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News24 | Six of the seven alleged killers of 'AKA' and 'Tibz' face a collective 19 murder charges

Six of the seven men charged for the murder of celebrated musician Kiernan “AKA” Forbes and his friend, businessman Tebello “Tibz” Motsoane collectively face 19 murder charges.

News24 | 'We've nothing to hide': Pick n Pay moves to liquidate stores as franchisee loses appeal bid

A deeply indebted Pick n Pay franchisee has been dealt a decisive legal blow in his battle against the retail giant. Pick n Pay has now moved to have the franchisee's businesses liquidated.

News24 | Transnet appoints acting CEO as new boss

Transnet acting CEO Michelle Phillips has been appointed as its new head.

News24 | Pandor calls on ACDP to use contacts in Israel to 'stop the bombardment of the people of Palestine'

International Relations and Cooperation Minister Naledi Pandor asked an ACDP member, a party sympathetic towards Israel, to use his connections to ensure aid was safely delivered to war-torn Gaza.

News24 | WhatsApp sisters: Alleged serial rapist's 37 victims form group to support and love each other

Thirty-seven Gauteng rape victims have found comfort in each other through a WhatsApp group they formed. The social media platform helps the women support each other through their grief. The women connected after the arrest of Sipho Lucas Phiri - the man alleged to have raped them.

News24 | 'Unfit for human use': Cop building in Pretoria evacuated, closed but core policing not affected

A police building in Pretoria has been closed after it was "declared unfit for human use".

News24 | Govt may harm Reserve Bank by tapping reserves, S&P says

South Africa’s decision to tap profits on the country’s gold and foreign-exchange reserves to curb debt levels could impact the independence of the central bank, warned analysts at S&P Global Ratings.

News24 | William Gumede | Should new laws be on the cards to govern coalition governments?

New coalition governance laws, frameworks, and regulations, if proposed, will have to be carefully considered so they do not undermine democratic representation, flout the Constitution, and cause even more instability, writes William Gumede.

News24 | Christian Horner: 'I don't want to compromise, I have done nothing that I need to say sorry for'

There was no immediate response from Christian Horner to the news on Wednesday that he had been cleared by Red Bull of inappropriate behaviour towards a female team member but with the announcement will come a massive sense of relief.

News24 | 'Very unusual': Parliamentary committee shuts out media for Gordhan's SAA hearing

Parliament's Public Enterprises Committee has closed its doors to hear evidence on SAA from Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan

News24 | City of Tshwane officials shut down illegal LPG depot

The City of Tshwane's Emergency Services Department has closed an illegally operated liquified petroleum gas (LPG) depot at a plot in Laezonia.

News24 | Six of the seven alleged killers of 'AKA' and 'Tibz' face a collective 19 murder charges

Six of the seven men charged for the murder of celebrated musician Kiernan “AKA” Forbes and his friend, businessman Tebello “Tibz” Motsoane collectively face 19 murder charges.

News24 | Soweto households without electricity for seven months

About 160 households in Dobsonville, Soweto, have been without electricity since June when a transformer failed. Many of those affected are pensioners.

News24 | Nyanga cop accused of letting taxi boss use police van, is gunned down in Ocean View

Western Cape police have yet to arrest the suspects who gunned down two people, including an off-duty police constable, and seriously injured two others in the Masiphumelele informal settlement in Ocean View on Sunday night.

News24 | Pandor calls on ACDP to use contacts in Israel to 'stop the bombardment of the people of Palestine'

International Relations and Cooperation Minister Naledi Pandor asked an ACDP member, a party sympathetic towards Israel, to use his connections to ensure aid was safely delivered to war-torn Gaza.

News24 | It's ANC progress that supported 'Enzo' and 'Tintswalo' – 'not the holy spirit', says KZN premier

It is the ANC government that has made significant progress and positively impacted the lives of the poor, and not the work of the holy spirit, KwaZulu-Natal Premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube said.

News24 | Thursday's weather: Partly cloudy and hot to warm, but several warnings are in effect

The South African Weather Service has forecast partly cloudy and hot to warm temperatures with thundershowers and isolated showers for some provinces in the country.

News24 | 'Unfit for human use': Cop building in Pretoria evacuated, closed but core policing not affected

A police building in Pretoria has been closed after it was "declared unfit for human use".

News24 | Brakpan bridge drowning victim was gentle giant with heart of gold, says son

The family of Jeremiah Geyer, 67, who drowned in the flooded Stoffberg Avenue subway in Brakpan on Monday, is reeling after his death.

News24 | UPDATE | Du Toitskloof Pass fire: Tunnels, passes reopened as firefighters make progress

A fire broke out close to Du Kloof Lodge in Du Toitskloof Pass on the N1, said Jo-Anne Otto, the spokesperson for the Cape Winelands District Municipality.

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