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The regional head of the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development in Gauteng has been subpoenaed to explain why a particular matter had been postponed almost 70 times.

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Coligny boy wanted to be a traffic cop – father

The 16-year-old boy who was allegedly murdered in Coligny had aspirations of becoming a traffic officer, his father has said on the sidelines of the bail application of the two men accused of killing him.

#WEFAfrica2017 must tackle inclusive growth – expert

To move beyond the “spin", the WEF forum should address impediments to inclusive growth, says Dr Stephen Labson.

Pollsmoor remand facility still at 174% capacity, says Sonke Gender Justice

Some progress has been made in reducing overcrowding at Pollsmoor Prison’s awaiting trial facility but there is much more to be done, says Sonke Gender Justice.

Wheelchair-bound man shoots alleged robber in East London

A wheelchair-bound man has shot and injured a man allegedly trying to rob him at an ATM in an East London mall.

Tutu’s granddaughter explains ‘I hate you’ Facebook post

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu’s granddaughter Nyaniso Burris says she doesn’t hate white people but her journey to self-love has been shaped by “people external to my own being".

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Trump, Putin signal new effort to co-operate on Syria

President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin have signalled the prospect of increased co-operation in Syria Tuesday, in what the White House called a “very good" phone discussion that included a focus on setting up safe zones.

May vows to be ‘bloody difficult’ as EU slams Brexit aims

Brexit negotiations have not yet started, but British Prime Minister Theresa May says she could be a “bloody difficult woman" in talks with the EU.

Diary

Zuma to speak at WEF

President Jacob Zuma is expected to speak at the World Economic Forum in Durban.

Memorial service for 18 learners killed in taxi crash

A memorial service for the 18 learners killed in an accident last week is expected to get underway in Sokhulumi Village in Mpumalanga.

Accused back in court for murder of Stacha Arends, 11

Randy Tango is expected to appear in the Mitchells Plain Magistrate’s Court for the murder of Stacha Arends, 11.

“I don’t hate white people but I do hate how they, people external to my own being, have shaped my own journey of self-love." – Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu’s granddaughter Nyaniso Burris
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