The Private Prosecution Unit wants a decision from the NPA within two weeks, because it is ready to start the prosecutions.
President Cyril Ramaphosa offered his condolences to Mokhosi’s family and friends.
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Corruption Watch researcher Melusi Ncala said one of the key contributing factors to corruption was the lack of anticorruption oversight by independent bodies.
‘Let’s not deal with women as they are only victims, they are also contributors. We are equally guilty,’ Deputy Minister of Social Development Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu said.
It was earlier reported Dlamini had ‘mysteriously’ fallen ill, claiming those close to him had suspicions he had been poisoned.
The group has been living in the corridors of the Waldorf Arcade for the almost a month, in the hopes of catching the attention of the UNHCR.

WATCH: SA’s favourite ads over the past 35 years

Kantar has compiled a list of the best-liked ads of every year from 1984 to 2018.

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The ad never won a Loerie but did win in England, Cannes and the US.

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CCTV networks are ‘driving an AI-powered apartheid SA’

CCTV networks are ‘driving an AI-powered apartheid SA’

Camera systems have so far been installed in predominantly white areas and AI will pick out black people as ‘the other’.

Human remains found in Verulam water reservoir

A municipal officer in Verulam, KwaZulu-Natal, discovered human remains in a water reservoir compartment on Friday during a routine inspection.

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Unions unlikely to be part of SAA business rescue

Unions unlikely to be part of SAA business rescue

It ‘is important to have an independent and impartial practitioner who is unbiased about all the role players, including the creditors, stakeholders and employees’.

Tutu’s family hope to have him home by next week

Tutu is receiving treatment for a ‘recurring infection’ in Cape Town.

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It’s business as usual at Bosasa’s Lindela migrant centre

It’s business as usual at Bosasa’s Lindela migrant centre

Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said as far as the department was concerned ‘we can’t move, we have no other place to take’ foreign nationals detained in the facility.

Retired archbishop Tutu ‘on the road to recovery’

‘He was as alert as ever and to me appeared to be well on the road to recovery,’ former Cape Town archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane said.

Motlanthe helps schoolgirls get involved in AI

The former president and his foundation are championing the AI in Africa initiative at a camp in Johannesburg.

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Get ready to change your habits to save water

Get ready to change your habits to save water

While all of us will have to review our water use, ‘vulnerable individuals and communities should get priority in water infrastructure investments and policies’.

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Govt must work with farmers on land reform – experts

Govt must work with farmers on land reform – experts

Similarly, the private sector must play a role in agricultural land reform and projects emanating from the process.

Court papers served on refugees in Cape Town church

Home affairs failed to arrive at the police station to document refugees after their initial arrest ‘because they said they knock off at 4pm’, the City of Cape Town said.

Don’t call ‘deranged’ Fritz Joubert a farmer, Agri Eastern Cape warns

‘To direct public opinion against the farming community for cheap political points, must be guarded against,’ Agri Eastern Cape president Doug Stern said.

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Corruption Watch to challenge ‘dispossession’ law in court

Corruption Watch to challenge ‘dispossession’ law in court

The Traditional and Khoi San Leadership Bill is ‘undemocratic’, as it allows traditional leaders to use land or enter into agreements without consulting their communities.




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