Khanyisile Ngcobo is a reporter at the Sunday Times. She has also previously worked for Independent Media and the Citizen.

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Announcement will be made on historical debt: Chikunga as e-tolls are switched off

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As Gauteng motorists rejoice over the official switching off of e-tolls from Friday, questions linger about the issue ...

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Stage 16 load-shedding nothing to worry about — Ramokgopa on ending power cuts

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Electricity minister Kgosientsho Ramokgopa says there is no need to worry about the stage 16 load-shedding protocols ...

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Police launch manhunt for suspects linked to murder of Chiefs player Luke Fleurs

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Gauteng police have launched a manhunt for suspects linked to the murder of Kaizer Chiefs player Luke Fleurs on ...

Man arrested, faces drunken driving charge over Zuma accident

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A man has been arrested in connection with a car accident involving former president Jacob Zuma, police confirmed on ...

Pray for government, peaceful elections and IEC, Ramaphosa asks at church service

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has appealed for prayers for the government, peaceful polls and the IEC ahead of next month's ...

Former president Jacob Zuma escapes unhurt in car accident — report

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Former president Jacob Zuma was involved in a car accident but suffered no injuries, it was reported on Friday morning.

Cousins kidnapped in North West found unharmed as six arrested

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Two cousins kidnapped while on their way to school have been found unharmed, North West police confirmed on Tuesday.

Mandela auction: judgment reserved in leave-to-appeal application

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Makaziwe Mandela says the South African Heritage Resources Agency, the Robben Island Museum and the sport, arts & ...

Two taximen among Braamfontein shooting victims, association puzzled about motive

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The two men shot dead in a drive-by shooting in Braamfontein on Thursday were longstanding members of a Johannesburg ...

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Ramaphosa suspends Dipuo Peters for a month after parly sanction

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has suspended small business development deputy minister Dipuo Peters without pay for a month.