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Police refute claims that Thato Motale’s death is linked to protests

Potchefstroom: Police in the province noted with concern serious allegations made through various media sources regarding an incident in which Thato Motale was allegedly shot by the police on Thursday, 19 April 2018.The death is not related to the prot...

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Another victory as gang members sent to jail in Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth: The Provincial Commissioner for the Eastern Cape, Lt Gen Liziwe Ntshinga has hailed the sentencing of yet another two gang members in Port Elizabeth.On Wednesday, 25 April 2018, Courtney Matroos (25) and Aldine Jacobs (24) were sentence...

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Rape suspect nabbed after victim’s screams alerted community members

Police have arrested a 24-year-old male for rape. This was after the members of the public heard a woman's screams coming from the bushes near Chiselhurst, East London. The victim was able to give the description of suspect and the SAPS Cambridge's tas...

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Limpopo police launch search operation for a missing elderly woman

Levubu: The police in Levubu around the Thohoyandou Cluster have launched a search operation since the disappearance of a 65-year-old woman, Munonokha Makwarela who resides at Tshakhuma Mitsindoni village. She was last seen by her son on Monday, 23 Ap...

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Mandela portrait: art that will warm your heart

The largest Madiba portrait has been unveiled at Zonderwater Correctional Centre in Cullinan, east of Pretoria. The Massive Mandela Masterpiece, made in collaboration with inmates and the 67 Blankets movement, is the world's largest portrait of the lat...

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SOUTH AFRICAN EDUCATION DEPT ORDERED TO REPLACE ALL PIT LATRINES IN SCHOOLS FOLLOWING DEATH OF BOY

POLOKWANE, SOUTH AFRICA-- The High Court in Polokwane in South Africa's Limpopo Province has ordered the Department of Basic Education (DBE) in the province to replace all pit latrines in schools following the death of a five-year-old pupil, Michael Ko...

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