News24.com | PE church leader guilty of R3m fraud
A well-known Port Elizabeth church leader has been found guilty of fraud involving about R3 million, Netwerk24 reports.
News24.com | ANC NEC to discuss land, crime, racism - Mantashe
The ANC's NEC will discuss land, crime, and racism during its three-day meeting.
News24.com | Residents near Transnet fire urged to evacuate
Residents and businesses near the burning Transnet warehouse in Rossburgh, Durban, have been urged to evacuate.
News24.com | 2 arrested after couple attacked, woman gang-raped - police
Two people have been arrested after a couple were robbed and the woman gang-raped after they were hijacked on the R511 near Atteridgeville, Pretoria police have said.
News24.com | 'We are not trying to hide evidence' - Spur on play pen footage
Spur has denied claims that it tried to conceal evidence about the angry exchange between two parents at its Texamo outlet in Oakdene, Johannesburg.
News24.com | Anglican Archbishop calls for water activism
People must become activists for the protection of water sources to prevent a future with no clean water, Anglican Archbishop Thabo Makgoba has said.
News24.com | Alleged mastermind behind Chief Justice burglary arrested
After waiting for more than two hours at the Boschkop police station, the alleged mastermind behind the Office of the Chief Justice burglary has been arrested.
News24.com | Philippi pupils reject shipping container classrooms
Philippi High School pupils have protested outside the Western Cape legislature for proper classrooms, instead of the shipping containers they currently use.
News24.com | Carl Schoombie's brother relieved justice has been served
Carl Schoombie's brother has expressed relief that Brent Henry and Juane Jacobs have been found guilty of his murder by the Western Cape High Court.
News24.com | Alleged mastermind behind Chief Justice burglary speaks
Nkosinathi Msimango, the alleged "mastermind" behind the Office of the Chief Justice burglary, said he had been waiting in the reception area at the Boschkop police station for two hours, in the hope of speaking to a constable in connection with the case.