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A family's sacrifice for SA's freedom
A family's sacrifice for SA's freedom

Thoughts of those whom he loved and had surrendered to death would have been on the mind of ANC stalwart Reginald September ...

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No doubt ANC will win Tshwane, says Didiza
No doubt ANC will win Tshwane, says Didiza
Politics

The ANC will definitely outrun opposition parties and retain control of the Tshwane metro, mayoral candidate Thoko Didiza said after campaigning.

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Priest’s killer worked at airport
Priest’s killer worked at airport
World

One of the Islamic State fanatics who murdered a Roman Catholic priest passed police checks to work as an airport baggage handler.

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Lifeboat rescue teens playing Pokémon Go
Lifeboat rescue teens playing Pokémon Go
World

Six teenage boys playing Pokémon Go on a crumbling pier sparked a major rescue operation when they got cut off by the tide.

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The DA’s plan to upset the elections
The DA’s plan to upset the elections
Politics

August 3 will not be the most important electoral date in South Africa, writes Prince Mashele.

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Why we hate new stuff
Why we hate new stuff
Saturday Star

The past 600 years of human history help explain why we often oppose new technologies, writes Steven Overly.

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Trappings of life with an alcoholic
Trappings of life with an alcoholic
Saturday Star

Sam Scarborough's Trapped is the true story of a strong, independent woman’s descent into abuse, and how she eventually escaped.

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Don't complain if you do not vote
Don't complain if you do not vote

When you cast your vote on August 3, you should think beyond incessant sniping between the parties, writes Ryland Fisher.

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Polls may bring strange, unpalatable bedfellows
Polls may bring strange, unpalatable bedfellows
The Star

Smaller parties could struggle to have their mandates on council programmes, or be swallowed, leaving voters betrayed, writes Craig Dodds.

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ANC has never been more divided, says Buthelezi
ANC has never been more divided, says Buthelezi
Politics

The ANC has never been weaker, and its prospects of electoral success on August 3 have never been worse, IFP leader Mangosuthu ...

12h
Mom dumps kids for booze
Mom dumps kids for booze
World

A British holidaymaker was arrested for abandoning her nine-year-old twin sons while out on a drinking session in Benidorm.

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#Elections2016: We are the children; the world
#Elections2016: We are the children; the world
Politics

There’s still criticism that the specific needs of children don’t feature prominently enough on election manifestos.

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Klerksdorp has to pay for rape
Klerksdorp has to pay for rape
Crime & Courts

The City of Matlosana’s blame of librarian for being brutally raped while on duty at one of its community libraries is offensive ...

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The world's only privately owned Catholic Church
The world's only privately owned Catholic Church
Kwazulu Natal

Just a few hundred meters from the KwaZulu-Natal and Free State border is the smallest, most charming church in the Southern hemisphere.

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#ANCDPRamaphosa in last minute effort to woo voters
#ANCDPRamaphosa in last minute effort to woo voters
Politics

ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa took party officials on the campaign trail in Temba in last minute efforts to woo voters.