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  1. Zuma vs Maughan: Sanef to picket outside Pietermaritzburg court

    State prosecutor advocate Billy Downer and journalist Karyn Maughan in the Pietermaritzburg high court on January 2 2023. Sanef will picket outside the court on Wednesday as Maughan seeks to have form

  2. Proteas win third ODI thanks to Klaasen’s spectacular fireworks

    South Africa's Heinrich Klaasen plays a shot to win the match in the third ODI against West Indies at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom on March 21 2023.

  3. Four cholera deaths reported in Zimbabwe

    Zimbabwe has intensified the screening of travellers at the Beitbridge border post for diarrhoea and cholera-related ailments. Stock photo.

  4. Shirley Joubert, 'mom' to famous hippo Jessica, dies on same night as animal's calf

    Shirley and Tonie Joubert with Jessica. File photo.

  5. Koeberg removes steam generator that weighs more than a Boeing 747

    Eskom is replacing six steam generators inside its two units at Koeberg. File photo.

  6. ‘Vasbyt’ for your human rights, SAHRC urges South Africans

    South Africans have to continue fighting for their human rights, says the SAHRC. Stock image.

  7. Five people including nine-year-old girl killed in two Durban shootings

    Four people have been killed and one left seriously injured in two Durban shootings. Stock photo.

  8. Free State parents among four nabbed for illegal adoption, fraud

    Four people have been arrested for illegal adoption in Free State. Stock photo.

  9. ‘Stoked’ Robertson will surf wave of emotion with All Blacks after World Cup

    Scott Robertson speaks to media being announced as the next All Blacks Coach during a press conference at NZ Rugby House in Wellington on March 21 2023.

  10. Ramaphosa to give keynote speech at conference of the constitution

    President Cyril Ramaphosa. File image

  11. South Africa to enjoy another night of no load-shedding, Eskom confirms

    Eskom has announced no load-shedding on Tuesday. File photo.

  12. R1m reward offered for info on murder of Bosasa liquidator Cloete Murray and son Thomas

    Insolvency practitioner Cloete Murray succumbed to his injuries in hospital. File photo.

  13. Surely the Sundowns guys will help Bafana beat Liberia: Ronwen Williams

    Bafana Bafana captain Ronwen Williams during a press conference at FNB Stadium on March 20.

  14. Mutilated body found of missing Durban graduate who told family she was going for drinks after work

    The body of Luyanda Cele, 24, was found dumped on a busy Durban street.

  15. Richards Bay announce changes to technical team after poor results

    Richards Bay coach Vasili Manousakis during the Nedbank Cup last 32 match against Mamelodi Sundowns at Loftus Versfeld Stadium on February 7.

  16. Three killed, six injured in N1 crash near Olifantsfontein off-ramp

    Three people have died in an accident on the N1 north just after the Olifantsfontein exit. Stock photo.

  17. Cape Town steadfast about being South Africa's 'green and healthy city'

    Cape Town says outdoor gyms are one of the strategies it uses to keep killer diseases such as obesity, diabetes and strokes at bay. File photo.

  18. WATCH | Lyle Foster on Kompany, the Premiership and what he owes Belgium

    Lyle Foster trains for Bafana Bafana at FNB Stadium on March 20 2023 ahead of their African Cup of Nations qualifying matches against Liberia..

  19. Public hearings on proposed new school laws get parents hot under the collar

    Sticking points that emerged during the hearings included parents having to apply to the education department to register a child for homeschooling and the provision for conditions under which liquor

  20. JUSTICE MALALA | Forget about the poor, Malema aims to position himself and the EFF for next year’s election

    EFF leader Julius Malema aims to position himself and his party for next year’s election, not liberate the poor, argues the writer.

  21. Ferrari hacked and gets ransom demand

    Ferrari says it won’t be paying a ransom to the hackers.

  22. British billionaire Ratcliffe won’t pay ‘stupid’ price for Man Utd

    A general view of banners and signs displayed by Manchester United fans inside the stadium before the FA Cup quarterfinal against Fulham at Old Trafford on March 19 2023.

  23. Fifteen passengers in bus with foreign number plate nabbed for not having passports

    Sixteen people were arrested after a group was found without passports. Stock image.

  24. DA to take legal action over pit latrines

    A pit latrine at a primary school in the Eastern Cape. File photo.

