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Joseph Khoza’s ID was blocked on and off since 1988 because of a mix-up which repeatedly alleged that he was an illegal immigrant.
Once seen as the preserve of husbands, wives appear equally keen on watching porn - but it comes at a cost to their marriages, writes Glen Keogh
Former Pretoria High School for Girls pupil Christine Emmett recounts her experience as a white learner at the school.
Pupils are challenging the idea that there is one way to be South African, and that's a positive thing, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
Metrorail passengers were left stranded as railway tracks were blockaded with mattresses and other household belongings salvaged ...
Premier David Makhura has vowed to act against all provincial heads of department responsible for the more than R4 billion ...
Sadtu is fed up with the Department of Education in Limpopo after it failed to pay the salaries of 205 temporary educators.
At just 23, Musawenkosi Saurombe is about to graduate with a PhD in industrial psychology.
The ANC has broken its silence on the Hawks’ “Hollywood-style humiliation” of Minister Pravin Gordhan over the Sars rogue ...
A recent study found that “too many” medicines are being prescribed to patients in general, and too many antibiotics and ...
Lack of focus on key problems and dearth of direction is doing the ANC, and all of us, more harm than any opposition party, writes Ray McCauley
Gauteng schools have been asked to review their codes of conduct after Pretoria Girls High's was suspended for "insensitivity".
That we're looking at a pro-Israel, pro-AfriForum and pro-monopoly capitalist agenda in Joburg is a major blow, writes Dada Morero.
City of Joburg MMC for finance Rabelani Dagada answers questions from Janet Smith.