#ICYMI City Press: Inside cop killers' horror sex cult

2018-02-25 22:31
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Inside cop killers' horror sex cult

Leaders of the Mancoba Seven Angels Ministry cult - called "angels" by their members - have emerged as the alleged masterminds behind Tuesday night's massacre of five police officers at the police station in the tiny Eastern Cape town of Engcobo.

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Zuma to face 18 charges

Prosecutors analysing former president Jacob Zuma’s representations to avoid his day in court have recommended that all charges against him be reinstated.

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Supra in State capture spotlight

Premier Supra Mahumapelo's province is in the cross hairs of the state capture investigation after it emerged that he authorised a trip for senior North West health officials to India - paid for by a Gupta-linked company.

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R2.1bn copyright claim over Madiba image

What is believed to be the largest copyright infringement claim involving a South African artwork - R2.1bn for a photograph of former president Nelson Mandela – is again before the high court in Pretoria and heading for a costly showdown with the state.

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Fury as R36m is blown on non-existent toilets

The eThekwini municipality blew R36 million on 2 200 toilets that were never built.

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KZN ANC tries to mend after losses

The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal is scrambling to find its next leader - a person on whom the party’s biggest province will pin its hopes as it looks to avoid being left out in the political wilderness.

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When 'war' came to town

A police officer who survived this week’s attack on the Ngcobo Police Station in the Eastern Cape has described how he had to crawl on the ground to escape a volley of rifle fire that met him when he arrived to help his slain colleagues.

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Mondli Makhanya: Spooks failed the nation

The unfolding and enthralling story about investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 US elections has shown some stark differences in how the Americans and South Africans reacted to attacks on their sovereignty.

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Ramaphosa must win back people's trust

It all started on December 20 last year when networks transmitted to an anxious nation - and the world - news that Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa had been elected president of the ANC.

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All the beautiful people at Littlegig 2018

The Wiesenhof farm outside Stellenbosch hosted the annual Littlegig 24-hour festival last weekend.

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The Samro building got an awesome face-lift

The Southern African Music Rights Organisation (Samro) is housed in an uninteresting building in Braamfontein. But it happens to be the place where your favourite music is logged and registered so that it’s legal and paid for.

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