The NPA and News24 said their employees would continue to work on Jacob Zuma’s cases despite the private prosecution.
We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on Tuesday, 06 September 2022.
‘The first thing we did when I realised I had won, we prayed and thanked the Lord, only my wife and children know that we have won,’ said the man.
The father and son were killed in their Lavender Hill home on Friday. The 22-year-old suspect was nabbed on Monday night.
One of the two suspects was killed in a shootout with police. Both are believed to have been employed at the farm.
The Hout Bay Taxi Association said the City promised them compensation when the MyCiti was introduced in the area. The matter is currently before the Cape Town High Court.
Two men succumbed to their injuries in hospital after a fight early on Monday. Police said the pair lived as ‘neighbours and friends.’
‘It is alleged that at about 6:15, the father of the children left for work and the mother left the sleeping children to go to a nearby shop,’ said police.
The Lotto winner is in possession of a ticket worth R86.9 million. It was purchased at a Shoprite Checkers store.
SASSA said it would withhold payments from grant applicants who received payments when they did not qualify until the ‘debt’ was recovered.
We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on Monday, 05 September 2022.
Cape Town police said public violence erupted when around 50 protestors took to the streets of Hout Bay at approximately 7:00.
‘One male person told her he loved her and instructed the woman to go to the toilet and he followed her. He raped her and three other male suspects took turns in raping her,’ said Free State police. Five women were gang-raped in Limpopo on the same day
The suspects rammed the van with a Mercedes-Benz, which they set on fire before fleeing the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash.
At least 18 people were killed and 23 wounded following Friday’s bomb blast at a mosque in western Afghanistan.
Mafe’s lawyer said the accused’s refusal to appear in court on Friday might be a retaliation to his requests being denied yesterday.
We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on Friday, 02 September 2022.
The Cape Town Traffic Services have closed roads along the R300 and N2 Highway due to public violence on Friday morning.
At Mafe’s first pre-trial conference, he refused to leave the holding cells and the court heard he was on a hunger strike again.
SA will introduce new coinage for the first time since 1989. Cabinet recently approved the Fourth Decimal Coin Series of South Africa for the year 2023.
The Komga Magistrate’s Court denied the 45-year-old‘s bail application. He allegedly raped a 17-year-old girl in his office.
‘Even though it is Spring Day today, keep those blankets and jackets close at hand for the anticipated wetter, colder and windy conditions,’ said the weather service.
The average South African take-home salary took a knock in July. However, payment data suggests more people are being paid.
We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on Thursday, 01 September 2022.