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'This is the end': driver as elephant charges car in Kruger National Park

"This is the end." That is what Marianne Kuehnast thought as an elephant charged towards her vehicle in the Kruger National Park (KNP).

A policeman who was shot and injured while chasing hijackers in Limpopo succumbed to his injuries ...

The South African Airways Pilots’ Association (SAAPA) says it may be forced to resort to industrial ...

ATM 'disgusted' by efforts to remove Public Protector from office

Politics

The African Transformation Movement has leapt to the defence of Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane and rejected calls ...

Nine cop killers jailed for life since the start of the year

News

Nine cop killers have been handed life sentences since the since the start of 2019.

It's been the 'bloodiest weekend' on the country's roads, says traffic authority

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"This was the bloodiest weekend we have experienced and it again points to recklessness and negligence by drivers."

House singer Nichume Siwundla laid to rest

News

Hundreds of mourners gathered to celebrate the life of late house singer and former Clarendon High School pupil Nichume ...

Convicted rapist out on parole rearrested for rape and burglary

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Storms River swoop nabs ex-con who had been on the run for six months

Why ‘pro-poor’ policies on their own won’t shift inequality in South Africa

Politics

Sociologist Goran Therborn has probably influenced the study of inequality more than any other scholar in recent years.

Attitudes to gender and sexual diversity: changing global trends

News

Changes in geopolitical forces are sweeping rapidly across the world, affecting the lives of many, for better and for ...

Bay offered R288m infrastructure boost Council go-ahead still needed for electrical ...

News

The Nelson Mandela Bay municipality has secured more than R280m from the KfW German Development Bank to be used for ...

Gang-busting efforts in city scaled back

News

Gang-combating efforts across the Bay have been scaled down in the midst of a flurry of shootings that killed 15 people ...

It’s (almost) a done deal: Ironman to remain in Port Elizabeth

News

All that is needed for the Standard Bank Ironman African Championship to stay in the Bay for the next three years is ...

iCollege students demand answers about their ‘jobs’

News

Failure to read a scholarship contract before signing it, saw students of iCollege in East London fuming when they ...

Help to transform needy schools

News

International ambassadors brought hope to the launch of the transformation of rural and township schools programme on ...

Multimedia

Untreated sewage is pouring into the Great Fish River following a major breakdown at the water treatment works at Cradock.

Great Fish River is being poisoned by sewage leakage

Untreated sewage is pouring into the Great Fish River following a major breakdown at the water treatment works at Cradock.

Opinion

Nothing for youth to celebrate

It is June 16, after all, and this month we will all say the sympathetic things about young people and make the right noises about their development.

Condemn political madness that ensures underserved children a free pass of foundation years

There is an official document doing the rounds that comes from a powerful committee of the department of basic education containing a “proposal to implement ...

Bathabile Dlamini showed her true colours right to the end

Former minister Bathabile Dlamini blames everyone else for the whooping, flaming, cartwheeling cluster of failure that was her career

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Kipling’s Sunday buffet relaunched

Kipling’s Brasserie restaurant at the Boardwalk relaunches buffet menu

Dutywa's Masonwabe Ntloko designs Lady Zamar's ...

When, in his third year of tertiary studies in design, Masonwabe Ntloko, 22, was already assigned projects for the ...

White wine from red grapes... it’s a thing

Partner a chef who cheerfully thumbs his nose at convention with a wine that doesn’t match conventional notions of ...

Faf du Plessis urges South Africa to slay World Cup ghosts

Du Plessis' side face Afghanistan in a must-win match in Cardiff on Saturday after a wretched start to the World Cup.

South Africa 'not far off' world's best, says skipper Van Wyk

Banyana Banyana lost 1-0 to former runners-up China in Paris on Thursday, leaving them still without a point in Group B.

Bafana Bafana climb in latest Fifa rankings

Bafana Bafana have moved up one place to number 73 in the latest FIFA World Rankings that were released on Friday.

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