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  1. | 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.
  2. | 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.
  3. | DA's federal executive must decide on Zille hearing - Breytenbach
    DA MP Glynnis Breytenbach says her investigation into whether Helen Zille should be charged over her latest tweet saga is done, but the final decision lies with the party's federal executive council.
  4. | 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.
  5. | Trial date set for brutal Bredasdorp murder case
    A man accused of the brutal murder of a young woman in Bredasdorp will go on trial in weeks, the Western Cape High Court has heard.
  6. | 8 Sassa officials in court for alleged R5.5m fraud
    Eight Sassa officials have appeared in the Tonga Magistrate's Court for allegedly committing social grant fraud amounting to R5.5m.
  7. | Patients stranded in Limpopo as workers vow to continue strike
    The Limpopo department of health says it will be approaching the Labour Court for an order to have its striking officials report for duty.
  8. | Burning Transnet warehouse contained wax, plastic
    The Transnet warehouse in Rossburgh that is engulfed in flames contained large amounts of wax and plastic, the Ethekwini municipality says.
  9. | Unicef concerned for director who went missing on Table Mountain
    Unicef has confirmed that one of its associate directors has gone missing on Table Mountain while on holiday in South Africa.
  10. | EXCLUSIVE: Fake numbers, addresses for Mogoeng break-in suspects
    A News24 investigation into the identities of the three men arrested for the break-in at the office of the Chief Justice has revealed fake employment histories, a string of non-existent telephone numbers and residential addresses that don't quite add up.

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