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Clinic in Lavender remains closed due to gang violence

The Lavender Hill Clinic's doors will remain closed following an uprising in gang violence in the area, says the City of Cape Town.

Two pedestrians killed in hit-and-run

Police are searching for a suspect who killed two pedestrians in a hit-and-run on Saturday morning in Limpopo.

400 000 Congolese children face starvation

Authorities claim about 400 000 children in the Democratic Republic of Congo face severe acute malnutrition, primarily because of the political instability that has plagued that country during the past year.

Community says Courtney's mom is involved in toddler's murder

The mother of murdered three-year-old Courtney Pieters is 'unhappy and heartbroken' saying that they community is accusing her of being involved in her daughter's murder.

Woman gets seven years jail time for stealing millions from company

A Cape Town woman will spend seven years in prison after she was found guilty of stealing R8 million over 10 years from her employer.

Nine police firearms go missing, IFP thinks it was an inside job

The Inkatha Freedom Party believes that the case of the nine missing guns at the uMkhomazi Police Station, is the result of an inside job.

Three suspects arrested for kidnapping and robbing businessman

Three men, believed to have been part of kidnapping and robbing business people, have been arrested by Gauteng Police.

Police make one arrest, following hijacking of security vehicle

Police made a breakthrough this weekend, when an arrest was made, following an armed robbery and hijacking that took place at Kwazakele in the Eastern Cape on Friday.

Ariana Grande to hold benefit concert in Manchester

American singer Ariana Grande will be holding a benefit concert for the victims of the Manchester attack.

Four bodies found on Mount Everest

Four bodies have been found in a tent at the highest camp on Mount Everest.

Suicide bomber behind Ariana Grande concert attack

The death toll from the explosion has risen to 22 from the 19 initially reported, with 59 injured. Children are listed among the dead.
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