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‘Mandela Rules’ on prisoner treatment adopted at UN forum

The United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice adopted crucial revisions of 60-year-old international standards on treatment of prisoners at a meeting on Friday in Vienna‚ which Amnesty International said could herald in a new era of respect for prisoners’ human rights. [1] comments

Court officials in the dock for selling dockets

Seven Randburg Magistrate’s Court officials including a prosecutor appeared in court this week on charges of corruption for allegedly selling dockets. [2] comments

Why Sowetans won't pay for electricity

The installation of prepaid electricity meters has led to family feuds as families battle to keep up with the rising cost of living. [5] comments

EFF MP 'threatened to kill Marikana woman'

Economic Freedom Fighters MP Primrose Sonti has lodged a legal battle to stay out of jail for allegedly threatening to kill a Marikana resident and burn down her house. [0] comments

Witch hunts intensify in Limpopo's Musina

The spate of witch-hunts launched by Musina residents continued when a church run by the relative of a man who confessed to being a witch was attacked. [0] comments

Shembe witness a ' snake'

The key witness in the leadership dispute of the Nazareth Baptist Church, Mqoqi Ngcobo, the chief of the Qadi clan at Inanda, yesterday fingered church secretary Chansey Sibisi as being instrumental in dividing the church. [0] comments

Hardened cons might be set free

A MAN who took part in the brutal murder of a child whose private parts, liver and heart were cut off for muthi is among prisoners who want to be paroled. [1] comments

Man shot over a pair of Carvela shoes

Cops allegedly shot him in the leg after accusing him of wearing a pair of expensive stolen Carvela shoes. Now the man wants compensation. [0] comments

Send violent pupils to special schools - Sadtu

The South African Democratic Teachers' Union plans to lobby for the establishment of special schools for violent pupils. [0] comments

Teacher shames pregnant pupil

A teacher is set to face the music after she allegedly forced a nine months pregnant pupil to sit on the cold cement floor for long periods as a punishment. [1] comments

Nothing radical about policies

Today, the government at all levels is punting radical economic transformation. [0] comments

Mob burns down police station

The arrest of four people who were part of a mob that killed four members of a notorious gang known as Wrong Turn has led to the burning of a satellite police station and home affairs offices [0] comments

Modise farm vet gets rap on knuckles

A veterinary surgeon who refused to testify against politician Thandi Modise after initially examining animals on her "farm of horror" has been sanctioned. [1] comments

South Africa is ripe for an 'economic Codesa

There is growing discontent in the country and everyone agrees there is a need to combat the high levels of unemployment, inequality and poverty that remain a big problem 21 years into democracy. [0] comments

South Africa's economy is still in the hands of whites

The racial profile of the economy has to change. [1] comments

Corruption a threat to transformation

The situation in the country will remain the same for years to come unless government deals with the big elephant in the room - corruption. [0] comments

KFC to investigate ‘pavement knife sharpening’ incident (VIDEO)

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Khanyi Mbau threatened by Black Coffee's alleged mistress

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Loyiso in line for six gospel award gongs

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The Soil search for way to attend BET awards

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Honour for legend Mandoza

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Koras boss reveals struggle

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iFani is cautious about 'fake love'

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Maps Maponyane to give fans a sneak into his life

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