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The first sitting of the inquest into the death of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol 45 years ago, is set to begin in Johannesburg.
A man who has been arrested in connection with the murder of Eskom employee, Thembisile Yende, is set to appear in the Springs Magistrate’s Court.
Two men who allegedly forced Victor Mlotshwa into a coffin and threatened to pour petrol over him, are to appear in the Middelburg Regional Court.
Two North West farmers accused of killing a Coligny teen are expected to appear at the High Court in Mahikeng.
The City of Cape Town has condemned the torching of a MyCiTi bus in Joe Slovo.
The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal has said there is a common goal that sought to remove President Jacob Zuma and the ANC from power but did not factor in what would happen afterwards.
The economy and land must belong to all who live in South Africa, former African Union committee chair and ANC NEC member Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma says.
Parents must stop resorting to muthi in an attempt to protect criminals, Mpumalanga Community Safety MEC Pat Ngomane says.
The ANC's provincial executive committee in the Western Cape says utterances made by minority of its members is regrettable and goes against the party's policies.
A 43 year-old man, believed to be a Johannesburg taxi owner, has been shot and killed, the Kagiso police say.
Suspended Western Cape ANC leader, Marius Fransman, has called for Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to distance himself from the alleged thuggery taking place in his name.
Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe says the ANC needs to examine itself critically, individually and collectively ahead of the 2019 elections.
ANC NEC member Nathi Mthethwa has warned that if the ruling party cannot avoid a further split it must be ready to “kiss goodbye'' the progress it gained from the battle against apartheid.
The Democratic Alliance will be holding its public representatives accountable using an online digital application, its leader Mmusi Maimane has said.
Two initiation school nurses have been hailed as heroes after helping save lives during a fire in which two teenagers died, the Eastern Cape health department says.
The EFF says its leader Julius Malema is being spied on by not just the Guptas, but also the government.
The ANC Western Cape's leadership problems have taken a new turn ahead of the party's national policy conference in Johannesburg.
The threat of bird flu, which has been detected in the country, must be tightly monitored, the Democratic Alliance says.
DRC President Joseph Kabila is set to pay a state visit to President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria today amid questions over the timing of the meeting and suspicions that private interests could feature.
Home Affairs Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize says she will revoke the Gupta family’s citizenship should there be concrete proof they did anything wrong.

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