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Remembering reggae legend Lucky Dube (Photos)

To mark 10 years since Lucky Dube's death, his former recording company, Gallo Records, will release.

SAA will not be privatised‚ says cabinet

Cabinet is not ready to cut its losses with the embattled South African Airways‚ with Communications Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi saying cabinet was not considering privatising the national airliner.

Ramaphosa addresses rumours that he will be next to get the axe

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has addressed rumours that he is next in line to get the axe‚ telling Parliament that he serves at the pleasure of the president.

Five arrested for trying to bribe bank official to unblock account containing R31m

Five suspects are expected to appear in the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court on Friday for allegedly trying to bribe a bank official to release a block status on an account containing R31-million rand.

SAA will not be privatised‚ says cabinet

Cabinet is not ready to cut its losses with the embattled South African Airways‚ with Communications Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi saying cabinet was not considering privatising the national airliner.

Number of records leaked doubles to 60 million

The largest data leak in South African history has just got bigger.

South Africa's invisible children

She was just 13 years old when she crossed the border into South Africa with three siblings. Today Bahati* is in Grade 11‚ is the mother of a six-month-old baby and works as a cleaner at night. Yet she does not exist — there is no formal record kept of undocumented and unaccompanied migrant children who live in South Africa‚ or of those who enter the country almost daily.

Toddler's mom will ‘try to move on’ after her child's body is found

Okuhle Kweyama’s body lay frozen on the banks of the Mfungosi River which weaves through Umlazi’s E-Section. It was in the mud‚ amid litter and flood debris‚ that the nine-day search for the toddler drew to an end on Thursday.

Mall bathroom killer was ‘emotionless’

The man alleged to have slit his lover’s throat in a Ballito shopping centre restroom on Wednesday calmly emerged from the bloodied enclave and‚ without emotion‚ held his arms outstretched waiting to be detained.

Esidimeni NGO unlawfully keeping patients’ Sassa cards

Family members of psychiatric patients who died earlier this year hold an ‘Esidimeni 37’ prayer vigil outside Gauteng Health MEC Qedani Mahlangu’s offices yesterday. The 37 patients died after being transferred from Life Esidimeni into the care of NGOs. Findings of the investigation into the tragedy would be released next month, health ombudsman Professor Malegapuru Makgoba said. Picture Creditc: Antonio Muchave. ©Sowetan Dianne Noyile‚ who ran an unlicensed NGO for mentally disabled adults‚ has admitted she still has the Sassa grant cards of 14 vulnerable patients‚ who are no longer in her care.

De Lille: We don't need ‘useless’ national government

City of Cape Town mayor Patricia De Lille believes the city’s success is due to its own doing and not through help from the “useless” national government.

Herman Mashaba threatens to sue Home Affairs

The City of Johannesburg is investigating all legal options in a bid to compel the Department of Home Affairs to address illegal immigration in the city.

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'F*ck them all!' - Rapper PRO wants hip-hop to give veterans respect

MeToo campaign sparks calls for new ways to tackle woman abuse

Second woman claims sports boss raped her – Jennifer Ferguson

Sdumo and Nomzamo break Mzansi's heart with Isibaya 'death' scene

2018 Mzansi's Sexiest top 12 revealed

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