Monthly Archives:October 2016

Ka-ching – New restaurants and shops mean V&A Waterfront is perfectly poised to cash in on busy summer season

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The Victoria & Alfred (V&A) Waterfront has opened a number of new restaurants around the property to expand its dining offering.
Source: Times LIVE

US should strike back at cyberattackers: report

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The US government and private sector should strike back against hackers to counter cyberattacks aimed at stealing data and disrupting important computer networks, a policy report said Monday.
Source: Times LIVE

SA Human Rights and Aids Activist Bob Phato dies

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Human Rights and Aids activist Bob Phato has died.
Source: Times LIVE

Inggs family in tears as graphic picture of Jayde's body shown in court

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Jayde Panayiotou’s family wept on Monday afternoon as close-ups were shown of her body including her face as it was found on April 22 last year, already in rigor mortis.
Source: Times LIVE

Police wasted more than R17m on political witch-hunts: DA

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The Department of Police has spent more than R17 million on political witch-hunts targeting individuals who have fallen out of favour with President Jacob Zuma or his acolytes‚ the Democratic Alliance (DA) said on Monday.
Source: Times LIVE

Abrahams should take responsibility for bringing justice system into disrepute: Law Society

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The Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) has welcomed the decision by the National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP)‚ Shaun Abrahams‚ to withdraw charges against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Source: Times LIVE

Driveway rage lands DA councillor in court

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A quarrel over a parked car blocking a driveway that degenerated into a street fight put a Democratic Alliance councillor in court on a charge of assault on Monday.
Source: Times LIVE

University students want to interdict Wits over exams

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Students from the University of Witwatersrand with the assistance of the Socio-Economics Rights Institute (SERI) have applied for an interdict in the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg to prevent the university from commencing with its end of year examinations this Thursday‚ asking for a postponement of at least two weeks.
Source: Times LIVE

Sales of jerry cans and JoJo tanks spike as taps run dry

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Sales of water tanks‚ jerry cans and pool cover have spiked since water restrictions intensified.
Source: Times LIVE

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