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Lesotho Police Brutality

Lesotho Police Brutality Under Spotlight After Man Forced To Eat Faeces

MASERU, Lesotho – A man who was allegedly forced to eat his own excrement by police in Lesotho and was then beaten until he passed out, is expected to open a case...
Busisiswe Mkhwebane

All Issues Considered For Ramaphosa Probe Fell Within Mandate- Mkhwebane

Public Protector Advocate Busisiswe Mkhwebane has welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa's decision to take her report that found that he misled Parliament about donations for his African National Congress (ANC) presidential campaign on...
SA Chilly Temperature

Chilly Temperatures Expected Across SA As Cold Front Heads To CT

It's going to be another cold week thanks to a fairly strong cold front that's expected to hit Cape Town on Tuesday.The chill will spread to other provinces,...
City of Cape Town

City Of Cape Town Cracks Down On Delinquent Taxi Drivers

The City of Cape Town said it was clamping down on traffic violations after receiving several complaints about the behaviour of public transport operators.Officers have arrested over 3,000...
Deadly Shooting

Man Implicated In Deadly Shooting Of Delft Cop To Appear In Court

A suspect implicated in the murder of a Delft police officer is expected to appear in court this week.The officer was gunned down on Sunday while on patrol.
Busisiwe Mkwebane

Concourt To Rule On Mkhwebane’s Liability In Bankorp Bailout Matter

The Constitutional Court will on Monday rule on whether the Public Protector is personally liable for some of South African Reserve Bank’s legal costs in the Bankorp lifeboat matter.
Beyonce's Lion King Soundtrack

Africa Top10 Lifestyle & Travel News

Beyonce's Lion King Soundtrack is About to Cement Afrobeats in the Global MainsteamFor the new soundtrack for the Lion King, Beyonce has assembled...
Tshilidzi Marwala

Africa Top10 Business News

How to Commercialize the Vast African DatabaseTshilidzi Marwala from the South African Presidential Commission on the Fourth Industrial Revolution says " We need...
ANC

Zuma To Provide Written Statements On Areas Of Interest In State Capture Probe

It appeared that the dramatic events at the state capture commission on Friday could have been avoided had Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo been appraised of the legal teams’ deadlock on time.
Cyril Ramaphosa

Ramaphosa Considers Action Against PP Over ‘Unfortunate’ Findings

President Cyril Ramaphosa said the Public Protector's finding that he deliberately misled Parliament about donations to his party's election campaign was “unfortunate” and “deficient” both factually and in law.
China Gas Plant Blast

Huge Blast Rocks China Gas Plant, ‘Many Injured’: State Media

BEIJING - A huge explosion rocked a gas plant in central China on Friday, causing many injuries and shattering windows and doors of buildings in a three-kilometre radius, state media said.
Mkhwebane’s Findings

DA Wants ‘Appropriate Sanction’ For Ramaphosa After Mkhwebane’s Findings

The Democratic Alliance (DA) was calling on National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise to establish an ad hoc committee to investigate President Cyril Ramaphosa for misleading Parliament.DA leader Mmusi...
New EU Chief

New EU Chief Must Piece Together Diverse Top Team

After negotiating her own confirmation as president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen must now put together a 27-nation team to help her run the bloc.The...
Manana Quits Madibaz

Manana Quits Madibaz Rugby Club To Focus On EPRU Job

Former Springbok loose forward Thando Manana has stepped down as Madibaz Rugby Club president to focus on his new role as Eastern Province Rugby Union (EPRU) general manager.Last...
Mumbai Daily Train Commute

15 Killed In Dark Day For Mumbai Daily Train Commute

Fifteen people were killed in separate train accidents in a single day in Mumbai, police said Friday, with the sharp toll underscoring the dangers of India's overburdened rail network.

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