24 April 2015, 15:27:32

'Lifetime of under-achievement for beaten children': Study

Parents who punish their children physically are sentencing them to a lifetime of under-achievement‚ the newspaper reported.

Alleged Libode cop killers nabbed

Four men suspected of brutally killing a Libode policeman and seriously injuring another during a botched armed robbery were arrested on Friday morning.

Suspended SAA CEO resigns

Suspended South African Airways (SAA) CEO Monwabisi Kalawe has resigned.

Fort Hare students protest poor accommodation conditions

Scores of students held a “sleep-in” protest over four-to-a-room overcrowding at University of Fort Hare (UFH) residences on Thursday night.

Metrobus in the spotlight again after horror crash on Jan Smuts

Questions about the safety record of Johannesburg’s Metrobus service have been raised again following a head-on collision between two buses on Jan Smuts Avenue in Saxonwold early on Friday morning.

‘Outraged’ Nzimande calls for academic boycott of Israel

An “outraged’ Blade Nzimande on Friday called on all South African universities and colleges with partnerships and academic relations to “cut their ties with Israeli institutions”.

Former Zuma pilot can appeal against prison time

Pule Ramolefi, a former pilot to President Jacob Zuma, may not appeal against his conviction for murder.

Mashinini has not been appointed IEC chair: Presidency

The chairmanship of the Independent Electoral Commission has not yet been determined‚ Presidency spokesman Mac Maharaj told BD Live on Friday.

Hlaudi must pay for his own appeal: Cope

The Congress of the People (Cope) on Friday said it wants Hlaudi Motsoeneng to found the appeal against his suspension “in his own individual right and let him fund his own costs”.

Did the SAPS and SANDF raids violate the rights of hostel dwellers?

South African Police Service and the South African National Defence Force have raided hostels in Jeppestown and Alexandra township in Johannesburg. Journalists on the ground have reported on the raids, but they’ve forgotten to ask one crucial question: did the SAPS and the SANDF protect the rights of hostel dwellers?
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