July 20, 2017

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Father and his two sons killed in accident

Eyewitnesses say the truck driver was trying to avoid another vehicle.

Germany nets record 3.8-tonne cocaine haul

The shipments in March and April were found in containers from Paraguay while a third load of 788kg of cocaine came from Uruguay.

Springbok Pharmacy broken into again

An unknown number of suspects allegedly broke into the pharmacy, targeting specifically the perfume, but were stopped.

Scramble for homes in Knynsa

There are very few available houses to rent at under R10k a month in Knysna to accommodate families with children and pets.

Elderly Hillcrest couple hijacked, husband shot

The hijackers fled in the couple’s car with the paralysed wife, who was later found in KwaDabeka.

Body of half-naked woman found next to soccer field in Free State

The identity of the woman, thought to be in her 30s, is not known at this stage.

Macadamia growers’ association forecasts Limpopo crop drop

This as the crops are under more constraint due to the lack of rain that resulted in a drought earlier this year.

Police find mother who ‘abandoned’ her baby

The mother has promised to come and fetch her baby after she 'abandoned' the baby at a daycare centre two years ago.

Gupta proxy Gigaba must quit, says Maimane

The DA leader says Zuma deployed the former home affairs minister to Treasury with the sole purpose of looting and advancing the interests of the Guptas.

MiWay under fire for fake ‘black baboons’ comment

The insurance company has confirmed that all the uproar is without doubt caused by a fake image.

NMMU changes name to Nelson Mandela University

It appears the 'Metropolitan' part isn't welcome or needed any more.

Durban fishermen want access to all traditional fishing grounds

Environmentalists are also outraged over ExxonMobil’s plans to drill for oil and gas off Durban’s southern coastline.

Man’s body pulled from Durban harbour

Paramedics who assessed the man determined he had been in the water for a long time.

Anoj Singh, the middleman in the Eskom-Trillian-McKinsey triad

Eskom appears to have created a different set of rules when deciding to not suspend their CFO.

Bus crash kills 28 in northern India – police

Last week, 16 pilgrims died in a bus crash in neighbouring Jammu and Kashmir state.

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