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The Daily Maverick is reporting the SARS commissioner aided acts of money laundering and fraud.
The media giant admitted to price-fixing and fixing of trade conditions, and has entered into a settlement agreed with the Competition Commission.
RCL Foods, founded as Rainbow Chicken, announced that independent tests conducted in France had shown its Wolwehoek plant to be clear of Listeria ST6.
The land claim, originally filed in 1995 by the Bakwena Ba Mare a Phagole community, affects hundreds of individuals and companies in Johannesburg and Ekurhuleni.
On Thursday, angry residents went on the rampage, setting fire to two farms.
Over five years after the Marikana tragedy, nine police officers have been charged in connection with killings that happened in the week leading up to August 16, 2012.
A delegation from the National Council of Provinces says it's shocked by the death of yet another child in a pit toilet.
The president says he wants a full report on the incident, which took place this week along the Pretoria-Pretoria Pienaarspoort corridor, by no later than Friday.
Amcu president Joseph Matunjwa says workers and the community have not been consulted.
During the trial, Momberg said she shouted racial slurs at the police officers and 10111 operators because she was traumatised and would not normally have insulted them.
In June 2016, Julius Malema told supporters in Newcastle to occupy land because it belonged to blacks, and saying whites could not claim ownership of land.
Dantjie said the two youngest children died upon arrival at the hospital while their mother died in the early hours of Monday morning.
'I have instructed the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) to monitor these properties and ensure that services are not illegally reconnected at these sites.'
In 2017, 60-year-old Peter Frederiksen was convicted of 36 charges by the Free State High Court.
The Australian High Commissioner in South Africa was summoned by Dirco over remarks by Australia's Home Affairs Minister
The South African Cabinet on Thursday announced it had approved a bill that will criminalise hate crimes and hate speech. The bill will now be sent to Parliament for processing.
A sugar cane farm in KZN has been set on fire by community members of Umlalazi in Eshowe.
Is racism the exclusive domain of a particular population group? Not so, says African scholar and philosopher Professor Achille Mbembe.
The GDE has called for disciplinary action to be taken against pupils caught on video fighting in school. In the video, the boys are seen attacking each other violently.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has described it as a pro-poor bill that will transform the South African economy.
The Concourt ruled that minimum sentencing legislation in cases involving drug manufacturing or drug dealing cannot apply where the State has not proved the market value of drugs.
This is the first time that the ZCC accepted an application from ANC leadership to visit the church.
Ministers of Health from South Africa, Botswana, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, and Namibia met on Thursday.
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