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Angry ANC KZN chair hits out over EFF lawyer representing ANC members

Pietermaritzburg – A visibly annoyed African National Congress KwaZulu-Natal chair Sihle Zikalala hit out at some of his party comrades following the first day of a case to have the provincial conference where he was elected in 2015 nullified. He had

#TaxiStrike: Scrapping mini-bus drivers

2017-08-17 07:13 Johannesburg – On Wednesday News24 reported that taxi drivers embarked on illegal protest action in Tshwane, blocking several roads and railway lines and pelting passing cars with rocks.  Wheels24 got in touch with national chairman of

Cops probe possible arson at century-old children’s centre in Bloemfontein

Cape Town – A forensics team is investigating possible foul play after a fire at a child and youth care centre in Bloemfontein caused almost R2 million in damage, Free State police said on Wednesday. It was in the early hours

Not one police officer prosecuted yet for involvement in Marikana – NPA

Cape Town – Legal proceedings against the 72 police officers involved in the killing of 34 miners during the Marikana Massacre has not yet started, five years after the tragedy, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said on Wednesday.  The dockets investigating

Court case challenging ANC KZN policy conference outcome set to continue

Pietermaritzburg – A court case pushing for the scrapping of the KwaZulu-Natal’s ANC’s 8th provincial elective conference in  November 2015 is expected to continue in Pietermaritzburg High Court on Thursday.  ANC councillor Lawrence Dube and four others brought the court case


Johannesburg – “We won’t drop the charges against Grace Mugabe. We are frustrated and furious about the police’s handling of the matter,” says Debbie Engels. Her daughter, Gabriella, 20, says the Zimbabwean first lady hit her with an electric extension cord

ANC vs ANC: The battle to nullify 2015 elective congress

Pietermaritzburg – The role of ANC’s national executive committee, versus the power of its individual members, and a missing voters’ roll, are just some of the issues which came under the spotlight at the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Wednesday. This after

Marikana massacre no different to Sharpeville massacre – Amcu

Marikana – The President of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) Joseph Mathunjwa says the 2012 Marikana massacre is no different to the 1960 Sharpeville massacre. Muthunjwa said the Marikana incident, however, happened under the constitutional democracy. “It is

Bail application for murder accused fails to go ahead due to missing prosecutor

Cape Town – A seven-months pregnant Cape Town woman who, along with her boyfriend, is accused of murdering her toddler son, were forced to remain in custody after their formal bail application failed to go ahead on Wednesday. Abigail Ruiters and

IPID is a

Durban – The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) is a “massive failure”, according to its ethics manager Amar Maharaj. Maharaj was testifying at the Moerane Commission in Durban on Wednesday. The commission chaired by Advocate Marumo Moerane was established by premier