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O'Sullivan to investigate killings at Platinum Belt

The mysterious murders of at least five Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) workers union leaders have sparked private investigator Paul O'Sullivan to launch his own investigation.

Public Enterprises minister wades in to Denel/auditor dispute

Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has waded into the middle of a dispute between Denel and its auditor as a result of its annual financial statements.

Security at Umzimkhulu not withdrawn, Moerane Commission hears

Police have denied reports that security employed at Umzimkhulu has been withdrawn, the Moerane Commission has heard.

KPMG loses Nelson Mandela Bay metro contract

Auditing firm KPMG will have its contract with the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality terminated, the metro said.

#Life Esidimeni Hearing: Mother shares anguish of losing daughter

Friday's hearing into the Life Esidimeni tragedy had family members sharing their harrowing experiences of how they lost their loved ones.

Baby found partially buried in sand recovering well

Police announced that the three-day-old baby found partially buried in sand in Port Elizabeth earlier this week, is recovering well.

Price of eggs to increase as bird flu impacts on supply

Consumers are advised to be aware of an increase in the price of eggs, as a consequence of the ongoing bird flu outbreak.

North West ANC PEC supports Dlamini-Zuma - distances itself from Ramaphosa visit

The North West ANC PEC has distanced itself from a visit to the province from deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa.

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma denies Gupta family links

African National Congress presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has denied reports that have linked her to the controversial Gupta family.

Fire at Centurion retirement village claims one life

A fire at a retirement village in Midstream, Centurion, has led to the death of one person.

#EskomInquiry: pension and provident fund rules interrogated

Day three of the Eskom inquiry saw the pension and provident fund rules come under the spotlight.
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