The Public Protector South Africa says it has launched a new "own-initiative systemic investigation" into conditions at the Phoenix mortuary in Durban.

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It was a largely successful morning of heats for South Africa’s swimmers at the Commonwealth Games on Saturday, but all eyes remain on Lara van Niekerk and her 50m breaststroke final in the evening session.

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"We planned on how we were going to succeed in life." These were the words of Tshepo Mokhachane, as he recounted the tragedy in which two of his friends were killed when walking home from a party last week.

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Bafana Bafana legend Benni McCarthy has joined Premier League giants Manchester United as a first team coach.

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The alleged rape of eight women shooting a music video at a mine dump in Krugersdorp, Gauteng, has awakened traumatic memories for Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi.

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Jacques Nienaber warned that the All Blacks would come to South Africa "desperate" following their humiliating first home series defeat to Ireland.

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Press baron Iqbal Survé, the executive chairperson of Independent Media, has alleged he is facing an unprecedented "vendetta" by "the establishment" to destroy his companies - which he likened to apartheid.

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In its discussion documents, the ANC is proposing lifestyle audits for its leaders in addition to a clear policy on relatives doing business with the government.

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Businessman George Barkhuizen, sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his wife Odette, who was killed in what was initially thought to be a hijacking, has applied for leave to appeal his conviction.

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The Instagram site of Themba Selahle, better known by his Instagram name of 'Grootman', has been taken offline, days after SA's financial watchdog warned the public that he did not have a license to trade foreign currency.

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The ANC wants to overhaul the naturalisation system that saw the Guptas gain citizenship through corrupt avenues.

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The Western Cape High Court heard evidence from Captain Winston Pickard.

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Well-known social activist Leon Louw, who founded the Free Market Foundation in 1975, last week quit the think tank following differences with its leadership.

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Banyana attacker Jermaine Seoposenwe said she had something of a point to prove after being away from the national setup for three years.

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Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis may have been calm and demure at the festive welcome celebration for her side, but she also admitted to holding back her tears.

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Pupils wept as they remembered their fallen soccer star.

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ANC employees have gone on a go-slow and threatened to go to court ahead of this week's ANC policy conference, questioning why the party has funds for the event, but not to pay its staff.

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The Department of Correctional Services has denied claims by the Namibian government it refused to provide legal assistance in the case involving Imanuwela David, the alleged mastermind of the Phala Phala farm break-in and robbery.

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Rhodes University has renamed two of its residence halls after South African struggle icons Solomon Mahlangu and Hugh Masekela.

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From scrapping the 100MW licencing threshold to importing power and bringing in law enforcement to tackle sabotage and theft - read the president's energy plan in full.

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Snow has turned the eastern parts of Lesotho and the Eastern Cape into a winter wonderland.

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