#News24 ICYMI: Africa's youngest billionaire kidnapped in Tanzania; Cassper's Tito Mboweni song makes international news; and Kolisi linked with English move
While crime is increasing, faith in cops is decreasing, Stats SA says, a man has handed himself over to police for the killing of a Gift of the Givers volunteer, and new evidence shows the arms deal commission 'ignored critical evidence of wrongdoing'.
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The EFF, the party of which Floyd is deputy president and where Brian seemingly worked, scooped R1.3m according to three sources Daily Maverick spoke to.
Two alleged corrupt police officers were arrested on Wednesday night by a multi-disciplinary task team including the Hawks, the police's tactical response team and public order policing unit deployed in Westbury.
The general level of crime as estimated by the Victims of Crime Survey has been declining during the past five years, but increased in 2016/17 and 2017/18, Stats SA said in a statement.
A 21-year-old man handed himself to police for the killing of Gift of the Givers' volunteer Ameerodeen Noordien in Hanover Park last week, spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Andre Traut.
Africa's youngest billionaire was kidnapped on Thursday morning by gunmen in Tanzania's economic capital Dar es Salaam, officials said.
If you thought Cassper Nyovest’s Tito Mboweni was a hit when it was first released in 2017, you should see the hype it’s creating now.
Springbok captain Siya Kolisi has been linked with a move to England following the completion of the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
New evidence to be filed as part of a court case taking the arms deal commission of inquiry’s findings on review purports to show that the commission ignored critical evidence, ignored the advice and documents provided by local and international investigators, and ultimately, through wilful ignorance or incompetence, did not do its job.
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