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Predictions on the upcoming budget speech.
A 40-year-old man will appear in court for the alleged repeated rape of a teenaged girl, reports Omogolo Taunyane.
Three incidents in less than a month.
Several calls for President Jacob Zuma to fire Minister Lulu Xingwana over her "Calvinist" remarks, have been made.
A second Metrorail train has been torched in what appears to be a deliberate attack on the service. Christine Grove reports...
A case of murder and attempted murder has been opened, after two IFP members were shot in KwaMashu.
Durban taxi drivers go green with new uniforms.
Bail hearing for Booysens' alleged rapists continue.
The man accused of killing a Muslim man in Magaliesburg last year, was denied bail in the Krugersdorp Regional Court.
The budget broken down.
An elderly woman who was raped in her home, has had her alleged attacker arrested by her grandson.
Oscar Pistorius's public relations team has clarified that the athlete is allowed to move around Pretoria, according to his bail conditions.
Anene Boysen's alleged killers were expected back in court for the rape and gruesome murder of the Western Cape teenager.
Government will send agriculture officials to the US for training in handling bird flu.
Former Fidentia head J Arthur Brown is still waiting for his legal aid lawyer to be officially appointed, say sources.
Scores of journalists wait outside the Brooklyn police station in Pretoria for Oscar Pistorius, whose bail conditions stipulate he has to visit the station twice a week.
The DA have criticised the condition of several old age homes in the country.
Johannesburg Emergency Services is concerned that the number of shack fires will rise as winter approaches.
South Africans are hoping for another win at this year's Oscars. "Searching for Sugarman" is up against some serious competition.
Strikes continue in De Doorns.
Double tragedy for the Pistorius family
Pistorius's coach Ampie Louw speaks out about the Olympian’s relationship with Reeva Steenkamp.
The NPA is concerned that members of the police force investigating crimes are themselves facing criminal charges.
The KwaZulu-Natal education department has turned to the Turkish government to assist with training teachers
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