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News24.com | EXCLUSIVE: Durban pupil suspended over Instagram rape post
A pupil from one of Durban’s premier private schools has landed himself in hot water after an Instagram post making light of rape.
News24.com | How to bribe your way to a driver's licence in Johannesburg
For a bribe of between R2 500 and R4 300, you can get a learner’s and a driver’s licence from the Randburg Licensing Department.
News24.com | When you are young it's hard to prove yourself - UFS's youngest law lecturer
At just 27 years of age, University of the Free State student and advocate, Loyiso Makapela, has already taken giant leaps in her career.
News24.com | Councillor's family still traumatised by attacks
May 28, 2015 was the day Philippi residents burnt down ANC councillor Mzuzile Mpondwana's house. He retells his story one year on.
News24.com | ANC 'felt pressure on candidate selection'
The ANC felt a lot of pressure across the country over its selection of candidates for this year’s local government elections, a City of Johannesburg official says.
News24.com | Nest egg spent on new wing for women's centre
Your old couch or mismatched furniture could be put to better use, as the Saartjie Baartman Centre appeals for donations to kit out the new wing of its Cape Town premises.
News24.com | Police informant fears for his life after being exposed
A police informant who wanted to fight crime claims he is now living on the streets and fearing for his life after his identity was revealed during a drug raid in Cape Town.
News24.com | Cherie Blair to speak at women's event in Joburg
Cherie Blair, the wife of former British prime minister Tony Blair, is to speak at an event hosted by her foundation, to provide mentoring to aspiring businesswomen.
News24.com | We are finally moving forward - Baby Jordan's family
Eleven years since the murder of six-month-old Jordan Leigh Norton, her family says they are finally moving forward.
Fin24.com | Govt urged to dump Rosatom-linked advisory firm
Earthlife, who is expected to picket outside the offices of an nuclear advisory firm with links to Rosatom, has urged government to rescind its decision to contract the firm.
News24.com | Four alleged West Rand killers to apply for bail
Four people accused of killing an estate agent and two insurance brokers are expected to appear in the Roodepoort Magistrate's Court.
Fin24.com | Don’t rush to petrol stations, there’s no petrol strike - Sapra
There is no need for motorists to rush to fill their vehicles' tanks up with petrol, says the SA Petroleum Retailers.
News24.com | Dead man walks... into court
A man believed to have burnt to death in December last year has walked into the Krugersdorp Magistrate’s Court.
News24.com | ANC worried about Zuma effect on elections - MMC
The ANC is worried about the effect President Jacob Zuma will have on the party’s performance in this year’s elections, a Johannesburg city official has said.
News24.com | Zille sets DA sights on Beaufort West
The DA is hoping to win the Beaufort West and Central Karoo municipalities for the first time in the upcoming elections, Western Cape Premier Helen Zille said on Wednesday.
News24.com | Baby Jordan’s family to continue opposing parole for killers
The family of murdered Jordan Leigh Norton say they will continue to object to the release on parole of any of the six-month-old baby's killers.
News24.com | Two arrested for allegedly robbing motorists during Cape Town protests
Two people were arrested during protests on the N2 highway in Cape Town on Wednesday night for allegedly robbing motorists with knives and a "replica firearm", said the City of Cape Town's JP Smith.
News24.com | 'Pen mightier than the sword' as journalists plan pickets outside SABC
Journalists are set to picket outside the SABC’s offices in Johannesburg and Cape Town in solidarity with the public broadcaster's staff.
News24.com | In case you missed it: Wednesday's top stories
In case you missed it, find all Wednesday's top stories right here.
News24.com | SAHRC applies for leave to appeal Mangaung evictions
The SAHRC has applied for leave to appeal an order granted to the Mangaung metropolitan municipality to evict people illegally occupying land on a Bloemfontein farm.
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