26 July 2016, 12:12:17

DA and EFF eating into ANC support - Popcru

The ANC faces the possibility of getting less than 60% of overall votes in the coming local government elections.

Court orders SABC to reinstate axed journalists

Four South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) journalists‚ axed last week for allegedly breaching the terms of their employment contracts‚ have been reinstated.

Snubbed councillor takes ANC to court

Just a week before local government elections, the ANC is being taken to the high court by one of its members who insists he was unduly replaced as a councillor candidate.

Mpumalanga city boss accused of pocketing funds

The Hawks are investigating the boss of a Mpumalanga municipality owed R2-billion by ratepayers for allegedly using his private bank account to receive some of the institution's money.

Priest killed in France church hostage taking: police source

A priest was killed on Tuesday after a hostage situation at a church near the northern French city of Rouen, a police source said.

Gwede Mantashe rebukes Fransman for dividing party in Western Cape

ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe has blasted the party’s chairman in the Western Cape, saying Marius Fransman "is trying to be divisive".

Rain Queen’s stature officially restored

More than four decades after being demoted‚ the Rain Queen is set to join the ranks of South Africa’s 10 officially recognised kings on Tuesday in Limpopo.
Monte Casino. Picture Credit: Marianne Schwankhart

Montecasino death highlights high suicide risk amongst problem gamblers

By the time they seek help‚ about 22% of problem gamblers have attempted suicide and 52% are thinking of committing suicide‚ the South African Responsible Gambling Foundation says.

Mokonyane could be disciplined for comments on ANC's R1bn campaign

African National Congress (ANC) head of elections Nomvula Mokonyane is talking herself into trouble with the party.
Knife crime - Stock image

Japan knifing suspect had said he was willing to kill disabled-official

The suspect in a fatal stabbing spree in Japan on Tuesday had been hospitalised early this year after expressing a willingness to kill disabled people if the government approved, a city official said.
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