IOL Government to begin payouts to Marikana victims 2016-12-11T13:29:00.000000Z Government is ready to pay compensation for the victims of the violence at Lonmin's platinum mine at Marikana in 2012, the presidency said. Jammeh to challenge election loss at Gambia's top court 2016-12-11T13:19:00.000000Z Gambia's defeated President Yahya Jammeh will challenge the result of the presidential election before the Supreme Court. Six held for KwaZulu-Natal cop's murder 2016-12-11T12:36:00.000000Z The Hawks in KZN have arrested six people in connection with the fatal shooting of a police officer during a robbery at his home earlier this week. 39 dead as gas truck rams vehicles on busy Kenyan road 2016-12-11T12:07:00.000000Z A runaway truck carrying volatile gas slammed into other vehicles and burst into flames, killing at least 39 people and injuring 10. Turkey vows vengeance at funeral for slain cops 2016-12-11T11:45:00.000000Z Turkey's interior minister has vowed vengeance for the more than 30 people killed by twin bombings outside an Istanbul soccer stadium. Hospital's hours slashed due to crime fears 2016-12-11T11:37:00.000000Z SACP welcomes John Block's jail sentence 2016-12-11T11:32:00.000000Z The SA Communist Party has welcomed the stiff 15-year prison sentence handed to former Northern Cape ANC chairman John Block. SABC rot stinks to high heaven 2016-12-11T11:17:00.000000Z It is a blight on our maturing democracy that the sound of jail doors are not beckoning - yet - for any of the main culprits. Religious trickery lines the pockets of false prophets 2016-12-11T11:16:00.000000Z The unexplained mushrooming of false prophets and dodgy pastors within the Christian domain is crippling the moral greatness of that sacred religion, writes Elvis Masoga. Drafters of constitution were naive 2016-12-11T11:02:00.000000Z Judges must grapple with the question of how to uncover the truth about State of Capture, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.