[News24Wire] Diaries of Danish citizen Peter Frederiksen, which could be linked to crimes he allegedly committed, came under scrutiny in the Bloemfontein High Court on Wednesday.
[KPMG] As has been widely reported, various allegations have been raised with respect to KPMG South Africa’s work on behalf of the Gupta family and work performed in 2014-2015 on the ‘Report on Allegations of Irregularities and Misconduct’ which KPMG South Africa produced for the South African Revenue Service (SARS report).
[Nation] Social media is a double-edged sword. It can cut both ways, by making you big or destroying your entire future.
[New Zimbabwe] Police will soon abandon spot fines in place of an electronic ticketing system that shall see offending motorists’ vehicles scanned at roadblock spots and being allowed to pay their fines at a later stage.
[This is Africa] The most substantial sex advice most of us have ever had from our parents is ‘ do not get pregnant’ or ‘do not get Aids’. The conversation about safe and good sexual practices is never had. This can lead to bad sex or, worse, dangerous sex.
[News24Wire] The Constitutional Court on Wednesday directed the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) to answer a series of questions relating to the payment of grants.
[Premium Times] The trial of a Federal High Court judge, Adeniyi Ademola, continued on Wednesday at a high court of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, with the seventh prosecution witness giving her testimony.
[Deutsche Welle] Known in her native South Africa as “the Steel Lady,” former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela was awarded the German Africa Prize Thursday for her fight against corruption in her home country.
[News24Wire] Crimes are being committed in South Africa’s prisons with impunity, a researcher said at a Judicial Inspectorate of Correctional Services’ (JICS) seminar on prison assault and torture on Thursday.
[The Herald] The trial of an Indian woman and her son, accused of selling her late husband’s business which was part of an unregistered estate, started on Monday with the pair pleading not guilty. Nighert Parween Savania (62) and her son Deen Savania (33) were facing fraud charges when they appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Tendai Rusinahama.The complainant, Nathan Munaba, bought the business in 2012.