Johann van Loggerenberg, Ivan Pillay, and Andries Janse van Rensburg were charged with offences relating to the bugging of the Scorpions and NPA offices in 2007.
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By Friday, 11 October, Lesufi said officials from his department were already on their way to the school to enact the closure. 
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The EFF second-in-command’s ‘philanthropy was a farce’, writes Pauli van Wyk in her latest report looking into the link between VBS Bank and the party.
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Courts Sindiso Magaqa trial postponed to April

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Crime Boksburg man who allegedly shot and killed his dogs arrested

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Crime Mamelodi police find dagga, weapons in school raids

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Accidents 25 killed on Western Cape roads over weekend, including one baby

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Zuma’s and Thales’ applications squashed by High Court

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Getting the DA right more important than leadership squabbles – Midvaal mayor

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Chinese president warns adversaries of ‘crushed bodies, shattered bones’

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Khune set to miss City and Sundowns clashes

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Mixed fortunes for Kaizer Chiefs

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The braai: we’re getting better

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Murder case opened against man who killed armed robber in his home

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‘Scary’ how good Japan can be, warns sleepless Leitch

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Durban student in court for murder of ‘close friend’

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#FeesMustFall activist Kanya Cekeshe to discover his fate in court

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Orania student teacher in court for statutory rape after allegedly having sex with minor

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Union calls for RTMC boss to resign after scathing report from Mkhwebane

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Expect it to be warm to hot this week

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