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  • Former Bulls player returns to court
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    The trial of former Blue Bulls' rugby player, Phindile Joseph Ntshongwana, who is accused of killing four people with an axe, is expected to resume in the Durban High Court on Thursday.
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  • Kyalami to go on auction
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    The liquidated Kyalami race circuit, which has hosted racing greats including Ayrton Senna, will be auctioned in Hyde Park, Johannesburg, on Thursday.
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  • Show-and-tell in Krejcir court
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    Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir's lawyer on Wednesday brought props to the High Court in Johannesburg, sitting in Palm Ridge, to try and prove a State witness had lied.
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  • Criminal charges against EFF
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    The Gauteng legislature has laid criminal charges against members of the Economic Freedom Fighters, the legislature said on Wednesday.
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Deploying a few Lonmin security guards against thousands of protesting miners was foolish, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard on Thursday.
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Motorists in Gauteng must continue to use the highways without paying the e-toll bills, the Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu) said on Thursday.
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Seventeen people, including 10 tourists from the US, the Netherlands, Canada, Germany and Switzerland were injured when two minibuses, a car and a truck collided in Mpumalanga on Thursday.
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Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille on Thursday withdrew her statement that officials lied to politicians about the number of jobs the arms deal was expected to create.
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A man is being sought by police after he allegedly set fire to a woman and her car, causing burns to her hands and face, in South Crest, Alberton, on Thursday, Gauteng police said.
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Political parties have filed answering papers in the Constitutional Court in reply to the appeal by Electoral Commission of SA (IEC) chairwoman Pansy Tlakula, the Multi-party Forum said on Thursday.
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Deploying a few Lonmin security guards against thousands of protesting miners was foolish, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard on Thursday.
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Motorists in Gauteng must continue to use the highways without paying the e-toll bills, the Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu) said on Thursday.
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Seventeen people, including 10 tourists from the US, the Netherlands, Canada, Germany and Switzerland were injured when two minibuses, a car and a truck collided in Mpumalanga on Thursday.
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