Thu Sep 18 03:37:47 SAST 2014
5 things you should know about this week

It's very difficult to keep track of news amongst hundreds of headlines a day. So we will pick out t.

Announcing Nigeria deaths not delayed: Minister

Government did not take long to announce the deaths of South Africans in the Nigeria church building collapse, International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said on Wednesday. [1] comments

TUT and students re-open talks: SRC

Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) management and the student representative council (SRC) have re-opened talks to resolve the ongoing protests at the university, the SRC said on Wednesday. [1] comments

Remove Maphatsoe, corruption watch tells Zuma

Corruption Watch has called on President Jacob Zuma to remove Deputy Defence Minister Kebby Maphatsoe, following his claim that Public Protector Thuli Madonsela works for the CIA. [1] comments

Malema and Shivambu kicked out of Parliament

Economic Freedom Fighters MPs Julius Malema and Floyd Shivambu have yet again been instructed to leave the Parliament. [15] comments

June Steenkamp to pen a memoir

Reeva Stenkamp’s distraught mother, June has announced her plans to write a memoir on her daughter. [57] comments

Big rhino poaching arrest soon: Hawks

A suspected rhino poaching kingpin could be nabbed soon, Hawks head Anwa Dramat told MPs on Wednesday. [10] comments

Mbete ready to be president

National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete, who survived a vote of no confidence, says she is ready to be South Africa's next president, the Sowetan reported on Wednesday. [142] comments

Law society condemns attacks on Judge Masipa

The Law Society of SA (LSSA) on Wednesday expressed concern at the threats and personal attacks made against Judge Tholozile Masipa following her judgment in the trial of Paralympian Oscar Pistorius. [131] comments

J Something: If he’s not on stage, he’s in the kitchen

SA reacts to Nigerian church collapse deaths

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Farmers prefer private security to SAPS: AgriSA

Pinetown crash driver to plead guilty

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