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First KZN woman premier announced as ANC assures Zikalala was not pushed out After the resignation of KZN premier Sihle Zikalala on Friday, the province announced Nomusa Dube-Ncube as its first ever woman premier on Monday.

The party said the appointment reflected the ANC's belief in and commitment to gender equality.
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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.
First KZN woman premier announced as ANC assures Zikalala was not pushed out After the resignation of KZN premier Sihle Zikalala on Friday, the province announced Nomusa Dube-Ncube as its first ever woman premier on Monday.

The party said the appointment reflected the ANC's belief in and commitment to gender equality.
Kagiso residents block roads as police act to calm protest over zama zamas Anger over the recent Krugersdorp mass rape by alleged illegal miners led to residents of Kagiso on the West Rand taking to the streets on Thursday morning, vowing to shut down zama-zama camps in the area.
TL;DR: What you said about SA’s crime pandemic Don't have time to read? Listen to a summary on what you had to say about claims ‘SA is infested by crime from head to toe’
TL;DR: Mayor says ‘external forces’ are taking advantage in Thembisa Don't have time to read? Listen to a summary on mayor Tania Campbell’s reaction to Thembisa unrest
Look up for a job: 'There's no work stress, if you're not scared of heights' A lunch box, two-litre bottle of water and safety gear are all Clarence Moshoane needs to start his day — though he could remain in the sky until sundown.

It’s a Monday morning in Parktown, Johannesburg, when we speak to the 38-year-old to get a bird’s-eye view of his uplifting career as a crane operator. This is just before he starts swinging heavy loads with only centimetres to spare.
TL;DR: Cele slammed over ‘empty promises’ and ‘grandstanding’ Don't have time to read? Listen to a summary on the DA’s criticism of police minister Bheki Cele.
Makhura condemns violent service delivery protest in Tembisa Gauteng Premier David Makhura has strongly condemned acts of violence and lawlessness demonstrated by residents of Hospital View, Tembisa during ongoing service delivery protests where two people have been killed.
The residents, who are protesting over tariff increases and basic services
amongst other things, have torched several buildings in the area and blockaded roads with burning tyres.
‘No stone to be left unturned,’ say police after gang rapes The country's top law enforcement officials gathered on Monday to reveal their plan to fight crime. Police assured South Africans the 84 suspects arrested in Gauteng after the gang rapes of eight women will be brought to book.
National police commissioner Fannie Masemola and police minister Bheki Cele addressed the media in Pretoria to discuss crime-fighting measures, and announced appointments of senior staff.
Cele said what happened in Krugersdorp last Thursday was a shame for the nation.
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