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Ten Durban schoolchildren are receiving medical treatment after they developed breathing problems, seemingly from inhaling pepper spray, KwaZulu-Natal paramedics say.

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Mpumalanga police are investigating a murder case in which it is alleged that the daughters of a 62-year-old woman killed her to cash in on her life insurance.

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A policewoman has been injured in a protest residents held outside the Olievenhoutbosch police station, near Centurion in Gauteng.

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Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande has taken a hard line against university protests, saying the damage caused at two institutions is "wholly unacceptable" and "no solution to student concerns".

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Tracker disputes the Public Protector's finding that agreements between Trackers SA and SAPS for the provision of the vehicle-tracking system in vehicles belonging to SAPS, were improper.

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This week, for the first time ever an all-women brigade of firefighters, called Team Juliet, joined the efforts to contain the Noordhoek wetlands blaze, which had been raging since Sunday.

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A massive butterfly migration has caused much excitement as swarms of the white-winged insects descend on Johannesburg.

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Long-distance driving plays havoc on the mind, hypnotising exhausted drivers to the point of nodding off at the wheel. This past festive season, Western Cape traffic authorities pulled over 900 tired taxi and bus drivers and ordered them to sleep.

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Siyamthanda Mtyeku studied for matric in the one-roomed shack he shares with four other people in Marikana informal settlement in Cape Town - and passed with seven distinctions.

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City of Tshwane speaker Katlego Mathebe says Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Lebogang Maile has "once again acted in a manner that is not guided by any of the applicable legal prescripts".

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The men raped, murdered, kidnapped and robbed unsuspecting women during this time, and were convicted on 53 counts.

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Eating spicy food and dehydration will not make you more susceptible to contracting the coronavirus, despite false messages circulating on social media.

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Festive season road deaths in the Western Cape decreased by 22.7% in 2019/2020, according to statistics released by Transport and Public Works MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela.

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The men raped, murdered, kidnapped and robbed unsuspecting women during this time, and were convicted on 53 counts.

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The Judicial Service Commission says the complaint lodged against Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe and his wife, Judge Gayaat Salie-Hlophe, will be dealt with by a statuary body chaired by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo and other senior judges of the superior courts.

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The Congress of South African Trade Unions, a key ruling party ally, is pushing senior members of government to consider its proposals to rescue the state’s indebted power utility before next month’s budget.

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Festive season road deaths in the Western Cape decreased by 22.7% in 2019/2020, according to statistics released by Transport and Public Works MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela.

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The education department in KZN intervenes after photos go viral of children crossing rivers to get to school. The department says it requires at least R1bn to provide adequate transportation for all pupils.

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Eating spicy food and dehydration will not make you more susceptible to contracting the coronavirus, despite false messages circulating on social media.

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Four men accused of kidnapping top Durban businesswoman Sandra Moonsamy complain that they are being denied shower privileges in prison.

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In Cape Town's Phillipi township, one woman is fighting to secure nationality for herself and her child.

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Violence at the University of KwaZulu-Natal has escalated as four students were arrested during the protests, police have said.

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ANC veteran Babara Hogan has told the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg how she wishes she had never compiled a report that included a list of "close comrades" on it.

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A 43-year-old man was arrested in Meyerton on Monday after being found in possession of a large quantity of contraband cigarettes valued at R1m.

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The alleged murderer of 'Matwetwe' actor Sibusiso Khwinana will finally stand trial nearly a year after the murder. It is expected to start on Friday.

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There is no evidence to necessitate the evacuation of South African citizens living in Wuhan, China, amid the coronavirus outbreak, according to the Department of Health.

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A dog named Spike is fighting for his life after a "man in uniform" shot it. WARNING, GRAPHIC PICTURES NOT SUITABLE FOR SENSITIVE VIEWERS.

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The body of a man in his forties has been recovered after another car plunged off the cliff at Voëlklip in Herolds Bay on Wednesday morning.

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Three teachers from Riverlea High School in Johannesburg have been killed in a car accident, the Gauteng Education Department has said.

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Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande says there is no need for the disruption of registration at universities across the country, but a student union vows to continue its shutdown.

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