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WATCH | Mystery as 'more than 1,000' cattle die on KZN farm

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is investigating an incident at a livestock breeder farm near Dundee in northern KwaZulu-Natal which resulted in ...

Former president Jacob Zuma threatened enemies in the African National Congress (ANC) on Friday, ...

The Hawks rescued 19 Ethiopian men who were being held captive in a home in Johannesburg.

Jacob Zuma strikes deal with state capture judge, return date unspecified

Politics

Zuma will not appear before the commission any time soon, however.

Rival protesters scuffle over anti-Zuma banner at state capture probe

Politics

A Johannesburg businessman, who erected a banner on the fringes of the Zondo commission into state capture which read ...

More arrests likely in probe into false medical claims

News

More arrests can be expected in a year-long investigation into a number of lawyers suspected of unscrupulously milking ...

Stutterheim court house escapee re-arrested

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The man who escaped from Stutterheim Magistrates Court on Wednesday has been arrested.

Public protector finds Cyril Ramaphosa misled parliament

Politics

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has found that President Cyril Ramaphosa deliberately misled parliament about a ...

WATCH | Biker clocks 299km/h in MotoGP-style ride on Durban highway

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A biker has filmed himself clocking almost 300km/h on a highway in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

Jacob Zuma pulls out of state capture inquiry

Politics

"We will take no further part in these proceedings."

IN PICTURES | Cape Flats residents cheer arrival of army

News

Army troops entered the Cape Flats on Thursday, Mandela Day, a week after minister of police Bheki Cele announced that ...

Six ways to fast-track release of state-owned land, according to David Mabuza

Politics

Here are the deputy president's six plans to fast-track the release of state-owned land:

Conspiracies, Twitter and Robben Island: Jacob Zuma shares his thoughts

Politics

Former president Jacob Zuma is adamant that he was the target of "intense propaganda".

Former state pathologist who stole body parts to be sentenced

News

A former state pathologist found guilty of organ theft at a Soweto mortuary will learn his fate at the Kempton Park ...

One shot and another robbed in separate Bay incidents

News

One person was shot and another robbed in two separate early morning attacks in the Bay.

Johnny Clegg dominates Google SA search, and FaceApp prompts curiosity

News

South Africans generated more than 500,000 search queries on Johnny Clegg on Tuesday, after the Juluka musician ...

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Bok giants pay tribute to James Small at memorial

Family and friends of rugby legend James Small arrive at his memorial service at the Bidvest Wanderer's stadium in Sandton on July 18, 2019. Fellow Springboks share their admiration for Small's strong will throughout his life.

Opinion

Nothing gained from destruction

In a poor, rural township about 66km west of Klerksdorp, with a sparse population, the government built a “state-of-theart library” to the tune of R12m.

... is Zuma a Bourne survivor who’s as clueless as Jon Snow?

In case I've being too harsh on the old man, here's a sympathetic take on some of his statements at the probe so far

Is Zuma just a narcissist with a bizarre blind spot? Or ...

His wilful ignorance explains why the Guptas got away with so much and why he endangered SA's security

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Youngsters set to make a splash

A band of Nelson Mandela Bay swimmers are competing in the Bled Swimming Challenge in Slovenia at the weekend.

‘Pogba doesn’t need to leave’

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told Paul Pogba that he does not need to leave Manchester United to fulfil his ambitions, ...

Australia name team to face the Springboks at Ellis Park

Australia have selected uncapped Melbourne Rebels number eight Isi Naisarani for the Rugby Championship opener against ...

AB admits life after Proteas not easy

When AB de Villiers ended his international career on May 23 2018, the cricket world stopped.

How nappy duty drove Fedhealth Dream Chaser Nkine to trail running

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