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Cele announces 30 GBV hotspots in SA and some of the interventions to combat violence against women
Police minister Bheki Cele on September 22 2020 provided details for a plan to combat gender-based violence (GBV) and femicide in 30 hotspots in South Africa.
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Nateniël Julies' mother pleads for no bail for police who allegedly murdered her son
Nateniël Julies' alleged killers appeared at the Protea magistrate's court on September 22 2020 to submit their applications for bail. Conflicting accounts arose during the court proceedings.
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Mapping Mozambique’s insurgency threat that could cost the country billions in gas revenue
Mozambique could lose about R1.5-trillion in gas revenues if an Islamic militant group continues to capture vital ports, islands and cities in the country's northernmost province.
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Zuma no-show at state capture inquiry: Zondo allows application of issuing of summons against Zuma
Former president Jacob Zuma was set to appear at the state capture inquiry this week.
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'Will level 1 lead to a second wave?': Wits professor gives insight into SA's Covid-19 strategy
With alert level 1 under way, South Africa has endured trials and tribulations since the beginning of the national lockdown.
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Dope! Harties coffee shop offers 'A to Zol' way to grow your own weed
'Die Joint' is a 420-friendly coffee shop and nursery in Hartebeespoort in the North West. The shop sells various seeds, oils and creams, while a separate restaurant area serves pizza.
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Renowned human rights advocate George Bizos laid to rest in Johannesburg
Famed South African advocate George Bizos was commemorated during a category one state funeral on September 17 2020.
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"Mastermind" school teacher convicted of kidnapping and extortion along with co-accused
Tharina Human, the “mastermind” behind the kidnapping of a six-year-old girl in 2019 , was sentenced to an effective 10 years in prison on September 17 2020.
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Gatherings, eased curfew and international travel: SA to move to lockdown level 1
President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on September 16 2020 that South Africa will be moving to lockdown alert level 1 from September 20 2020.
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'We are starving!' SA artists protest lack of government support in Pretoria
A small contingent of artists, musicians and creatives protested at the Union buildings in Pretoria on September 16 2020.
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Ex-Eskom employee says Guptas were 'counting on Dlamini-Zuma victory' to save Brian Molefe
Former company secretary and head of legal Suzanne Daniels took the stand at the state capture inquiry on September 15 2020.
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'Koko is lying': Former Eskom secretary says acting CEO introduced her to Gupta 'foot soldier'
Former Eskom secretary and senior manager Suzanne Daniels took the stand at the state capture inquiry on September 15 2020.
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Anxiety, uncertainty & loneliness: Lockdown's true toll on SA's children
With the phased reopening of schools upon us, TimesLIVE looks at how the lockdown has affected children, of both primary and secondary school age, mentally.
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Norma Gigaba back in court over 'damaged' Mercedes G Wagon
Norma Gigaba appeared briefly in the Pretoria magistrate’s court on September 14 2020 following her arrest on July 31 2020.
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Teen found dead in Eldorado Park one week after Nateniël Julies' killing
Eldorado Park teenager Winston Hendricks was found dead on September 1 2020. This comes one week after the killing of fellow 16-year-old Nateniël Julies.
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'Please, no bail,' asks mother of Nateniël Julies as police trio appear in court
Scorpion Simon Ndyalvane, Caylene Whiteboy and Vorster Netshiongolo appeared in Protea Glen magistrate's court on September 10 2020.
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From serving drinks to washing cars: How lockdown is birthing entrepreneurs
Charné van Heerden is the head bartender at House of Machines bar in Cape Town.
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Beaten, dragged & left for dead: Comrades champ Bester healing after nightmare attack
Former Comrades winner Nick Bester was attacked, allegedly by three men, near his home outside Pretoria on August 30 2020,.
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Struggling District Six Museum faces potential closure as Covid travel bans continue
The Covid-19 pandemic has left many industries reeling after forcing South Africa into lockdown.
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Clicks shutdown: Shivambu leads EFF protest in Sandton while other stores vandalised
Members of the EFF, led by deputy president Floyd Shivambu, protested outside the Clicks retail store in Sandton City as part of a nationwide protest on September 7 2020.
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German town reeling as mother allegedly kills five of her own children
The western town of Solingen, Germany, has been left shocked after the bodies of five children were found by police on September 3 2020.
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'I am coloured, I am proud!': Schoolgirl delivers powerful poem at Nateniël Julies memorial
Eldorado Park schoolgirl Candice Nonhlanhla Khumalo delivers a powerful poem at a community vigil held for Nateniël Julies in Eldorado Park on September 3 2020.
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Parties, hampers & security upgrades: 5 key points from Mokonyane's state capture testimony
Former environmental affairs minister Nomvula Mokonyane appeared at the state capture inquiry on September 3 2020 following testimonies from Angelo Agrizzi and his personal assistant against her.
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Nateniël Julies' death: Third police suspect appears in court
A third officer appeared in court in connection with the murder of Nateniël Julies on September 3 2020. Vorster Netshiongolo was arrested on September 1 2020.
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'All aboard!'- Free health-care train stops in Gauteng for the first time in 26 years
Transnet's Phelophepa health-care train has made its way to Gauteng for the first time in its 26 years of operation due to the spike of Covid-19 cases in the province.
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Battle of the PAs: Agrizzi vs Mokonyane in state capture inquiry
Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi’s former PA, Gina Pieters, took the stand at the state capture inquiry on September 2 2020.
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Pap en sous on the go? PapStix is SA's new ready-to-eat meal
PapStix are R11 ready-to-eat rolls of pap with a tasty sauce centre. The meal was designed and made specifically with African food culture in mind, while adding a side of major convenience.
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No bail for pregnant woman accused of killing boyfriend with acid
Makgodi Josephine Pheeha, who is accused of pouring acid on her boyfriend, was denied bail at the Soshanguve magistrate's court on August 31 2020.
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Cops accused of killing Nathaniël Julies to remain in custody pending legal representation
Two police officers appeared in the Protea magistrate's court on August 31 2020 in connection with the death of Nathaniël Julies.
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SA's '2,000MW of emergency power before 2022'- Here's what you need to know
The department of mineral resources & energy has started the process to procure 2,000MW of “emergency power” and R40bn in investment.
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