth, says ANCYL task team on Besani’s resignation over Zuma statement

The ANC Youth League’s national task team maintains it knows nothing about the resignation of co-ordinator Sibongile Besani, and this will not have an impact on plans for next month’s conference to elect a new leadership.. Read more at source

Former Malema lawyer Tumi Mokwena’s law firm’s accounts unfrozen

The Limpopo High Court has ordered liquidators in the case of Polokwane lawyer Tumi Mokwena to unfreeze his law firm’s trust account with immediate effect.. Read more at source

DA boycotts JHB council as new chief whip and chair of chairs are elected

While a new chief whip and chair of chairs were elected during a Johannesburg council sitting on Friday, the DA boycotted the meeting, accusing the elections of being unlawful.. Read more at source

Man who allegedly killed baby daughter during a ritual abandons bail bid

A man accused of killing his two-month-old daughter, Nonkanyiso Mahlangu, while allegedly performing a ritual in KwaMhlanga, Mpumalanga, has abandoned his bail application.. Read more at source



South Africans like Malema more than Steenhuisen, study shows

The Democratic Alliance’s interim leader John Steenhuisen has a lower favourability rating than the EFF’s leader Julius Malema, new research shows.. Read more at source

Ramaphosa not happy with SAA route cancellations – report

President Cyril Ramaphosa is not happy with the decision of SAA’s business rescue practitioners to cancel certain routes as from the end of the month, reports eNCA.. Read more at source

Union rivalry disrupts teaching at KZN school again, warring teachers locked out by parents

Twelve teachers at Emzamweni High School in KwaMnyandu, Pietermaritzburg, have been locked out of the school premises by parents on Monday.. Read more at source

WATCH | Federer, Nadal surprise fans with quick warm up on Grand Parade

Capetonians have been treated to a quick surprise warm up between tennis superstars Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal on the Grand Parade, ahead of their charity match at the Cape Town Stadium.. Read more at source

Police intervene in UWC campus protest

The academic programme at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) will resume on Monday after escalating student protests resulted in damage to property and police intervention.. Read more at source