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LIVE: 'Guptas wanted four people removed from Treasury' - Fuzile tells #StateCaptureInquiry how picture unfolded

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has wrapped up his testimony at the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture, and former national Treasury Director General Lungisa Fuzile takes the stand.

Man's ex allegedly stabs him to death after finding him with new girlfriend

Police in Barkly West in the Northern Cape are investigating the murder of a 24-year-old man after he was allegedly stabbed by his 26-year-old former girlfriend.

Sanef to Malema: Engage with editors, not specific journalists, about perceived media bias

The South African National Editors' Forum has raised concerns about attacks on journalists by EFF leader Julius Malema.

WATCH LIVE: Lungisa Fuzile testifies at #StateCaptureInquiry

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has wrapped up his testimony at the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture, and former national Treasury Director General Lungisa Fuzile takes the stand.

Fire at Sandton building extinguished

A fire that broke out at the Michelangelo building in Sandton has been extinguished.

Malema, Shivambu linked to VBS cash - report

EFF president Julius Malema, deputy president Floyd Shivambu and the party itself benefited from the wide-scale looting of VBS Mutual Bank, according to the results of an investigation published by the Daily Maverick.

Media24 publications named finalists in WAN-IFRA 2018 African Digital Media Awards

Media 24 publications are finalists in the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers' 2018 African Digital Media Awards in five categories.

#VlakfonteinMurders: Load shedding leads to case being postponed again

It has been another day of justice delayed for the relatives of the Khoza family as the highly publicised Vlakfontein murders case was postponed once again and transferred to the Protea Magistrate's Court due to load shedding.

Protesting Bo-Kaap residents claim small victory as crane leaves, charges dropped

Bo-Kaap residents cheered and waved as a crane belonging to construction company Blok left the neighbourhood.

#StateCaptureInquiry: 'My daughter has not done business with the state' - Gordhan

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has come out strongly in defence of his daughter, saying she does not do business with the State.

WATCH: Stun grenades fired, rocks hurled in tense stand-off between police, MyCiTi strikers

Striking MyCiTi workers have been released from the Cape Town civic centre, after the building was placed on lockdown when protests began on the ground floor.

Jason Rohde won't testify for lesser sentence, but his daughters might

Convicted murderer Jason Rohde states in an affidavit that his daughters want to testify and that his attorneys recommend that the public and press be barred from hearing his eldest daughter's testimony.

Lightning is a killer - here's how to keep safe

Lightning is a very real danger in this country, and despite the general public knowing that it is dangerous, we don't really seem to grasp just how dangerous it is.

Crooks, dogs, Stratcom and casualties of war - 11 quotes from Malema outside the state capture commission

Here are some of the most memorable quotes from a speech EFF leader Julius Malema made attacking public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan, the media and the state capture commission of inquiry while outside the commission.

Police officer arrested for demanding R3 000 bribe, another escapes

A Johannesburg police constable has been arrested on charges of corruption.

Former Gupta newspaper offices to be auctioned

The offices that formerly housed the Gupta-owned The New Age newspaper have been put up for auction.

Woman hitchhiking to Cape Town nabbed in cocaine bust

A woman who is believed to have been hitchhiking to Cape Town was arrested after a police dog unit found her with 2kg of cocaine, Southern Cape police have said.

MyCiTi strikers released from Cape Town civic centre after tense police stand-off

Striking MyCiTi workers have been released from the Cape Town civic centre, after the building was placed on lockdown when protests began on the ground floor.

WATCH: Dramatic scenes as Bo-Kaap residents clash with police

Three men and one woman have been arrested as a group of protesting Bo-Kaap residents, many of them elderly, attempted to block a developer's crane from entering the area and later clashed with police.
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