This is The South African’s Daily News Wrap for Friday 4 June 2021 – with all the latest news you really need to know. In our top story, Guptas and wives to be extradited to South Africa Former Transnet Board member and business partner to Gupta associate Salim Essa, Iqbal Sharma, and three former senior […]
A South African soldier was shot and killed in friendly fire in eastern DR Congo on Thursday. SANDF said details around the incident “remain sketchy.”
A pair of Metro Police pooches retired from service after eight years in the Cape Town K9 Unit. They won’t be going far, however, as they were adopted by two officers.
“I am deeply concerned and highly disappointed about this development, it is against the ethical conduct we expect from our employees,” said Auditor General Tsakani Maluleke.
Stellenbosch deputy mayor Nyandiso Jindela appeared in the local magistrate’s court on charges of murder and conspiracy to commit murder on Thursday.
A 33-year-old man was murdered in the parking lot of a Mitchells Plain bar on Tuesday. Now, footage of the incident has surfaced online.
We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on Thursday 3 June 2021.
The basic education department announced, on Wednesday, that the time usually dedicated to the matric june exams will be used to catch up on the 2021 curriculum instead.
A fight between two groups of suspected illegal miners in Mpumalanga left 4 people dead. The bodies of the deceased were recovered from the mineshaft where they were dumped, on Wednesday.
The Hawks arrested a man that was transporting nearly a ton of cocaine on a Gauteng highway in a boat, on Tuesday, 2 June.
“As temperatures continue to drop and freezing conditions remain tonight, we urge City of Joburg residents to turn heaters off when leaving a room and keep anything flammable away from heating equipment.”
“The grief over her death and the happiness of the wedding have yet to sink in,” said the uncle of the newly-wed bride and her deceased sister.
Doctor Tony Moodley was sentenced to community service and supervision – but no jail time – for fraud charges dating back to 2007.
An Eskom board investigation led by Advocate Ishmael Semenya could find no evidence to support the allegations levelled at Andre de Ruyter.
A KwaZulu-Natal rapist, Xolani Ntuli, was finally sentenced for two rapes of young girls he committed in 2018.
Three suspects, including a Stellenbosch politician and his wife, were arrested in connection with the 2019 murder of Cameron Mcako.
Cape of Good Hope SPCA inspectors tracked down and rescued two animals that were involved in a dogfighting video they saw on Monday.
“We kept getting patients who were already dead”
Mitspa Onyoka was sentenced to 18 years imprisonment for the murder of John Curran after pleading guilty to all the charges he faced in the Cape Town High Court on Tuesday.
We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on Tuesday 1 June 2021.
High-altitude ground in the Eastern Cape was turned into a winter wonderland by snowfall on Tuesday, 1 June.
A drunk driver at a Metro Police roadblock near Blue Downs, Cape Town was brazen enough to take one last swig from the bottle of brandy in his lap on Sunday, 30 May.
Counter campaign to City’s appeal launched by activists.
A power failure at a Johannesburg pumping station over the weekend has affected the water supply to several hospitals in the area including Bara Academic and Leratong Hospitals