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Five accused in Northcliff triple murder due in court

JOHANNESBURG – Five men, accused of kidnapping and murdering three members of a Northcliff family, are expected to appear in the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday. Lechani Mlambo (28), Lucky Ligege (36)‚ Lesley Mokgadi (35), Robert Maluleke (28) and Japan Malatjie (28) face charges of housebreaking with intent to rob, …

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Free State Stars dominate Polokwane City

Polokwane City slumped to their third consecutive league defeat as they were beaten 3-2 by fellow-strugglers Free State Stars, in an Absa Premiership match played at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane on Tuesday evening. After just 24mins Polokwane City trail Free State Stars 0-3!!! — robertmarawa (@robertmarawa) September 19, …

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Pirates fans pleased as Buccaneers beat Cape City

Orlando Pirates rode their luck somewhat, but showed good character to earn a 1-0 win over Cape Town City in a drama-filled league match at the FNB Stadium on Tuesday night. Orlando Pirates fans, how are you feeling after tonight’s victory? Things under Micho are looking up: WDWDW ☠️☠️☠️☠️ pic.twitter.com/m15WNGsMGp …

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Teachers suspended after Durban school racism drama

DURBAN – Two teachers at the George Campbell School of Technology in Durban have been suspended pending an investigation into allegations of racism. Pupils at the school have accused teachers and a School Governing Body member of racism and assault. They claim they have been called monkeys and the K-word. …

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Police minister welcomes peace deal in Hout Bay

 Police Minister, Fikile Mbalula has welcomed a peace deal reached by Imizamo Yethu community leaders. On Sunday, the minister visited the area, following days of violent protests. He condemned the burning of property, warning that lawlessness won’t be tolerated. Mbalula says police visibility will also be increased in the area …

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SACP’s Mapaila fires new legal salvo against Zuma

 JOHANNESBURG – SACP Deputy Secretary General Solly Mapaila said President Jacob Zuma lied to his alliance partner when he fired Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan as part of his controversial cabinet reshuffle at the end of March. Mapaila said he’s filed an affidavit detailing his version of what happened. The SACP leader …

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