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A painting depicting President Jacob Zuma and former president Nelson Mandela as white people, has been removed from an art exhibition in Nelspruit
A 25-year-old man charged with the murder of prominent Durban businessman, Nhlanhla Gasa, is appearing in the Durban Magistrates' Court today.
Advocate Dali Mpofu has been released from the St Dominic’s Hospital in East London. Mpofu was released today.
An SAPS lieutenant colonel has been arrested for speeding. The police officer resisted arrest after being caught going 184 kilometres per hour.
Prosecutors are preparing to lead the last of their evidence against Johan Kotze, a man referred to by many as the Modimolle Monster.
Sadtu wants Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga and her director general Bobby Soobrayan to step down.
Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini has welcomed a court ruling making grandparents who care for their grandchildren eligible for foster care grants.
Lawyers groups are threatening to take the Judicial Services Commission to task on how it appoints judges.
AfriForum demands that a report on Metro's public participation process on Pretoria's name change be made public.
Rangers working 24/7 to keep poachers out
Several South African supermarkets have been named for incorrectly labelling meat products in a scandal that has griped the world's attention.
Family members of former president Nelson Mandela are planning worldwide birthday celebrations for his upcoming birthday.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has labelled South Africa as one of the most violent nations in the world.
A local school's project to raise funds for the community of Hout Bay in Cape Town got residents out in the sun for buckets of fun.
A man has been arrested in connection with the murder of prominent businessman, Nhlanhla Gasa.
Murder-accused Oscar Pistorius was reportedly spotted out on the town, at a private party last week, just weeks after he shot and killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp
6 people have been rescued after their boat sank off Brighton Beach, Durban. They were on a fishing trip when their boat sprung a leak.
TB continues to spread in KZN
The battle for the 2014 general elections will see various political parties competing for the favour of South Africans.
Corruption-fearing western executives are still squeamish about investing in Africa, but legal firms hope to make big bucks from assuaging those concerns, writes Andrew Beatty.
Proposals to join some municipalities around the country have caused an uproar.
The Inkatha Freedom Party is calling on government to give the Shell House massacre more prominence in the country’s history books.
City of Cape Town councilor said the time for Premier Helen Zille to establish a commission of enquiry into ongoing gang violence is now.
A policeman has been seriously injured in a high speed car chase on Corlett Drive in Johannesburg. would like to send you push notifications.
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