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Gauteng police say a 54-year-old Centurion teacher is out on R500 bail after she was arrested for allegedly assaulting a Grade 6 pupil.

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After being denied his right to education for two years, eight-year-old Wandile Shelembe from Durban has finally started Grade 1.

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The father of suspended Grade RR teacher Tharina Human, accused of kidnapping a six-year-old girl, has disputed rumours that his daughter is pregnant.

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Police arrest three men who they suspect robbed Tshwane University of Technology students this month.

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In his SOPA, Gauteng Premier David Makhura promises to build 100 schools and six hospitals in the next 10 years.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa tells the House of Traditional Leaders cultural practices that violate human rights must be stopped.

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A 20-year-old KwaZulu-Natal woman is repeatedly raped and then murdered, allegedly by her cousin and a neighbour.

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The Nelson Mandela Foundation has extended its condolences to the family and friends of journalist Shaun Johnson, who was also an acting chief executive of the foundation when its namesake, the late former president, started scaling back on official duties.

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The Regulation of Interception of Communication Act (RICA) fails to provide any special protection in two categories: Where the subject of surveillance is a lawyer or journalist, the Constitutional Court has heard.

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The case against four people accused of kidnapping a 6-year-old Vanderbijlpark girl may see more twists over the next few weeks.

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In yet another incident in which school children's lives were put in danger, 25 pupils and a driver have been injured after minibus taxi crashed into a MyCiTi bus in Atlantis, Cape Town.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa announces the establishment of another summit – this time a Presidential Summit on Land.

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Chris Whitfield remembers colleague and friend Shaun Johnson, "the most naturally gifted journalist of our generation".

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ANC Tshwane chairperson Dr Kgosi Maepa says he won't retract his statements about DA mayoral candidate Randall Williams' alleged involvement in the GladAfrica scandal.

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Four EFF MPLs have been forcefully removed from the Eastern Cape legislature for wearing red overalls during Premier Oscar Mabuyane's State of the Province Address.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa will soon announce a lasting solution for Gauteng's e-toll system, Gauteng Premier David Makhura says.

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A R3.9m project to refurbish the primary health care facility at Laetitia Bam Day Hospital in KwaNobuhle, Uitenhage has ground to a halt.

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Police fire rubber bullets to disperse residents of Soweto who took to the streets and barricaded parts of the busy Sofasonke Street in Orlando East to protest against electricity cuts.

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Gauteng Premier David Makhura says in his SOPA he will seek alternative ways of sourcing energy in the wake of rolling blackouts by Eskom.

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Durban police have travelled to the Eastern Cape to arrest a fourth suspect in the murder of 72-year-old pensioner, Jinsee Ram.

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A 45-year-old conservationist has been trampled to death by two elephants in the game reserve where he tried to protect them. Now his family and friends are calling on authorities not to harm the elephants.

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Tributes are pouring in after veteran journalist and Mandela Rhodes Foundation founding chief executive Shaun Johnson dies. "Our hearts will take some time to recover," said the foundation.

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Around 100 Mamelodi residents have demanded that Gauteng Premier David Makhura consider them during his State of the Province Address, as they wait to be relocated as promised.

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The deadly coronavirus - which to date has left more than 2 700 people dead - has not reached South Africa, the National Institute for Communicable Diseases says.

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The commission of inquiry into state capture will be hearing testimony from former communications minister Yunus Carrim in relation to the SABC.

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