• WARNING: Suspects shoot police officers after robbery

    CCTV footage shows armed robbery suspects shooting two police officer following Cash Crusaders robbery. In the footage, one of the suspects is seen loading a bag into the vehicle they were travelling in while the police vehicle pull over next them. One of the police officer is seen trying to runaway but is apparently shot. In a separate incident, CCTV footage emerged showing a police officer being shot and killed in an armed robber  at Rosettenville Junction Shopping Centre in Johannesburg last month.

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  • Details: Rapper AKA and Zinhle split saga gets ugly

    According to Sunday Sun, Zinhle found out about AKA's cheating ways when she found smses exchanged between him and Bonang Matheba. The two are said to have started seeing each other behind Zinhle's back. A source told Sunday Sun that Zinhle and AKA were leading separate lives even while she was pregnant. A well-known DJ had already tipped Zinhle off that AKA’s illicit love affair had blossomed at Metro FM.

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  • Five caught at airport with millions in cash - Cape Times

    Customs officials at OR Tambo International Airport stopped five people from leaving South Africa for Dubai with R23 million and $3.775 million in cash stuffed into suitcases and backpacks, SA Revenue Service (Sars) spokesman Luther Lubelo said on Monday. “The passengers were scheduled to depart South Africa on United Arab Emirates flight EK 766 to Dubai.

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  • THE INSIDER: Spousal communication of the highest order?

    IT WAS gut-check time in Parliament last week when Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) MPs took aim at President Jacob Zuma for "getting his employee", State Security Minister David Mahlobo, to evict Zuma’s estranged wife Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma from his Nkandla home. During a session for motions without notice, a raging EFF member likened Zuma’s treatment of the first lady to abuse and called him a coward for acting against traditional norms and common human decency. The Insider is tempted to wonder if it was just a matter of delegating personal assistant duties. DULL rock band Smokie is celebrating its 40th year on the international music scene this year, and South African fans will have the opportunity to celebrate with the band when it visits the country next month.

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  • Senzo Meyiwa's BMW X6 repossessed

    Slain Orlando Pirates goal keeper, Senzo Meyiwa's BMW X6 has been repossessed after it was found that it was not insured.

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  • Horror crash splits car in two - Western Cape | IOL News

    CAPE ARGUS Three people died after a car swerved off the road, hit a camera pole and split in two on impact on the N2 near Firgrove. The jaws of life had to be used to retrieve two of the bodies, while a third was flung from the vehicle. This was just the latest in a series of crashes over the weekend that saw at least 14 people die and several people badly injured on Cape roads. Western Cape traffic chief Kenny Africa said incidents took place in Lentegeur, Table View, Worcester, Plettenberg Bay, Kraaifontein, Strand and Oudtshoorn.

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  • DA condemns 'EFF thuggery'

    After footage emerged earlier today showing a violent altercation in Elsenberg College in Stellenbosch, the Democratic Alliance (DA) has condemned what they call ‘thuggish’ behaviour by the ‘EFF-aligned’ students.

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  • White business to feel the whip

    The Department of Labour Court issued the threat after receiving the Commission for Employment Equity's latest report into transformation in the workplace. The "alarmed" acting chairman of the commission, Tabea Magodielo, said it found that white people continued to dominate top management structures, particularly in the economic hub of Gauteng. The commission has now called for tougher action, including the docking of annual turnover, depending on a company's size. Businesses fear the possible arrest of directors as part of the Department of Labour's drive to punish insufficient transformation.

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  • SA expats grab top jobs

    This is according to this year's Expat Insider survey, which polled over 14,000 individuals of 170 nationalities in 195 countries of residence. It found that most South Africans abroad would spend "at least five years living comfortably in predominantly English-speaking social circles, and in top management positions". It said that 25% of South Africans abroad identified as "employees or managers" whereas only 11% of expats of other nationalities stated the same. Of the South Africans polled, 22% have children and the three main factors they considered before moving abroad werepersonal safety (62%), cost of living (31%) and economic and labour market (30%).

