Thursday, August 25, 2016

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Panayiotou and his co-accused to appear in the Port Elizabeth High Court for a pre-trial hearing.

Somila Nkosana
25 August 2016


Murder suspect Christopher Panayiotou and his co-accused, Sizwezakhe Vumazonke and Sinethemba Nenembe, are expected to appear in the Port Elizabeth High Court for a pre-trial hearing.

Panayiotou is said to be the alleged mastermind behind his wife Jayde's killing last year in April. He has since had his bail application dismissed twice.

Last month a fourth suspect, Zolani Sibeko, was also arrested in connection with the murder. Last month Zolani Sibeko was formally charged for conspiracy to commit murder, murder and abduction after police said they had linked him to the co-accused.

Police claim that through their investigations including cell phone plotting, they placed Sibeko with Vumazonke and Nenembe on the day that they allegedly scouted Jayde's route to her school. Panayiotou has been incarcerated for more than a year.

Panayiotou is expected to sit in the docks with his co-accused in a pre-trail hearing. The official trial date has been set for October 3.

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Mother and son, 2, burn to death in their home in Milnerton

Somila Nkosana
25 August 2016

A mother and her 2-year-old son burnt to death in an early morning shack fire in Joe Slovo Park, Milnerton, on Wednesday, the City of Cape Town's fire services said.

Spokesperson Liezl Moodie said firefighters responded to the scene at 01:00, where they found the lone iron and wood structure in flames.

No other shacks were affected.

The woman and the little boy were found dead in their home.

The cause of the fire has not yet been determined and police are investigating.

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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

58 police officers arrested countrywide

Natasha Mabutho
24 August 2016


The Hawks have arrested 58 police officers countrywide for corruption over the past five months.

Briefing the police portfolio committee in Parliament yesterday, the unit's national head Berning Ntlemeza revealed 37 of those arrests were made in Gauteng.

Ntlemeza says since April, the Hawks' anti-corruption unit apprehended their some of own.

Of the four arrests, two are from the national office’s Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI), while the others are from KwaZulu-Natal and the North West DPCI.

The DPCI is cleaning up within itself.

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Police shot armed robber in the leg in Site C,CPT

Nontando Mafanya
24 August 2016

An armed robber was shot in the leg while his accomplices escaped after a shootout during a heist at an Mfuleni shop on Tuesday.

Captain FC Van Wyk said A taxi driver told a police patrol about a robbery happening nearby at 11:30.

As the police moved in that direction, shots were fired at them by men who were pretending to be bystanders near the spaza shop.

Police members returned fire and one man, who was inside the shop with the owners, robbing them at gunpoint, was shot in the leg and arrested.

Three men escaped, leaving behind their getaway vehicles, a rented Hyundai and a white Ford bakkie, which were parked behind the shop.

The injured man, a 25-year-old from Site C in Khayelitsha, would appear in the Blue Downs Magistrate’s Court soon on a charge of business robbery.

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Police arrested 36 year old man with abalone worth R2m

Nontando Mafanya
24 August 2016


A tip-off led police to an abalone haul worth R2 million in Mitchell's Plain.

Captain FC van Wyk said that the bust was made on Monday night, after the local crime prevention unit got information about illicit activities at a house in Chelsea Street, Rondevlei Park.

He said Police found the abalone during a search of the property.

Police confiscated the abalone and arrested a 36-year-old man, residing in Belhar, for the illegal possession of abalone.

The suspect is due to appear in the Mitchell’s Plain Magistrate's Court soon.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Sotheby's boss to be moved to Stellenbosch for court appearance

Leonie Pretorius

23 August 2016

Police say Sotheby’s International Realty CEO Jason Rohde, who’s been arrested in connection with his wife's murder, will appear in the Stellenbosch Magistrates Court within the next 48 hours.

Rohde was arrested at his Bryanston home in Johannesburg this morning.

Susan Rohde was found dead in a room at Spier, an exclusive wine estate and hotel in Stellenbosch, late last month.

The police’s Frederick van Wyk says, They can confirm that a 47-year-old suspect has been arrested earlier today in Johannesburg for the murder of Susan Rohde.

