News24 South Africa

  1. | Court convoy heads to Van Breda house on day two of triple murder trial
    An in loco inspection will take place at the De Zalze Estate in Stellenbosch, day two of the triple murder, attempted murder and defeating the ends of justice trial of Henri van Breda.
  2. | Terror-accused twins expected back in court
    Twin brothers accused of planning to set off explosives at a US embassy and at "Jewish institutions" are expected back in the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court.
  3. | Ntlemeza hands over state property
    Amid threats to have him arrested, former Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza has returned a state vehicle and cell phone to the Hawks and maintained he did nothing wrong.
  4. | 1000s of day-old chicks burnt alive during Lichtenburg protests
    About 38 000 day-old chicks have been killed when a truck was set alight during a service delivery protest in Lichtenburg.
  5. | Court arguments on whether ex-Mandela cop was framed
    Arguments in the mammoth trial focusing on the policeman previously hand-picked by former president Nelson Mandela to head an elite investigative unit has heated up in the High Court.
  6. | Public Works cancels Nkandla briefing
    Public Works Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko has cancelled a press briefing where he was expected to "set the record straight" on further upgrades to President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead.
  7. | Broadcasting does not cause reputational damage, psychiatrist says in Van Breda matter
    A psychiatrist has dismissed the argument that broadcasting Henri van Breda's trial would lead to reputational damage for witnesses, saying the damage will be done by unprepared witnesses.
  8. | Henri van Breda questioned in an ice cold room wearing only his underpants, court hears
    Henri van Breda was questioned in an ice cold room wearing only his underpants and was not told his rights, he has alleged in his plea explanation in the Western Cape High Court.
  9. | CRL to meet with Afrikaans only residence management
    The CRL Rights commission announced it will meet with the management the “Afrikaans only” De Goede Hoop residence for students from the University of Pretoria (UP).
  10. | 88 days of water in Cape Town left
    The City of Cape Town says the city's feeder dams only have enough water for another 88 days.

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