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Woman bedridden after four unsuccessful operations

Hospital claims it did everything by the book

Law graduate not blind to adversity

Graduate not blind to adversity

Sam Holdings owner Sam 'Mshengu' Chabalala's depot manager shot dead

A manager at one of flamboyant businessman Sam "Mshengu" Chabalala's depots was shot dead just days after he gave the Hawks a sworn affidavit relating to an investigation about his boss.

Death of Deputy minister of mineral resources Bavelile Hlongwa shatters friends

The deputy minister of mineral resources was returning from an ANC Youth League event at the University of Limpopo on Friday when she was hit and killed by a truck on the N1 highway.

Car guard's family willing to accept R50k compensation from alleged killer

The family of murdered car guard Vusi Mgiqwa is willing to accept R50,000 compensation from his alleged killer.

House story storm in tea cup, says DA

EFF leader Julius Malema says he believes his DA counterpart Mmusi Maimane made a "genuine mistake" when he declared his rental property in the members' interests registry.

Justice minister Ronald Lamola to review decision to release convicted rapist Bob Hewitt on parole

Minister of justice and correctional services Ronald Lamola will review a decision by the correctional supervision and parole board to release convicted rapist and abuser Bob Hewitt on parole.

Mmusi Maimane: 'I moved my family because we were getting death threats'

DA leader Mmusi Maimane moved from the parliamentary village in Cape Town to a R3.85m house in Claremont because he and his family were getting death threats‚ the opposition leader said on Sunday.

Mystery around Mmusi Maimane and 'his' R3.85m Claremont house - report

DA leader Mmusi Maimane listed a house worth almost R4m as one of his assets on the parliamentary registery – but it turns out he does not own the home in Claremont‚ Cape Town‚ according to Rapport newspaper.

Commission of inquiry appointed to probe taxi violence in Gauteng

Gauteng premier David Makhura has appointed a commission of inquiry to probe taxi violence in the province.

Ramaphosa slams attacks on foreign nationals as he also leads choir at Grace Bible Church

President Cyril Ramaphosa has lashed out at those perpetrating violent attacks against foreign nationals.

Celebs fail to ignite #sharethebay tagline

Did you know that Khanyi Mbau and Cassper Nyovest were in Nelson Mandela Bay this week? Well, of course not, because the #sharethebay tagline has not been trending as it should have been.

SA dispatches emissaries to calm xenophobia fears

President Cyril Ramaphosa has sent high-ranking emissaries on a mission to reassure African countries after a wave of xenophobic attacks, the presidency said on Sunday.

Seven men arrested for killing suspected thief in KZN

Seven KwaZulu-Natal men have been arrested for the murder of a man whom they accused of stealing.

KZN serial rapist sentenced to seven life terms

A KwaZulu-Natal serial rapist has been sentenced to seven terms of life imprisonment.

Housing activists take City of Cape Town to court

Activist organisation NU has launched litigation in the Cape High Court to compel the City of Cape Town to develop a housing policy that would require new developments to include affordable housing.

Jeered over attacks, President Cyril Ramaphosa apologises at Robert Mugabe funeral

South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa was jeered and whistled at on Saturday during his speech at Zimbabwe ex-leader Robert Mugabe's funeral before he apologised for recent xenophobic attacks.

KZN woman arrested for grandmother's murder

A KwaZulu-Natal woman has been arrested for the murder of her grandmother.

Joburg businessman and socialite goes after ZANU-PF youth leader

South African based Zimbabwean businessman Frank Buyanga has demanded an apology and a retraction from a Zanu-PF league youth leader over remarks the politician made last month.

Opposition parties mourn death of ‘young and dynamic’ deputy minister Bavelile Hlongwa

Political leaders have expressed their shock and sadness at the death of deputy minister of mineral resources and energy Bavelile Hlongwa who died in an accident along with four other people outside Pretoria

ANC expresses 'shock and disbelief' at death of Bavelile Hlongwa

Mineral resouces deputy minister Bavelile Hlongwa was returning from an ANC Youth League event at the Univeristy of Limpopo on Friday when she died in an accident on the N1 highway, the ANC said.

Deputy minister Bavelile Hlongwa dies in car crash

Deputy minister of mineral resources Bavelile Hlongwa and four other people were run over and killed by a truck on the N1 from Polokwane on Friday.

Foreign leaders, supporters bid farewell to Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe

Foreign leaders, supporters and ordinary citizens gathered at a national stadium on Saturday to bid farewell to Zimbabwe's founder Robert Mugabe, after a week of disputes over his burial

One killed, 30 injured as crane falls off truck onto taxis and car in Durban

A massive crane fell off a truck in Merebank, Durban, shortly before midnight on Friday, smashing into two taxis and a car.

DOJ investigating US Olympic systems handling of sex abuse claims

The investigations, which focus mainly on USA gymnastics, stems from the Larry Nassar scandal.

Robert Mugabe to be buried in a month at Zimbabwe's 'heroes' monument

Former Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe's family and the government on Friday said he would be buried in about a month after they agreed to entomb him at a monument for national heroes in Harare.

Deputy minister Bavelile Hlongwa dies in car crash

Deputy mineral resources and energy minister Bavelile Hlongwa died in a car crash on Friday.

Only a 'sworn enemy of democracy' would make up claims that the judiciary is captured: Mogoeng

No member of the judiciary has been captured, nor are they corrupt, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng said on Friday.
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