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'We are not here to collect salaries‚ but to work'

KwaZulu-Natal MEC for co-operative governance and traditional affairs Nomusa Dube-Ncube schooled cou.

Drug haul uncovered at petrol filling station

Western Cape police found a large cache of mandrax tablets with an estimated street value of about R100‚000 at a petrol filling station in Gugulethu on Saturday afternoon. [1] comments

Shaming and blaming: Five ways to tackle the water-wasters in your life

You’ve tightened the taps‚ skipped a few showers and used grey water on the plants. Now the real challenge is how to get others to do their bit for saving water during the worst drought the country has seen in three decades.

SA should condemn The Gambia democracy crisis: Human rights centre

South Africa should take a stronger position on the situation in Gambia‚ and use its diplomatic weight to contribute to the removal of Yahya Jammeh from office.

Slain Ekurhuleni policeman to be buried on Saturday

The funeral service of an Ekurhuleni police constable who was killed last week will be held at the Katlehong Stadium on Saturday morning.

Cape Town fires vs fines furore sizzles on social media

The flames ravaging Cape Town might have died down for now but that doesn’t mean residents aren’t hot under the collar.

12 ‘emergency’ schools to be built – Panyaza Lesufi

Phahlane’s prospects for Phiyega’s job damaged by corruption probe

07 September 2016. LISTEN UP: Acting police commissioner Lieutenant-General  Khomotso   Phahlane  has introduced a back-to-basics strategy for everything from how police relate to the public to handling crime scenes professionally. Pic: Simphiwe Nkwali. © Sunday Times.

‘Thandi Klaasen more famous in death’- Hugh Masekela angry over fake sympathy for late jazz legend

Thandi Klaasen during the interview with Sowetan at her home in Alberton. Photo Ziphozonke Lushaba © Sowetan

Pastor Mboro wants to move Lundi Tyamara to a private hospital - and pay for it