As political parties ratchet up their election rhetoric, supporters of DA leader Helen Zille have taken to Twitter to liken ANC politicians to the Nazis.
One of South Africa’s biggest trade unions wants President Jacob Zuma to go and is preparing itself for life outside Cosatu.
The danger of your cellphone exploding is all too real, with imitation parts thought to have contributed to a curious case.
DA digs in amid Twitter race war
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Famous faces score at the polls
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Liverpool took a giant step towards their first title in 24 years with a win at a plucky Norwich City.
Boks can’t resist euro, yen
Chiefs in search of Caf booby prize
Westwood ends title drought in style
Stormers relieved after win
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South African climbers were safe following an avalanche on Mount Everest, which left at least 13 Nepalese mountain guides dead.
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Ukraine calls ‘Easter truce’
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French journos ‘free’ after kidnap or ...
Men who play the crying game
Big boys do cry. But we’d rather they wept at the things that touch the rest of us, says Vivian Attwood.
Here’s what Zuma should do
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