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Sufficient evidence of sexual abuse at Al Noor: MEC
MEC for Social Development Sharna Fernandez says her department has uncovered strong evidence that children were sexually abused at the Read more.
Bo-Kaap seeks legal cost order against Blok developers
Blok Urban Developers may have to pay a R250 000 legal bill in addition to their own, if all goes according Read more.
Sassa wins case lodged by CPS, saves over R1.3 billion
The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has saved over R1.3 billion after Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) failed to prove Read more.
Tributes for SA Muslim visionary and pioneer Dr Thokan
The South African Muslim community is mourning the loss of Dr Shawkat Ali Thokan, a man considered the pioneer of Read more.
Al Noor staff concerned over the future of the orphanage
The premises of the Al Noor Orphanage felt like no man’s land on Wednesday, a far cry from a place Read more.
SAPS perceived as least trusted institution in SA – senior researcher
By Anees Teladia A senior researcher says that the police service is perceived as the least trusted institution in South Read more.
Community Cook-Up association feeds hundreds in Hout Bay
Following a devastating fire that ravaged the community of Imizamo Yethu in 2017, a group of residents took it upon Read more.
Auwal masjid to mark 50 years since the iconic Shaykh Minshawi’s death
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the death of the late and great Egyptian reciter Shaykh Muhammad Siddiq Al-Minshawi Read more.
Farmer accused of water transgressions, fined R3.5m in Western Cape court
As reported by Eyewitness News, Tierhoek Boerdery first appeared in after the Department of Water and Sanitation found that the farm’s Read more.
Steve Hofmeyr facing criminal charges over death threats to politicians
Fresh from smashing his DStv box up after MultiChoice dropped all of his content, Steve Hofmeyr has now bigger problems Read more.
SONA 2019: Security beefed up ahead of key Ramaphosa address
The safety and security preparations for Thursday’s State of the Nation address (SONA 2019) are on track, according to the National Read more.
Time for talk is over, youth caution Ramaphosa
The youth has cautioned President Cyril Ramaphosa that the time for long-winded talk is over, and now is the time Read more.
Cape Town welcomes more Muslim tourists
Cape Town is ranked as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It also has the highest population Read more.
SANDF dispatches team to Mozambique to probe border shooting
The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) on Tuesday night said it would send a “high-level team” to Mozambique to Read more.
Apartheid victims want to meet Ramaphosa, demand R1m each in reparations
A crowd of victims of apartheid gathered at the Union Buildings in Pretoria on Tuesday, demanding an urgent meeting with Read more.
Jacob’s ladder: These are the hurdles Jacob Zuma will face at Zondo commission
The Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture has pressed former president Jacob Zuma to indicate whether he will be Read more.
Erdogan: Egypt government should be tried over Morsi’s death
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that the Egyptian government should be tried in international courts for the death of former Read more.
‘Joints will be separated’: Grim new details of Khashoggi murder
Thirteen minutes before journalist Jamal Khashoggientered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2, Saudi officials inside the building discussed dismembering Read more.
A winnable nuclear war? New Pentagon document shows US military thinks so
The Pentagon document laying out the US doctrine of nuclear operations was publicly available for about a week, then made Read more.
Iran claims it shot American drone, US military doesn’t comment
Iran has shot down an American RQ-4 reconnaissance drone flying over Hormuzgan province, Tehran claims. The US military declined to Read more.