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32 mins ago
Heavy rains devastate KZN
Heavy rains devastate KZN
Kwazulu Natal

Heavy rainfalls have left much of the town of Newcastle in KwaZulu-Natal under water and a number of local families without roofs over their heads.

33 mins ago
Mayor vows to tackle Cape Town's apartheid legacy
Mayor vows to tackle Cape Town's apartheid legacy
Western Cape

Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille says one of her priorities for the next five years would be to address the legacy of apartheid spatial planning.

34 mins ago
Heavy rains help Vaal Dam levels to new high
Heavy rains help Vaal Dam levels to new high
Gauteng

The Vaal area received over 107 millimeters of rain in the last few days, helping the Vaal Dam go up by nearly 10 percent - the highest in two years.

43 mins ago
Killers offer 'blood money' to family of victim
Killers offer 'blood money' to family of victim
Crime & Courts

Two Pretoria men, who are awaiting sentencing for fatally assaulting a man in an apparent racial incident, have offered his widow R3000 a month.

54 mins ago
Campaign to tackle teen suicide
Campaign to tackle teen suicide
Western Cape

Sadag's campaign on teenage suicides took them to various schools to educate parents and teachers on how to spot teens who may be suicidal.

55 mins ago
We could do little aside from monitor Esidimeni transfers: SAHRC chairman
We could do little aside from monitor Esidimeni transfers: SAHRC chairman
Politics

Professor Bongani Majola told the justice portfolio committee he regrets the manner in which the SA Human Right Commission handled the tragedy.

71 mins
Vaal Dam at 71% ... but Gauteng must still save water
Vaal Dam at 71% ... but Gauteng must still save water
Gauteng

The recent heavy rainfall in Gauteng has brought relief for the Vaal River system but the drought isn't over, says Department of Water and Sanitation.

72 mins
Struggle lawyer Judge Essa Moosa gravely ill
Struggle lawyer Judge Essa Moosa gravely ill
Western Cape

Messages of support have continued to pour in for retired Western Cape High Court Judge Essa Moosa who is terminally ill.

73 mins
Sakhumzi murder case on hold
Sakhumzi murder case on hold
Crime & Courts

The suspect accused of the Sakhumzi Restaurant murder appeared briefly in the Orlando Magistrate’s Court but the case has been postponed.

77 mins
#Budget2017: ‘I’m just a statistic’
#Budget2017: ‘I’m just a statistic’
Budget

There are a lot of firsts for Malizole Hole this year. He started a new job in January and also took on the role of a father.

90 mins
Theft, sabotage disrupt Tshwane Wi-Fi
Theft, sabotage disrupt Tshwane Wi-Fi
Technology

Tshwane has provided residents with free internet access through more than 780 Wi-Fi zones - but many hotspots have not been working for a while.

103 mins
Anti-foreigner march: African Diaspora Forum moves to allay fears
Anti-foreigner march: African Diaspora Forum moves to allay fears
Crime & Courts

The African Diaspora Forum in SA says it has received hundreds of calls from foreigners concerned about their safety if the march goes ahead.

115 mins
Man shot dead in Hillbrow store robbery
Man shot dead in Hillbrow store robbery
Crime & Courts

A 36-year-old man was shot dead when he entered a Hillbrow store only to find a robbery in progress.

116 mins
Teacher tells of #Budget2017 hopes
Teacher tells of #Budget2017 hopes
Budget

What’s kept Fakazi Ngwane dedicated is the space to mould and transform young minds, and he had hoped the Budget would address school infrastructure.

117 mins
Fuel price: slight relief in March, pain in April
Fuel price: slight relief in March, pain in April
Industry news

Moderate decrease likely before tax hikes send fuel prices surging again. But will the rand step in to help?