An unrepresented Durban dad has secured a landmark ruling that offers protection to pupils at private schools who haven't paid their school fees; Afrikaans singer Chris Chameleon has admitted that Bles Bridges is not his biological father; and Thulas Nxesi has published for comment a new draft law to regulate expropriation of property in South Africa.
National Police Commissioner General Khehla Sitole and the head of the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID), Robert McBride, are facing off in court.
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Former minister Fikile Mbalula has broken his silence, saying he will be challenging Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's finding that he violated the Constitution and the Executive Members Ethics Code over his family trip to Dubai in 2017.
An unrepresented Durban dad has secured a landmark ruling that offers protection to pupils at private schools who haven't paid their school fees.
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On Friday morning the minister for public works, Thulas Nxesi, published for comment a new draft law to regulate expropriation of property in South Africa.
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Local Afrikaans singer Chris Chameleon has taken to Facebook to release a video in which he confirms that popular singer, Bles Bridges is not his biological father.
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