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Over the next two years around 30,000 primary phase learners at over 250 schools countrywide should be using tablet computers to learn how to read and write.
Four people stand accused of murdering Kirsty Theologo in an apparent Satanic ritual in 2011.
The so-called Modimolle Monster claims he saved his stepson from suicidal depression months before he allegedly killed the 19-year-old.
Tender fraud charges against Tshepo Malema have been provisionally withdrawn.
Local red meat producers and advocacy groups have decried unscrupulous meat importers and wholesalers who getting away with the mislabeling of kangaroo, water buffalo and chicken.
A police report confirms that officers shot dead 34 striking mineworkers at Marikana, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard on Wednesday.
Heavy rains wreak havoc on the mother city. At least 17 millimeters of rain have fallen in the past hour.
Telkom will pay a R449 million penalty for abusing its dominance in the telecommunications sector between 1999 and 2004.
How one reporter reconciled himself with an... interesting brief, and embraced junk meat for his art.
There are renewed calls for Limpopo premier Cassel Mathale to be sacked following the arrest of yet another top official for alleged fraud.
Cosatu says the DA’s campaign against e-tolling in the Western Cape is a joke.
Former Fidentia boss J Arthur Brown will soon know whether his misrepresentations in business dealings amount to fraud.
Three men and a girl accused of killing a teenager by setting her alight in 2011 pleaded not guilty in the high court sitting in the Palm Ridge Magistrate's Court.
Johan Kotze's co-accused has rubbished claims that he had nothing to do with the gang rape of his estranged wife
A painting featuring South African leaders as men with a different racial orientation than what they are, continues to spark controversy across the country.
Agricultural products from the Eastern Cape will soon be permanently displayed in one of China’s busiest trading cities.
North West police have continued a search for two people after Cessna airplane crashed into the Modimolle dam, near Mahikeng.
The Auditor General will brief the communications portfolio committee on the SA Post Office (Sapo) strategic plans and budgets in Parliament on Wednesday
A Johannesburg schoolgirl is in a stable condition in hospital after being stabbed with a pair of scissors by a fellow pupil.
The International Monetary Fund has revised its 2014 global growth forecast for South Africa, citing out 25.9% unemployment rate.
The SA National Roads Agency Limited says the planned toll roads on the N1 and N2 in the Western Cape, will add to much-needed job creation in Cape Town.
An application to have the SA Red Cross declared "commercially bankrupt" is expected to be submitted to the High Court in Pretoria, by retrenched workers.
The murder trial of acting Judge Patrick Maqubela's wife is expected to continue in the Western Cape High Court on Wednesday.
After warnings of medical reactions to mislabelled meat products, meat industry representatives are meeting in Paarl to discuss the situation. would like to send you push notifications.
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