23 August 2014, 07:25:48

Arbitraytor appointed in spy tape matter

Legal teams representing the DA, President Jacob Zuma and the NPA have agreed on an arbitrator to review the full-set of the so-called spy tapes records, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille said on Friday.

Netcare loses bid to block KPMG from health inquiry

Healthcare company Netcare on Friday lost its bid to have KPMG blocked from working on a market inquiry into the private health sector, the Competition Commission said.

Bail for MTPA rhino theft accused

Four Mpumalanga men arrested in connection with the theft of 112 rhino horns were each released on R20,000 bail in the Nelspruit Magistrate's Court on Friday.

'I paid out of my pocket to save an actor’s life': Mfundi Vundla

Generations producer Mfundi Vundla says that he feels betrayed by the fired actors as they have been painting him as an exploiter.

No obligation to make Nkandla report public: SIU

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) does not have to make its report on security upgrades to President Jacob Zuma's home public, it said on Friday.

SA education ready to jump: Motshekga

Struggling schools across South Africa will benefit from the National Education Collaboration Trust (NECT) initiative, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said on Friday.

Duduzane Zuma inquest set for November

The formal inquest into whether President Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane can be held responsible for a fatal taxi accident was postponed in the Randburg Magistrate's Court on Friday.

EFF 'trampling on dignity of Parliament'

The Economic Freedom Fighters trampled on Parliament's dignity by disrupting proceedings in the National Assembly on Thursday, ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe said.

Picture of the day: If looks could kill

While the general public was focusing on the EFF's 'staged protest' in Parliament, social media was buzzing with comments on the photo of Zuma's facial expression.

173 MH17 crash victims identified

Forensic experts have identified 46 additional victims of the downed MH17 flight, bringing to 173 the total number of passengers killed whose identity has been verified, the Dutch justice ministry said Friday.
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