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News24.com | Parys farm attack apparently never happened
The alleged attack of an elderly Free State farmer near Parys, which led to the vigilante killing of two men in January, apparently never happened, Netwerk24 has reported.

Fin24.com | Rand vulnerable beyond Sarb’s forecasts
The rand provides the greatest risk to the inflation outlook and interest rate trajectory, cautions Overberg Asset Management in its weekly overview notice.

News24.com | SA companies do little to protect whistle-blowers - Corruption Watch
Many South African companies do not publicly assure protection for whistle-blowers, according to a Corruption Watch report released.

News24.com | EFF backs protesting Hammanskraal residents
EFF says it supported Hammanskraal residents’ resistance to their eviction from land in the area.

Channel24.co.za | Bill Cosby ordered to stand trial in decade-old sex case
Bill Cosby has been ordered to stand trial on sexual assault charges that could send him to prison for 10 years.

Health24.com | SA set to join global plain cigarette packaging trend
The South African Government is preparing a Draft Bill to introduce plain packaging of tobacco products. The Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) welcomes this stand against tobacco use.

Sport24.co.za | Lions show must go on without Elton
With injury ruling out star flyhalf Elton Jantjies, the Lions will have to find a way to go on without their playmaker.

News24.com | Forensic expert suggests explosion downed EgyptAir jet
Parts of bodies recovered from the crash of EgyptAir Flight 804 show signs of burns and are so small that they suggest the jet was brought down by an explosion.

News24.com | Police spend R8m on luxury cars for Zuma wives
The SAPS has spent more than R8m on eleven cars for President Jacob Zuma’s wives over the last five years.

News24.com | Zuma 'a rent-seeker par excellence'
Rent-seekers like President Jacob Zuma and his family are not only guilty of self-enrichment, they are actually actively undermining South Africa’s economic prospects, writes <strong>Max du Preez</strong>.

News24.com | #IAMCONSTITUTION: These kids talking about SA's constitution will make you super proud
Take a look at a few of the inspiring moments of the unique 16-day road trip that got everybody talking about SA's constitution.

News24.com | Twin assaults in Syria, Iraq pile pressure on ISIS
Kurdish-Arab forces have launched a major assault against ISIS in Syria's Raqa province and Iraqi forces advanced on it in Fallujah, piling pressure on the jihadists in two strongholds.

Fin24.com | Chicken price hike will shock South Africans - Amie
An import tariff on EU bone-in chicken will see retail prices rise by punitive amounts, says the Association of Meat Importers and Exporters of SA. However, the SA Poultry Association has rubbished this claim.

News24.com | Handpicked highlights to enjoy at Wacky Wine Weekend 2016
The Robertson Wine Valley comes alive from the beginning of June for the 13th annual Wacky Wine Weekend.

News24.com | Woman beaten to death in Krugersdorp
A woman has been beaten to death at her house in Munsieville, in Krugersdorp.

News24.com | School apologises for Zuma cartoon test question
A private Christian school has apologised for a Grade 6 test paper that had questions about a Zapiro cartoon of President Jacob Zuma, the Gauteng education department says.

News24.com | We want peace - protesting Hammanskraal residents
Protesting Hammanskraal residents say they want peace in their area and to be assured that their shacks will not be demolished again.

News24.com | Parliament a 'sordid reality programme'
Opposition parties have blamed the National Assembly’s tattered image on President Jacob Zuma and Speaker Baleka Mbete.

Sport24.co.za | Sharks' Mjekevu set to bolster Kings
Former Junior Springbok Wandile Mjekevu has joined the Southern Kings on loan for the rest of the Super Rugby season.

News24.com | Half a million construction workers could be at risk
About 500 000 workers are risking their lives on construction sites that do not comply with health and safety laws, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant says.
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