Cannibalism case resumes

The case of a man accused of cutting out and eating a man's heart will resume in the Athlone Magistrate's Court in Cape Town on Tuesday.

Marine murder trial continues

The trial of four men accused of killing former Royal Marine Brett Williams is set to continue in the Durban Regional Court on Tuesday.

Soweto says no to e-tolls

Soweto residents have rejected e-tolls at a community meeting in Orlando. They attended a meeting Monday night to discuss the socio-economic impact of e-tolls.

VUT to reopen campus, resume classes

Classes are due to resume at the Vaal University of Technology, the institution said on Monday, when campus is reopened on Wednesday.

More jobs but fewer skills among black youth

Government promises action to create jobs for young black South Africans. Black youth make up only 15% of skilled labour.

Regional leaders hold emergency Lesotho meeting in Pretoria

Lesotho's leaders are planning to head to the polls early, and SADC will send a South African-led observation mission there for three months to ensure peace and stability.


Government warns of SA generational catastrophe

South Africa is dealing with a generational catastrophe according to the government on Monday.


SA Muslims denounce 'religious' violence

Members of the South African Muslim community have denounced attacks carried out in the name of Islam by Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (IS) and Boko Haram in Nigeria.


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