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Durban crash claims two lives

DURBAN, June 17– Two men died and another was seriously injured when a truck smashed into them on the M7 eastbound before Titren Road in Durban in the early hours of Saturday morning, paramedics said. Rescue Care and EMRS paramedics arrived on the scene about 30 minutes after midnight and “found carnage”, Rescue Care spokesman […]

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Cop shoots wife, mother-in-law, himself in Limpopo

JOHANNESBURG, June 16 – Police have opened an inquest docket after a 40-year-old member of the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) opened fire and shot at his wife and mother-in-law, before committing suicide in Ga-Rakgoatha village, Limpopo. The mother-in-law died instantly, said spokesman, Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe. “The member resided at Emdo Park, Polokwane. It […]

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Limpopo cops seek ritual murder suspects

THOHOYANDOU, June 10 – Limpopo police have launched a “massive” manhunt for those involved in an alleged ritual killing, police said on Saturday. “The provincial tracking team led by the deputy provincial [police] commissioner for detectives Maj-Gen Bafana Linda jointly with the crime intelligence unit launched a massive manhunt for the suspects who killed a […]

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Case against O’Sullivan and two Ipid investigators postponed

PRETORIA, June 9 – The case against private investigator Paul O’Sullivan his assistant, attorney Sarah Jane Trent, and two long service employees of the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) has been postponed by the Pretoria Magistrate’s court on Friday. Mandla Mahlangu and Temane Binang, together with O’Sullivan and Trent, have been charged with fraud, conspiracy […]