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Admitting our prejudices is key to unity

How often do we interrogate our own prejudices? Do we value the currency of introspection? How important is reflection in our daily existence? What place does empathy occupy in our interaction with one another as members of this society? [0] comments

Government spent estimated R500 000 on van Rooyen family's five-star accommodation

Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Des Van Rooyen. Picture Credit: Gallo Images Government has spent an estimated R500 000 housing Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Des van Rooyen and his family in a five-star boutique hotel. [30] comments

EFF lashes out at City of Tshwane after a provincial leader is arrested

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has described the arrest of its leader Mandisa Mashego as an attempt by the City of Tshwane to distract it from winning in the coming local government elections. [49] comments

‘SABC’s footage blackout won’t stop the protests’

The Congress of the People (Cope) on Friday poured scorn on the decision by the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) to no longer show “footage of people burning public institutions”. [7] comments

Malema says Zuma would have worked at a taxi rank without the ANC

A crowd of about 5‚000 residents of Ackerville‚ Emalahleni‚ have made it clear that they want President Jacob Zuma to “fall“. [75] comments

Terror attack risk for South Africa is low‚ says security expert

Is a terrorist attack possible in South Africa? [45] comments

‘Please Call Me’ inventor,Nkosana Makate, may lose 50% of Vodacom payout

Vodacom has confirmed that it has received a request for the delay in payment of Nkosana Makate‚ who invented Please Call Me‚ as the funders of his legal bid had a prior agreement with him. [20] comments

Old school friend offers a kidney to save the life of Johannesburg mother

Continents apart‚ a South African expat living in Canada and the former classmate she hasn’t seen in decades were speechless when they discovered that they are a match for a kidney transplant. [4] comments

In Tshwane‚ it’s the tyres that wreck the roads…

A motorist was fined for a somewhat unusual transgression in Tshwane: driving with tyres that could damage the road. [10] comments

Amnesty International policy recommending the decriminalisation of sex work welcomed locally

Mona is a homeless sex worker who has been beaten and gang raped by a gang of six armed police officers. [9] comments

We're working long hours for lousy pay: Uber drivers

The BP garage parking lot at Cape Town International Airport has space for more than 60 cars. It is full from before dawn until midnight all weekend‚ but not with customers. Motorists seldom need to queue for the station’s ten petrol pumps. The Express convenience store‚ with its bright-lit Wild Bean Café counter‚ rarely has more than five clients inside at a time. [4] comments

Moshidi breaks into producing

WATCH: AKA and Bonang get steamy in loved-up video

Pearl Thusi to star in Kagiso Lediga's directorial debut film

ROPED IN: Pearl Thusi plays Makeda in international flick 'The Blue Mauritius'  Instagram

Somizi dishes more deets on his new exercise DVD

Shots fired! Naked DJ claps back at Loyiso Gola over #AskAMan comments

Tributes pour in for the late Ted Dumitru

Former Kaizer Chiefs‚ Orlando Pirates‚ Mamelodi Sundowns and Bafana Bafana head coach Ted Dumitru.
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