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Extensive training essential to combat cybercrime globally

11th April 2016 With cybercrime costing South Africa R1-billion a year, extensive training for police, prosecutors, judges and magistrates was essential to stop... 

Eskom suspends disconnections in four Mpumalanga municipalities

11th April 2016 Eskom has reached agreement with three municipalities and suspended electricity disconnections to another four municipalities in Mpumalanga, the... 

‘Bring it on,’ Breytenbach dares NPA

8th April 2016 Democratic Alliance MP Glynnis Breytenbach on Friday welcomed the announcement of her trial date, together with her former lawyer Gerhard Wagenaar,... 


There are still white farmers we can kick out – Mugabe

8th April 2016 Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe on Thursday said the country still had some white farmers who could be kicked out of their farms to make way for... 

DA reports Speaker and ANC MPs who voted to protect Zuma to Ethics Committee

7th April 2016 The Democratic Alliance (DA) on Thursday said it had reported the Speaker of the House and African National Congress (ANC) MPs who voted to defend... 

Proposal for MPs to apologise to Madonsela dismissed

7th April 2016 African National Congress (ANC) MPs on Thursday shot down a proposal by opposition parties for Parliament’s portfolio committee on justice to... 

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela loses fight for Qunu home

7th April 2016 African National Congress (ANC) struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s application for ownership of her late former husband Nelson Mandela’s... 

Wits SRC distances itself from violence at protests

7th April 2016 The University of Witwatersrand Student Representative Council on Thursday distanced itself from violence against feminists and members of the gay... 

City of Johannesburg hopes to end strike by Friday

7th April 2016 The City of Johannesburg on Wednesday explained why the boss at its waste-management entity, Pikitup, has was not been suspended despite a litany... 

Sudan’s Bashir to step down amid denials of human rights abuses

7th April 2016 Sudan’s President Omar Al-Bashir says he plans to step down when his current term in 2020 ends. He has also denied accusations of his security... 

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