News24 South Africa

  1. | Boy, 5, stuck in disused mine shaft since Saturday
    Conditions are still too unsafe to rescue a 5-year-old boy who fell into an open mineshaft in Witfield, on the East Rand.
  2. | I am entitled to R5.9m - acting Prasa CEO
    Prasa acting group CEO Collins Letsoalo has rejected as malicious a Sunday Times report that he increased his salary by 350%.
  3. | 2018 Mercedes-Benz A-Class spotted testing
    More Mercedes-Benz test mules have been spotted in Mpumalanga, this time it's the next-generation A-Class.
  4. | Dead Cato Manor 'death squad' accused still faces charges
    Captain Neville Eva, who died more than four years ago from organ failure, remains accused number two in the Cato Manor "death squad" criminal matter.
  5. | Manager protects teens during game reserve robbery
    During a robbery at a game reserve just outside Pretoria over the weekend, a manager made sure a group of teenage schoolchildren were kept safe.
  6. | Trial of KZN men charged with hate speech against Indians stalled again
    The trial of two KwaZulu-Natal men accused of hate speech against Indians has been delayed yet again.
  7. | Duplicate identity nightmare
    A Pietermaritzburg man has found himself embroiled in what seems to be a case of “identity theft”.
  8. | Cogta ‘sitting on aid funds’
    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) has been caught out, after it appears to have failed to spend at least 50% of its drought relief allocation.
  9. | 'I was a little antagonistic' - Dalton on his arrest
    Former Springbok James Dalton says an argument, and not a crime, resulted in his arrest outside a Sea Point eatery.
  10. | Soweto grandparents stretch pension grants to support orphaned grandkids
    Piece jobs, hand-me-downs and a little under R2 000 in grant money is how Edna Maxualane keeps her family going from month to month.

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