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Will the real Khoisan chiefs please stand up

A call for the real leaders of the Khoi and San nation to be identified is growing as the group – which calls itself the First Nation – edges ever closer to recognition in ...

Stead is one of the company’s longest-serving employees, having joined as an Evening Post and ...

Shocking details of how a young man was beaten to death in Jeffreys Bay before his body was dragged ...

ATM accuses former member of being a pawn

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The African Transformation Movement (ATM) in the Eastern Cape has accused former member Buyisile Ngqulwana of being an ...

Unique smart city challenges

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While the idea of turning Nelson Mandela Bay into a fully fledged “smart city” may be a necessity to align the metro ...

Burglars hit same Kirkwood house four times

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Seven burglars who allegedly broke into a Kirkwood house four times over Easter weekend – and set the house on fire - ...

Interactive maps, rich data & more: visit our elections website now

Politics

Use our elections website to browse past results for your area on our nifty interactive maps, or check your ...

Death toll in KwaZulu-Natal floods rises to 32

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Nine people were killed after a mudslide destroyed a home in Chatsworth, south of Durban

Clampdown on dagga ‘medicines’

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South Africa’s medicine regulator is working closely with the police to clamp down on illegal sales of unregistered ...

Bay municipality must be put under administration – Trollip

Politics

DA councillor Athol Trollip has written to co-operative governance (Cogta) minister Zweli Mkhize, asking him to place ...

'Armed response robber' hands himself over

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Police have arrested one of the men who allegedly dressed as an armed response officer and robbed Hollywoodbets in ...

Heavy rains’ deadly toll

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At least 33 people have died in flooding and mudslides triggered by torrential rains that have battered KwaZulu-Natal ...

Minister liable for attack by escapee

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With three women warders to 31 inmates, escaping from St Albans Prison was a walk in the park for a convicted rapist, ...

Early B strikes it big at Ghoema awards

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Port Elizabeth-born Afrikaans hip-hop artist Earl Swartz, better known by his stage name Early B, has a lot to ...

Department hit with 'countless' legal complaints after Driehoek collapse

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The Gauteng education department has been inundated with legal complaints following the tragedy that claimed the lives ...

FF+ goes to Electoral Court to have BLF deregistered as political party

Politics

The Freedom Front Plus has approached the Electoral Court to have the Black First Land First (BLF) deregistered as a ...

Opinion

Fuel price hikes batter economy

South Africans should brace themselves for further fuel price increases at the end of April and this is according to recent unaudited mid-month data released ...

Racist medical myths persist with SA’s diseased apartheid mentality

A study on TB and coloured women shows the medical fraternity is still linking race or ethnicity to a particular affliction

Youth still sidelined by ‘elders’

The people who usually call for “the youth to rise” or for “communities on the ground” to decide the fate of our democracy are not entirely honest.

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Chelsea manager Sarri charged with misconduct

The 60-year-old Chelsea Manager, Maurizio Sarri, has until Friday to answer to the misconduct charge.

Kermit Erasmus was provoked‚ says City coach ...

Craig Martin cancelled out a Tendai Ndoro goal to earn a point for City that is likely not enough to keep them in the ...

Consumer confidence plummets to lowest since 2017

The consumer confidence index, compiled by FNB and the BER at Stellenbosch University, fell sharply to two index points ...

Streaming services win battle over Oscars cinema rule

In a win for Netflix, Amazon and other internet streaming services, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has ...

Heavy rains in Uganda kill 17 children, one adult

Heavy rains have hit eastern Uganda destroying homes and crops, and leaving 17 children and one adult dead, the Red ...

OPINION | All must play their part to save this country

South Africa has failed to capitalise on its strengths so far.

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