Her body was found on 24 July at a hotel near Lynedoch.

The suspect is due to appear in the Stellenbosch Magistrates Court on a charge of murder.

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CEO of Sotheby International Realty will be charged for his wife murder

Nontando Mafanya
23 August 2016


The husband of Susan Rohde, whose body was found in a bathroom of an upmarket Stellenbosch hotel, has reportedly been arrested in connection with her murder.

Western Cape police confirmed to reporters that a 47-year-old man had been arrested in Johannesburg this morning.

Jason Rohde is the chief executive officer of Sotheby International Realty.

He was expected to appear on a charge of murder in the Stellenbosch Magistrate’s Court soon, said Captain FC van Wyk.

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Teenage boy died after being electrocuted in Philippi

Nontando Mafanya
23 August 2016

An investigation has been launched after a teenage boy was electrocuted in Philippi.

It's believed the 17-year-old was trying to install an illegal power connection at the Jim se Bos informal settlement yesterday.

A friend who was with the teen said he had climbed onto a pole-mounted transformer and was shocked while trying to switch on the electricity supply.

He died on the scene.

The City of Cape Town says about three years ago, a 12-year-old boy was also electrocuted in the same area after apparently falling on an illegal power connection.

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Child hanged and 2 family members shot in brutal KZN murder

Natasha Mabuto
23 August 2016

KwaZulu-Natal police on Monday appealed to the public for information about the murder of a mother and her two children.

Lieutenant Colonel Thulani Zwane said that police were called to the Mzungu area in Ndwedwe on Friday night.

They found the bodies of Thandokwakhe Bhengu, 35, and her two children Lindelani, 16, and Lungisani, 8.

The mother and teenager had been shot dead and Lungisani was hanging from a pole.

The motive for the triple murder had not been established yet.

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Economists warn that the fuel price hike will likely be at the end of the year

Nontando Mafanya
23 August 2016

Motorists can look forward to a second consecutive fuel price cut next month.

However Economist Dawie Roodt says fuel prices will likely start rising again closer to the end of the year.

The cost of petrol came down by 99 cents this month and another drop.

Over the medium term, because of an expected rise in the price of international oil and an expected weaker currency, further falls should not be expected in the coming months.

We can surely expect a petrol increase by the end of this year again.

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Issues of the SABC, election violence and public protector will be discussed at Parliament this week

Natasha Mabuto
23 August 2016

Today, the Hawks will brief the police portfolio committee on some of their high-profile cases, including the arrest of terrorism suspects in Gauteng and individuals linked to rhino horn poaching.

Violent protests,the selection of the new public protector and pre-election killings will be the focus in Parliament this week.

A number of councillor candidates were killed in KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape.

Tomorrow, the committee will question the SA Police Service on their handling of violent pre-election protests in areas such as Tshwane and Vuwani, and murders committed during the period.

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Monday, August 22, 2016

KZN sex-tape teacher victim attempts suicide

Wayne Boonzaaier
22 August 2016


One of the alleged victims of a Nquthu teacher who allegedly filmed himself having sex with students is in a stable condition after reportedly attempting to take her own life over the weekend.

The teacher was exposed after graphic footage was reported to the department of education last week. He was immediately suspended and has not reported for work since then.

Department of Education spokesperson Muzi Mahlambi said that they had received a report over the weekend that one of the victims who appear in the sex videos had tried to commit suicide.

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Reports of no fees hike for 2017 denied

Leonie Pretorius

22 August 2016

Cabinet has denied reports that President Jacob Zuma has instructed Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, as well as his Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande to find money as to not hike next year's tuition fees at tertiary institutions.

Over a week ago, the National Treasury told theFees Commission of Inquiry , looking into the feasibility of free tertiary education, that such a decision was not budgeted for.

Briefing the media in Pretoria, the Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe, reiterated government's position that a decision on whether there would be an increase in tuition fees, would only be made after consultations with stakeholders.

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Pregnant woman dies week after being run over at car wash

Leonie Pretorius

22 August 2016

The heavily pregnant woman who was run over at a car wash in Pretoria has died.

