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  • Hijacked car found in Chiefs player’s bay

    26 November 2013 10:55 AM 22

    November 26 2013 at 12:44pm By Sapa Johannesburg - Kaizer Chiefs Football Club has confirmed that a car which was hijacked in Johannesburg central has been found in the parking bay of one its players. “Yes, we can confirm that. The player is dealing with the matter,” said club spokesman Vina Maphosa on Tuesday. He declined to say whether the car had been found

  • Girl ‘forced to swim continuously’

    26 November 2013 10:18 AM 9

    November 26 2013 at 12:14pm By Sapa Bloemfontein - The parents of a 10-year-old girl are facing charges in a Bloemfontein court for apparently forcing her to practise sport extensively, the Volksblad newspaper reported on Tuesday. The mother of the girl was warned that she could face up to 10 years in prison for the charges she faced, the newspaper reported

  • DA refuses to be ‘counted like animals’

    26 November 2013 9:29 AM 19

    November 26 2013 at 11:27am By Babalo Ndenze Parties have again butted heads over the installation of Parliament’s electronic monitoring system to track the movements of all MPs, with the DA refusing to be “counted like animals”. The upgrading of the entire desktop system, which among other things electronically counts all votes by MPs, is in the process

  • Sanral welcomes Sacci e-tolls support

    26 November 2013 9:18 AM 12

    November 26 2013 at 11:11am By SAPA Johannesburg - The SA National Roads Agency Ltd (Sanral) has welcomed the support by the SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry for electronic tolling in Gauteng. “...Big business is a vital part of the economy of not only this province but of the country. It is therefore a significant endorsement to have its (Sacci's)

  • I’m not behind Numsa revolt, says Vavi

    26 November 2013 8:06 AM 11

    November 26 2013 at 10:03am By LEBOGANG SEALE Johannesburg - Zwelinzima Vavi has rubbished claims by Cosatu president S’dumo Dlamini that he instigated a revolt by metalworkers union Numsa against the labour federation and the ANC. The suspended Cosatu general secretary said he had nothing to do with the National Union of Metalworkers’ plan to dump Cosatu

  • Two Hawks linked to Krejcir arrested

    26 November 2013 7:50 AM 9

    November 26 2013 at 09:49am By Sapa Johannesburg - Two Hawks members linked to Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir were arrested on Tuesday morning, an official said. “The officers are linked with Krejcir's kidnapping case only,” said Hawks spokesman Paul Ramaloko. On Monday prosecutors named Krejcir’s co-accused in the charges of kidnapping and attempted

  • Cop claims colleague stroked his thigh

    26 November 2013 6:58 AM 16

    November 26 2013 at 08:57am By SAPA Cape Town - A Cape Town metro police officer has approached the Equality Court for redress after a female colleague allegedly repeatedly sexually harassed him, The Times reported on Tuesday. The 39-year-old superintendent accused the City of Cape Town of failing to protect him from the officer, of the same rank, who allegedly

  • Numsa rift claims its first casualty

    26 November 2013 6:47 AM 9

    November 26 2013 at 07:45am By LEBOGANG SEALE Johannesburg - Cedric Gina, the president of metalworkers union Numsa, says threats by the union to dump the tripartite alliance and the ANC in next year’s elections have forced him to resign. He said the union’s problems started when its general secretary, Irvin Jim, betrayed the union’s resolution for him to serve

  • One dead, 32 hurt in North West bus crash

    26 November 2013 5:36 AM 12

    November 25 2013 at 06:28pm By SAPA Rustenburg - A woman was killed and 32 people were seriously injured when a truck collided with a bus on the Mooinooi off-ramp of the N4, near Marikana, on Monday, the North West public safety department said. The bus was carrying members of the Zion Christian Church from Botswana to Limpopo, spokesman Ben Bole said. Most of the casualties

  • The Big Read: All the president's stooges

    25 November 2013 11:02 PM 18

    President Jacob Zuma is not a fool. He makes gaffes every week and has no idea what constitutionality means. But he is not a fool. He might not read - as has been alleged - but that does not mean he does not know what levers have to be cranked to ensure that he never gets inside a court. Since he became the president of the ANC in 2007, he has overseen