Siam Lee memory wall overflows
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Siam Lee memory wall overflows

Flowers, teddy bears and posters in memory of murdered Siam Lee were this week placed…

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KZN oil search ‘may be killing whales’
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KZN oil search ‘may be killing whales’

Has loud underwater noise from the oil and gas exploration industry caused whale and dolphin…

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Eastern Cape school rocked by ‘sex-for-marks’ scandal
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Eastern Cape school rocked by ‘sex-for-marks’ scandal

Cyril sparks cabinet panic
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Cyril sparks cabinet panic

President Cyril Ramaphosa will have to show his mettle in the face of a tug-of-war…

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‘Zuma is going to have his day in court soon, and its going to be ugly’
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‘Zuma is going to have his day in court soon, and its going to be ugly’

Former president Jacob Zuma is set to face the music —  soon he will be…

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Zuma fought until last minute
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Zuma fought until last minute

It took hours of persuasion from lawyers, family members and senior ANC leaders on Wednesday…

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Six-year-old dies of rabies in KZN
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Six-year-old dies of rabies in KZN

Deadly listeriosis outbreak getting worse
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Deadly listeriosis outbreak getting worse

The country’s Listeriosis outbreak shows no sign of slowing down. In the last week alone, 57…

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Ramaphosa’s 12-step plan to fix South Africa
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Ramaphosa’s 12-step plan to fix South Africa

These are the top 12 priorities outlined by President Cyril Ramaphosa in his state of…

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PERSPECTIVE ON SONA 2018: New dawn. Renewal. It’s a thing now
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PERSPECTIVE ON SONA 2018: New dawn. Renewal. It’s a thing now

Newly elected President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered his maiden State of the Nation Address (SONA) with…

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Judgment on apartheid era bank bail-out goes against Public Protector
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Judgment on apartheid era bank bail-out goes against Public Protector

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s Absa-Bankorp report has been set aside by the High Court in…

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KZN school finds effective way to fight bullying
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KZN school finds effective way to fight bullying

A school in KwaZulu-Natal is taking innovative steps to eradicate the trend of school bullying.…

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VIDEO: Fumbling robbers arrested after pressing panic button
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VIDEO: Fumbling robbers arrested after pressing panic button

A gang of armed robbers, fumbling to open a garage door to make their getaway…

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A tale of two days:  Zuma’s last and Ramaphosa’s first
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A tale of two days: Zuma’s last and Ramaphosa’s first

Jacob Zuma’s last-minute resignation from the country’s presidency left ANC parliamentarians with a palpable sense…

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WATCH: Ramaphosa sworn in as president
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WATCH: Ramaphosa sworn in as president

Cyril Ramaphosa has been sworn in as the president of South Africa by chief justice…

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LIVE: Suspects arrested during Hawks Gupta raid appears in court
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LIVE: Suspects arrested during Hawks Gupta raid appears in court

The suspects arrested in connection with investigations into the Free State Vrede dairy farm project…

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Defence’s closing argument: Henri van Breda had no motive to attack family
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Defence’s closing argument: Henri van Breda had no motive to attack family

Henri van Breda’s lawyer says his client had no motive to attack his family. The…

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World’s most popular cars: More bakkies, SUVs expected on SA roads
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World’s most popular cars: More bakkies, SUVs expected on SA roads

While the world’s most popular vehicle in 2017 – the Toyota Corolla, with 1 160…

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I resign, but not because I agree with you, Zuma tells the ANC
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I resign, but not because I agree with you, Zuma tells the ANC

Former president Jacob Zuma has avoided a motion of no confidence in Parliament by resigning…

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LIVE: President Zuma: Have I done something wrong? – watch
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LIVE: President Zuma: Have I done something wrong? – watch

President Jacob Zuma has conducted a surprise briefing via the SABC, following all the events…

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