Belinda Louw was in the waiting area of the car wash of a Sasol filling station in Gezina on August 13 when an employee lost control of a vehicle he was not authorised to drive and drove over her.

Louw was 38 weeks pregnant and her son, who was going to be called Ryan, would have been born by Caesarean section last Friday.

He did not survive the accident. She died in the Muelmed Hospital in Pretoria Sunday night, Rekord Moot reported.

Louw broke her wrist, six ribs and her pelvis, suffered lacerations to her pancreas and hurt her lungs and kidneys.

The employee was trying to drive a Toyota Fortuner from the washing area to vacuuming area.

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About 13 000 customers affected by Telkom strike

Leonie Pretorius

22 August 2016

Telkom spokesperson Jacqui O'Sullivan says about 13 000 customers had been hit by outages caused by sabotage.

This has happened as the Communication Workers Union strike against Telkom moves into its fourth week.

O'Sullivan says while about 870 CWU members were on strike on Friday, their behaviour has now had a significant impact on many residential and business customers.

She says the No Work No Pay policy will be implemented.

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More arrests pending in connection with DA Councillor's murder

Nontando Mafanya
22 August 2016

The Hawks say more arrests are pending in connection with the murder of Democratic Alliance councillor Hannes Baatjies.

A suspect was arrested on Friday and is expected to appear in the Post-mas-burg Magistrate’s Court today.

Baatjies was reportedly tempted to what he believed was a business meeting last week, where he was then shot and killed.

Baatjies, 49, was found dead near his car in Groenwater in the Northern Cape, just hours before he was due to be confirmed in as a DA councillor.

A 29-year-old suspect who was arrested on Friday, and faces murder and attempted murder charges.

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SANCO expressed sadness over the death of 11 solders

Natasha Mabuto
22 August 2016


The South African National Civic Organisation has expressed sadness at the death of 11 soldiers who died on the R712 near Golden Gate in the Free State.


Spokesperson Jabu Mahlangu said in a statement that the death of the soldiers “put a damper on Women’s month”.


He says that are saddened by the tragic loss of the lives of their warriors, protectors of their freedom, and democracy.


Mahlangu called on road traffic law enforcement authorities to increase visibility in order to reduce the carnage on public roads.


Accident reconstruction experts were sent by the Road Traffic Management Corporation to investigate the bus crash.

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Alleged Killer will appear in George Magistrate court

Nontando Mafanya
22 August 2016

A mother accused of killing her son is expected to apply for bail in the George Magistrates Court today.

The woman allegedly stabbed her 29-year-old son during an altercation last weekend at their home in Pacaltsdorp.

The woman has been in police custody since her arrest last Saturday. Police say she reportedly got into a fight with her son after he tried to steal items from her house.

The man was an alleged drug addict .His mother was arrested for his murder soon after his death.

Western Cape Social Development MEC Albert Fritz has condemned the murder, calling on families to seek help where drug abuse is a problem.

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Sunday, August 21, 2016

Illegal miners arrested.

Wayne Boonzaaier
21 August 2016


Seventy illegal miners, all foreigners, will appear in the Welkom Magistrate's Court on Monday on charges of attempted theft of gold bearing material, trespassing, and immigration laws, Free State police said.

Mine security called the Welkom police to inform them about illegal miners coming out from underground in the Eland shaft mine in Welkom on Friday, Captain Stephen Thakeng said.

After arriving at the scene, police arrested 70 illegal miners with the assistance of mine security officers.

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GORDHAN & NZIMANDE TO FIND PLANS FOR ZERO FEE INCREASE

Wayne Boonzaaier
21 August 2016


President Jacob Zuma has instructed Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande to find the money to accommodate the zero percent fee increase for university students next year.

According to reports Zuma gave the instruction to the two ministers despite Treasury and Nzimande warning that a no fee increase will be unsustainable. Zuma called a meeting with both Gordhan and Nzimande in Pretoria last week Sunday.

Zuma apparently made it clear that he backed the call for a zero percent fee tertiary education by the progressive youth alliance. At the commission of enquiry into Higher Education and Training earlier this month, the Council on Higher Education recommended an across the board inflation-related increase at universities in 2017.

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Man in Worcester arrested for possession of drugs.

