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Life is for living not weddings
Life is for living not weddings
Opinion

Those who put pressure on young people to get married tend to ignore how easy it is to find love in a digital world, writes Kabelo Chabalala.

28h
HR boss asks for protection against 'stalker' ex
HR boss asks for protection against 'stalker' ex
Crime & Courts

A Human Resources manager has turned to a court after his scorned former lover phoned him up to 30 times a day, stalked and badmouthed him.

31h
Judgment on ICC a 'temporary setback'
Judgment on ICC a 'temporary setback'
Crime & Courts

Government is expected to go ahead with the withdrawal from the Rome Statute of the ICC once it had followed the correct route.

34h
Sipitori - Pretoria's melting pot of languages
Sipitori - Pretoria's melting pot of languages
Gauteng

Millions celebrated International Mother Language Day, but Pretoria can pride itself in having its own language; Sipitori.

35h
Firms reach deal with Eskom over power bills
Firms reach deal with Eskom over power bills
Crime & Courts

Companies in Mpumalanga have reached an agreement with Eskom that they will pay their electricity bill to the power supplier for the next two months.

1 day ago
Woman fears for her life after wall collapses
Woman fears for her life after wall collapses
Gauteng

A 50-year-old woman was trapped in her house for hours after a wall separating her and her neighbour’s house collapsed in Pretoria.

1 day ago
Decision to withdraw from ICC unconstitutional: court
Decision to withdraw from ICC unconstitutional: court
Crime & Courts

The Gauteng High Court, Pretoria has ruled that only Parliament can decide whether South Africa should withdraw from the International Criminal Court.

1 day ago
Minister orders probe into Rosslyn train crash
Minister orders probe into Rosslyn train crash
Gauteng

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has instructed that a probe be launched over the cause of a train accident in which over 200 people were injured.

1 day ago
Tshwane Open is not our priority - Mayor
Tshwane Open is not our priority - Mayor
Politics

Mayor Solly Msimanga says the City of Tshwane will not prioritise the Open golf tournament and has appealed to the public to invest in the event.