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South Africa has signaled its intention to withdraw all non-essential personnel staff from its embassy in Cairo, Egypt following the recent political development in the country.
At least 15 people have been reported dead after a double-Decker bus crashed In South Africa's Hex river pass, near De Doorns East on Friday. The accident occurred at about 10.30 am.
The South Africans government has warned that it would not tolerate any act of vandalism or any related violence engendered by prison rascals who...
South Africa’s striking mine workers are insisting on continuing their seizure from duties despite threat of a mass dismisal which had been communicated to them through text messages. Almost 50 workers were shot dead about a month ago as the Anglo-American company sent in police to tackle them after it was said the strike was turning more violent. The killing had recorded one of the most weird company and workers scenario with a court judge questioning the morality behind arraignment of hundreds of workers in court charged for murder when the real murderers, the police should have been charged. Also on Friday, the dead bodies are still counting with one man picked up from a remote area of a strike where police had further resisted protests. The body was found near the Anglo American mine, located in North West province, according to a strike leader.
The numbers of protesting miners killed by South African Police have risen to almost 40.
Police claimed an electronic device used by auto manufacturers to jump-start a vehicle when the owners have lost the ignition key, is increasingly being used by criminals to steal cars.
Johannesburg - Police in South Africa are investigating a case of criminal concealment of death after it was discovered a 17year-old student gave birth to a baby and left her to die in a school compund
South Africa’s former national Police commissioner and former United Nations SA envoy , Jackie Selebi has been sentenced to 15 years imprisonment for corruption.
Police say a South African man who wanted to watch a World Cup match instead of a religious program was beaten to death by his family in the northeastern part of the country.
The South African Police are assuring the World that the forthcoming World Cup finals will witness a top level security and safety to life and properties as the Police are taking nothing for granted to guarantee a crime free tournament