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  1. | Thieves cause R100 000 damage to Cape of Good Hope SPCA
    Criminals have caused damage worth R100 000 to vehicles at the Cape of Good Hope SPCA in Grassy Park, affecting services to about 200 animals.
  2. | Sanef welcomes ruling in hate speech case
    The South African National Editors' Forum has welcomes the ruling by the Appeals Panel of the Press Council of South Africa which set aside a ruling against HuffPost SA.
  3. | Protests flare up as Mandela Bay deputy mayor addresses evicted residents
    Hundreds of residents of the Ikamvelihle settlement in Nelson Mandela Bay have barricaded roads and demanded to see Deputy Mayor Mongameli Bobani.
  4. | Hawks nab suspect after guns, bullet proof jacket and blue light seized
    An abandoned luxury Jeep parked at a fast food outlet in Sea Point in April, which was discovered with two guns, ammunition and tactical jackets in it has led to the arrest of a suspect.
  5. | 28 arrested in Cape Town gangland swoop
    A total of 28 people have been arrested in a massive swoop by police and the NPA around Cape Town, including in the gang stronghold of Ravensmead.
  6. | ANC Joburg scores DA-led coalition 20% for performance
    The ANC greater Johannesburg region has expressed a lack of confidence in the performance of the City of Joburg’s DA-led coalition government.
  7. | Police tipped off of councillor's killing - Moerane Commission hears
    A councillor has told the Moerane Commission the death of his friend and fellow councillor in 2011 could have been prevented by police.
  8. | SA's Qwelane 'directly contributed' to Uganda’s anti-gay laws, university says
    Former Ugandan ambassador Jon Qwelane "directly contributed" to the formulation of anti-homosexuality laws in Uganda, the University of Pretoria’s Centre for Human Rights alleges.
  9. | Dlamini-Zuma chased out of Marikana because of 'unresolved issues' - ANCWL
    The ANC Women’s League says its presidential candidate, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, was chased out of Marikana because of "unresolved" issues between AMCU and the government.
  10. | #News24 ICYMI: Fury over Vodacom's data disaster; hundreds confess to eating human flesh; and John Legend is coming to SA!
    Clients furious over Vodacom's data "glitch", Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma gets a frosty welcome in Marikana, Lindiwe Sisulu says President Jacob Zuma should face an inquiry, and see how a scooter rider plunges into a huge sinkhole.

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