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Before hinting at a romantic interest in Grace Marufu, President Robert Mugabe was nothing but a "father figure" to her.
Burn survivor Celiwe Maseko, who underwent high-tech surgery in April, has been discharged from hospital.
Gauteng police have arrested 10 people for allegedly kidnapping a mom, her baby and 29 other people in Orange Farm.
SA has never had free and fair elections since the advent of democracy almost 20 years ago, says Mangosuthu Buthelezi.
Gauteng police arrested a man for allegedly raping his sister-in-law while his wife was sleeping in the same room.
A Mercedes Benz driver who clocked up 200km/h on the N3 claimed he was speeding to get to church.
City authorities in Johannesburg, South Africa's economic hub, have unveiled an ambitious plan.
“The ANC places it on record that it is not involved in the purging of any of its members.”
Police arrested a man who allegedly pretended to be a medical doctor and performed abortions from a flat in Jabulani, Soweto.
Two students at Monash SA campus in Roodepoort allegedly mutilated a kitten while it was still alive, The Citizen reported.
Ten people were arrested after 29 alleged kidnap victims were found in a house in Orange Farm, south of Johannesburg.
Police are tight-lipped on whether there has been progress in finding those responsible for the brazen heist at the FNB Stadium.
A court has had to intervene in the ongoing clashes between taxi operators and drivers of a school transport organisation in Alexandra.
A pastor told the High Court she was concerned about the remaining children of a Zimbabwean mechanic who killed his three-year-old son.
Johannesburg - A woman was killed in a multi-vehicle collision in heavy mist on the N4 in Witbank on Friday, paramedics said.
Less than two weeks after she was allegedly raped, a 14-year-old Kimberley girl gave birth to a healthy 3.5kg boy.
Copper cable theft syndicates have cost Gauteng R151 million in losses in the past financial year.
Maj-Gen William Mpembe gave his evidence-in-chief at the Farlam Commission of Inquiry in Centurion on Friday.
"He took the firearm and shot the officer in both his legs. When the driver tried to assist, he was shot in his back."
Koketso and Ofentse Manthoko were thrilled when they moved into their brand new house in Payneville Extension 2.
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