‘Our state hospitals are the epicentre of human trafficking and baby trafficking. We can say unequivocally that this happens at Steve Biko Academic Hospital, Tembisa Hospital and George Mukhari Academic Hospital,” said Dr Iqbal Surve on Wednesday.
Eight truck drivers were arrested in Harrismith after they refused to remove their trucks from the N3 highway on Tuesday. The suspects will also be charged with public violence.
A 23-year-old suspect was arrested for allegedly stabbing a man to death in Aquapark, Kirkwood. The police are also searching for the suspects responsible for killing a man at a vegetable project farm near Bersheba.
Phillip Mnguni, 35, was killed when the occupants of a silver Mercedes opened fire on his vehicle on the N4 highway. The police said the deceased was the number one Boko Haram suspect.
KwaZulu-Natal is home to 22 of the 43 worst run local municipalities in South Africa, according to an Index. The ANC and IFP were most popular with voters in these areas during the 2016 LGE.
We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on Tuesday 26 October 2021.
Jamar Bailey was sentenced to 25 years imprisonment for attempted murder. The police’s investigation found that he Googled ‘how to poison a baby’ and ‘how to kill a newborn.’
The police in the Free State are investigating a case of culpable homicide after a collision between trucks on the N5 Bridge over the Nuwejaar River.
‘This is your friendly reminder that voting for independents, community organisations and parties other than DA or ANC is not a “wasted vote”,’ said Maimane’s One South Africa Movement.
‘We are making progress. It’s a difficult case, no doubt about it, but we are making progress,’ said Bheki Cele. It’s been nearly a week since the Moti brothers were kidnapped.
The N3 Toll Route near Montrose in the Free State has come to a standstill after protesting truck drivers blocked the road on Tuesday.
Independent Media will reveal the findings of its internal investigation into the Tembisa 10 saga on Wednesday. Pretoria News editor Piet Rampedi maintains that Gosiame Sithole gave birth to 10 babies despite the evidence to the contrary.
Savanna’s Marketing Manager, Eugene Lenford, said the demand for the beverage has exceeded supply for an extended period.
We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on Monday 25 October 2021.
A 43-year-old man from Bergendal, Graaff-Reinet was found dead over the weekend. The deceased had a stab wound to his neck.
Eight pedestrians were knocked down when a motorist allegedly lost control of their SUV on Garsfontein Road in Pretoria on Monday morning.
The Gauteng government said that the demolition of the Eyethu Cinema in Soweto has not been approved. This comes after reports that it would be replaced by a shopping mall emerged.
The five suspects accused of murdering Senzo Meyiwa are expected to reappear before the Palm Ridge High Court on Monday. They maintain their innocence.
A trio of sisters, Sophia, Giuliana and Mia Lammert were naturally delivered on the same day in 2015, 2018 and 2021.
City Power believed its recent power purchase agreement would protect its customers from Stage 1 and 2 load shedding. Joburg Mayor Mpho Moerane said the city was prepared “to go the legal route” to halt Eskom on Sunday. By Monday morning, the parties had seemingly resolved their differences.
63-year-old Cape Town grandfather allegedly raped his 14-year-old granddaughter. The accused’s next court appearance is expected in November.
We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on Friday 22 October 2021.
Constitutional law expert Pierre De Vos said it is a criminal offence for landlords and real estate agents to discriminate against black applicants.
Acornhoek Mall in Mpumalanga was robbed at 2:00 on Friday. The suspects reportedly ransacked 15 shops and blew up several safes and ATMs
Applicants that apply for a subsidised decoder before 1 November will receive one before the analogue broadcasting signals are switched off on 31 March 2022.