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Smash and grab hotspot - Suspect is arrested

An alleged smash-and-grab thief is behind bars on Friday. He was caught shortly after he reportedly stole a cellphone from a stationary car at a robot next to the Fountains Circle‚ in Pretoria‚ which is a smash-and-grab hotspot.

Arrest SABC journalists' attackers‚ Sanef urges police

The South African National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) has called on police to investigate and arrest protesters responsible for attacks on SABC journalists and the theft of their cellphones and recording equipment during the march against foreigners in Pretoria on Friday.

WATCH: Looting as anti-foreigner protesters make their way to Tshwane CBD

Anti-foreigner marchers left a trail of destruction on their 15km march to Pretoria CBD on Friday‚ tearing down makeshift shelters of pilgrims camping outside the Tshwane Events Centre along WF Nkomo street where a weekend-long church service is held.

Patients endangered as unqualified Joburg nurses forced to perform specialised tasks‚ says union

Nurses employed by the City of Johannesburg say they are forced to perform duties beyond their qualifications‚ putting people at risk.

Suspect turns himself in following Alberton pub killing

A man on Friday handed himself over to Alberton police‚ following the killing of Ludi Vink‚ who died while trying to stop a pub brawl.
FILE PHOTO - Gambia's President Al Hadji Yahya Jammeh attends the plenary session of the Africa-South America Summit on Margarita Island

How money flowed to Gambia's ex president

Funds from a dollar bank account in the name of the Jammeh Foundation for Peace, a charity founded by Gambia's former president Yahya Jammeh, flowed to Jammeh himself, not to foundation projects, according to bank records and interviews with a former charity official and a former presidential staff member.
FILE PHOTO - Transgender activists and supporters protest near the White House in Washington

One month in, anti-Trump movement shows signs of sustained momentum

U .S. Representative Leonard Lance, who has held more than 40 town hall-style meetings with constituents in his central New Jersey district, has never faced a crowd like he did on Wednesday.