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South African police probe officer in pupils assault’s scandal

Police have begun investigation into allegations of against a forensic police investigators alleged to have assaulted two pupils at a Soweto primary school.

South Africa’s Cyril Ramaphosa warns against land invasions

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has warned that land grabs would not be tolerated as the ruling African National Congress (ANC) moves to change the Constitution to expropriate property without compensation.

South Africa listeriosis outbreak toll hits 180

South African health officials said on Sunday that listeriosis has killed 180 people since the start of last year and originated at a food factory in the country's northeast.

South Africa fuel prices to fall in March on stronger rand

The retail price of petrol and the wholesale price of diesel in South Africa will fall on Wednesday after the rand strengthened, the energy department said on Friday.

South Africa suffers world’s largest outbreak of listeria, 172 dead

Listeriosis in South Africa has killed 172 people since the start of last year, officials said Thursday, as the country struggles to contain the world’s largest reported outbreak of the disease.

Jacob Zuma’s son on the run as police hunts for him

The South African elite police have swooped on the Johannesburg mansion hunting for Duduzane, the son of former President Jacob Zuma.

South Africa to compensate families of mentally-ill patients

The South African government will compensate the families of more than 100 mentally-ill patients who died from neglect after they were moved from hospital and placed into unlicensed health facilities.

South Africans vandalise H&M stores in protest of racist ad

The fallout from the racist H&M ad that featured a black boy wearing a hoodie with the words ‘Coolest Monkey in the Jungle’ continues, with South Africans going beyond Twitter outrage and actually vandalsing H&M stores in Gauteng, the Western Cape and Limpopo.

Union urges Nigerians in South Africa to adopt safety measures over missing lions

The Gauteng Province chapter of Nigeria Union, on Monday, urged Nigerians living in the area to adopt safety measures following the escape of five lions in the area.

Grace Mugabe probed over alleged assault in South Africa

South African police were on Tuesday investigating an alleged assault by Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe on a model who was staying at a Johannesburg hotel with her two sons.

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