#News24 ICYMI: De Lille continues legal action against 12 DA members; SABC will no longer air Bafana Bafana games; and Eastern Cape dams could run dry in 3 months
David Mabuza appoints former spy boss with checkered past as his advisor, Zimbabwe opposition members in court over election violence, and SA short film wins another international award.
Here are today’s top stories:
Outgoing Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille says she is not finished with pursuing legal action against at least 12 individuals she claims defamed her over the last six months.
Explosive new claims by fugitive Czech mobster Radovan Krejcir have triggered an investigation by South Africa’s police watchdog, the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID), that could implicate a senior ANC politician.
South African Football Association (SAFA) CEO Dennis Mumble has confirmed that the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) can't afford to broadcast any Bafana Bafana and Banyana Banyana matches.
Deputy President David Mabuza has appointed controversial former crime intelligence boss Mulangi Mphego as his special advisor.
Water levels in dams in the Kouga district in the Eastern Cape are critically low and water could run out completely within two to three months.
Twenty-seven members of Zimbabwe's MDC opposition appeared in court Monday on violence charges after post-election protests that triggered a security crackdown.
The rand, which opened at R13.32/$ on Monday morning, will remain vulnerable to local political headwinds this week, according to analysts.
It is increasingly clear to me that the ANC is completely out of its depth in the way the party is handling this sensitive matter. This is not a matter of organising the office Christmas party; this decision is central to the future of South Africa's economy and wellbeing, writes Adriaan Basson.
Whether Susan Rohde was dead or alive when she was found hanging behind the bathroom door of a hotel room was a question debated in the Western Cape High Court on Monday.
South African director Zwelethu Radebe’s short film, The Hangman has bagged another international award.
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