‘I was assaulted on a daily basis, whether it was verbal or physical,” Annelise Kriek described her 22-year battle against abuse.
After months of uncertainty about whether Joburg will host a gay pride parade after organisers quit, the city will now have two.
Murdered Major-General Tirhani Maswanganyi's family has been left with more questions than answers.
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Former ANCYL leader Julius Malema’s farm in Polokwane has been sold at an auction for R2.5 million.
The smuggling of contraband into the country over the past few months has ranged from the inventive to the completely bizarre.
Before hinting at a romantic interest in Grace Marufu, President Robert Mugabe was nothing but a "father figure" to her.
A motorist left a trail of destruction in the Devland area while trying to flee from Joburg metro police officers.
The beleaguered ANC Youth League’s debt has shot up to R21 million from the original R15m.
Burn survivor Celiwe Maseko, who underwent high-tech surgery in April, has been discharged from hospital.
SA has never had free and fair elections since the advent of democracy almost 20 years ago, says Mangosuthu Buthelezi.
The seriousness of Nelson Mandela's illness was driven home as his family took charge of his hospital stay.
Julius Malema's R4m Schuilkraal farm is set to go under the hammer to help settle his R16m Sars debt.
Copper cable theft syndicates have cost Gauteng R151 million in losses in the past financial year.
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