Captain, who, according to the party, was one of the last surviving leaders from the 1980s in the Nelson Mandela Bay Council, died on Tuesday.
Thabo Stanley Leshabane stands accused of ordering a hit on his wife Makoena Mabusela-Leshabane and her colleague Tebogo Mphuti.
Recoveries now stand at 716,444, which translates to a recovery rate of 92,8%.
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During a briefing with activism group Women and Men Against Child Abuse on Tuesday, the 50-year-old woman opened up about the sexual abuse she suffered over 40 years ago.
DA spokesperson on public service and administration, Leon Schreiber, said he believed the flights costs amounted to grossly irregular expenditure by parliament.

Courts ‘Blue light case’ remanded to 9 December

The NPA previously withdraw charges against Major-General Ravichandran Pillay after it determined that it did not have a strong enough case against him.

Covid-19 EC Health concerned as Covid-19 cases rise steadily

The Easter Cape has a number of medical staff who have tested positive for Covid-19, which is also a major concern.

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Instruments of justice and governance don’t appear to be enough to settle the issues SA has been cultivating for years. It’s now down to capturing the minds of the electorate, and history has taught us that that game gets dirty.

Environment David Attenborough throws his support behind Betty’s Bay baboons

In a letter to the Betty’s Bay Baboon Action Group he said he ‘fully supports’ the efforts of the group to allow the baboons to ‘continue to roam free’.

Courts Rape-accused Timothy Omotoso to spend third Christmas in jail

Omotoso has been in jail since 20 April 2017, when the Hawks in Port Elizabeth arrested him. He shares the dock with Lusanda Sulani and Zukiswa Sitho, who are out on bail.

Courts Malawian state’s appeal of Bushiris’ release ruling to be heard next week

It is not clear yet whether the Malawian government has received the formal extradition request from the South African government.

Courts Accused told me he ‘crushed’ Palesa Madiba, witness tells court

Dumisani Mkhwanazi is accused of killing Madiba, a University of Johannesburg (UJ) student, in 2013.

Courts Serial rapist gets three life terms and 134 years in jail

Chauke raped three of his victims and thereafter took pictures of their private parts, threatening them with posting the pictures on social media.

Politics Cele’s reaction ‘a performance of outrage’, says EFF in defence of Malema

‘Police must never be regarded as immune to confrontation and activism, should they make it their duty to brutalise those who stand for justice,’ said the party.

Crime Neighbour held following killing of three-year-old girl

Police said the suspect was hiding at a local farm when the community found him.

Society 8000 rapes reported in Q2 2020, Cele reveals ahead of 16 Days of Activism

Speaking to the media on Tuesday, Cele said the majority of women were raped in their homes or at the homes of perpetrators

Protests WATCH: Two more trucks set alight in KZN

At least 25 trucks have been set alight in the past few days as protests rage against the employment of foreign nationals in the trucking industry.

South Africa SAHRC flags PAC over ‘one settler, one bullet’ chant in Brackenfell

The SAHRC says it will also look into EFF leader Julius Malema’s alleged threats against the police, and whether these constitute hate speech or not.

Government Minister officially opens Tzaneen Correctional Centre

Lamola said there are plans for the construction of staff facilities that will house officials working at the centre to ensure that they can do their work with ease.




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