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Nafiz Modack, Jacques Cronje, Ricardo Morgan and Zane Kilian appeared in the CT magistrate’s court on charges of extortion, intimidation, money laundering and kidnapping on May 7 2021.
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Nafiz Modack, Jacques Cronje, Ricardo Morgan and Zane Killian appeared in the CT magistrate’s court on charges of extortion, intimidation, money laundering and kidnapping on May 7 2021.
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Ntuthuko Shoba, the alleged mastermind behind the murder of his eight-month pregnant lover Tshegofatso Pule, appeared at the Roodepoort magistrate's court on May 7 2021.
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Deadly protests which started in Colombia on April 28 2021 have seen protesters demanding the withdrawal of a controversial tax reform proposed by the government of President Iván Duque.
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Death of a queen: Zulu Queen Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu honoured on journey to KZN
Members of the Zulu royal family, dozens of maidens and amabutho honoured the late Queen Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu as her body departed Hillbrow, Johannesburg, for KwaZulu-Natal on May 5 2021.
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At least 20 killed as Mexico metro overpass collapses onto road
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'Comrades were making money for themselves': Former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana condemns ANC
Former Prasa group CEO, Lucky Montana, appeared before the state capture commission of inquiry on May 3 2021, detailing allegations of corruption that occurred during his tenure. Montana also
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One hand at a time: Tembisa gymnast flips his way into Guinness World Records book
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Alleged underworld kingpin Nafiz Modack appeared in Cape Town magistrates court on May 3 2021 alongside two accused.
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Bellavista building wars: Council property clashes cause chaos
A self-appointed committee is allegedly waging a war on residents in Johannesburg's impoverished suburb of Bellavista, in a battle for housing.
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'ANC dropped the ball': Ramaphosa concedes and apologizes for party's handling of state capture
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201k deaths and counting: What we know so far about India’s deadly second Covid-19 wave
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Ramaphosa says ‘massive system failure’ allowed state capture corruption to flourish in SA's SOEs
President Cyril Ramaphosa appeared before the state capture commission on April 28 2021 as the head of the African National Congress.
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Gigaba’s Gupta gifts & reshuffle threats: Norma Mngoma spills state capture beans
Norma Mngoma, estranged wife of former minister Malusi Gigaba, took the stand at the state capture inquiry on April 26 2021.
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‘He is saying nothing new’ - State maintains Pule's accused killer doesn't deserve bail
Ntuthuko Shoba, the alleged mastermind behind the murder of his eight-month pregnant lover Tshegofatso Pule, appeared at the Roodepoort magistrate’s court on April 26 2021.
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Personal messages read out as Tshegofatso Pule murder accused seeks bail
Ntuthuko Shoba, the alleged mastermind behind the murder of his eight-months pregnant lover Tshegofatso Pule, appeared at the Roodepoort magistrate's court on April 22 2021.
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R40m medical supplies, PPE destroyed in Charlotte Maxeke Hospital fire
During a visit on April 20 2021, health minister Zweli Mkhize said the Charlotte Maxeke Hospital in Johannesburg lost R40m worth of medical supplies and personal protective equipment when a fire
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UCT counting the cost as fire wrecks library
Clean up operations started at the University of Cape Town (UCT) on April 19 2021. This comes after a fire, which started at Rhodes memorial on April 18, swept through parts of upper campus.
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Drugs, exhaust fumes and a $20 bill: George Floyd trial so far
For the past three weeks, the murder trial of Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis, US, heard many testimonies from the state, witnesses, the defence, family and medical experts.
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Video timelapse shows raging Cape Town fire spreading toward city
A fire which began on the morning of April 18 2021 spread to UCT's upper campus, destroying a restaurant near Rhodes Memorial and gutted the Jagger Library next to the Sarah Baartman Hall on UCT
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Boulders’ cold shoulder: Ndebele activist continues cultural revival fight
Statistic SA estimated the Ndebele population in SA sits at just over a million people in its last available census. One man is striving to revive the Ndebele language and culture in the country.
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Cape Town fires ravage UCT library
Two firefighters have been hospitalised for burns after a runaway blaze engulfed the Rhodes Memorial restaurant and parts of the University of Cape Town on April 18 2021.
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LGBTQI+ community marches to parliament after 'Lulu' murder
Approximately 200 people marched to the parliament gates in Cape Town on April 16 2021 singing struggle songs in support of the LGBTQI+ community.
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Reverse vending machines (RVMs) used for recycling are nothing new to SA, but the machines rewarding you for recycling via a new app is.
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Norma no-show: Zondo authorises summons after Gigaba's estranged wife skips state capture testimony
The estranged wife of former finance minister Malusi Gigaba, Norma Mngoma, had her attorneys read out a letter of withdrawal to the Zondo commission on April 13 2021.
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SA's 'My Octopus Teacher' wins best documentary BAFTA, now onto the Oscars
The team behind 'My Octopus Teacher', an original SA production for Netflix, was among those who took home top prizes at the 2021 British Academy of Film and Television Arts (Bafta) awards on April
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400 arrests in four days as Cele clamps down on Cape Town's Covid-19 informal settlement
Police minister Bheki Cele and an entourage of officers walked 4km through Cape Town's Covid-19 informal settlement on April 10 2021.
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