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A Northern Cape man has been jailed for life for raping a five-year-old girl.
An alleged drunk on-duty cop nearly killed a bedridden Galeshewe man after crashing into a shack with a police van.
Police are hunting for a "smooth-talking, fresh smelling" serial rapist, who is believed to have attacked 15 women.
Many will not be able to watch the Afrikaans news and other shows due to the SABC programming saga.
A man was arrested for allegedly trying to smuggle cigarettes worth R200 000 from Nambia into South Africa.
Bikers for Mandela Day riders were in Kimberly as part of their national tour.
Public Protector instructs Sol Plaatje municipality to pay a widow whose husband is owed pension monies.
Two died and one was critically injured when a truck and car collided at an intersection.
The leader of the Geloftevolk Republikeine, André Visagie, was granted leave to appeal after he was sentenced to five years in jail.
A 26-year-old Zimbabwean man has appeared in court after a robbery at a supermarket in the Northern Cape.
A senior official, who allegedly stole R3.8m from Child Welfare, had been spending up to R28 000 a day at a casino.
A mother and her two children were found after they were forced to sleep between mountain boulders after losing their way on a hiking trail.
Delareyville taxi driver caught using wheel spanner instead of steering wheel.
A woman and her 3-year-old daughter were killed, and her other children left injured, in a collision, ER24 paramedics said.
“A total of 20 wards will be contested by 55 candidates, representing eight political parties and four independent candidates.”
Illegal diamond diggers have invaded Kimberley graveyards, leaving headstones and graves desecrated and cemeteries littered.
A boy managed to escape a fatal shack blaze and called for help, but he was not able to save his mom and brother.
Mourners dug graves themselves after workers apparently went to a shebeen instead of digging graves.
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