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    The Citizen

    Father, boyfriend of 15-year-old Limpopo girl arrested for rape, statutory rape

    The father and boyfriend of a 15-year-old Limpopo girl have been arrested for rape and statutory rape, respectively. According to police spokesperson Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe, the girl’s 40-year-old father, who is from a village in Giyani, went to look for her after she left their home on Saturday. He found her at her 25-year-old boyfriend’s home and from there, took her to the local police station to open a case of statutory rape.

  • News
    ewn.co.za

    Malema: No fool can tell me which lawyer must represent me

    RANDBURG – Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has warned his lawyers in his assault case that if they did not win his case, they should be worried about their careers. Malema on Thursday addressed his party members and supporters outside the Randburg Magistrates Court after appearing in court. The leader of the red berets and party MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi are accused of assaulting a police officer at Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s funeral in 2018.

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    BuzzFeed

    Charlize Theron Got The Makeover Of A Lifetime From Her Daughter, And We're Here For It

    To every makeup artist out there... watch out, you’ve got competition!

  • Lifestyle
    TimesLIVE

    The secret is out! Zondo had a child with a sister of one of Zuma's wives

    Unbeknown to anybody at the time, that woman's sister, Ms Thobeka Madiba, was, many years after that relationship had ended, to get married to Mr Jacob Zuma. To my knowledge, Mr Zuma had no relationship with Ms Thobeka Madiba in the mid-1990s. That Mr Zuma happened to marry the sister of a woman with whom I had a relationship, that had ended so many years before that marriage, has never had any bearing on the execution of my judicial functions in the many matters involving Mr Zuma in which I hav...

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    TimesLIVE

    Zondo's bloodhounds pick up a new scent, plus five highlights from 'Vrye Weekblad'

    It is these bloodhounds who spend nights wading through the close to 300,000 #GuptaLeaks e-mails, looking for watertight evidence that will compel the kingpins of state capture to account to the commission for their shenanigans. From the other side of the Jukskei River, advocate Hermione Cronje, head of the National Prosecuting Authority’s special directorate responsible for investigating corruption, is watching matters unfold with an eagle eye.

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    Getaway Magazine

    Home Affairs officials arrested on corruption charges

    Three Home Affairs Officials aged between 30 and 42 have been arrested on charges of corruption after allegedly demanding a bribe in exchange for not reporting an undocumented immigrant residing in South Africa. The arrests were made during a sting operation between the Serious Corruption Investigation and Home Affairs Counter Corruption for alleged corruption in Jane Furse in Limpopo on Tuesday, October 27.

  • News
    The Citizen

    UIF TERS money paid out to government officials, soldiers, prisoners and deceased

    A total of 6 140 government officials claimed TERS benefits from the Relief Fund to the value of R41 009 737.70, while 59 South African National Defence Force (SANDF) staff claimed R327 638, seven prisoners claimed R40 657.93 and claims to the value of R441 144.34 were paid out to 68 deceased individuals. Advocate Andy Mothibi, head of the Special Investigating Unit (SIU), ascribed these pay-outs to the failure of both people and systems with a measure of collusion and fraudulent activities.