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  1. | OUTA to release plan to fight state capture ahead of Zuma no-confidence vote
    The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse says it will reveal its plan for combating state capture, ahead of vote of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma.
  2. | UCT denies evictions for non-payment of fees
    UCT denies that they are evicting students for non-payment of fees after the newly inaugurated SRC declared war on what it called an 'antagonistic anti-black move'.
  3. | Taxpayers fork out over R11m for suspended Phiyega, Mdluli
    Former National Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega and suspended former crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli have received a combined R11.5 million in salaries and benefits while sitting at home, Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has revealed in response to Parliamentary questions.
  4. | Ahmed Timol inquest taken back to 1971 during inspection in loco
    Struggle icon Salim Essop took the court back to 1971 when he was detained at John Voster Square on Commissioner Street.
  5. | Thembisile Yende murder accused consulted sangoma for 'cloak of invisibility'
    The investigating officer in the Thembisile Yende murder trial says that accused David Ngwenya, and two other suspects, came together shortly after the alleged murder to speak to a sangoma who makes people "invisible" to those investigating the case.
  6. | Policeman and another man suspected of rhino poaching arrested in KZN
    Five suspected rhino poachers have been arrested on the N2 near Ophongolo (Pongola), KwaZulu-Natal Community Safety and Liaison MEC Mxolisi Kaunda says.
  7. | Acting Umgeni Water chief executive appointed
    Umgeni Water has a new acting chief executive following the recent suspension of Msizi Gamede who faces corruption allegations, the Water and Sanitation department said on Tuesday.
  8. | Home Affairs DG questions authenticity of EFF's Gupta letter
    Doubt has been raised over the authenticity of one of the letters that the EFF released when it revealed that Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba had granted members of the Gupta family early naturalisation.
  9. | Tshwane MMC explains what mayor meant by 'build a wall' comment
    Tshwane MMC for Housing and Human Settlements has attempted to clarify what Mayor Solly Msimanga's meant when he called for a wall to be built between two warring communities in Mamelodi.
  10. | Northern Cape police clerks found guilty of defrauding SAPS
    Two clerks attached to the public order police unit have been found guilty of defrauding the SA Police Service, the Northern Cape Hawks say.

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