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Limpopo ANC chair Stan Mathabatha promises to deal with VBS linked 'cadres' before elections

Limpopo premier and ANC provincial chairperson Stan Mathabatha has said that those who are corruptible should not be called members of the ANC.

Ramaphosa just washed his hands of the corrupt politically connected

When confronted with the common political dilemma of having to consider pleas from the politically connected, Ramaphosa has washed his hands by appointing the most likely independent prosecutor, writes <strong>Ralph Mathekga</strong>.

Snyman, Powell laud Blitzboks' efforts

Springbok Sevens captain Philip Snyman and coach Neil Powell are pleased with the team's efforts at the Cape Town Sevens.

'I can't breathe' were Khashoggi's final words - report

Jamal Khashoggi's final words were "I can't breathe", CNN has said, citing a source who has read the transcript of an audio tape of the final moments before the journalist's murder.

Specman says goodbye to Blitzboks with Dream Team accolade

Speedster Rosko Specman is the only South African who cracked the nod for the Cape Town Sevens Dream Team.

9 deaths recorded, R350k in fines issued on Western Cape roads over weekend

The Western Cape Traffic Department says nine deaths have been recorded over the second weekend in December.

How new media platforms have become powerful across Africa

New media platforms have changed the way people create, consume and relate the news, writes The Conversation.

France tells Trump to stop interfering in its politics

US president has published a series of tweets criticising Emmanuel Macron's policies and his low approval rating.

Omotoso back in court over request for judge to recuse himself

Pastor Timothy Omotoso is back in the High Court in Port Elizabeth to hear if the Supreme Court of Appeal has made an order yet to grant his application for Judge Mandela Makaula to recuse himself from the case.

Macron to break his long silence on protests that have shaken France

Pressure mounted on French President Emmanuel Macron to announce concrete measures to calm protests marked by violence when he addresses the nation.

2 speedsters driving BMW, Chevrolet arrested clocking 200km/h on the N1

Two men, aged 42 and 48, have been arrested after they were caught speeding in separate incidents on the N1 in Limpopo on Sunday.

Biker, 22, killed after crashing into tree

A 22-year-old biker has died after hitting a tree in Vanderbijlpark, Gauteng.

Over 1 700 arrested in latest 'yellow vest' protests in France

More than 1 700 people have been arrested across France during the latest round of "yellow vest" protests, in which demonstrators clashed with riot police.

MUST WATCH: Is this a woman or a skeleton? People are getting excited about this street art

The murals by Insane51 are two-dimensional. He designs red and blue graffiti that are best viewed with 3D glasses. Then suddenly an image of a woman turns into a skeleton.

Khashoggi murder: Saudis reject extraditions to Turkey

Saudi Arabia's foreign minister has rejected demands to extradite suspects connected to the murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Tutu to be honoured at TRC anniversary event

A special dinner to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's final report will honour former chairperson archbishop Desmond Tutu.

Blitzboks settle for bronze in Cape Town as Fiji walk away winners

The Blitzboks have settled for the bronze medal after edging New Zealand in their third-place Cup clash at the Cape Town Sevens.

IFP's Buthelezi: 'Indians are not settlers in SA'

Anti-Indian sentiment, similar to any other forms of social division, is unacceptable, says IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi.

As it happened: Cape Town Sevens - Day 2

A recap of the action from the Cape Town Sevens, the second event on the 2018/19 World Rugby Sevens Series calendar.
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