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Gauteng
6 days ago
#Turkey coup bid: ‘It felt liked the longest night ever’
#Turkey coup bid: ‘It felt liked the longest night ever’

Two South Africans have described the chaos that reigned in Turkey during the failed military coup d’état in the country over the weekend.

Crime & Courts
6 days ago
Hawks boss Ntlemeza will not face prosecution
Hawks boss Ntlemeza will not face prosecution

Berning Ntlemeza is off the hook after the NPA declined to prosecute a police officer whose conduct Ntlemeza was accused of covering up.

Crime & Courts
6 days ago
Top cop accuses police union of hypocrisy
Top cop accuses police union of hypocrisy

SA’s top cop Khomotso Phahlane claimed that Popcru defended SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng, yet it had failed to do the same for him.

Gauteng
6 days ago
#MandelaDay - What Joburgers are up to
#MandelaDay - What Joburgers are up to

Organisations and individuals in and around Joburg will be answering the Mandela Day call to action to help their fellow South Africans.

Gauteng
7 days ago
Cars drive over cyclist knocked onto highway
Cars drive over cyclist knocked onto highway

By the time police and paramedics arrived at an accident scene on the N12, a cyclist was dismembered and spread all over the road.

7 days ago
Strict rules for public servants
Strict rules for public servants

THE rules outlawing public servants from doing business with the state are on the way.

Africa
7 days ago
Why Pastor Mawarire’s revolution took hold
Why Pastor Mawarire’s revolution took hold

Pastor Evan Mawarire became an overnight hero for wrapping himself in the national flag and encouraging criticism of Zanu-PF via his cellphone.

Gauteng
9 days ago
‘Nurses were asleep when my sister fell’
‘Nurses were asleep when my sister fell’

Lorraine Mashao claims that nurses at Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital were asleep when her sister, who has since ...

News
9 days ago
A new life's journey steered by a guiding light
A new life's journey steered by a guiding light

As we prepare to mark Mandela Week, one of Madiba's's greatest comrades and a true SA revolutionary hero, Laloo 'Isu' Chiba, ...

9 days ago
Get switched on with a Madiba-inspired phone
Get switched on with a Madiba-inspired phone

You might have him on your T-shirt or on your TV blanket. You might drink him as your mealtime wine, and now you can make a phone call on him.

9 days ago
South China Sea ruling ‘null and avoid’
South China Sea ruling ‘null and avoid’

Shannon Ebrahim discussed the outcome of this week's South China Sea arbitration with Chinese ambassador Tian Xuejun.

Crime & Courts
9 days ago
'Thugs, hooligans' blamed for' damaging election posters
'Thugs, hooligans' blamed for' damaging election posters

Political parties’ posters are being vandalised on a daily basis, and parties are pointing fingers at each other - with each ...

Bikes, Quads & karts
9 days ago
Bikers on the road for Madiba’s legacy
Bikers on the road for Madiba’s legacy

For these riders, 67 minutes has become five days of humanitarian service aimed at inspiring victims of gender-based violence.

10 days ago
How West misperceives and misconceives Chinese politics
How West misperceives and misconceives Chinese politics

The West should not make the strategic error of assuming that China will not fight to defend its right to navigate freely ...

10 days ago
Government has made great strides in Aids fight
Government has made great strides in Aids fight

Now citizens must unite to promote compassion for those living with the disease and those at risk, writes Faith Muthambi.