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Cops come under attack for a second day in PE's northern areas

Although no protests were planned for Port Elizabeth’s northern areas on Tuesday‚ violence erupted in Helevale late in the morning.

No bail for Panayiotou

Murder-accused Christopher Panayiotou has again failed in his bid to get bail after Judge Glenn Goosen denied his appeal in the Grahamstown High Court on Tuesday.

Surgery cancelled at Helen Joseph because of linen

A linen shortage has once again led to the cancellation of operations at Helen Joseph Hospital in west Johannesburg.

Bullets fly at protest

Gangsters in Port Elizabeth opened fire on the police yesterday during what was meant to be a peaceful protest about the lack of teachers in the area.

Prevention better than cure

Medical aids need to do more to prevent patients with chronic diseases landing up in hospital.

ANC lekgotla calls on mining companies to review their retrenchment plans

The African National Congress’ mid-year lekgotla held at the weekend‚ had noted that the economy was growing at a disappointingly low rate‚ while there had also been a worrying increase in the number of retrenchments in key sectors‚ while energy security continued to be a constraint‚ ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe said on Monday.

Australian reality TV stars 'shot at by IS' in Syria

Australian public broadcaster SBS Tuesday defended a reality show where participants were shot at by Islamic State militants in Syria as part of a trip retracing refugees' journeys, saying they had extensive security preparations.