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A re-draft of the norms and standards for school infrastructure will take at least six months to complete, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said.
The death of Maj-Gen Tirhani Maswanganyi is a senseless blow to Gauteng's war against crime, Premier Nomvula Mokonyane said.
A court ruling dismissing an application by the Police Minister for a review of findings involving a Cape Town jogger was welcomed by the SAHRC.
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Claims of initiation schools operating illegally in Limpopo are being investigated, the traditional affairs department said.
The shooting of a KwaZulu-Natal church leader as he was about to deliver his sermon has been condemned.
The SA Policing Union (Sapu) has expressed sadness over the murder of Maj-Gen Tirhani Simon Maswanganyi.
Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa was saddened by the death of Maj-Gen Tirhani Maswanganyi, whose body was found early Tuesday morning.
An immigration officer appeared in the Polokwane Magistrate's Court on a charge of corruption, for trying to obtain a R7 000 bribe.
An Eastern Cape Grade 11 pupil took Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga to court over conditions at her school.
A New York court's decision that South Africa be paid R225.4 million by three men convicted of importing illegally-harvested rock lobster into the US has been welcomed.
A KZN woman, serving a 20 year sentence, uncovered a ballistics report proving that she did not murder her husband.
Tensions rose in District Six as the Sheriff of the Court was due to evict families occupying seven housing units.
The body of a Kimberley man who had apparently committed suicide was flung out of a pathology van.
The teen accused of stabbing his girlfriend to death at a Durban college will make his bid for freedom this week.
Four armed men might have thought twice before robbing a defenceless woman, had they known they were unleashing the full force of the law.
On Monday Maj-Gen Tirhani Simon Maswanganyi left home and made his way to Joburg where he worked. He never arrived.
A KZN man will finally leave jail, three years after his daughter admitted she had lied that he had raped her.
Tensions between Cape police commissioner Arno Lamoer and Community Safety MEC Dan Plato have flared up.
"I raised my son to be someone important in life but whoonga destroyed him. Now it will take miracles for him to recover."
At least 10 vacant posts for judges at various courts need to be filled, the Judicial Service Commission has said.
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