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  1. | Zuma's days in court far from over
    The conclusion of the court case relating to President Jacob Zuma's removal of Mxolisi Nxasana as NDPP, which found against Zuma, does not mean that the presidential schedule has been cleared of court proceedings.
  2. | Mahlobo: Corruption is corruption
    The ANC's subcommittee on peace and stability says corruption is a "cancer" and it will be one of the issues discussed at the party's upcoming national elective conference.
  3. | #News24 ICYMI: Pauw and News24 journalist’s lawyer demands full disclosure; Caster and Violet celebrate two years of bliss; and Metrorail services remain suspended
    President Jacob Zuma’s deadline extended by Shaun Abrahams; New York rocked by pipe bomb explosion and The Blitzboks have slipped behind New Zealand to second on the overall World Rugby Sevens Series standings.
  4. | Metrorail services on Cape Town central line remain suspended
    Metrorail has announced that its central line train service remains suspended until further notice as commuters struggle to get to and from work using alternative modes of transport.
  5. | Men accused of killing Coligny teen go on trial next year
    The two men accused of killing a 16-year-old in Coligny, after he was caught allegedly stealing sunflowers, will go on trial in March next year.
  6. | Silicosis: we’re close to a deal with the mines, says miners’ attorney
    A settlement between thousands of sick gold miners and the mining industry is possible before the end of the year, according to one of the attorneys for the sick mineworkers.
  7. | Northern Cape police captain arrested for fraud, money laundering
    A police captain and a former administrative officer at the Springbok SAPS have been arrested on charges of fraud, money laundering and theft, the Northern Cape Hawks say.
  8. | Trollip reshuffles Nelson Mandela Bay mayoral committee
    Nelson Mandela Bay Mayor Athol Trollip has announced changes to his mayoral committee.
  9. | Conference will go ahead, despite court challenge - Free State ANC
    The ANC in the Free State has dismissed the threat of yet another court battle over the legitimacy of its provincial congress, and says it will push on with its second day of conference.
  10. | Pregnant woman dies of listeriosis
    A pregnant woman has died of the foodborne illness listeriosis, the Gauteng Department of Health says.

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