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Zuma’s redacted medical records under spotlight in SCA appeal  

The Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein on Monday heard an appeal regarding former president Jacob Zuma’s medical parole. The court heard several submissions from various parties including the department of correctional services, Zuma’s legal counsel and counsel for one of the respondents in the case, the DA. One of the submissions brought under the spotlight was the issue of the redacted medical records of the former president. 

Parent shouts at teacher who told granny she ‘will never like coloureds’

A female teacher had to be escorted out of a Johannesburg school by police on Monday after angry parents tried to forcibly remove her for telling a pupil’s granny she “did not like coloureds”.
A parent shouted “you racist pig” as the educator left the Fred Norman Secondary School in Ennerdale, Johannesburg, in a police vehicle.
During an ugly confrontation between the teacher and a Grade 11 pupil’s grandmother on Friday, the teacher told her: “I will never wake up liking coloureds like you because you guys are rude; you guys don’t have manners.”

Police in contact with SANDF but deployment would be premature, says Cele

Police minister Bheki Cele briefed parliament on plans to combat "zama zamas" and crime. He suspects human trafficking is related to illegal miners. He also mentioned police understaffing.
The subject of zama zamas has been a hot topic after the arrest of 350 in connection with the gang rape of eight women in Krugersdorp. Fourteen suspects have already appeared in court.

Seven more suspects linked to Krugersdorp rape case

Seven more suspects linked to the rapes of eight women in Krugersdorp last month are expected to appear in court on Thursday, bringing the number of arrests for the attack to 14.

Proceedings were delayed as an age assessment is being done on an alleged zama zama (illegal miner) who says he is a minor.

ANC national executive committee member Nomvula Mokonyane led a protest outside the Krugersdorp magistrate's court, attended by supporters of the ANC, ActionSA and the LGBTQI+ community.

You get the president you deserve, gangster or liberator: Malema

EFF leader Julius Malema has chastised the people of the Eastern Cape for voting ANC despite service delivery failure.
Premier Oscar Mabuyane should be “rotting in jail” for corruption in the province, he alleged.
Malema spoke on several issues, including GBV, farmgate, impeaching President Cyril Ramaphosa and ukuthwala.
“SA, you get the government you deserve. If you want a president of a gangster you’ve got one, but if you want one to liberate you from poverty you have to change your vote.”
Malema said there is enough money in the country, “it’s there even under the mattress”, but SA needs a caring government. He slammed service delivery in the province.

No justice for 52-year-old rape victim after case closed 

SA faces an an epidemic of sexual violence perpetuated against women. Studies show rape victims do not report the crime for a number of reasons, including stigma and distrust in the police. When cases are reported, sexual assault victims are often failed by law enforcement and the legal system. This was the case for 52-year-old Margeret Mulaudzi, from Thohoyandou, Venda. Mulaudzi was raped in her home earleir this year, but has not seen justice served after an inadequate investigation and the closure of her case. 

Disclaimer: Please be advised that the following podcast contains vivid descriptions of sexual assault which some listeners may find offensive. Please note, for the purpose of protecting the identity of the GBV survivor in this podcast, she will be referred to using an alias.

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