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Absa says some sensitive information leaked by employee

Absa says some sensitive information leaked by employee

The bank declined to provide any information on the quantum of the leak as the investigation is ongoing

Potential hotspots for local elections flagged

A list of potential hotspots for protest flare-ups has been handed to the electoral commission ahead of next year’s local government elections.

'Fatigue among our staff is a real issue': Mkhize

Health minister Zweli Mkhize has expressed concern about the sector's ability to cope with a resurgence in Covid-19 infections, saying heath-care workers will again feel the pressure.

Man sentenced to life for the death of his wife, son

A Galeshewe man was sentenced to life imprisonment for the deaths of his wife and 16-year-old son at the Northern Cape High Court on Monday.

KZN cops robbed of service pistols at gunpoint

A KwaZulu-Natal police officer was assaulted during an incident in which she and her partner were robbed of their service pistols on Tuesday.

Printing company employee appears in court over matric exam leak

A 31-year-old man appeared before the Johannesburg magistrate court after he was arrested for the alleged theft of a 2020 matric mathematics exam paper 2.

Policeman's bid for bail in Nateniel Julies murder case continues

The third policeman implicated in the murder of Nateniel Julies says he should be released on bail because he played no role in the teen’s murder.

Modise declines secret ballot ahead of Ramaphosa no-confidence vote

National Assembly speaker Thandi Modise has refused to allow a secret ballot ahead of Thursday's debate and vote on a motion of no confidence in President Cyril Ramaphosa.

eThekwini city manager's wife becomes 18th accused in R430m waste corruption saga

The wife of embattled eThekwini city manager Sipho Nzuza has been named the 18th accused in the ongoing R430m Durban Solid Waste (DSW) corruption saga.

Somalia expels Kenyan ambassador over 'interference'

Somalia expelled Kenya's ambassador and recalled its own envoy from Nairobi after accusing its neighbour of interfering in the electoral process in Jubbaland, one of Somalia's five semi-autonomous states.

Government-union showdown over salary increases headed for more talks — report

The government has asked unions to postpone the long-awaited court case on wage increases for public sector workers until after February 1, saying it wants to work towards a settlement.

Cloud over pastor Shepherd Bushiri's extradition, as he appears in Lilongwe court

While the NPA has confirmed that an extradition request has been submitted to the Malawian government through diplomatic channels, the Malawian government says it has not received any formal communication from SA.

Germany bans far-right "Wolf Brigade 44", finds weapons and Nazi symbols

Police found a crossbow, machete, knives and Nazi symbols in early-morning raids on Tuesday after banning a far-right extremist group called "Wolf Brigade 44" which the government says wants a Nazi state.

Ethiopia's PM savours victory, Tigrayan leader says war not finished

Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed lauded his troops on Monday for ousting a rebellious northern movement, but the leader of Tigrayan forces said they were still resisting amid fears of a protracted guerrilla conflict.

Islamists attack three French military bases in Mali

Al Qaeda-linked Islamist fighters rocketed French military bases in Kidal, Menaka and Gao in northern Mali within the space of a few hours on Monday morning.

Teen has rare keloid that covers half his face and body removed

A rare disfiguring keloid that has slowly been growing on Koena Mokhari’s body and face for seven years is finally being removed on Tuesday.

Body of missing Muizenberg lifeguard found after three-day search

Thokozani Mthethwa, 23, disappeared on Saturday while going to the assistance of a kite surfer off St James beach.

Rape-accused East London attorney to represent himself

A well-known East London attorney, who on Monday fired his SA Legal Aid-appointed lawyer, will now defend himself against charges of twice raping and viciously assaulting his wife after he could not raise the funds to appoint a private lawyer

More legal action between bus company and eThekwini, leaving commuters stranded and drivers idle

eThekwini bus service provider Tansnat has launched urgent high court proceedings to compel the local municipality to provide it with the required 450 buses it needs to service 150,000 passengers it transports daily.

A possible 'mini lockdown' in the Western Cape? Here is what you need to know

A possible ‘mini-lockdown’ is on the cards for the Western Cape.

Horse grooms can claim UIF, rules CCMA

The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) has ruled that a group of former Dippin Blu Racing horse groomers from Port Elizabeth are entitled to claim unemployment benefits.

CONSUMERLIVE | Here's what people bought on #BlackFriday sales this year

The story of 2020 is mirrored in South Africa’s top online retailer’s top 10 Black Friday bestsellers, with packs of disposable face masks being topped only by air fryers.

Andile Lungisa released on parole: correctional services

Former ANC Nelson Mandela Bay councillor Andile Lungisa was released on parole on Tuesday, the correctional services department has announced.

House and wedding for Powerball millionaire — as search is on for R53m Lotto winner

One player won the R53m Lotto jackpot on Saturday, operator Ithuba confirmed on Tuesday.

Gynecologist is not God, principal tells pregnant teacher

A principal from Makabelane Technical and Commercial High School in the Free State will report at the education district offices pending an investigation after a number of allegations were levelled against him.

Burn victim hopes to be a soldier and save the world

A 12-year-old burn victim  has a dream of becoming a soldier and saving the world.

SAPS accused of flouting tender bids

A Johannesburg company has hauled the SA Police Services before court over how it evaluated bids in a  R525m wellness screening and temporary incapacity management tender.

Sister faints as family's axe-murder accused appears in dock

There was drama in the Elliotdale magistrate's court yesterday when the young sister of a slain mother of five was carried outside unconscious as the man accused of killing her beloved sister took to the dock.

Village shocked by charges against 'down-to-earth' Edwin Sodi

An incomplete church stands tall above neighbouring houses in the middle of the village in rural Limpopo where businessman Edwin Sodi was born.
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