An SA Bitcoin platform claims its ‘super shy‘ founder has stolen all its money; A Vaalwater predator park owner is distraught after discovering his lions and tiger have been poisoned and man who killed two cyclists in Durban gets 10 year jail sentence.
Here is a roundup of the day‘s stop stories:
President Cyril Ramaphosa‘s review of the national executive and government departments has begun and it could lead to fewer ministers and less government departments.
A company promising massive returns to SA investors via Bitcoin, and now being probed by the Hawks, has claimed its “super shy” founding trader has absconded with all the money and they don’t know where he is.
There‘s been another major development in the Ashwin Willemse-Nick Mallett-Naas Botha saga as SuperSport confirmed that none of the trio would be on air on Saturday.
We‘ve made a comprehensive list of everything you need to know ahead of the 60th Miss South Africa pageant.
Harvey Weinstein has been arraigned on rape, criminal sex act and other sex charges stemming from encounters with two women.
The KwaZulu-Natal office has stopped auditing the books of the eThekwini Metro and recalled all staff from the council after they reported receiving death threats.
A Vaalwater predator park owner was distraught to discover four of his beloved big cats have been poisoned.
CCTV footage of two men being shot dead at point blank range in broad daylight in Bellville, Cape Town on Wednesday, has gone viral after it was posted to social media platforms, Facebook and Twitter.
Durban motorist Omesh Ramnarain, convicted of killing two cyclists after he crashed into them, has been given a 10-year “exemplary” prison sentence.
In a guilty plea, rock-thrower Nkosinathi Mthalane says he committed the crimes because of “pain” in his body which he had to “chase away”.
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