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What does Oscar, Semitjie have in common?

Annette Vergeer is again under the spotlight for her recommendations in VIP driver Joseph Semitjie case.

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Our tardiness behind power woes - ANC

The ANC has admitted that the government has not moved at speed in generating sufficient electricity capacity.

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Pope gives go-ahead for SA’s first saint

South Africa is set to have its first saint and martyr - Benedict Daswa, a lay person from Limpopo.

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Fake cash: pair may face more charges
January 20 2015 at 12:10

Gauteng police were probing a series of fraud cases that may be linked to a couple already facing counterfeiting charges.

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Panty thief rapist guilty on 30 counts
January 20 2015 at 07:32

A serial rapist who would keep his victims' panties as a memento has been found guilty on 30 counts of rape.

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Beware of cliffs, Joburg residents told
January 19 2015 at 14:45

"People should not be deceived into thinking that because they live in a residential area, there are no dangers."

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SA to help flood-hit Malawi
January 19 2015 at 13:15

A number of South African aid organisations are preparing to fly to Malawi to help the flood-stricken country.

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Squatters invade 74-hectare property
January 19 2015 at 13:00

First he had to fend off illegal dumping on his property, then Adrian Tills had to deal with shacks on his land.

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What the e-toll report actually says
January 19 2015 at 07:26

Panel says E-toll resistors who haven't paid should be charged just the toll costs without extra administrative fees.

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Domestic worker’s bail hearing postponed
January 16 2015 at 13:17

On the day murder accused Deliwe Zwakala was expected to apply for bail, her alleged victim’s family sat in the court gallery.

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‘Failed youth wage subsidy must go’
January 16 2015 at 12:05

There are renewed calls for the youth wage subsidy to be scrapped as it had “no significant effect “, according to a study.

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Cosas warns state looters
January 16 2015 at 11:31

Cosas president Sandra Baloyi has blasted corrupt government leaders who loot public resources.

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Mom, baby kidnapping case postponed
January 16 2015 at 11:07

The bail application of four men accused of kidnapping a mother and her baby in Diepsloot is set for Monday.

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