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New 'mango bread' proving cheap, nourishing boon
New 'mango bread' proving cheap, nourishing boon

A newly opened bakery in Pimville, Zone 3 is the first bakery in Soweto to sell mango bread, the loaf made from mango flour.

Crime & Courts
1 day ago
Boy flung from 6th floor flat still in ICU
Boy flung from 6th floor flat still in ICU

The three-year-old who was stabbed and flung from the sixth-floor balcony of a flat by his father is still in ICU in serious condition.

Crime & Courts
1 day ago
‘This is a fight to the end’
‘This is a fight to the end’

Busisiwe Ntuli and Thandeka Gqubule have vowed to fight censorship at the SABC all the way to the Constitutional Court.

1 day ago
Darkness falls on a life well walked
Darkness falls on a life well walked

The 'Adventure Couple' didn't make it to the top together, but Letshego Zulu will be back to finish what they started, writes Omphitlhetse Mooki.

Crime & Courts
1 day ago
Dejected Meyerton residents continue protest
Dejected Meyerton residents continue protest

Hundreds of protesters, mainly from the Sicelo informal settlement, continued to sing, chant and barricade main roads in ...

Gauteng
1 day ago
Chilly with a chance of snow
Chilly with a chance of snow

Winter will tighten its grip on parts of South Africa this weekend into next week with Gauteng and KZN likely to be icy cold and wet.

Crime & Courts
2 days ago
Early bird catches... criminals
Early bird catches... criminals

Bloemfontein police caught suspects too sleepy to escape, seizing both them and a heap of suspected stolen goods.

2 days ago
Erdogan tightens the screws
Erdogan tightens the screws

Turkey’s president is clamping down on any dissent and opposition to his rule after a failed military coup last week, says Shannon Ebrahim.

Gauteng
2 days ago
An electrifying performance for the election year
An electrifying performance for the election year

Eskom and the City of Joburg are are promising widespread electrification this year and it will cost these entities about ...

Crime & Courts
2 days ago
Names war is not over
Names war is not over

The protracted street names battle in Tshwane may be partially won - but the process has only just begun.

Crime & Courts
2 days ago
Motorcyclist injured in Randburg crash, shootout dies
Motorcyclist injured in Randburg crash, shootout dies

The motorcyclist critically injured when robbers crashed into vehicles and his motorbike during a shootout with police in ...

Crime & Courts
2 days ago
Shootout in Randburg after getaway car crashes
Shootout in Randburg after getaway car crashes

As soon as the grey Renault Sandero stopped flipping and came to a halt, three men leapt out and fired more shots at the police officers.

Crime & Courts
2 days ago
Nel has 30 reasons why Oscar’s jail term’s too lenient
Nel has 30 reasons why Oscar’s jail term’s too lenient

State prosecutor Gerrie Nel has listed 30 points in his application for leave to appeal Oscar Pistorius’s 6-year sentence for murder.

Crime & Courts
2 days ago
'My SABC hell' journalist turns the tables
'My SABC hell' journalist turns the tables

Vuyo Mvoko, who penned an article detailing the bullying and intimidation at the SABC, is taking the public broadcaster to court.

Gauteng
2 days ago
A tragedy waiting to happen
A tragedy waiting to happen

Overworked doctors pen their accounts of tragedies waiting to happen on the Facebook wall of the group named Safe Working Hours.