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South Africa

SIU raids Ratlou Local Municipality offices

Yesterday at 10:14 AM, via SAnews

Special Investigating Unit (SIU) investigators, with the assistance of the Hawks, have raided the offices of the Ratlou Local Municipality in the North West, after the municipality failed to cooperate with a SIU investigation.

UIF targets queues in North West

Yesterday at 10:08 AM, via SAnews

The Department of Employment and Labour’s Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) in the North West will from Monday embark on a service delivery drive aimed at reducing long queues at Labour Centres, and to reach out to areas that are far from the centres.

Nzimande dismisses claims of abuse of power

Yesterday at 09:13 AM, via SAnews

Higher Education and Training Minister, Dr Blade Nzimande, has dismissed claims that he has wanted the department’s Director-General (DG) Gwebinkundla Qonde to leave the department since 2019.

Suspects linked to deadly Phoenix violence expected to apply for bail

Yesterday at 08:52 AM, via Eyewitness News

At the last appearance of the accused on Monday, the NPA refused to name them saying, an identity parade was still outstanding. The media, and members of the public were denied access to the proceedings, which were held in camera.

Schoenmaker scoops SA’s first gold medal at Tokyo Olympics

Yesterday at 08:28 AM, via SAnews

Sport, Arts and Culture Minister, Nathi Mthethwa, has congratulated Tatjana Schoenmaker for scooping South Africa’s first gold medal of the Tokyo Games in the women’s 200m breaststroke in a world record on Friday morning.

WC DPP urges communities not to resort to vigilantism

Yesterday at 06:35 AM, via Eyewitness News

This week, 14 people were handed a collective sentence of over a thousand years for a vigilante attack in which six men were tortured and killed in Joostenberg Vlakte in December 2014

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