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14 die in taxi and truck collision

Fourteen people were killed and two others injured on Friday afternoon when a large truck and taxi collided head-on on Randfontein Road in Randfontein. [9] comments

‘We will give tip when you return the land’, white waitress told

Ntokozo Qwabe‚ one of the leaders of the Rhodes Must Fall movement at Oxford University has bragged on Facebook about the way he treated a waiter. Qwabe wrote on the bill‚ ““WE WILL GIVE TIP WHEN YOU RETURN THE LAND“. The waiter is a white woman. [18] comments

'Charge Zuma' - Mmusi Maimane to NPA

Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane has called on the National Prosecuting Authority of South Africa (NPA) to immediately continue with the 783 charges against President Jacob Zuma. [36] comments

New law protects HIV victims against bias

Millions of people living with HIV-Aids will finally have access to Equality Courts to fight stigmatisation and discrimination on the basis of being infected with the virus. [8] comments

Broke ANC begs for airtime

The ANC has told its election campaigners to ask supporters and local business people to donate money for airtime and SMS and data bundles. [45] comments

Uzalo comes under fire over government funding

Popular SABC 1 drama Uzalo came under the spotlight at the Kwa-Zulu Natal legislature on Thursday as opposition parties questioned the R5-million funding it received from the eThekwini Metro Municipality. [17] comments

Schabir Shaik must find solace in #spytapes judgment‚ says De Lille

Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille said Friday’s High Court ruling proved that the Arms Procurement Commission was “nothing but an instrument” used by the African National Congress to investigate itself. [3] comments

Spy tapes: Court recommends review of corruption charges being dropped

President Jacob Zuma. Photo: Moeletsi Mabe The full bench of the High Court in Pretoria has set aside a decision to discontinue the prosecution of President Jacob Zuma taken in April 2009. [60] comments

Lesiba Kekana sentenced to 52 years in prison for the murder of his four sons

Limpopo child slayer, Lesiba Kekana stood hopelessly in the dock as Judge Joseph Raulinga sentenced him to 52 years imprisonment at the High Court in Polokwane. [19] comments

Tokyo Sexwale's open letter to Ajay Gupta

BIG SHOTS: Brothers Ajay and Rajesh Gupta. There is  talk that state power has moved from the Union Buildings to the Gupta family's compound in Saxonwold, Johannesburg. The writer says no self-respecting country can tolerate the state of affairs photo: KEVIN  SUTHERLAND What exactly is State capture? It is a concept which in the annals of bodies like the IMF and World Bank, refers to the systemic corruption of government officials, the judiciary or legislature especially by private business interests for profit. [131] comments

Mall of Africa not biggest in South Africa

All eyes on AKA's SupaMega show

Arthur Mafokate still the main man

Nkopane Mohola rises above career setbacks

Warders 'torture' accused for missing Tau Mogale on Generations

Generations: The Legacy actor Rapulana Seiphemo. Picture Credit: Gallo Images
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Do you think a person with a criminal record like Linda Mti (head of safety and security at Nelson Mandela Bay Metro), should be given a high profile position in government?