  25. Eskom to insist load-shedding exemption to hospitals and schools risks grid collapse

    The high court in Pretoria is hearing argument that some sectors should be exempt from load-shedding. Stock photo.

  26. WATCH | Conte’s Spurs future in doubt after rant at ‘selfish’ players

    Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte applauds fans after the Premier League match against Southampton at St Mary's Stadium in Southampton on March 18 2023.

  27. WATCH | Cape Town shutdown protesters allege police were 'brutal', camp outside parliament

  28. F1 banks on Perez to prevent a boring season

    Perez is one point behind Verstappen after two rounds.

  29. This year's F1 Ferrari is just 'too slow', say its drivers

    Ferrari have had a woeful start to the season and are already 61 points behind Red Bull in the constructors' championship.

  30. Natjoints says 550 protesters were arrested Monday, most of them in Gauteng

    An EFF march through the streets of Pretoria.

  31. Natjoints says 550 protesters were arrested on Monday – 149 in Gauteng

    An EFF march through the streets of Pretoria on Monday March 20 2023.

  32. Information gaps in Cape Town's public transport inconveniences many — study

    Researchers suggest that navigating Cape Town as a public transport user remain tricky around the city as there remain information gaps across all modes of transport such as MyCiTi, Golden Arrow, Metr

  33. Millions of South Africans at risk of serious diseases due to tooth decay and gum disease — report

    A new world report shows that about 41% of SA children have tooth decay while nearly 25% of those aged 15 years and older experienced severe gum disease.

  34. Blame the police for low turnout in Richards Bay, says EFF

    EFF march towards Richard’s Bay police station.

  35. A handshake between cops and Malema concludes EFF's national shutdown march

    EFF leader Julius Malema wipes the sweat from his brow after a march by his supporters to the presidential compound to demand the resignation of President Cyril Ramaphosa as part of their national shu

  36. DA, ANC pour cold water on the shutdown, EFF claims success

    March 20 2023. Julius Malema, EFF President, addressed his supporters in Pretoria, where the shutdown march ended.

  37. IN PICS | Fiery berets see red about no lunch and being stopped in Durban's Florida Road

    EFF supporters protesting in Durban as part of their national shutdown where they are calling for an end to load-shedding and for President Cyril Ramaphosa to step down.

  38. It's a wrap: how the EFF's #NationalShutdown played out

    EFF members during their march in Pretoria.

  39. Police Nyala and hatchback 'fender bender' stalls EFF march in George

    The march was briefly halted as the damage was assessed. Stock photo.

  40. Questions over power of the pen raised in Zuma private prosecution

    State advocate Billy Downer and News24 journalist Karyn Maughan appear at a private prosecution hearing launched by former president Jacob Zuma at the Pietermaritzburg high court. Zuma alleges that Do

  41. Bafana coach Broos says he’s heard a rumour Liberia have been promised big bonus

    Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos during a press conference at FNB Stadium on March 20 2023.

  42. Malema and supporters camp outside president’s official Pretoria residence

    EFF leader Julius Malema and party MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi led protesters to Ramaphosa's official residence in Pretoria.

  43. Eskom, government ‘did nothing’ since 1998 warnings of future power constraints

    Eighteen SA organisations and individuals are in court pleading with government to exempt essential services facilities and small businesses from load-shedding. Stock photo.

  44. EFF supporters vow to 'march until midnight' in Joburg

    EFF members on the march in Johannesburg.

  45. Free State accountant convicted of defrauding company for six years

    Yet another conviction of a financial officer puts a spotlight on corporates fraud.

  46. Dazzling France have home World Cup shot despite losing Six Nations title

    France's Romain Ntamack and Antoine Dupont are the best halfback pairing in the world.

  47. Shutdown: KZN trains running normally but with fewer passengers

    Prasa says trains are running normally with no disruptions in KwaZulu-Natal, but with low passenger numbers as the EFF's national shutdown continues.

  48. ‘I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t interested’: Miller on Proteas’ T20 captaincy

    Proteas batter David Miller.

  49. National shutdown in Richards Bay, here’s what’s happening

    EFF members singing outside Boardwalk Mall in Richards Bay during the national shutdown.

  50. 'Zero disturbances' at KZN state hospitals, mortuaries and clinics

    The health department in KwaZulu-Natal says there has been no interruptions to medical services amid the national shutdown protest by the EFF. Stock pic