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City of Tshwane placed under administration

The Gauteng provincial government has placed the City of Tshwane under administration amid a "number of ...

Police pounce on 'fake' sales assistant operating in retail shops

Police have warned shoppers that they need to be vigilant when speaking to sales assistants as these people ...

Premier horrified by boyfriend who hacked off schoolteacher's arm

Acting premier of KwaZulu-Natal Ravi Pillay has condemned the brutal attack on a 35-year-old woman whose one ...

Ailing archbishop Desmond Tutu is 'alert and in high spirits'

South African anti-apartheid icon and retired Cape Town archbishop Desmond Tutu appeared “in good spirits” ...

SA-born activist Kumi Naidoo quits as secretary-general of Amnesty ...

SA-born human rights activist Kumi Naidoo stepped down as secretary-general of Amnesty International due to ...

WATCH | KZN mother recalls gruesome attack in which partner tried to cut ...

A 35-year-old KwaZulu-Natal teacher and mother of three has spoken out following a gruesome and vile attack ...

KZN cop in court over shooting of 'friendly' ginger cat at Durban airport

A policeman stationed at King Shaka International Airport has appeared in court on charges relating to the ...

School break-ins down as 'mastermind' in police custody

Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi is confident his department has a strong case against a man allegedly ...

Fidelity snaps up Bosasa's Krugersdorp HQ for R14m on auction

African Global Operations' headquarters were auctioned for R14m on Thursday.

Households, businesses left in dark as Eskom implements load-shedding again

Eskom announced on Thursday that it would implement stage 2 load-shedding from 4pm until 11pm.

Government puts troubled SAA on business rescue

Government has placed the embattled SAA on business rescue. In a media statement sent out on Wednesday, ...

Police hunt 'dangerous' teen for 10 crimes, including murder

Port Elizabeth police are urgently seeking help to find Siyabonga Dlanga, 19, who is linked to several ...

Angry Pinetown pupils torch school over poor year-end reports

A KwaZulu-Natal school was partially destroyed on Wednesday by fire - allegedly started by aggrieved learners ...

Archbishop Desmond Tutu admitted to hospital with 'stubborn infection'

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has been admitted to hospital in Cape Town.

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