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Defence department obstructing investigation: DA

The defence department is obstructing an investigation into money spent by its former minister Lindiwe Sisulu for chartered flights on a Gulfstream jet, the DA said on Tuesday.

Islamic state issues video of beheading of US hostage

The Islamic State released a video purporting to show the beheading of American hostage Steven Sotloff, a monitoring service said on Tuesday, as the militant group raised the stakes in its confrontation with Washington over US air strikes on its fighters in Iraq.

SAPS welcomes Concourt ruling

The SA Police Service on Tuesday welcomed the ruling of the Constitutional Court which found the institution had not acted unfairly or discriminated anyone.

Tlakula was a threat to democracy: EFF

The EFF on Tuesday welcomed IEC chairwoman Pansy Tlakula's resignation and said her departure was in the interests of democracy.

Johannesburg man held for killing cop

A man has been arrested for allegedly hijacking and killing a police officer in Meadowlands, Soweto, Gauteng police said on Tuesday.

UK withdraws warrant for ill boy's parents

British prosecutors are dropping the case against a couple who ended up in a Spanish jail after they tried to get treatment abroad for the boy's severe brain tumor, authorities said Tuesday.

Eight people held for Cape Town bus damage

Eight people were arrested on Tuesday for allegedly setting two trucks alight and damaging a bus in Mfuleni, Cape Town, Western Cape police said.

IEC chairperson Pansy Tlakula resigns

"I have decided to resign from the Electoral Commission and have submitted my letter of resignation to President Zuma," she said in a statement.

Floyd Shivambu tells Mbete 'The majority are wrong'

Speaker Baleka Mbete on Tuesday warned the EFF she would not tolerate "anarchy" in Parliament, but was promptly challenged by party Chief Whip Floyd Shivambu, who accused her of bias.

We will provide free healthcare for all: Zuma

The state will provide free medical care and hospitalisation for all, President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday.
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Mokotjo bullish ahead of Sudan clash

Kamohelo Mokotjo believes Bafana Bafana owe it to South Africans to qualify for major tournaments around the world.

Kings turn to physical line-up for Province

Eastern Province Kings coach Carlos Spencer made four changes to his team, in a bid to introduce greater physicality in defence for the Currie Cup match against Western Province in Cape Town on Friday.

Beckham 'sad' over Welbeck's United exit

Former Manchester United midfielder David Beckham told the BBC on Tuesday that he was "sad" to see home-grown striker Danny Welbeck leave the club for their Premier League rivals Arsenal.

Germans cautious on Qatar winter World Cup

The chief of the German Football League (DFL) has warned FIFA against unilaterally changing the dates of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar so that it is played in the European winter.

Bolt wants a race against a cheetah

He is not going to let anyone beat him and he thinks it would be cool to compete against a cheetah, the world's fastest man Usain Bolt said Tuesday in the Indian city of Bangalore.

Islamic state issues video of beheading of US hostage

The Islamic State released a video purporting to show the beheading of American hostage Steven Sotloff, a monitoring service said on Tuesday, as the militant group raised the stakes in its confrontation with Washington over US air strikes on its fighters in Iraq.

Atalanta announces first new car in 75 years

The British sportscar company is back with a special hand-built, classically styled roadster which combines 1930s good looks with 21st century mechanical know-how.

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Gauteng e-toll critics take Sanral to task

Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance and QuadPara Association of South Africa chide Sanral at advisory panel for paying lip service to last year’s consultation process

Medical schemes’ failure to win new members worries council

Membership has stagnated at about the 8.8-million mark, annual report shows

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