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Last-minute rejig for Western Cape ANC list as accused 'step aside'

Last-minute rejig for Western Cape ANC list as accused 'step aside'

The ANC in the Western Cape was still fine-tuning its list of councillor candidates just hours before the crucial IEC deadline for the process.

Family of 10 who say they were ‘illegally evicted’ ask ConCourt for help

A family of 10 made a direct appeal to the Constitutional Court on Tuesday to prevent being left without a place to stay as they allege they were illegally evicted from the property of a former employer in July.

We saved more than 58‚000 jobs despite budget cuts and increased demand‚ CCMA says

The Commission for Conciliation‚ Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) says it was able to save 58‚165 of 138‚816 jobs that were likely to be lost to retrenchment in the 2020/2021 financial year‚ despite fiscal challenges brought by Covid-19.

WATCH | Body camera footage, 911 call reveal clues in Gabby Petito’s disappearance

TimesLIVE video takes you through body camera footage, a 911 recording of a domestic dispute and other evidence in the Gabby Petito case.

UK police plead for help over Nigerian boy's torso found in Thames in 2001

Police in London appealed on Tuesday to anyone with information about the murder of a Nigerian boy whose torso was found in the River Thames 20 years ago to come forward to help them solve the case, which they believe may have been a ritualistic killing.

Germans shocked by killing of cashier after Covid-19 mask row

German politicians expressed shock on Tuesday over the killing of a 20-year old petrol station worker after an argument about a face mask and said that coronavirus deniers who are willing to use violence will not be tolerated.

Trade union NUMSA to strike from October 5 in engineering sector

Numsa will stage a national strike in the country's engineering sector from October  5 after wage talks reached a deadlock, the union said on Tuesday.

Working from home places business growth at risk — report

Managers across industries say they are finding it difficult to supervise their teams virtually while younger employees face more distractions at home, putting productivity in businesses at a risk of decline.

Thuli Madonsela weighs in on ConCourt ruling

Former public protector Thuli Madonsela says she was not surprised by the Constitutional Court’s judgment on reopening the candidate nomination process for local elections.

Nearly R100m waiting to be claimed by three jackpot winners

Nearly R100m is waiting to be claimed by three punters who purchased jackpot winning tickets in the Powerball and Powerball Plus draws.

Bathabile Dlamini's perjury case postponed

The perjury case against ANC Women's League president and former social development minister Bathabile Dlamini has been pushed to next week Friday where she will be formally charged.

Sam Mkokeli in conversation with Mac Maharaj and Pallo Jordan

Join Sam Mkokeli in conversation with Mac Maharaj and Pallo Jordan, authors of the 'Breakthrough - The struggles and secret talks that brought apartheid SA to the negotiating table.'

Ninth soldier arrested for cross-border vehicle smuggling

Another soldier has been arrested in connection with cross-border vehicle smuggling, bringing the number of arrests in the case to nine.

Social workers probe allegation of incest against KZN father

A team of social workers has been deployed to a home in Bulwer, KwaZulu-Natal to investigate an allegation of incest against a 52-year-old father.

Grade 6 maths teacher shot dead at Cape Town primary school

The 53-year-old educator was sitting in his car in the school parking lot before school started when he was approached by two gunmen.

Ramaphosa says about 700,000 jobs created during Covid-19

In his keynote address at Cosatu’s four-day central executive committee meeting, Ramaphosa said the stimulus package had been able to “draw up to 700,000 into job opportunities during this period”.

Mpumalanga police on the hunt for school robbers who stole feeding scheme food

Robbers made off with groceries meant for a feeding scheme, computers, a TV and a wooden door after holding a security guard hostage at a high school near Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga.

Zuma fit to stand trial, say state medical experts

A legal team appointed by the state, which has been given access to former president Jacob Zuma’s medical records, has deemed that he is fit to stand trial.

Ndlovu trial: How could security guard sister afford hefty insurance policy payments?

This week, the state has also brought in a psychologist to analyse her behaviour on the stand. This is evidence that the state will use when it produces its heads of argument.

Free State man arrested after child's body found in maize field

The body of a missing seven-year-old Free State girl has been found in a maize field after an extensive search by police and community members.

Previously homeless, Maelekano now has own footwear line

Before launching his shoe business, isicathulo, in 2020, he also faced bouts of homelessness, unemployment and depression.

Boyfriend arrested for brutal murder of Eastern Cape woman

Neighbours of a 25-year-old Eastern Cape woman made a gruesome discovery when they found her half-naked lifeless body lying on the floor of her home.

SA will officially go to the polls on November 1, and this is what will happen leading up to election day

It's official, South Africans will cast their votes in the local government elections on November 1, after the date was formally gazetted on Monday.

NW provincial interim committee member Chauke among ANC leaders accused of rigging

ANC provincial and regional leaders who have been cited for investigation and sanction for their alleged role in the party’s chaotic local government election candidate selection process have vowed to fight.

YOUR COVID-19 QUESTIONS ANSWERED | Can drinking alcohol protect you against Covid-19?

Don't be fooled: drinking alcohol offers no protection against Covid-19

Prosecutors rest case against R. Kelly after month of testimony

U.S. prosecutors on Monday rested their sex trafficking case against R. Kelly, after a month of often disturbing and graphic testimony from people who accused the R&B star of sexually abusing women and girls.

LISTEN |Zuma says SA is becoming a 'constitutional dictatorship' as he speaks out after ConCourt loss

Former President Jacob Zuma said: “The Constitutional Court in this case somehow found it fitting to deviate from its own rules and it was again another case of the laws and the constitution being bent and manipulated to specifically deal with Zuma,”.

Mining executive shot in 'apparent robbery' outside his home

The company, which is listed on the JSE and the London Stock Exchange, said Van den Bergh was stable in hospital after being seriously injured in what it said looked like a failed robbery attempt outside his Johannesburg home.

‘We will never act in a partial manner,' says IEC as it faces scrutiny

The country's apex court on Monday dismissed the DA’s bid to declare the reopening of the registration process as unlawful, unconstitutional and invalid.
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