Wayne Boonzaaier
21 August 2016


A 55-year-old man was arrested for drug possession in Worcester, Western Cape police said.

According to reports officers followed up information from residents and searched a house in Zwelethemba on Saturday morning.

They found 24 straws of tik and 307 mandrax tablets. The drugs had an estimated street value of R17 000.

The man Is set to appear in the Worcester Magistrate’s Court on Monday.

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Saturday, August 20, 2016

MAPHATSOE DEFAMATION CASE TO START ON MONDAY

Wayne Boonzaaier
20 August 2016


Former Intelligence Minister Ronnie Kasrils is suing the head of the uMkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association Kebby Maphatsoe for defamation.

Kasrils is heading to the Pretoria High Court following allegations made by Maphatsoe over two years ago.

The MK veterans head apparently made remarks during a press conferences that Kasrils gave legal advice to “Kwezi”, the young woman who accused President Jacob Zuma of raping her.

Maphathoe also allegedly accused Kasrils of being a sell-out and an enemy of the revolution for dismissing a number of soldiers of uMkhonto we Sizwe. Kasrils has labeled the allegations untrue and malicious.

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Man electrocuted by power lines on Western Cape farm

Wayne Boonzaaier
20 August 2016


A man was killed and another seriously injured when their industrial vehicle came into contact with power lines near the R44 near Somerset West on Friday.

According to reports the men had been working on a farm at the time.

It is believed that the industrial vehicle they were in came into contact with power lines and they were electrocuted.

Reports further explain that upon arrival at the scene, paramedics found one of the men, believed to be in his 60s, in a critical condition.

Paramedics had to resuscitate him, however, despite all efforts to save the man, he died.

The second man, who is believed to be in his 20s, sustained multiple burn wounds. He was treated and transported to hospital for further medical care.

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Rhino horn trafficker caught in Johannesburg.

Wayne Boonzaaier
20 August 2016



A Chinese man with 10 rhino horns and scores of carved ornaments with an estimated value of R1.5-million was arrested in South Africa as he tried to board a flight to Hong Kong, police said on Friday.

The 48-year-old man was detained on Thursday at Johannesburg's OR Tambo international airport and will appear in court on Monday on charges of trafficking in rhino horns.

South Africa is battling a rhino poaching crisis, with nearly 1,200 animals killed for their horns last year.

Rhino horn is composed mainly of keratin, the same component as in human nails, but the substance is believed in some Asian countries, to have medicinal properties that could cure cancer.

Although scientifically proven to be false, the belief has fuelled a lucrative illegal trade in rhino horn in Asia.

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EFF & DA feel let down by smaller parties after ANC retains Rustenburg.

Wayne Boonzaaier
20 August 2016


The Economic Freedom Fighters and Democratic Alliance in Rustenburg say they feel let down by the other small political parties who withdrew from an agreement to form a coalition government and oust the anc.

Yesterday, the African National Congress retained power with mayor Mpho Khunou returning for a second term in office.

Proceedings in the chamber got off to a rocky yesterday morning, with clashes between the ANC and EFF requiring police to be deployed to the city centre.

Opposition parties have been unhappy with the result after being confident that negotiations with other small entities, would lead to a coalition government.

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Friday, August 19, 2016

two gangsters appeared in court today

Nontando Mafanya
18 August 2016

Two people were set to appear in the Bluedowns Magistrates Court today in connection with the theft of heavy military weapons.

They were arrested near Zevenwacht Mall in Kuils River earlier this week during an intelligence-driven operation.

During the operation, police discovered arms including an assault rifle, ammunition and a rocket-propelled grenade launcher.

It’s being reported the men, aged 25 and 28, are affiliated to the 28’s gang.

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Presiding Judge of the Thulsie twins’ case says proper procedures were not followed

Natasha Mabuto
19 August 2016

On Monday,the Johannesburg Magistrates Court found the arrests of Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie were legal because the police had reasonable suspicion of an offence being committed.

The Hawks took the 23-year-old twins, at their homes in Newclare last month on suspicion that they were planning to bomb Jewish and US interests in the country.

