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Kusile residents march for power plant jobs
Kusile residents march for power plant jobs
Crime & Courts

Kusile residents blocked the N4 to demanding jobs at the Kusile Power Station in Mpumalanga.

4h
North West tribe threaten to boycott polls
North West tribe threaten to boycott polls
Politics

The community of Bapo Ba Mogale are threatening to boycott municipal elections over the alleged misuse of funds by the tribal council.

8h
Letter: Where do parties stand on these issues?
Letter: Where do parties stand on these issues?

With the local elections coming up, Gail Evans says she would like to ask the each political party the following questions ...

9h
Warnings as wild weather hits SA
Warnings as wild weather hits SA
Gauteng

A number of roads and mountain passes in the Eastern Cape and KZN were closed due to snowfalls while the Western Cape braces for storm conditions.

9h
Community helps get body back home
Community helps get body back home
Gauteng

Annelise Ukeje, died in Nigeria last July after falling ill. Her remains finally arrived back in South Africa on Friday night.

9h
Fiery Montecasino suicide probed
Fiery Montecasino suicide probed
Crime & Courts

Despite widespread speculation as to what made a man set himself alight at Montecasino, an official answer is still not known.

10h
Cops justify use of force that led to biker's death
Cops justify use of force that led to biker's death
Crime & Courts

As Steve Brent's family grieve the loss of their loved one accidentally killed in a car chase through Randburg, the SAPS ...

13h
Gay-bashing US pastor feeling the heat from SA
Gay-bashing US pastor feeling the heat from SA
Crime & Courts

US pastor Steven L Anderson has claimed he is being persecuted by South Africans, following a series of pranks against him and his church.

14h
Axed SABC staff await their fate
Axed SABC staff await their fate
Crime & Courts

Four SABC journalists were expected to hear today whether the Labour Court will set aside their dismissals.

15h
No one is to blame, say Gugu Zulu’s family
No one is to blame, say Gugu Zulu’s family
Gauteng

Puleng Zulu has told Nelson Mandela Foundation employees and Trek4Mandela expedition members they should not feel responsible for her son’s death.

15h
Man in fiery death at Montecasino
Man in fiery death at Montecasino
Crime & Courts

Police are investigating after a man soaked himself in petrol and set himself alight at Montecasino in Fourways.

23h
DA accuses ANC of chainsaw disruption
DA accuses ANC of chainsaw disruption

A MAN wielding a chainsaw allegedly charged at a DA vehicle in which mayoral candidate Mergan Chetty was sitting in Pietermaritzburg on Saturday.

23h
Optimism over axed SABC stafff's fate
Optimism over axed SABC stafff's fate

FOUR SABC journalists were expected to hear today whether the Labour Court will set aside their dismissals as the national ...

2 days ago
New 'mango bread' proving cheap, nourishing boon
New 'mango bread' proving cheap, nourishing boon
Gauteng

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

3 days ago
Boy flung from 6th floor flat still in ICU
Boy flung from 6th floor flat still in ICU
Crime & Courts

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.