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Three men are on the run after the brutal hijacking, kidnapping and robbery of a wealthy Umhlanga businessman.
Instead of planning for their holiday, Cameron Dalziel's son now face the reality of preparing for their father's funeral.
Excitement was palpable as the small town of Ulundi readied itself to host one of the biggest weddings in SA.
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‘Cops’ on run after brutal kidnapping
Agonising time for Dalziel family
Ulundi abuzz ahead of royal wedding
Boyfriend suspected in child’s death
Protector no pussy cat over leopard a ...
Renzi’s reform plan faces major resis ...
Italian senators have clashed over Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s plan to strip the upper house of most of its powers.
Three missing athletes found in Orego ...
Rescue teams rush to landslide site
Troops rush to Xinjiang after attacks
Senator plays down sex tape scandal
Kallis quits ODI cricket months befor ...
Jacques Kallis has decided to call time on his international limited overs career six months before the World Cup.
Niang ‘will be hit at Downs’
India chase 445 after England declare
Cosafa Cup shelved
Bucs striker eyes early goal to set t ...
Niang ‘will be hit at Downs’
Pirates striker Kermit Erasmus expects his good mate Mame Niang to make an immediate impression at the Downs.
Qatar WC workers poorly paid
Rooney ready to lead England
Blue Bulls to field seasoned Sevens s ...
Bok centre Waylon Murray and Blitzbokke Ryan Nel will lead the Blue Bulls Sevens side in the World Cup Sevens series.
New challenge for the Sharks
Waratahs name unchanged side
Tera Mtembu to captain Sharks
Blitzbokke sad to leave Glasgow party
I have respect from team: AB
Birthday boy keeps England on top
Test humiliation for India
Power serve fails to stop Ivanovic
Ana Ivanovic has defeated Sabine Lisicki in the Stanford Bank of the West Classic to partially avenge her Wimbledon loss.
Serena maintains big rankings lead
Anderson drops out of top 20
Djokovic retains top spot
Andujar wins Swiss Open title
Canadian Open joy for SA’s Clark
Tim Clark clinched his second PGA Tour title when he sank a six-foot par putt to beat Jim Furyk by one stroke at the Canadian Open.
Horsey ends European tour drought
Furyk leads Canadian Open
Furyk, Petrovic share Candadian Open ...
Stanley finds form at Canadian Open
England reach hockey semi-finals
England women’s hockey team secured their place in the Glasgow semi-finals with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Scotland.
Bolt denies Games a ‘bit s**t’ slur
Governor defends Games plan review ca ...
SA swim team make splash
Chad - a man in a different class
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