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2 hours ago
Time for Mugabe to go, says DA's Maimane
Time for Mugabe to go, says DA's Maimane
zimbabwe

"The opposition won the elections and we (South Africa) negotiated a government of national unity, undermining the will of the people.”

3 hours ago
Illegal churches time bomb
Illegal churches time bomb
Gauteng

Yeoville residents have warned that vigilante violence could erupt in the densely populated suburb over the influx of illegal churches in the area.

20h
Toddler boiling water murder: Bail decision on hold
Toddler boiling water murder: Bail decision on hold
Crime & Courts

Magistrate Paul du Plessis need more time before he can decide on whether a mother and her murder accused boyfriend will be released on bail.

21h
Plot to 'kidnap, traffic' children rocks Fochville
Plot to 'kidnap, traffic' children rocks Fochville
Crime & Courts

The town of Fochville in Gauteng has been shaken by what seems to be an elaborate plot by a man posing as a sports coach ...

21h
One dead, three hurt as rain causes chaos on Gauteng roads
One dead, three hurt as rain causes chaos on Gauteng roads
Gauteng

Heavy rain continues to lash Gauteng, causing severe traffic delays, flooded roads and numerous collisions which have already claimed one life.

23h
ANC NEC reviews policy
ANC NEC reviews policy
Politics

The ANC national executive committee met to discuss, among other policies, the implementation of its radical economic transformation policy.

23h
#Budget2017: DA presents own tax proposals
#Budget2017: DA presents own tax proposals
Budget

Instead of generating R28 billion through tax increases to plug the hole in this year’s Budget, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan ...

23h
#GPSOPA: Cash injection to boost Gauteng economy
#GPSOPA: Cash injection to boost Gauteng economy
Politics

Over R42 billion has been set aside in Gauteng to build schools and major infrastructure projects to boost the local economy.

23h
#GPSOPA: Gauteng aims for 600 000 more jobs in next two years
#GPSOPA: Gauteng aims for 600 000 more jobs in next two years
Politics

Gauteng Premier David Makhura has set a target to create more than 600 000 jobs in the formal sector 'in the next two years'.