The new public protector says she will leave the dispute over the state capture report prepared by h.
Chief evidence: Self-proclaimed chief Mashile Phasha is expected to appear in the Lebowakgomo magistrates' court in Limpopo today on charges of stock theft.
Phasha, 53, of Baroka-ba-ga-Nkwana community in Sekhukhune, was arrested last month after 12 sheep were found in his royal kraal in GaNkwana village.
Police arrested him after a tip-off by community members and he is out on R500 bail.
During his arrest, Phasha allegedly told police he had seized the animals after they trespassed into his mielie fields. - Frank Maponya
ulundi upset: The ANC made a second attempt at the weekend to woo Ulundi residents to join the party, but no one turned up.
It said members were intimidated and "received death threats", allegedly from IFP members. The IFP said the ANC has no support because "they have no members there". - Canaan Mdletshe
Child tragedy: A 10-year-old boy from Pietermaritzburg hanged himself with his jersey on Sunday afternoon, police said.
The boy had been left in the care of a relative, 24, and a caregiver when his mother went away on business. - Canaan Mdletshe
gun wanted: Police said they cannot charge the suspects for the death of a six-year-old child from a stray bullet until they find the gun matching the bullet.
Zinhle Ngidi was shot two weeks ago. Police had arrested two suspects after a motorist laid a charge of attempted murder against them. - Sne Masuku
big business: A 33-year-old Nigerian man was arrested for operating a fake "Home Affairs" office in Johannesburg.
Sergeant Sanku Tsunku said about 100 passports and identity documents were found with fraudulent "official" stamps.
Fraudulent educational qualifications and false bank statements from major banking institutions were also found. - Sapa
death field: A human skeleton was found by farmers on a plot in Pretoria North yesterday .
Preliminary reports established that the body had been in the ground for at least 15 years.
The sex was not yet known. Another skeleton had been found on the same farm less than two years ago. - Sapa
APOLOGY: Yesterday on page 9 we inadvertently said the child with Nelson Mandela was an Aids orphan. We apologise for that incorrect information.