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The wreck of the Turkish vessel Seli 1 was blown-up yesterday by the SA Navy to collapse it on to the seabed, part of a process to ... View Pictures
Polling stations opened up to Kenyans yesterday for a tense presidential election that will test whether the east African nation can... View Pictures
BREAKING IT DOWN: Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan delivers his Budget Speech for the year in parliament yesterday.
Prudence, ... View Pictures
The brutal rape and murder of Anene Booysen had caused shock and outrage among the community, a Bredasdorp magistrate said yesterday... View Pictures
Two men accused of the rape and murder of teenager Anene Booysen appeared in a packed Bredasdorp Magistrate's Court this week for a ... View Pictures
A picket was held outside parliament last night to highlight the educational needs of the country ahead of today's Budget speech. Or... View Pictures
Maritime experts are scrambling to rescue Sir Ranulph Fiennes, who is known as the "world's greatest living explorer".
He was... View Pictures
The remaining group of Tafelsig backyarders has resorted to setting up shacks at sunset and taking them down at dawn.
The back... View Pictures
About 45 000 people had a blast at The Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Die Antwoord concert at the Cape Town Stadium last night. The Pepp... View Pictures
The year 2012 has been a year of drama, including lots of protest action in the city, on the farms and beyond.
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