- Regrexit: What is the path back from Brexit? To leave, or not to leave: More than two and a half years since the UK voted to exit the EU, that is still the question.
- Irish PM says EU would insist on hard border without Brexit deal Ireland's PM said his government would find it very difficult to avoid imposing a hard border on Northern Ireland if Britain crashes out of the EU.
- Aspiring NDPP says she still does not know why she was accused of racism The final candidate interviewed for the position of NDPP faced a barrage of questions regarding accusations of racism previously levelled against her.
- How a selfie saved a man from a prison sentence for a crime he didn't commit Christopher Precopia was charged with a felony offence that carries the possibility of a life sentence - but a picture saved him from the sentence.
- Job Mokgoro welcomed at SAPS awards in North West North West Premier Professor Job Mokgoro arrived in Rustenburg, where he will address SAPS Annual Provincial Service Excellence Awards ceremony.
- Corruption probe haunts Ekurhuleni Chief Information Officer A corruption probe at the City of Johannesburg has come back to haunt Tumelo Kganane the Chief Information Officer of the City of Ekurhuleni.
- African farmers group believes land reform will build 'inclusive economy' Afasa welcomed the adoption of a report to change the Constitution to allow for land expropriation without compensation.
- Stats SA slams Manyi's testimony at State Capture inquiry Statistics SA shot down Mzwanele "Jimmy" Manyi's testimony at the state capture commission of inquiry.
- Treasury announces 'substantial' progress on NHI Bill process National Treasury announced it made “substantial” progress on the NHI Bill consultation and have reached agreement on most of the major issues.
- Ramaphosa confirms R500K Bosasa payment was to fund ANC presidential campaign President Cyril Ramaphosa says the R500 000 paid to his son by Bosasa was a donation towards his ANC presidential campaign.
- My ex-partner deliberately infected me with HIV, says woman The stigma of promiscuity attached to HIV/AIDS is one of the main reasons why Mavis Kgapola* is hesitant to seek out treatment.
- Outrage after defence lawyer suggests a thong equals consent A trial in Ireland which the lawyer of a man accused of rape cited the underwear worn by a woman as a sign of her consent, has sparked outrage.
- Man sentenced to 15 years for fatally stabbing girlfriend with screwdriver A 46-year-old man was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment for murder at the Molopo Magistrate's Court in Mmabatho, North West police said.
- DA wants Zondo to admit Treasury report on Eskom, Transnet into evidence The DA is set to write to the State Capture inquiry requesting that the National Treasury Reports be considered for evidence.
- Treasury report wants probe into corruption at Transnet, Eskom A report on a probe commissioned by the National Treasury into procurement procedures at Eskom and Transnet has recommended criminal investigations.
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- Regrexit: What is the path back from Brexit?
- Irish PM says EU would insist on hard border without Brexit deal
- Aspiring NDPP says she still does not know why she was accused of racism
- How a selfie saved a man from a prison sentence for a crime he didn't commit
- Job Mokgoro welcomed at SAPS awards in North West
- Semenya, Manyonga aiming to extend Diamond League dominance
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