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15 November 2018 12:49 PM Missing KZN girl's body parts found in 2 pit toilets, relative arrested

A relative of a missing 8-year-old girl was arrested for murder on Thursday morning after police were led to two pit toilets in Driefontein, Ladysmith, where the child's body parts were found, KwaZulu-Natal police said. Celimpilo Nosbusiso Sibiya was reported missing six days after she disappeared and this "became an immediate concern to the investigating 14

15 November 2018 9:52 AM Trading 'limited' at V&A Waterfront following fire

The V&A Waterfront is partially open for business, a day after a suspected electrical fault caused a fire that resulted in an evacuation, the mall's management said on Thursday. Spokesperson Donald Kau said major outlets in the Victoria Wharf mall were operational. However, smaller stores remained closed until further notice. "Major brands like Woolworths 18

14 November 2018 12:41 PM Duduzane Zuma annoyed over Jonas' state capture cross-examination delay

It is regrettable that Duduzane Zuma travelled from Dubai to South Africa to attend the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture on Wednesday, only to be sent packing again. This is according to inquiry chairperson, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, after Zuma's advocate Piet Louw SC, lodged a formal grievance over the "embarrassment" and inconvenience 20

14 November 2018 12:17 PM BREAKING: Arrest warrant issued for Colin Booysen while in court for separate case

An arrest warrant has been issued for underworld figure Colin Booysen, the Cape Town Regional Court heard on Wednesday, as he appeared in court for a separate trial. Booysen - along with Nafiz Modack, Ashley Fields and Jacques Cronje - are currently on trial for a string of charges, ranging from extortion to money laundering, in relation to an alleged 20

14 November 2018 12:06 PM EFF loses two court matters in ongoing battle with AfriForum

It has been a bad day in court for the Economic Freedom Fighters, with them losing two battles with costs. This now brings to five the number of courts cases the red berets have lost to AfriForum since March 2017. On Wednesday, the EFF sought to interdict a warrant allowing the seizure its movable assets from its Johannesburg office, but failed after 19

14 November 2018 11:25 AM Breytenbach on why she pulled out of the race

Being the National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) would have been her dream job, but withdrawing from the shortlist of candidates was for the sake of keeping politics out of the office, DA MP Glynnis Breytenbach said on Wednesday. A panel assisting President Cyril Ramaphosa with the appointment of a new NDPP included Breytenbach - a former prosecutor 20

14 November 2018 6:12 AM Who paid SACP's R3m venue for its national congress?

While the SACP has denied claims that Vele Investments paid R3m to the Birchwood Hotel for the party's national congress last year, it says it can't say how it paid for the venue just yet as it is still considering its legal options. Vele Investments was a major shareholder in VBS Mutual bank. Asked by News24 about how the payment had been made, if not by Vele, the communist 20

13 November 2018 8:07 PM 'Didn't he say there'd be hell to pay?' – Twitter reacts to Gigaba's resignation

South African Twitter users have expressed their opinion on the resignation of embattled former minister of home affairs Malusi Gigaba. Gigaba, who has been closely associated with the infamous Gupta family and state capture, went viral with the hashtag #MalusiGigaba on Tuesday shortly after officially resigning. Gigaba left office amid mounting political 24

13 November 2018 8:59 AM Court orders VBS Bank to be liquidated

The North Gauteng High Court has granted an order to liquidate VBS Mutual Bank. This after the South African Reserve Bank's Prudential Authority applied for the final liquidation of the mutual bank. The bank's curators have previously identified its financial state "as hopelessly insolvent" and that there was no prospect of it being saved 25

13 November 2018 5:02 AM Court papers show Transnet executives 'colluded fraudulently'

Court papers filed by Transnet to recover R189m in inflated payments from Gupta-linked Regiments Capital have revealed collusion by senior executives of the state-owned firm, in allowing the transaction. Former Transnet CEO Siyabonga Gama, ex-chief financial officer Anoj Singh, Robert Ramosebudi who resigned in October as group treasurer and Garry Pita who vacated 23