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Relief may be in sight for internet and cellphone users groaning under the weight of high data costs.
After repeatedly declaring he was innocent of the rape and murder of Anene Booysen, Jonathan Davids is a free man.
Andries Bekker may have played his last match for the Stormers after he joined a catastrophic injury list.
Pule takes aim at high data costs
‘I told them 30 times I was innocent’
Signal Hill rape suspect identified
‘Gangs are becoming more sophisticate ...
Guptagate: Nation waiting for Zuma to ...
Lean budget will leave SA defenceless
The defence budget needs a major rethink, writes Helmoed Römer Heitman.
This burgher is king, the masses paup ...
Mother’s words make problems seem tri ...
Kathrada’s letter to Morgan Freeman
It seems the colour has left TV
Date added to Sledge’s SA show
At the ripe age of 71 Percy Sledge still tours, and is heading to Cape Town.
Bekker tops Stormers list of new inju ...
Liverpool’s Cape Town trip under thre ...
Ajax face axe from Dutch parents
Probe casts shadow over Lagarde’s job
Christine Lagarde would not automatically be forced to resign her job as head of the IMF if a French court decides to prosecute her in the Ber ...
Oil slips after supply data
Dow and S&P end at records
Asian stocks buoyed by Wall Street
Sprint raises Clearwire offer
Festive bikers roar into Mossel Bay
Thousands of bikers roared into Mossel Bay as the 35th Buffalo Rally (The Buff) got under way in sizzling summer temperatures.
UK journo killed on SA bike launch
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