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New political party, the African Freedom Revolution, aims to snap up 3 million votes

Watch out Economic Freedom Fighters, the African Freedom Revolution is hoping to snap up 3 million "voters" in the upcoming elections, says the party's president, Bishop Timothy Ngcobo.

Boy stabbed to death 'while playing' with fellow pupil at primary school

A primary school pupil allegedly stabbed and killed a Grade 7 pupil while "playing" at a Peddie school, say Eastern Cape police.

E-toll contract not renewed but extended - Electronic Toll Collection

The Electronic Toll Collection says its Gauteng e-toll contract with the South African National Roads Agency has been extended - not renewed.

No space for over 600 children at Khayelitsha school already bursting at seams

More than 600 children are still waiting for a place at Khayelitsha's Enkanini Primary School, which is already bursting at the seams with the sheer number of children who want to attend.

Friday's weather: High temperatures for north and central SA

Heatwave conditions expected over the western and central parts of both the Free State and the North West, and the extreme eastern parts of the Northern Cape until Friday.

Last hope to save young South African cancer patient's leg

Little Jayvan Janse van Rensburg has been bravely battling cancer for the past three years.

Almost R1m in 9 months - what taxpayers forked out for Zuma's travel, cellphone costs

In the nine months since former president Jacob Zuma vacated the Union Buildings, taxpayers have coughed up close to R1m for travel, transport and cellphone usage for him, his spouses and two support staff members.

#News24 ICYMI: Twist in #StateCaptureInquiry, this celeb paid R21k for a moisturiser made from her blood; and meet Bambi - the little fire rescued Cape grysbok

The body of one of the South Africans who went missing at sea in Mozambique has been found, Elana Barkhuizen gives her version of what happened at Schweizer-Reneke primary school and Zimbabweans protest in Cape Town over the crisis in their country.

Another Cape blaze rages: Fire near Houw Hoek pass 'out of control'

Another fire has flared up in the Western Cape - this time near the busy Houw Hoek Pass on the N2 - just as crews packed up after a devastating blaze in the region.

Former Springbok returns dismantled golf club, claiming it was 'lost and found'

Two golf clubs, one of them dismantled, have been returned to the Stellenbosch Golf Club by a man who claims the items were "lost and found".

Police in rural areas are under-resourced - Trollip in Limpopo

DA federal chairperson Athol Trollip is on a two-day visit to Limpopo to drum up support for the party ahead of the 2019 general elections.

DA bags 2 wards in Cape by-elections, but support drops in Bonteheuwel

The results of this week's by-elections in the Western Cape are a mixed bag for both the ANC and DA.

Vegetable patch flourishing between the graves in Howick

Family members who visit the Miller Street Cemetery in Howick have mixed feelings over a small well-kept vegetable patch flourishing between the graves.

Body of one of the missing SA holidaymakers in Mozambique found - report

The body of one of the South Africans who went missing at sea in Mozambique has been found, according to media reports.

Former KZN cop spin doctor Vincent Mdunge wants out of jail

Former KwaZulu-Natal police spokesperson Vincent Mdunge, who began serving a five-year prison sentence in 2017, wants out of jail.

27 Western Cape schools vandalised, burgled over holiday period - MEC

The cost of damages to 27 schools in the Western Cape over the December holiday period is estimated to be R400 000, Education MEC Debbie Schaffer says.

Widow discharged from hospital to bury husband who died in Mountain View train crash

The widow of a man who died in the train collision at Mountain View station in Pretoria has been discharged from hospital so that she can bury her husband.

DA defends Mashaba on sanitary towels, foreign nationals remarks

The DA has denied that Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba is a "loose cannon", instead coming to his defence with regards to his latest controversial statements on sanitary pads and foreign nationals.

'We are reeling under the dictatorship of Mnangagwa' - Zimbabwean protesters in Cape Town

Protesting Zimbabweans in Cape Town want the consulate in the city's CBD to remain closed until the crisis in their country is resolved.
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