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National crime stats expected
National crime stats expected

Minister of Police Nkosinathi Nhleko is on Friday expected to release the 2013/2014 annual crime statistics.

  • ANC fails to call Madonsela, ZumaANC fails to call Madonsela, Zuma

    The ANC on Thursday did not budge on calls from opposition parties to call Public Protector Thuli Madonsela and President Jacob Zuma regarding misspending at Nkandla.

  • Marcus to step downMarcus to step down

    SA Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus is stepping down from her position on November 8, and President Jacob Zuma extended his gratitude to her on Thursday.

  • Corruption Watch: Remove MaphatsoeCorruption Watch: Remove Maphatsoe

    President Jacob Zuma should remove Deputy Defence Minister Kebby Maphatsoe, Corruption Watch has urged.

Four arrests over Coke cans
Four arrests over Coke cans

Gauteng police said on Thursday that four men were arrested for allegedly being in possession of stolen Coca-Cola cans.

Court Update
Pensioner eviction correct: Court
Pensioner eviction correct: Court

The Constitutional Court ruled on Thursday that the City of Cape Town's eviction of a pension from her home as a result of illegal activity on her property was correct.'

SA politics must be more meaty: Hartley
SA politics must be more meaty: Hartley

Ray Hartley, Times media editor and author, said on Thursday that South African politics should go on the "Noakes diet", as it needed to become more meaty.

National Conversation
All sects welcomed to open mosque
All sects welcomed to open mosque

Residents in Cape Town have expressed their disdain for "open religion" outside a building that claims to be South Africa's first gender-equal, non-sectarian mosque.

Strange World
No funding for poor students: Sasco
No funding for poor students: Sasco

The SA Students Congress (Sasco) said on Thursday that the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) was out of order for saying it had no funding for fees.

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    Temitope Balogun Joshua is under pressure following the collapse of a building belonging to his The Synagogue, Church of All Nations on Friday, a disaster in which 70 people had been killed.

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