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News24.com | LIVE: #FeesMustFall - UKZN Pietermaritzburg campus set ablaze
With recent student protests against rising university fees headed into a second week, matters have once again escalated at UKZN's Pietermaritzburg campus, where a fire that engulfed a res has just been extinguished.
News24.com | 'I forgive you' – Worcester bomb survivor
One of the 67 people who survived the 1996 Worcester bombing says forgiving the man who nearly killed her was one of the most difficult things she has done.
News24.com | Mantashe's comments on fees protests reckless – ANCYL
ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe must watch what he says when speaking on the current wave of fees must fall protests, ANC Youth League president Collen Maine has warned.
News24.com | Hearings into mining community problems resume
The SA Human Rights Commission’s hearings into the socio-economic conditions in mining communities are expected to resume in Johannesburg.
News24.com | Anika Smit murder case to resume
A 24-year-old man is set to make his second appearance in the Pretoria North Magistrate’s Court in connection with the murder and mutilation of teenager Anika Smit.
News24.com | Fields Hill truck owner back in court
The owner of a truck that ploughed into several vehicles on Pinetown's Fields Hill in 2013, killing 24 people, is set to appear in the Verulam Magistrate's Court.
News24.com | Strandfontein pair drown in rip current
Two men drowned while swimming in the sea of Mnandi beach near Strandfontein on Sunday.
News24.com | SABC must abide by SCA ruling – ANC
The SABC must act in line with a commitment President Jacob Zuma made to the judiciary that government departments and state institutions will not ignore court rulings, so says the ANC.
News24.com | PMB medic stabbed in the face at accident scene
A Pietermaritzburg paramedic was stabbed and assaulted while trying to assist the injured at an accident scene in KZN’s provincial capital on Saturday night.
News24.com | Forensic expert to probe house fire that killed DA councillor
An investigation is under way into a fire that killed DA councillor Lulamile Xesi in his house in George on Sunday morning.
News24.com | Gordhan not Jesus Christ – ANCYL
Ongoing public spats between the Hawks and Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan are unacceptable, the ANC Youth League said on Sunday.
News24.com | Go back to lectures, ANCYL tells protesting students
Students must wait for the fees commission to finish its work before protesting, the ANC Youth League said on Sunday.
News24.com | DA wants to protect IEC from ‘bullying’
DA leader Mmusi Maimane on Sunday pledged to help the IEC cope with the ANC’s alleged “bullying” following this year’s local government elections.
News24.com | Fees cancellation rumours untrue - UJ
The University of Johannesburg on Sunday poured cold water on rumours that it had cancelled all student debt.
News24.com | Hlaudi must keep his job - ANCYL
The ANC Youth League on Sunday threw its weight behind former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
News24.com | ANC rubbishes report it wants new parly rules to protect the president
The ANC on Sunday disputed a Sunday Times story alleging that the party’s chief whip wanted a new parliamentary rule to protect its president.
News24.com | Varsities to stay shut amid uncertainty over protests
Several universities across the country have elected to remain shut on Monday following uncertainty over ongoing fee protests.
News24.com | Fees won't go up for some, so why the protests?
A student activist explains why there are still protests on campuses, despite many seeing the university fees announcement as being a good compromise.
News24.com | DA heads back to court over Hlaudi
The DA is heading back to court amid reports that Hlaudi Motsoeneng will get his job as SABC COO back, although this time in an acting capacity.
News24.com | University protests top the news in SA
University protests topped the news across the country over the last week, followed by interest in former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng, Mandoza, and Heritage day, says a media monitoring organisation.
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