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26 mins ago
'Horrific donkey killing site' on Northern Cape farm
'Horrific donkey killing site' on Northern Cape farm
Crime & Courts

Two Northern Cape men have been arrested after reports of donkeys being bludgeoned with hammers and skinned alive on their farm.

54 mins ago
McBride hearing: Mbete must break stalemate
McBride hearing: Mbete must break stalemate
Politics

The stand-off between Police Minister Nathi Nhleko and Speaker Baleka Mbete regarding a disciplinary hearing against Robert ...

78 mins
Slain SACP member spoke about imminent death
Slain SACP member spoke about imminent death
Crime & Courts

Londiwe Mhlongo, the latest victim in the continuing political violence ravaging Inchanga township, knew her days were numbered.

85 mins
How to stay out of trouble on social media
How to stay out of trouble on social media
Opinion

In the world of social media many of the rules that govern the media, also apply to you, writes Daily Voice editor Taariq Halim.

95 mins
Emotions run high at Westville crime indaba
Emotions run high at Westville crime indaba
Crime & Courts

The community policing forum chairman caused an uproar when he said that Westville SAPS management was not equipped to deal with the surge in crime.

2 hours ago
SABC lawyers 'owe Parliament big time'
SABC lawyers 'owe Parliament big time'
Politics

The law firm that advised the SABC on the parliamentary inquiry into its affairs could be in hot water when the ad hoc committee meets.

2 hours ago
Home Affairs says autistic boy can return to SA
Home Affairs says autistic boy can return to SA
Gauteng

The 14-year-old autistic boy that was forced to sign a declaration of undesirability will finally be able to return to South Africa.

2 hours ago
School psychological support gets R500 000 cash boost
School psychological support gets R500 000 cash boost
Western Cape

An NGO that provides counselling to school children in disadvantaged areas has received a cash injection to help the growth of the business.

2 hours ago
May puts Brexit cards on the table
May puts Brexit cards on the table
International

Prime Minister Theresa May says she wants to see “sector deals” to identify and address barriers to expansion in different industries.