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Uganda deports MTN CEO over 'national security' concerns

Uganda deports MTN CEO over 'national security' concerns

Robben Island hosts first same-sex wedding on Valentine's Day

Two women who met while flipping burgers will be first same-sex couple to get married on Robben Island on ...

Picnics and flowers: Here's how these politicians will spend Valentine's ...

We know them as leaders and law-makers, fighting for their causes in parliament and at rallies, but they, ...

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NUM tells Ramaphosa to disband Eskom board

Eskom started implementing load-shedding on Sunday after it warning that that it had lost generational ...

Cardiologist defends 'revealing' outfit: 'I wasn't there to see patients'

South Africa’s youngest cardiologist, Dr Viwe Mtwesi, is the latest woman to be shamed for her dress code, ...

Love knows no boundaries

Khumalo is from Ndebele roots and Bleedt an Afrikaner.

Afrikaans and Venda roll nicely

Monique Radzilani had viewers of Our Perfect Wedding in awe as Tshivenda seemed to roll off her tongue like ...

Romance breaks down race barriers

This month of love, unconventional couples prove that love comes in all forms, shapes and colours.

'Sexy' teacher leaves social media after trending for her outfits

KZN school teacher Lulu Menziwa who was thrust into fame for her body has called it quits on social media.

Is a second-hand ring for Valentine's Day a smart move - or just cheap?

When so many South Africans are struggling with money‚ should we change our attitude about the way we ...

Yes, your mom is right, loud music can make you deaf

The World Health Organisation and the International Telecommunication Union have issued a new international ...

Meas brings spirit of Van Wyk back to stunning life

Portrayal of iconic poet and author a tour de force


Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor's testimony to the state capture inquiry suffered a further knock on February 14 2019, when experts who inspected the Gupta family's Saxonwold compound could not find many of the features she noticed there in 2010.