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17 8月 2018

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Matric pupils in KaNyamazane in Mbombela are worried about their upcoming exams, as schools remain shut during continuing protests
Protests in kaNyamazane in Mpumalanga are continuing this morning. Residents want government to repair their homes, which were damanged in severe hailstorms
A Cape Town organisation is raising awareness about the number of children killed as pedestrians or passengers on South African roads.
The 3 suspects arrested for Illegal Possession of explosives appeared in Nelspruit Magistrate Court and they were remanded in custody and matter postponed to 22/08/2018 for formal bail application. Silver Ndlovu (69) Isidro Antonio Cossa(35) and Xavier Rogerio Uurindja(32)
Port Elizabeth Police Spokesperson Priscilla Naidu says, If foul play is evident in the case of Mark Minnie the docket will change to murder. Police are also checking for gunshot residue on Minnies hands.
Hawks Surge in bomb threats and explosions in eThekweni/Durban Central has led to formation of special task team; 10 incidents are linked, says Lebeya.
Police in Port Elizabeth say they are willing to change their docket on Mark Minnie's death from inquest to murder, if evidence like forensic tests justifies this.
Port Elizabeth police have confirmed that the gun found next to the body of co-author of controversial book 'The Lost Boys of Bird Island', Mark Minnie does not belong to him.
A horrific crash has claimed 3 lives on the R40 near Dwaarsloop in Bushbuckridge Mpumalanga. Its believed the driver lost control and vehicle veered of the road before hitting a tree.
Cape Town police have arrested a suspected member of a syndicate that allegedly defrauds unsuspecting victims through an online dating scam.
MarkMinnie Police confirm a 58 year old Port Elizabeth man was found dead at his friend's farmhouse in Theescombe, Port Elizabeth last night.
Residents of KaNyamazane township in Mpumalanga have embarked on a violent protest blockading roads in and out of the area.
One suspect is expected to appear at the Verulam Magistrates Court today on charges of murder, after an unknown man was found dead in a dam at Cornubia in Verulam
South Africa's Constitutional Court rules that the appointment of the country's chief prosecutor Shaun Abrahams was "constitutionally invalid"
South Africa's high-speed train workers strike, services reduced
Five injured in Randfontein car crash
Putin praises trump for fulfilling voter promises, invites him to Moscow
South African court adjourns Zuma corruption case to Nov. 30
Turkey's President Erdogan says "There is a great need for more co-operation between the Islamic world, the OIC and BRICS countries and we can make better use of this opportunity" during his speech at the BRICS summit
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaking in Johannesburg says summit will improve the relationship between Turkey and BRICS countries
Zuma faces 16 charges of corruption in relation to 783 payments received in connection with a multimillion arms deal when he was deputy president of South Africa
South Africa's Zuma in third court appearance on corruption charges
Erdogan, Putin meet on sidelines of BRICS summit. 'Any kind of solidarity with Russia makes someone jealous,' says Turkish president.
BRICS bloc signs declaration reaffirming multilateral trade as per WTO rules
BRICS leaders take a family photo ahead of summit
South Africa cannot afford major nuclear expansion: top ANC official
Putin arrived in Johannesburg for the BRICS summit
The current international order, though not perfect, should not be discarded as one pleases: Chinese President Xi Jinping at the 2018 BRICS Business Forum
China President Xi, in South Africa, says if there's a global trade war there'll be no winner.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reaches Waterkloof in South Africa; He will take part in 10th BRICS Summit in Johannesburg tomorrow.
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