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Toilets not serviced for five years in East London's Khayelitsha

Many residents of Khayelitsha informal settlement in Duncan Village, East London have gone back to using the bucket system because the toilets in their area have not been serviced since 2014.

New NPA boss: Advisory panel veers away from the usual appointment process

The advisory panel appointed by President Cyril Ramaphosa to identify and conduct interviews with individuals for the position of the Head of the National Prosecuting Authority has met for the first time.

De Lille tried to 'influence and persuade' City manager to not report 'serious misconduct' allegations - report

City of Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille tried to "influence and persuade" former City manager Achmat Ebrahim to not report allegations of "serious misconduct" to the City council, a new report has found.

Ronaldo insists he is an 'example' amid rape allegations

A smiling Cristiano Ronaldo insisted he is an "example" in his behaviour on and off the field amid rape allegations.

Landless residents threaten sleepover outside Luthuli House

Luthuli House should brace itself for a "sleepover" if the Gauteng government doesn't address issues raised by landless residents of Freedom Park in the south of Johannesburg.

Dlamini, Gigaba 'acted dishonestly', not 'fit and proper' to hold office - DA in court papers

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba and Minister in the Presidency Bathabile Dlamini have "acted dishonestly" and are not "fit and proper" to hold positions in Cabinet, the Democratic Alliance has said in court papers.

WATCH: Leaked video shows Khashoggi 'body double' after killing

Surveillance video said to show man in Khashoggi's clothes leaving Saudi Consulate in Istanbul after his killing there

Abused lion from Spain makes her home in SA, meets a friend

An abused lion from Spain is recovering and adapting to a safer existence in South Africa after being rescued.

Weather Update: Most of SA heats up

Most parts of the country are expected to heat up on Tuesday and, thanks to strong winds, fire warnings have been issued in the Western and Northern Cape.

UPDATE: Hawks investigating shooting of its member on M1 highway

The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation in Gauteng, known as the Hawks, is investigating the shooting of one of its members along the M1 highway in Johannesburg.

IFP postpones its national general conference

The Inkatha Freedom Party says it has postponed its upcoming national general conference.

Hannah Cornelius detective denies forcing accused to write letter to her parents

A police sergeant has denied forcing one of four men accused of Hannah Cornelius's murder to write a letter to her parents.

Former KZN Hawks head Johan Booysen dismisses Mary De Haas' Cato Manor claims

Former KwaZulu-Natal Hawks head Johan Booysen has rejected claims by researcher Mary de Haas that the decision by Sunday Times editor Bongani Siqoko to apologise for a series of stories was wrong.

#News24 ICYMI: Ajay Gupta wants to clear his name from ‘witch hunt'; Trevor Noah announces date for new Netflix special; and Lawyer refuses to give evidence at Nugent inquiry

Omotoso lawyer cries foul and claims judiciary has deserted him, Ace Magashule 'gives away' Pierneef painting worth more than R6m, and 2 cops have been arrested over TUT student's death during SRC election dispute.

The Currie Cup is dead? Far from it!

Saturday's extra time thriller between Western Province and the Blue Bulls suggested that the Currie Cup is far from dead, writes <strong>Lloyd Burnard</strong>.

IPID nabs alleged 'shooter' and 'commanding officer' for TUT student's murder

Two police officers, arrested for the murder of Tshwane University of Technology student Katlego Monareng during SRC elections in August, allegedly played different roles in the shooting, News24 has learnt.

South Africans rally behind Khayelitsha fire victims

Activists, Twitter celebs, non-governmental organisations and ordinary citizens have come out in droves to support the victims of a Khayelitsha fire that has displaced more than 1 300 residents.

6 questions answered about gun ownership

Last week gun owners' associations were up in arms over a draft bill on gun licences which proposes taking away self-defence as a reason to own a gun. <strong>Jackie Nagtegaal</strong> answers six questions about gun ownership in South Africa.

Positive DNA match for two accused of Hannah Cornelius murder

Closing in on the four men accused of the rape and murder of Stellenbosch student Hannah Cornelius, the State has presented a slew of DNA evidence and cellphone tower analyses in the Western Cape High Court.
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