Kgaugelo Masweneng is a race-relations reporter who is passionate about human interest, education, and general news reporting. Being a black woman in SA, she has no choice but to be invested in issues of gender equality, health and spirituality. And yes, she comes from the village of the Ndlovu Youth Choir.

Cop allegedly supplied inmates with dagga and booze, leading to rape and assault in cells

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A Limpopo police sergeant was suspended for allegedly supplying liquor and dagga to inmates in holding cells at ...

Kidnap for ransom in Western Cape: Police arrest four suspects

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Four suspects are due to appear in a Cape Town court on Monday charged with kidnapping a 26-year-old shopkeeper.

Store robbers attempt to escape through roof

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Police in Hluhluwe, northern KwaZulu-Natal, on Tuesday arrested armed suspects who attempted to escape through the roof ...

Gender commission welcomes pupil pregnancy stance by government

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The Commission for Gender Equality has welcomed the announcement by the department of basic education that schools will ...

Multiple-fatality crashes have increased this festive season: Mbalula

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The latest festive season fatality statistics paint a grim picture, with a 142% spike in crashes with multiple ...

We can’t force people to vaccinate, says KZN health MEC amid Covid-19 surge

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Nomagugu Simelane, the MEC for health in KwaZulu-Natal, which has become a Covid-19 hotspot, has criticised those ...

Contralesa slams 'totally unacceptable' deaths of 27 initiates in Eastern Cape

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The Congress of Traditional Leaders of SA says those involved in running bogus initiation schools should be charged and ...

Soldiers seize top-of-the-range vehicles being smuggled out of SA

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An SUV submerged in the Limpopo River and six top-of-the-range vehicles that were being smuggled across the SA border ...

Joburg writer stripped of passport and quarantined in Kenya

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Johannesburg-based writer Janine Jellars has lambasted the Kenyan government for confiscating her passport at the Jomo ...

From watchman to grape master: 40-year-old makes history

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Andries Daniels, who used to work as a nightwatchman, will become the first black South African man to obtain a PhD in ...