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Duarte tells those disputing ANC candidates list to bring proof

Duarte tells those disputing ANC candidates list to bring proof

Jessie Duarte has said that those who still wanted to dispute the party's current candidates list ahead of the municipal elections would have to present strong evidence that they preferred choice by their communities.

‘Misunderstood’ Herman Mashaba hits back at claims ActionSA is xenophobic

ActionSA leader Herman Mashaba has debunked claims that his party is xenophobic.

Data breach at African Bank’s debt collector partner exposes customers

Personal data, including that of a number of African Bank loan customers under debt review, has been compromised after a cyber attack on debt collector Debt-IN,  African Bank confirmed.

Fire destroys impounded vehicles at NW traffic department

Five impounded vehicles were destroyed by a fire at the Rustenburg traffic department in North West.

Loyiso Masuku mourns Joburg mayor Matongo, says the loss has been ‘a test of strength’

ANC Greater Johannesburg deputy secretary Loyiso Masuku says the City of Johannesburg is going through “a test of strength” after the death of newly elected mayor Jolidee Matongo.

Mapisa-Nqakula says parliament will abide by court decision on Hlophe

National Assembly speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula says she will abide by the court decision after Western Cape judge president John Hlophe filed an application to halt his impeachment.

SIU granted order to freeze accounts of Gauteng hospital upgrade contractors

The Special Investigating Unit has been granted an order to freeze R7.9m held in the accounts of a service provider and contractor who won tenders from the Gauteng health department to refurbish the AngloGold Ashanti Hospital near Carletonville.

SA man smashes world record in epic run for mental health

Johannesburg businessman Henry Cock has smashed a Guinness World Record by running 76 half marathons in 76 days in an epic attempt to raise R4m for the SA Depression and Anxiety Group's suicide helpline.

Zuma's legal team claims early victory in plea hearing

Former president Jacob Zuma's defence team was “upbeat” and claimed “victory” after proceedings on the first day of his special plea hearing in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Tuesday.

SABC proposal that MultiChoice helps it collect licence fees gets a boost

The SABC has received a major boost in its policy proposal to have pay-TV company MultiChoice and others help it collect licence fees from the public.

Clashes over illegal power connections claim Alex man’s life

A man was killed during clashes over the disconnection of illegal electricity connections in Alexandra township, Johannesburg, on Tuesday.

YOUR COVID-19 QUESTIONS ANSWERED | How do I know if I have 'long Covid'?

Patients with persistent Covid-19 symptoms should be examined by healthcare professionals who will rule out other causes of the symptoms.

'Sustained downward trend': SA records 2,200 new Covid-19 cases and 160 deaths in 24 hours

SA recorded 2,197 new Covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours as the "sustained downward trend" in new infections continued, the National Institute for Communicable Diseases said on Tuesday.

DA staff members hijacked at gunpoint in KZN, car stripped of parts

Democratic Alliance (DA) members in KwaZulu Natal (KZN) were hijacked and had their vehicle stolen and stripped of parts on Monday.

Last-minute rejig for Western Cape ANC list as accused 'step aside'

The ANC in the Western Cape was still fine-tuning its list of councillor candidates just hours before the crucial IEC deadline for the process.

Family of 10 who say they were ‘illegally evicted’ ask ConCourt for help

A family of 10 made a direct appeal to the Constitutional Court on Tuesday to prevent being left without a place to stay as they allege they were illegally evicted from the property of a former employer in July.

We saved more than 58‚000 jobs despite budget cuts and increased demand‚ CCMA says

The Commission for Conciliation‚ Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) says it was able to save 58‚165 of 138‚816 jobs that were likely to be lost to retrenchment in the 2020/2021 financial year‚ despite fiscal challenges brought by Covid-19.

WATCH | Body camera footage, 911 call reveal clues in Gabby Petito’s disappearance

TimesLIVE video takes you through body camera footage, a 911 recording of a domestic dispute and other evidence in the Gabby Petito case.

UK police plead for help over Nigerian boy's torso found in Thames in 2001

Police in London appealed on Tuesday to anyone with information about the murder of a Nigerian boy whose torso was found in the River Thames 20 years ago to come forward to help them solve the case, which they believe may have been a ritualistic killing.

Germans shocked by killing of cashier after Covid-19 mask row

German politicians expressed shock on Tuesday over the killing of a 20-year old petrol station worker after an argument about a face mask and said that coronavirus deniers who are willing to use violence will not be tolerated.

Trade union NUMSA to strike from October 5 in engineering sector

Numsa will stage a national strike in the country's engineering sector from October  5 after wage talks reached a deadlock, the union said on Tuesday.

Working from home places business growth at risk — report

Managers across industries say they are finding it difficult to supervise their teams virtually while younger employees face more distractions at home, putting productivity in businesses at a risk of decline.

Thuli Madonsela weighs in on ConCourt ruling

Former public protector Thuli Madonsela says she was not surprised by the Constitutional Court’s judgment on reopening the candidate nomination process for local elections.

Nearly R100m waiting to be claimed by three jackpot winners

Nearly R100m is waiting to be claimed by three punters who purchased jackpot winning tickets in the Powerball and Powerball Plus draws.

Bathabile Dlamini's perjury case postponed

The perjury case against ANC Women's League president and former social development minister Bathabile Dlamini has been pushed to next week Friday where she will be formally charged.

Sam Mkokeli in conversation with Mac Maharaj and Pallo Jordan

Join Sam Mkokeli in conversation with Mac Maharaj and Pallo Jordan, authors of the 'Breakthrough - The struggles and secret talks that brought apartheid SA to the negotiating table.'

Ninth soldier arrested for cross-border vehicle smuggling

Another soldier has been arrested in connection with cross-border vehicle smuggling, bringing the number of arrests in the case to nine.

Social workers probe allegation of incest against KZN father

A team of social workers has been deployed to a home in Bulwer, KwaZulu-Natal to investigate an allegation of incest against a 52-year-old father.

Grade 6 maths teacher shot dead at Cape Town primary school

The 53-year-old educator was sitting in his car in the school parking lot before school started when he was approached by two gunmen.
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