- Illegal Samaria Road miners continue eviction fight Artisanal miners have been granted leave to appeal against an earlier court decision granting their eviction by the Sweden Housing Company.
- Split meter plan to curb outages in Pretoria Eskom has come up with plans and strategies to ensure that power outage challenges in communities around Tshwane will be a thing of the past.
- Gambling Foundation's former bookkeeper jailed for fraud Mother-of-two Lucille Booth has been handed a five-year prison sentence for embezzling half-a-million rand from her former employers.
- Man breaks into woman's bedroom, asks to stay night Police in New Jersey say a man broke into a woman's home and lay next to her in bed before asking to spend the night.
- Trump travel ban: How it works The Trump administration has set new criteria for visa applicants from six Muslim nations and all refugees that require a business tie to the US.
- #ThembisileYende murder accused denied bail David Ngwenya, who is accused of killing Thembisile Yende for allegedly threatening to expose a copper syndicate he was part of, has been denied bail.
- 20 000 Somali children risk starvation: aid group An aid group is warning that more than 20 000 children in drought-hit Somalia could starve to death without continued international assistance.
- Overworked Sassa doctors buckle under case loads The number of patient assessments that Northern Cape Sassa doctors have to do a day has been increased from 40 to 80 due to shortage of doctors.
- SA government approves lion bones sale despite outcry The South African Department of Environmental Affairs has blatantly ignored public opinion by approving the export of 800 lion skeletons to Asia.
- Man killed in apparent hit-and-run A man believed to be in his 40s was killed in an apparent hit-and-run accident on the Tygerberg Valley Road in the Richwood area in Cape Town.
- ANC veterans' own consultative conference in pipeline After boycotting ANC's national consultative conference, party veterans announced that they were planning a consultative conference for September.
- Companies Tribunal rejects Myeni's application with costs SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni's application to have a compliance notice against her was dismissed with costs by the Companies Tribunal.
- #SchoolsReligion ruling must be fought - Christian group Christian group, Christian View Network said that the non-promotion of one religion in public schools should be opposed.
- #BrianMolefe calls for arbitration Former Eskom boss Brian Molefe wants the Labour Court to order that his dismissal case be taken to arbitration.
- After lynchings, Modi condemns violence in name of cow worship Indian PM Narendra Modi broke his silence over a wave of attacks on people accused of eating beef or slaughtering cows.
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- Illegal Samaria Road miners continue eviction fight
- Split meter plan to curb outages in Pretoria
- Gambling Foundation's former bookkeeper jailed for fraud
- Man breaks into woman's bedroom, asks to stay night
- Trump travel ban: How it works
- Ball injury adds to England bowling woes
- Djokovic battles on, Anderson exits
- Vettel's been punished enough, Button reckons
- Willemse set to start for Stormers
- Sparks will fly in Rugby Challenge quarterfinals