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Two men sentenced to 15 years for gang raping a 28-year old woman

By Sihle Masuku email: sihle@makoyanews.co.za Picture by SAPS

Sthembiso Ngcobo, 29 and Lakhile Wexu 30 years, were yesterday, 24 October 2016, sentenced to 15 years in prison for a charge of rape by the Mdantsane Magistrate Court. 124 more words

Illegal fisherman found with 4 Million worth of fish released

By Sihle Masuku email: sihle@makoyanews.co.za Picture by SAPS

According to 013NEWS, the men arrested for illegal fishing in Mpumalanga have been released.

The Vosman Magistrate Court on 21 October, found the four men not guilty of illegal fishing and were given lighter sentences. 196 more words

#FeesMustFall legacy

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Bongani Mavundla

A famous student-led campaign against the increment of fees at South African public universities has become a force to be reckoned with. 338 more words


Joint venture helps track down serial gang terrorising the Sandton and Woodmead area

By Sihle Masuku email: sihle@makoyanews.co.za

4 armed suspects were apprehended by the SAPS flying squad and a private security company, Duma Tactical’s Special Unit.

The suspected criminals were arrested on Wednesday, at the old Pretoria main road, Buccleuch, Johannesburg. 103 more words

“We’re students! We’re not criminals!”

“We’re students! We’re not criminals!” the protesting Witsies shouted at the police wearing riot gear and armed to the teeth. Students took out their student cards and waved them at  police after the latter fired stun grenades just as the protesters were about to reach Education campus in Parktown. 183 more words



By Gavin Emmanuel gavin@makoyanews.co.za

Sixty-six members of the South African Police Service in Gauteng have been fired, police said on Monday.

Gauteng Provincial Spokesman Colonel Lungelo Dlamini said police officers have been dismissed between April and September this year. 192 more words

Why government and management should be held equally responsible for vandalism at universities.

By Jason Olivier

I wish people could see beyond damaged property or burnt buildings when they look at #FeesMustFall. It may not necessarily be  something which one can condone – but you need to look way deeper than that – because often the response /behavior  is judged and not the cause or root. 461 more words