However an urgent court application to challenge the arrests of the Thulsie twins has been struck from the roll.

Advocate Annelene Van Den Heever applied for an urgent court application to be heard in the High Court today to overturn Monday’s ruling.

The State was only served with the application last night and a single judge cannot overturn a ruling from a lower court.

The matter has to be challenged on review by two judges.

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Rustenburg council meeting

Natasha Mabuto
19 August 2016

While the ANC prepares to play the role of opposition in the Tshwane council, the DA's Solly Msimanga is expected to be elected mayor of Tshwane today.

He will likely do so thanks to an agreement by opposition parties to stick together and oust the ANC.

No party could manage to get a 50% majority during the August 3 local government elections, leaving the council hung.

Following talks between parties, the EFF agreed to vote with the DA, while the FF Plus, UDM, Cope, and ACDP signed a coalition agreement with it.

Msimanga said he was looking forward to the day and the work that lay ahead.

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Trial date in Khayelitsha teen murder case expected today

Leonie Pretorius

19 August 2016

A trial date for two men accused of the rape and murder of Sinoxolo Mafevuka is expected to be set today.

The accused have been in police custody for the past two months after they were denied bail earlier this year.

Mafevuka’s body was found in a communal toilet in Khayelitsha in March.

The two cousins are expected to hear when their trial is likely to start in the Western Cape High Court.

During their last appearance, the State had requested a postponement so that detectives could continue their investigation and gather evidence before trial.

Defence lawyer Thabo Nogemane had on a previous occasion requested that police focus their efforts on finding the deceased's alleged lover.

The investigating officer had told the court the man had fled to the Eastern Cape because he was scared of the two accused.

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Public Protector candidature still running

Somila Nkosana
19 August 2016

Five candidates, including two judges, are head-to-head for the job. The committee tasked with finding a new Public Protector spent two hours yesterday eliminating nine of the 14 shortlisted candidates who were interviewed last week.

Two of the five candidates attracted the most debate, Judge Siraj Desai and Professor Bongani Majola. African National Congress members of Parliament argued strongly for Desai, including Amos Masondo.

But the Democratic Alliance noted Desai’s volatile temper, while the Economic Freedom Fighters questioned Desai’s lack of financial skills.

The EFF’s Floyd Shivambu also objected to Majola for being a prosecutor and magistrate under apartheid and having no struggle credentials. However, the ANC and DA backed him.

The committee meets on Wednesday to agree, or go to a vote, on a final candidate to recommend to the National Assembly.

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Thursday, August 18, 2016

Public Protector candidates list reduced to five

Natasha Mabuto
18 August 2016

In a relatively short meeting, the multi-party committee shaped down the number of candidates from 14 to five.

Five candidates will now be competing for the Public Protector position after an immediate cutting down of the candidate list today.

Most of the 9 other candidates were swiftly sent off with, including current Deputy Public Protector Kevin Malunga.

MPs did not even debate his candidacy, and merely said he must fall off the list.

The five candidates who made the list are judges Sharise Weiner and Siraj Desai, and advocates Busisiwe Mkhwebane, Muvhango Lukhaimane and Professor Bongani Majola.

While the three candidates Weiner, Mkhwebane and Lukhaimane, made the list without any objections, firm debates were held over Desai and Majola's candidacy.

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ANC members walked out of the first council meeting in NMB

Nontando Mafanya
18 August 2016

Some African National Congress councillors have walked out of the first council meeting where Athol Trollip has been elected unopposed as mayor.

The UDM's Mongameli Bobani was also installed as the deputy mayor during the meeting.

Councillors have been warned not to insult other members at this afternoon’s sitting.

The Democratic Alliance secured 46.7 percent of the vote in this month’s local government polls and entered into a coalition with the United Democratic Movement, Congress of the People and the African Christian Democratic Party to form a multi-party government in the hotly-contested metro.

As Trollip took his mayoral seat, there were cheers and celebration.

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Alleged serial rapist back in the court

Leonie Pretorius
18 August 2016

A man accused of committing at least 23 rapes over the past five years is expected to appear in the Bellville Magistrates Court today.

The 33-year-old suspect appeared in the dock in May and the State requested an additional three months for further investigation.

