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The Western Cape High Court will today deliver judgment in the nuclear court case brought by two organisations against government.

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Details of Van Breda house inspection expected to be heard

Details of the in loco inspection at the Van Bredas’ multi-million rand home are expected to be read into the record in the Western Cape High Court on day three of Henri van Breda’s triple murder trial.

How you can help save the Karoo

The Karoo BioGaps Project, a citizen science initiative that aims to document the area's natural resources, says there’s an urgent need to document indigenous species.

50 up for Etzebeth as Stormers ring changes

Eben Etzebeth will play his 50th Super Rugby game for the Stormers when they face the Highlanders in Dunedin.

Nasty C's two music videos automatically disqualified from Samas

The organisers of the Samas announced that two of Nasty C’s music videos have been disqualified.

SAA flights affected as passengers warned of cabin crew strike

Passengers booked to travel with South African Airways are being advised its cabin crew is currently striking outside its offices at OR Tambo.

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While You Were Asleep

North Korea hails 'largest ever' firing drill

North Korea has hailed its largest-ever firing drill, overseen by leader Kim Jong-Un to mark a key military anniversary amid high tensions in the region.

Austrian police arrest 2 suspected of terror links

Austrian law enforcement officials say police have arrested two people on suspicion of belonging to a terrorist organisation.

Yemen aid conference gets $1.1bn in pledges: UN

International donors have pledged about $1.1bn for war-torn Yemen as the UN calls on the warring parties to grant access to humanitarian aid.

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Two in court in connection with murder of 12-year-old boy in Coligny

Two people who were arrested in connection with the death of a 12-year-old boy in Coligny, North West, which was apparently the reason for violent protests in the area, are expected to appear in the town’s magistrate’s court on Friday.

Panayiotou case continues

Christopher Panayiotou, Sinethemba Nemembe and Zolani Sibeko appear on charges of conspiracy to commit murder, murder, kidnapping, robbery with aggravating circumstances and unlawful possession of firearm and ammunition.

...in the end I believe that on Freedom Day we should all ask ourselves: “What must I do, given that I am alive at this time, in South Africa?”

- Melanie Verwoerd