Tue Sep 02 16:09:57 SAST 2014

Chris Brown pleads guilty to assault in Washington

Chris Brown has pleaded guilty to misdemeanour assault in Washington, where he was accused of punching a man who tried to join a picture the singer was taking with two women outside a hotel. [0] comments

Joe Modise 'benefited' from arms deal

Former defence minister Johannes "Joe" Modise benefited from the arms deal, the Seriti Commission of Inquiry heard on Tuesday. [35] comments

Bucket toilet system on the rise

The number of households using the bucket toilet system is on the increase, Statistician General Pali Lehohla said on Tuesday. [7] comments

Nurse attacked and raped at Helen Joseph Hospital

A female staff member told the publication: "I am seriously considering hiring personal security but that would have to come out of my own pocket. It's a joke that I even have to think like this." [28] comments

Defence department obstructing investigation: DA

The defence department is obstructing an investigation into money spent by its former minister Lindiwe Sisulu for chartered flights on a Gulfstream jet, the DA said on Tuesday. [5] comments

Soshanguve receives its first private hospital

Soshanguve residents will no longer travel long distances to get private medical help, this is according to the founder of the newly launched Botshilu Private Hospital, Dr Jacky Rampedi. [39] comments

Four teens sentenced for rape

"The four boys said in court they were playing a 'game' with the victim and in this game they had to penetrate him. They thought that the victim is giving them consent because he was taking part in the game." [26] comments

Agreement 'vindicates' party: EFF

The decision not to immediately proceed with plans to suspend EFF MPs vindicates the party, its MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said on Monday. [106] comments

E-tolls failed: OUTA

PROS AND CONS: Grade 11 and 12 students debated the   e-tolling system. PHOTO: Russell Roberts E-tolling Gauteng's highways has failed and the system falls short of its intentions, the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa) said on Tuesday. [74] comments

Black Lonmin employee treated last: Lawyer

A black Lonmin employee was the last to receive medical attention despite being the worst-injured during violence in Marikana, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard on Monday. [7] comments

Japanese researchers develop 30-minute Ebola test

Japanese researchers said Tuesday they had developed a new method to detect the presence of the Ebola virus in 30 minutes, with technology that could allow doctors to quickly diagnose infection. [7] comments

Town with only single, young women appeals for men to join

Pastor Chris in messy divorce: Report

Inspiring story of man born with upside down head

Mondeor High principal mum on racism allegations

CARTOON: Zuma from Yalo's pen

From IT engineer to future beauty mogul

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