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Zuma and Putin discuss relations

President Jacob Zuma has met Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss ways in which their countri.

Khutsong on the boil again - Residents vow to avenge killing of a teen by gang

KHUTSONG township in Carletonville, Gauteng's West Rand, is on a knife-edge after a local gang vowed to kill members of the community to avenge the mob killing of their members. [0] comments

Water shortages in Gauteng

Parts of Gauteng are experiencing water shortages as a result of higher temperatures and increased demand, Rand Water said on Saturday. [0] comments

Schools merger a flop - the two still operate separately on same premises

A PLAN to merge two primary schools in Mapetla, Soweto, has ended in disaster. [0] comments

North West rapist gets three life sentences

A man was sentenced to three life sentences for rape in the Rustenburg Regional Court, North West police said on Saturday. [0] comments

Former policeman sentenced for stock theft

A former police officer was sentenced to eight years imprisonment for stock theft, North West police said on Saturday. [0] comments

Sangoma rape case nears completion - residents have raised funds

A SANGOMA who allegedly raped a patient and impregnated her appeared in the Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court yesterday. [0] comments

Acting mayor 'carried gun to council meeting'

OPPOSITION parties in the troubled Mbhashe municipality have threatened to organise their own security after an ANC councillor allegedly attended a council meeting with a loaded firearm. [0] comments

300 prison warders held over protest - work stoppage at Limpopo prison

A NUMBER of prison warders have been detained at the privately-run Kutama Sinthumule Correctional Centre after they downed tools on Tuesday. [0] comments

Stale bread, dry beans for Rhema kids

STALE bread, dry baked beans and pap is all that 70 orphaned children at Rhema Children's Village have been made to eat for most of last week. [0] comments

Church death toll of 84 still tentative: Radebe

The death toll of 84 South Africans in the Nigerian church collapse remains a "tentative figure", Presidency Minister Jeff Radebe said on Friday. [1] comments

Investigate Lonmin R2.3 billion fee transfers: AIDC

The transfer of over R2.3 billion in fees from Lonmin to two of its subsidiaries, with one located in a tax haven, should be investigated, the Alternative Information and Development Centre (AIDC) has said. [1] comments

South Africa's 'first open mosque' opens

South Africa's "first open mosque" held its inaugural prayer session on Friday afternoon amid criticism of its representation as a Muslim institution. [1] comments

Nigeria sent R102million cash for arms in South Africa

A Nigerian watchdog group is demanding an international investigation into the Nigerian government for flying $9.3 million (R102million) in cash to South Africa to buy weapons. [7] comments

Retail robberies up 30 percent: CGCSA

Retail robberies increased by almost a third in a year, the Consumer Goods Council of SA (CGCSA) said on Friday. [1] comments

South Africa's 'first open mosque' opens

200 percent bank robbery increase

Nigeria sent R102million cash for arms in South Africa

Death toll in Nigeria building collapse rises to 80: Rescuers

'Lather against Ebola', an 'Ice Bucket' challenge against the virus

Human settlement threatens South African sacred lake

ANC stalls on calling Madonsela, Zuma

Kruger National Park fires now under control