Forensic evidence linked the man to the rapes, committed over an extended period in Delft and Khayelitsha.

According to police, the man followed and threatened his victims before robbing them of jewellery and mone.

Cases of robbery and assault with intent to inflict grievous bodily harm have since been added to the charge sheet.

The man was nabbed in Epping three months ago.

At the time, seven victims had been traced.

The State said it needed more time to locate the rest of the complainants, who are aged between 18 and 28.

Some are currently in the Eastern Cape.

The suspect previously told the court he would not be applying for bail.

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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Solly Msimanga will be mayor of Tshwane and Athol Trollip will be the mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay

Leonie Pretorius
17 August 2016

It is all systems go for the Democratic Alliance to form a government in the municipalities of Tshwane and Nelson Mandela Bay.

Mmusi Maimane confirmed that Solly Msimanga will be mayor of Tshwane, while Athol Trollip will be mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay.

This after the party had secured coalition agreements with Congress of the People, African Christian Democratic Party, Freedom Front Plus, United Democratic Movement and Inkatha Freedom Party.

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EC police tried to come up with the information of NMM University student murder

Nontando Mafanya
17 August 2016

Eastern Cape police today appealed for information to help solve the murder of Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University student Thambani Ngwekazi and the rape of his friend.

Ngwekazi, 28, and his 21-year-old friend were hijacked while they were waiting in a gold VW Golf in North End, Port Elizabeth, to pick up two other students for a night out on SaturdaySix men approached them and forced the two into the boot of their car at gunpoint.

They were taken to a beach in Port Elizabeth. The 21-year-old woman was raped and Ngwekazi was shot.

His body was found floating in the sea near Brighton Beach. The stolen VW Golf was recovered, but no arrests had been made yet.

The university said everybody was shocked by the first year emergency medical student's death.

Counselling was on offer for those who needed it. He was originally from KwaZulu-Natal.

Spokesperson Zandile Mbabele said the rape survivor was receiving counselling, as were the witnesses who saw them being bundled into the boot of the car.

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Potential candidates of Public Protector will be reduced tomorrow

Nontando Mafanya
17 August 2016

Committee chairperson Dr Makhosi Khoza says in a statement they will be meeting to reduce the number of potential candidates from the 14 who were shortlisted to a possible five.

The Parliamentary Committee tasked with finding a new Public Protector is to meet tomorrow to narrow down its shortlist, with a final decision possible as early as next week.

All the shortlisted candidates were subjected to gruelling interviews last week that were broadcast live and continued from early morning until the early hours of the following day.

The committee chairperson says they’ll be meeting at Parliament at 1pm tomorrow to reflect on the performance of each candidate during their interviews.

The committee has until the end of the month to report back to the National Assembly.

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Thuli Mandonsela says that society isn’t ready for a woman to lead

Natasha Mabuto
17 August 2016

With less than seven weeks to go before handing over the reins as Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela explained the importance of achieving the 50:50 gender parity goal by the year 2030.

Reflecting on her position as Public Protector, Madonsela said she is in the position she is in today because of other women who nominated her for the job and that society is not ready for women to lead.


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Nigerians accused of human trafficking denied bail

Somila Nkosana
17 August 2016


Three Nigerian nationals have been denied bail in the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court for their alleged involvement in human trafficking.

The trio were nabbed last month and face additional charges of kidnapping.

It has been reported that desperate job seekers are often preyed upon and exploited by opportunists such as the three men. They lure their victims to Johannesburg under the guise of employment opportunities.

Magistrate Vincent Ratshibvumo says, “Together with two other ladies they were in a flat, and all of a sudden three Nigerian Nationals came about and told her the job she will be doing is one in prostitution."

The victims were held in a flat in Hillbrow. They were allegedly forced to pose naked for pictures on the internet as part of their
initiation. They claim they were made to eat human faeces and drink urine.

When they refused they were beaten up.

With the help of the local police, one woman managed to escape. She then opened a case.

During a sting operation, she identified the men who are her captors.

Two of the victims are still missing, while the third has been moved to a place of safety following the threats to drop charges.

The trio will appear in court later this month.

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