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  • This Kid Had The Perfect Reaction When He Spotted Wayne Rooney Next To Him

    The Swansea City football mascot had the most honest reaction ever after spotting a sporting idol.

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  • Nigeria: How Nigeria's Ambassador to U.S. Prof Adefuye Died

    More facts have emerged on how Nigeria's Ambassador to the United States, Professor Adebowale Ibidapo Adefuye died in the United States. An ambulance was called for him and he was rushed to Suburban Hospital in Washington, DC. At about 6pm on the same Wednesday, the late Adefuye was said to be walking around his hospital room, playing and gisting with his family members.

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  • Unathi made to eat humble pie

    The decision to take the musician off air followed a Twitter rant in which she swore at a listener who had criticised her for views she expressed during the show. Now, in an about turn, the MetroFM DJ and Idols SA judge has eaten humble pie and apologised. "Two days ago, on radio, I expressed an opinion on the language policy at Stellenbosch University. Thereafter, my opinion became the subject of a Twitter debate.

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  • SARS officials seize R78 million in undeclared currency at OR Tambo

    “Risk profiling earlier by SARS custom officials‚ identified the passengers‚ and led to their apprehension as they boarded the aircraft at 21h45‚” the South African Revenue Service said in a statement on Monday. “Upon noticing the SARS officials‚ the passengers retreated and headed back to the entrance of the boarding gate. At this point‚ officials closed the boarding gate door and the passengers were compelled to wait for the SARS officials. “When questioned by SARS officials on whether they were in possession of any currency‚ one of the passengers speaking on behalf of the group stated that he had R100‚000 and that the other individuals also had currency‚” SARS said.

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  • Replacements would hit the ground running, says NZ's Hansen | The New Age Online

    The role of replacement players at the rugby World Cup takes on added significance due to the tournament's "unique rules" and the All Blacks have made sure that anyone who steps into the side due to a team mate's injury will hit the ground running. Coach Steve Hansen and fellow selectors Grant Fox and Ian Foster named an extended squad of 41 players before whittling down that number to 31 on Sunday for the World Cup. All 41 got game time in five tests, with some of the 2015 new caps, notably Lima Sopoaga, Waisake Naholo, Nehe Milner-Skudder, Codie Taylor and Nepo Laulala, all proving they could make the step up to test rugby.

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  • How not to smuggle R70m out of SA - Crime & Courts | IOL News

     Johannesburg - Customs officials at OR Tambo International Airport stopped five people from leaving South Africa for Dubai with R23 million and USD 3.775 million in cash stuffed into suitcases and backpacks, SA Revenue Service (Sars) spokesman Luther Lubelo said on Monday. “The passengers were scheduled to depart South Africa on United Arab Emirates flight EK 766 to Dubai. Risk profiling earlier by Sars custom officials identified the passengers, and led to their apprehension as they boarded the aircraft at 21.45 pm,” he said.

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  • The five richest black South Africans - and their politics

    As of January this year, these are the richest black South Africans. Patrice Motsepe of African Rainbow Minerals is a schoolteacher turned businessman. Starting with a modest spaza shop popular with mineworkers, he has become South Africa's first billionaire. In 2012 African Rainbow Minerals was the ANC's largest benefactor at Mangaung.

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  • Nigeria: 15 Boko Haram Suspects Nabbed in Lagos, Enugu, Others

    No fewer than 15 members of the Boko Haram terrorists were arrested in several parts of Lagos State by the Department of State Services (DSS) while Enugu, Plateau, Gombe and Kano also recorded similar arrests. A statement yesterday by a DSS official, Tony Opuiyo, said the infiltration of the terrorists into other states was a fallout of the pressure being put on the terrorists in their core areas of strength in the North-east. The DSS also disclosed that a major financier of the terrorists and close associate of Shekau as well as notable commanders and frontline Boko Haram members were arrested and are already divulging useful information.

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  • Sundowns set to axe six players

    Mamelodi Sundowns is set to release at least six players who are not in Pitso Mosimane's plans for the 2015/16 season. "Yes, there are many players who won't be registered for this season and the management team and the technical team have agreed that they should all leave whether on loan, or go for good," according to a source known to Sport24.

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