Sat Feb 25 11:08:23 SAST 2017

Bloody night in Durban's Umlazi G-Section

A bloody shooting spree in Umlazi’s G-Section in the early hours of Saturday morning left three people dead and 12 people wounded.

'It must be love': wife-beating a source of pride for some in Mauritania

Salimata was always told she should be proud to come from a family of wife beaters.

Poachers attack rhino orphanage‚ kill and take volunteer hostage

Heavily-armed poachers attacked the Fundimvelo Thula Thula Rhino Orphanage in northern KwaZulu-Natal this week‚ taking a volunteer hostage.

Zuma delays decision on NPA’s Jiba and Mrwebi’s fitness to hold office

President Jacob Zuma has decided not to suspend or institute an inquiry into deputy National Prosecuting Authority head Nomgcobo Jiba and commercial crimes unit head Lawrence Mrwebi’s fitness to hold office.

Pretoria West residents plan self-defence groups and patrols against xenophobic violence

Residents and community groups concerned about the threat of xenophobic violence and looting in Pretoria West are meeting this evening to form watch patrols and self-defence groups.

Molefe’s appointment as MP 'unhelpful'‚ says Cosatu

Brian Molefe sworn in at parliament, Thursday 23 February 2017.
Picture: PARLIAMENTRSA/Puzi
Trade union federation Cosatu disapproves of the ANC’s decision to appoint former Eskom chief executive Brian Molefe as an MP.

Parliament should have debated secretive nuclear deal‚ high court hears

Concluding arguments were heard in the Western Cape High Court today in the case of EarthLife Africa and the Southern African Faith Communities’ Environment Institute wanting the nuclear deal between South Africa and Russia to be declared unconstitutional because the matter was not brought before Parliament.

Jo’burg‚ Durban losing more than half their water through leaks - minister

Johannesburg and Durban metros are losing a combined 56% of their water through leaks and illegal connections‚ Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane revealed on Friday.

SA telescope helps reveal seven new planets

The data from the South African Astronomical Observatory (SAAO) telescope was used to discover the seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a star 40 light years away

Court orders clan to stop occupying land

A community that had planned to erect residential shacks at its 2800ha farm were stopped by a court order.

The sky is the limit for Thishiwe Ziqubu

Mpumi's unique dance music drips with spirituality

Amanda Black hopes to shine at Metros

Kope builds legacy on 'Generations'

DJ Zinhle talks about the most romantic thing Brendon has done for her

King Monada chooses son over Metro awards - singer to spend time with his sick child

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