Cele concerned by the increasing number of GBV cases involving police officers
Police Minister Bheki Cele was speaking at Popcru’s two-day central executive committee meeting in Boksburg on Thursday, where he called on police members to improve their treatment of GBV victims.
Cele frustrated with the release of serial offenders back into society
Police Minister Bheki Cele was speaking at the Popcru central executive committee's two-day gathering in Boksburg, where police killings were among key topics discussed.
Police Minister Cele laments growing backlog in processing DNA samples
The minister addressed delegates at the Popcru central executive committee gathering in Boksburg on Thursday where he said that the DNA backlog stood in the way of SAPS resolving cases of gender-based violence and murder around the country.
Memorial service for late Deputy Minister Mkhize to be held on Thursday
Deputy Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize passed away at the Donald Gordan Medical Centre on 16 September. She had been diagnosed with lung cancer in 2017.
NW ANC names Rose Thabanchu as mayor-elect for Matlosana municipality
Rose Thabanchu is set to replace the late Maetu Kgaile, who passed away in July this year due to COVID-19-related complications.
White-collar workers may find it easier to work from home, says expert
An IPSOS ‘empty offices’ webinar has heard that while white-collar workers may find it easier to adjust to working from home, those doing more manual work face challenges.
Working from home affecting productivity & staff morale, survey finds
The Ipsos online survey, which was conducted over two days, showed that companies risked losing competitiveness as productivity slumped due to working remotely.
Nomia Ndlovu murder trial postponed to Monday
She arrived in court on Tuesday morning with her hands cuffed behind her back after complaining on Monday that the leg irons she had on were too tight and caused her legs to swell.
Alleged killer cop Nomia Ndlovu denies having a hand in her niece’s death
Ndlovu is said to have pocketed a large section of a R100,000 insurance pay out after contributing R60,000 towards her niece Zanele Motha’s funeral.
Nomia Ndlovu denies tampering with evidence at scene of sister’s death
Nomia Ndlovu is accused of poisoning and then strangling her sister in 2013.
Emotional Nomia Ndlovu denies having problems with boyfriend before his murder
Ndlovu was giving her account of the day she learnt of Mabasa's death. She also denied that they had been experiencing problems in their relationship at the time of his death.
Murder accused Nomia Ndlovu expected back in court to continue testimony
Last week, Ndlovu gave the court her account of events leading up to the deaths of Madala Homu and her niece Zanele Motha - two of six people Ndlovu is accused of killing in order to benefit financially from insurance payouts.
There were earlier attempts on Nomia Ndlovu's boyfriend's life, claims sister
Luceth Mabasa has told Eyewitness News that there were earlier attempts on her brother, Maurice Mabasa’s life, including a home fire in 2015.
Nomia Ndlovu denies lying about relationship with cousin to claim insurance
On Thursday, Ndlovu blamed insurance company Hollard for registering Madala Homu as her spouse, when in fact he was her cousin.
Nomia Ndlovu denies pleading guilty to plot to kill her sister
Asked why she pleaded guilty to plotting her sister’s murder in 2018, Nomia Ndlovu told the court that she was not given a chance to explain what she was pleading guilty to but that it was certainly not to have her sister killed.
Nomia Ndlovu says she was coached to say she wanted her sister & her kids killed
Ndlovu was back in the Palm Ridge Magistrate Court on Friday, where she faces charges relating to the murders of her family members and the conspiracy to kill other relatives for insurance money.
Alleged killer Nomia Ndlovu denies posing as her sister to take insurance policy
The court previously heard evidence from an expert who analysed recordings of the calls to the insurance company and said it was Nomia Ndlovu’s voice and not that of her sister Audrey.
Nomia Ndlovu blames insurance company for registering relative as her spouse
The former Tembisa constable has been in police custody since 2018, when she was arrested in a sting operation after she was implicated in a plot to kill her relatives in order to claim insurance money.