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Southern Africa winning war on Aids
Southern Africa winning war on Aids

SOUTHERN AFRICA is winning the war on HIV/Aids, with the largest reduction in new adult infections in the world.

Politics
3 hours ago
De Lille blamed for gangsterism on Cape Flats
De Lille blamed for gangsterism on Cape Flats

Community movement #GangsterismMustFall has blamed Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille for youth involvement in gangs on the Cape Flats.

Crime & Courts
3 hours ago
Illegal building is brought to book
Illegal building is brought to book

The Supreme Court of Appeal has ordered the partial demolition of a building in 11th Street, Parkmore because it covers 86.13 ...

Politics
3 hours ago
ANC aims for sweeping poll victory in KZN
ANC aims for sweeping poll victory in KZN

The eThekwini ANC plans a mass door-to-door campaign involving 20 000 volunteers visiting voters’ homes to ensure the party ...

Western Cape
3 hours ago
The dark side of the horseracing industry
The dark side of the horseracing industry

In South Africa horses that can no longer race are often retired to a life of misery, where malnutrition and over-breeding is common.

Crime & Courts
3 hours ago
Girls found hanging from tree, boy thrown off bridge
Girls found hanging from tree, boy thrown off bridge

As SA marks National Child Protection week the rape and murder of two little girls, and the kidnap and murder of a 9-year-old ...

Crime & Courts
5h
Businessman fights arrest over contract wrangle
Businessman fights arrest over contract wrangle

The owner of an air-conditioning company has petitioned the Durban High Court for his immediate release from jail, arguing ...

Gauteng
5h
Online registration deadline looms for Gauteng parents
Online registration deadline looms for Gauteng parents

Parents in Gauteng have until Wednesday to make use of the online system to apply for registration of their children for ...

Politics
5h
Comeback still possible for Senzo Mchunu
Comeback still possible for Senzo Mchunu

An analyst says former KwaZulu-Natal premier Senzo Mchunu could still make a comeback to provincial politics.

Western Cape
5h
Unsafe schools: MEC tells Ehrenreich to butt out
Unsafe schools: MEC tells Ehrenreich to butt out

Western Cape Education MEC Debbie Schäfer says Cosatu has no business interfering in the case of pupils being taught at two ...

Kwazulu Natal
5h
Meet the Zulu from South Korea
Meet the Zulu from South Korea

A South Korean expat’s admiration for Zulu people and their rich culture has earned him the moniker, Nkosana, a Zulu name given to first-born sons.

Crime & Courts
6h
No bail for suspect in R3m mandrax bust
No bail for suspect in R3m mandrax bust

A 46-year-old suspected drug dealer, charged with possession of mandrax tablets worth over R2.9 million, has been denied ...

Business
7h
Land Bank to move to agriculture department
Land Bank to move to agriculture department

The ANC has resolved to move the Land Bank away from the Treasury, to the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.

Politics
7h
Smaller parties could cause upset, warns analyst
Smaller parties could cause upset, warns analyst

An analyst has warned that big political parties should not write off independent candidates or smaller splinter parties ...

Crime & Courts
8h
Two ‘gang bosses’ go on trial in Cape Town
Two ‘gang bosses’ go on trial in Cape Town

This week two alleged gang leaders are in the dock in separate trials at the Western Cape High Court, in what has been described ...