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Zimbabwe to gradually re-open schools from Oct 26

Zimbabwe will gradually re-open primary and secondary schools from Oct. 26 for all pupils, ending a break of seven months that was precipitated by the coronavirus outbreak, ...

Kings, queens and heads of state - draped in their traditional regalia - gathered at the Pearls of ...

King Goodwill Zwelithini has urged politicians to unite in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic ...

150 people died in 2 years as a result of police action in Gauteng, court hears

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As many as 150 people lost their lives at the hands of police officers in 2018 and 2019 in Gauteng, the Protea ...

#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 ...

YouTube expands fact-check feature to videos about mail-in ballots

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Alphabet Inc's YouTube would start showing text and links from third-party fact-checkers under videos that discuss ...

Pedestrian killed in Durban three-car pile-up

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A pedestrian was killed when three vehicles collided at an intersection in Durban on Thursday.

Police confirm arrest in the murder of top CT cop Charl Kinnear

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A 39-year-old man has been arrested for the murder of Anti-Gang Unit section commander Lt-Col Charl Kinnear.

WATCH | Zweli Mkhize takes up 'Jerusalema' dance challenge

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Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has heeded President Cyril Ramaphosa’s call to join in the Jerusalema dance challenge ...

Flooding pushes already devastated South Sudan further to the brink

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The lives of as many as 500,000 South Sudanese hang in the balance as severe flooding leaves livestock dead, ...

DA is on the right track and must stay the course: John Steenhuisen

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DA interim leader John Steenhuisen says the party is on the right track since it changed direction about a year ago ...

Western Cape has fewer than 2,500 active Covid-19 cases

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At the height of the provincial outbreak, at the beginning of July, there were more than 17,600 active cases and nearly ...

Going to Kruger this weekend? Book early or you might not be allowed in

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SANParks said on Wednesday it is expecting a high number of visitors to the Kruger National Park for the Heritage Day ...

Police question Springs man who ‘pinged’ Cape Town cop’s phone before killing

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The man who allegedly “pinged” Anti-Gang Unit section commander Lt Col Charl Kinnear’s phone more than 2,000 times was ...

Mourners honour huge role Monde ‘Mr Fix It’ Tabata played in their lives

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A problem solver and a unifier — this is how SA Rugby executive member Monde Tabata was remembered at his funeral ...

Three arrested for KZN protest that saw tarred road destroyed

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Three people have been arrested in Pomeroy following anarchy as a result of service delivery protests in the area.

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