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Gqeberha soccer coach jailed for sexual assault

A Gqeberha soccer coach has been sentenced to five years in jail for sexually assaulting some of the boys he coached between 2017 and 2018.

As political parties race to contest the local government elections on November 1, Cosatu president ...

A befitting honour the ANC can confer on the late Hlengiwe Mkhize is to ensure that the most ...

Tips to protect yourself from cyber attacks, as another 1.4m South Africans hit by data ...

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Consumers are alerted to free tools on offer to protect themselves from cybercrime, with news this week of a data ...

#Covid19 | All you need to know about the coronavirus

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We've put together, in one place, everything you need to know about Covid-19 including the latest news, contact numbers ...

Police begin impounding e-hailing vehicles on N2

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The situation on the N2 is continuing to intensify, with e-hailers having their vehicles impounded and stun grenades ...

Singing and dancing as SA's national airline returns to the skies

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Jubilant SA Airways (SAA) staff at the country's biggest airport broke into song and dance on Thursday as the airline ...

LOCAL ELECTIONS | Check your voter registration online

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Our elections website shows you quickly where you are registered

200,000 people vaccinated in mining industry, as Covid-19 pushback continues

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Minerals Council SA says it has reached a milestone of 200,000 employees and service providers vaccinated against ...

WATCH | E-hailers take to N2 in Gqeberha in protest

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E-hailers took their woes to the N2 on Thursday in protest against taxi operators who have been targeting them for the ...

Blitz team cleans up St George’s Park

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Fed up with constant vandalism and vagrants, the Nelson Mandela Bay metro has plans to revive the ailing St George’s ...

Water disruptions due to leaking pipe

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The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has warned of possible water disruptions in the eastern and western suburbs due to ...

'It is simply not justifiable': Alan Winde urges Ramaphosa to ease lockdown

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Western Cape premier Alan Winde has called on the national government to move the province to lockdown alert level 1.

Go holiday but behave on the roads, N3 Toll Concession and Gauteng cops warn motorists

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Strict law enforcement and zero tolerance for traffic offenders will be the order of the day on the N3 toll route ...

WATCH LIVE | Memorial service of deputy minister Hlengiwe Mkhize

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The memorial service for deputy minister in the presidency for women, youth and persons with disabilities is on ...

Simultaneous vigil in New Zealand and SA for slain Dickason children, alongside ...

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Candles, music and a moving message from their broken-hearted father will be central to a vigil to be held ...