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Limpopo matrics to rewrite leaked papers

More than 17 000 matric pupils will be forced to rewrite two Life Science papers following an exam paper leak.

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Cosatu elects deputy general secretary

Cosatu North West secretary Solly Phetoe has been chosen as the deputy general secretary of the federation.

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Zikalala puts his foot (or bum) in it

Sihle Zikalala’s first day in the KZN legislature as leader of the ANC kicked off in dramatic fashion.

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‘Dad can’t do it without Mom’

Lorraine Candy realises after 15 years of marriage, she still has much to discuss with her hubby.

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Emerging markets risk downgrade

Emerging markets face another wave of ratings downgrades next year, with the Africa/Middle East region potentially given a 'negative outlook'.

UK scraps carbon plans

Britain scraps plans to spend up to $1.5bn to help commercialise the technology for capturing carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.

Why we should care about the SABC

We should care because despite its challenges, the SABC still offers some excellent news stories and programming, writes William Bird.

More Cape Town Sevens tickets

The South African Rugby Union expect additional tickets for the sold-out Cape Town Sevens to be made available for the December tournament.

Tighe leads Australian Open

Unheralded local Lincoln Tighe upstaged a field including world number one Jordan Spieth on the opening round of the Australian Open.

Toyota's biggest SUVs get a refresh

If jumbo SUVs are your thing, the Land Cruiser 200 and Lexus LX offer similar ability but differing bling.

Trendy 2016 brides

In an era when brides are ordering their wedding dresses online, one design duo are doing things the old-fashioned way, writes Omeshnie Naidoo ...

Sandton city centre 'must adapt to remain number one'
Sandton's central business district (CBD) will need to change to retain its top position as the preferred destination in South Africa for both corporates and multinationa ...