After months of uncertainty about whether Joburg will host a gay pride parade after organisers quit, the city will now have two.
Mondeor police are hunting for Richard Mkhatshwa Moyo after his escape last month while being taken to court.
Concerns around circumcision rites are justified, but it's time to talk up the positives, says Dr Sakhumzi Mfecane.
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An anonymous proxy bidder has offered a small fortune for a gourd-shaped Greek island owned by a South African resident.
Murder accused Nomshado Mdluli was placed at the crime scene as the third accomplice who had worn a “homemade balaclava”.
The ANC has appointed fierce Zuma supporters to take over the reins of the Youth League’s national office.
What do we need to do to involve more men in the fight against Aids? Dr Sakhumzi Mfecane has a few ideas.
A knife-wielding youngster ordered an 85-year-old Limpopo pensioner to choose between rape and death.
North West police have arrested a 29-year-old man for allegedly raping a 92-year-old woman in Mmakau.
The story of a nine-year-old boy caught selling drugs at school has highlighted the severity of drug use among school children.
SA’s Intercape bus company is weighing the risks of travelling in Mozambique after a close encounter with suspected rebels.
Limpopo’s opposition parties have ganged up against the ANC in defence of beleaguered premier Cassel Mathale.
Residents of the Clay Oven said the Red Ants used crowbars to dismantle their shacks and that phones and money were stolen.
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