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News24.com | IFP, religious watchdog shocked by 'chemical healing' pastors
The CRL Rights Commission says it is shocked to hear about two pastors who have recently made headlines for giving congregants harmful liquids to drink.
News24.com | Cosatu's Dlamini calls on ANC to regroup
Cosatu president Sdumo Dlamini has called on the ANC to focus its energies on the national democratic revolution.
News24.com | ZCC pastor arrested for raping teen girl
A Zionist Christian Church pastor has been arrested for allegedly raping a sickly 18-year-old girl he was tasked with healing, say Eastern Cape police.
News24.com | Court orders appointment of special master to fast-track labour tenants' land claims
The Land Claims Court has ordered that a special master be appointed to assist labour tenants to make claims for portions of the land they have worked and lived on, says the Legal Resources Centre.
News24.com | Woman dies after car collides with truck near Bloem
A woman has died after the car she was travelling in collided with a truck along the N8 between Bloemfontein and Kimberley, say paramedics.
News24.com | Drafters of Constitution were a little 'starry-eyed'
If the architects of the Constitution could do it all over again, they might constrain the powers of the executive and make public institutions stronger.
News24.com | MK council meeting 'outside ANC structures' - Mantashe
ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe says the council meeting by former Umkhonto weSizwe members is an event "outside ANC structures".
News24.com | UCT welcomes community service sanction for students who contravened interdict
The University of Cape Town says it welcomes the community service sanction imposed on three students in the Wynberg Magistrate's Court for contravening an interim interdict.
News24.com | SABC board must walk the talk - Radebe
The SABC needs to walk the talk and abide by the Constitution in respect to the inquiry into the board's fitness to hold office, says Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe.
News24.com | Woman survives lightning strike in Johannesburg
A woman in her late 30s has been struck by lightning in Johannesburg, paramedics say.
News24.com | WATCH: Vessels collide in Port of Cape Town dry dock
Two vessels have collided in the Sturrock Dry Dock in the Port of Cape Town after the caisson, the watertight chamber, breached and the dry dock flooded.
News24.com | Last 3 board chairpersons 'a disaster' - former SABC risk chief
A former SABC group executive for risk and governance says the last three board chairpersons have been a disaster for the broadcaster.
News24.com | No such thing as a 20% maths pass mark – education dept
The Department of Basic Education has moved to clear up confusion over reports that it will allow junior high school pupils to pass maths if they achieved 20% in the subject.
News24.com | WATCH: Mom beats child at Joburg restaurant
Johannesburg residents are angered about an apparent child abuse incident that took place in broad daylight.
News24.com | Franziska fought back in Tokai Forest attack, court hears
Seven versions of what happened on the afternoon Kalk Bay teenager Franziska Blöchliger was murdered have been given by the main accused in the matter, the investigating officer has testified.
News24.com | PE education dept's power cut over unpaid bills
Electricity supply to the Eastern Cape education department in Port Elizabeth has been cut because of outstanding bills.
News24.com | Motsoeneng 'squatting' at SABC - former board member
Former SABC board member Krish Naidoo says Hlaudi Motsoeneng is "squatting" at the broadcaster, and can't understand how so many professionals are afraid of a "high school dropout".
News24.com | Freedom Charter scribe Beata Lipman dies
Beata Lipman, who hand-wrote the original Freedom Charter, has died at the age of 88 in Johannesburg.
News24.com | Government walking the talk on corruption - Radebe
Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe has praised government’s work in fighting corruption, saying it is walking the talk.
News24.com | Hlaudi's R500k demand, 'Pretoria', Guptas take centre stage in SABC inquiry
Former SABC acting CEO Phil Molefe has given an explosive testimony at Parliament's SABC inquiry, saying Hlaudi Motsoeneng threatened to "go to Pretoria" after he refused to give him a R500 000 increase.
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