News24 South Africa

  1. | Refugees march for legal recognition
    In a ruling the appeals court declared unlawful the decision by the Department of Home Affairs to close the Cape Town refugee reception office in 2012, and ordered the department to re-open it by March 2018. But as yet the office has not re-opened.
  2. | Court set to hear IPID's case against North West SAPS
    In heads of argument, the Independent Police Investigative Directorate says it is unlawful for police officers to conduct investigations, in which they have a personal interest, against IPID officers who are investigating them.
  3. | Suspended IPID investigator intervenes in 'Captain KGB' application, court hears
    The Specialised Commercial Crimes Court in Pretoria has heard that an IPID investigator, who was the investigating officer in the case against Crime Intelligence officer Morris "Captain KGB" Tshabalala, has made contact with Tshabalala's defence, saying that he should be released.
  4. | N2 remains closed at George and Knysna due to protest action
    Certain sections of the N2 in the Southern Cape have been closed due to ongoing protest action.
  5. | FUL wants Shaun Abrahams to come clean on suspended Nomgcobo Jiba’s visits to NPA offices
    Freedom Under Law is seeking answers after National Prosecuting Authority bigwig Nomgcobo Jiba, who has been placed on special leave, has been spotted at its Pretoria office.
  6. | EFF will fight Party Funding Bill in court if adopted in its current form
    The EFF's national legal head Kwena Manamela says the EFF has expressed its support for legislation regulating party funding but adds that, as the bill stands now, the party is opposed to supporting it.
  7. | JMPD officer's deadly car crash case postponed
    The case against the Johannesburg Metro Police Division officer facing charges in connection with the death of three people in a crash on the Golden Highway, has been postponed.
  8. | Driving licence examiners, learner applicants among 16 in the dock for corruption
    "The arrests followed a long investigation in which officials from the Howick driver learner testing centre were observed engaging in unethical and corrupt conduct," the Road Traffic Management Corporation has alleged in a statement.
  9. | Weather Update: Fine day across most of SA
    A fine day is predicted for most of the country on Thursday, while light rain is expected in the Western Cape towards the evening.
  10. | SANDF rifle linked to cash-in-transit heist, Minister Mapisa-Nqakula reveals
    Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula has revealed that at least one SA National Defence Force weapon has ended up being used in a cash-in-transit heist.