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Hawks raid Majola's offices in R77m PPE probe

Businessman Thulani Majola’s LTE Consulting offices in Johannesburg have been raided by the Hawks in ...

Syrian satirist questioned over "Macron" flogging stunt in Berlin

German police are investigating a Syrian satirist who filmed a video in a Berlin street in which, dressed in ...

Eskom reports a R20bn loss — but the turnaround plan continues

Eskom saw its losses shrink slightly even as the embattled utility post increased revenues for the year.

Opposition parties slam 'immoral' SAA bailout in Tito Mboweni's mini-budget

Broadsides came thick and fast as opposition parties opened fire on finance minister Tito Mboweni's medium ...

Italy set to refund Covid-hit business as anger mounts

Italy will present a package of measures on Tuesday to support businesses hit by new restrictions aimed at ...

'Mastermind' behind Senzo Meyiwa's murder not yet arrested: Gerrie Nel

Five people will appear in court on Tuesday for the murder of former Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa — but ...

Zimbabwean mining boss headed for Dubai 'with 6kg gold in her luggage'

A mining boss in Zimbabwe has been arrested on allegations of attempting to smuggle 6kg of gold to Dubai.

Turkish leader backs boycott of French goods over cartoon row

Turkish leader Tayyip Erdogan asked his compatriots to stop buying French goods on Monday in the latest ...

Prince Harry says upbringing blinded him to unconscious racial bias

Britain's Prince Harry said it took him years to realise that unconscious racial bias existed and his eyes ...

Offers of free food to needy English kids put state in awkward spot

Businesses and charities across England offered free meals for children on Monday, in a public relations ...

Gauteng woman in court for her British Facebook friend's murder

A Gauteng woman appeared in the Vereeniging magistrate's court on Monday, charged with murdering a ...

'Fake doctor' arrested at one of Zimbabwe's biggest hospitals

For seven months, Admire Chisi attended to patients, wrote medical affidavits and issued prescriptions.

SA records more than 2,000 new cases of Covid-19 in 24 hours for second day

For the second straight day, SA recorded more than 2,000 new cases of Covid-19.

Family of slain Marikana cop believe wrong man is on trial

Hendrick Tsietsi Monene was the first of 44 people killed in weeklong violence Marikana, and his family ...

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