It was SAA pilot Captain Mark Delport’s experience and training that got flight SA286 through a terrifying ordeal.
Eleven days ago a boy disappeared while swimming at Lucien Beach, turning a family's holiday into a nightmare.
A group of ratepayers in KZN want their own town, own flag and to be excluded from the Mtubatuba Municipality.
Holiday turns to grief after boy drow ...
A town torn in two
Provincial finances scrutinised
15 years for killing newborn baby
Pongola priest released
Khune wants lots of goals
Kaizer Chiefs hope the Carling Black Label Cup will produce a high-scoring match at the FNB Stadium.
Australians rule the pool at Games
Navardauskas wins TDF 19th stage
Sharks to stick to their game
Neymar’s brain on auto-pilot - neurol ...
Chinese student beaten to death in US
A Chinese graduate student at the University of Southern California has been found dead in his off-campus apartment after being assaulted on h ...
Drunk driver kills cyclist on peace r ...
Israel rejects US-brokered truce
Ukraine rebels raid WWII museum
Chilean priests defrocked for sex abu ...
Treat our neighbours with respect the ...
The ANC and Frelimo share a long and deep history as liberation movements in the struggle for freedom, writes Imraan Buccus.
Men who play the crying game
Here’s what Zuma should do
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