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Taegrin suspect 'cleared'

The family of the man who appeared in an identification parade related to the death of Taegrin Morris, who was dragged alongside a car for kilometres after a hijacking, says he has been cleared.

Under the knife in 3D

Wearing darkened glasses to help him see three-dimensional images, specialist surgeon Dr Francois Schutte could be mistaken for a movie watcher - but he is performing surgery.

Landlords want to pass on power charges

A housing tribunal ruling banning landlords from passing on service charges for supplying electricity to tenants was "unfair", the National Energy Regulator of SA heard yesterday.

Pupils with 'fancy' locks chased out

A large group of Port Elizabeth pupils were barred from school yesterday and ordered not to return until they had shaved off their "fancy" holiday hairstyles.

Parole-monitoring company under auditors' glare

Days after being awarded a multimillion-rand contract to monitor hardened criminals on parole, a Pretoria company is the subject of a forensic investigation.

Juju: Cops see red

Members of the Economic Freedom Fighters wreaked havoc in the Johannesburg city centre yesterday when they stormed the Gauteng legislature, demanding that their representatives be allowed back into the house.

National anthem, flag plan a complete waste of money: iLIVE

The planned R34 million programme to distribute flags to school and teach pupils the national anthem is such a complete waste of money, the very money that is supposed to be supporting us, the matriculants.
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US, European airlines halt flights to Israel due to instability

Air carriers in the United States and Europe halted flights to Tel Aviv after warnings from governmental agencies in an effort to ensure passenger safety as turmoil in Israel and the region intensified.