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  1. New-car sales: these were SA’s top performers in September

    Toyota Hiluxes roll of the Durban assembly line following the reopening of the factory.

  2. Water restrictions in Gauteng metros as Rand Water storage drops to 38%

    Stage 2 water restrictions are being implemented in line with a Rand Water notification to Tshwane, Johannesburg and Ekurhuleni. File image

  3. Luxury vehicles impounded as Hawks raid alleged zama zama leaders' homes

    Police impounded 14 high-powered vehicles and a truck during Tuesday's raid on the West Rand.

  4. Pitso’s camp explain absence of fitness trainer KB Rangoaga in Saudi Arabia

    New Al-Ahli coach (2nd from left) Musi Matlaba (wearing glasses) and Kyle Solomon welcomed to Saudi Arabia by Al-Ahli officials without Kabelo Rangoaga this week.

  5. Eskom chair Mpho Makwana says management to get ‘benefit of doubt’

    Eskom’s management blames years of skimping on maintenance for the poor performance of its power plants. File photo.

  6. A Royal mess: Flood victims moved to Durban hotel as property owners 'turn away' KZN government

    Government has put in place a plan to move flood victims out of community care centres by the end of November. File photo.

  7. Runners mourn Samuel Tshabalala, Comrades legend and a gentleman

    Samuel Tshabalala crosses the line in Durban to win the 1989 Comrades Marathon on May 31 1989. He was the first black person to win the race since the ban on their participation was lifted in 1975..

  8. Move to contain new locust outbreak in Northern Cape

    The first brown locust outbreak this season is in Upington, Kliprand, Gamoep, Carnavon and Louriesfontein. File photo.

  9. Rail and port workers to strike this week over wages

    Transnet says its wage bill makes up more than 66% of its monthly operating costs. File photo.

  10. Call for enhanced security measures around Kruger National Park after tourist attack at known crime hotspot

    A broader government intervention involves training, mentorship and deployment of unemployed youth in tourism attractions and sites as part of a tourism monitor programme.

  11. Mzwandile Stick to coach SA ‘A’ in UK next month alongside Rassie Erasmus

    Springbok assistant coach Mzwandile Stick will work with SA Rugby Director of Rugby Rassie Erasmus during SA ‘A’ matches against Munster and the Bristol Bears next month in the UK.

  12. Sunday Times GenNext celebrates 18 years as leading youth brand surveyor

    The importance of youth participation added value to the Sunday Times GenNext ceremony by showing appreciation through the voting process.

  13. Teachers unwilling to strike, despite public sector wage talks deadlock

    Teachers are unwilling to strike because they have seen the impact of Covid-19 on pupils and the learning losses. File image.

  14. Chiefs meet Pirates, Swallows miss the cut for Black Label Cup

  15. KwaMashu bar patron fatally shot after altercation

    A man was killed after an altercation at an upmarket bar in KwaMashu on Sunday

  16. Tito Mboweni gets his R19,000 back after hackers raid his bank account

    Former minister Tito Mboweni got his money back.

  17. Oath Keeper leader spoke of 'civil war' ahead of January 6 Capitol attack: US prosecutors

    FILE PHOTO: The government and extremist monitoring groups have characterised the Oath Keepers as a far-right anti-government group, with some of its members having ties to militias. Many of its membe

  18. Government backs Safa’s intention to bid for Women’s World Cup

    The department of sport under minister Nathi Mthethwa has indicated government has thrown its weight behind Safa's intention to bid for the 2027 Fifa Women's World Cup.

  19. Joburg reservoirs 'critically low', residents urged to save water amid heatwave

    Rand Water says high water demand is affecting its reservoirs and towers. Stock photo.

  20. Who is Ibrahim Traore, the soldier behind Burkina Faso's latest coup?

    FILE PHOTO: Burkina Faso's new military leader Ibrahim Traore is escorted by soldiers in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso on October 2, 2022.

  21. Numbi Gate identified as crime hotspot: Reward offered for info on shooting of German tourist

    Police say four tourists were stopped by three armed suspects who were driving a VW Caddy.

  22. UK's Truss refuses to rule out welfare cuts to fund economic plan

    Truss and her finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng are racing to set out how they will pay for more than £40bn (R808bn) of tax cuts announced last month, sparking turmoil in financial markets as they did n

  23. KZN farmer who shot mourners to hear his fate

    A KwaZulu-Natal farmer who was found guilty of murder and attempted murder for a shooting on his Crammond farm, is expected to be sentenced in the Pietermaritzurg high court

  24. Trump sues CNN claiming defamation, seeks $475m in punitive damages

    Trump claims in his lawsuit, filed in US District Court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, that CNN had used its considerable influence as a leading news organisation to defeat him politically.

  25. Tshwane mayor blames metro's financial woes on Maile's decision to place it under administration

    Tshwane mayor Randall Williams.

  26. WATCH LIVE | JSC interviews for Supreme Court of Appeal vacancies continue

    The Judicial Service Commission is set to interview shortlisted candidates for vacancies at various superior courts at its sitting in October.

  27. Burkina Faso children return to school despite second coup this year

    School pupils in Burkina Faso are returning to school despite the political tensions due to a second coup. Stock photo.

  28. EV makers urged to become lithium project partners

    A big lithium producer in Australia, the world’s top supplier, is urging electric car manufacturers and battery makers to become its partners in new refinery projects, arguing their direct financial b

  29. SA fixed investment has fallen ‘dramatically’, Absa says

    The decline is partly due to weak business sentiment that’s hamstrung private-sector investments, the lender said. Stock photo.

  30. Tesla tumbles as quarterly deliveries disappoint

    Tesla’s shares dropped the most in four months after the carmaker blamed a disappointing deliveries report on shipment issues that increased the number of vehicles on their way to customers as the qua

  31. Dutch to cull around 102,000 chickens to contain bird flu

    Fifteen cases of avian flue have been detected so far.

  32. 'There's a combination of skills unlike in the past': Mantashe throws his weight behind new Eskom board

    Mineral resources and energy minister Gwede Mantashe. File photo.

  33. In congested Istanbul, electric scooters find a spiritual home

    Some cities in Europe have seen such a proliferation of e-scooters that local authorities are now figuring out how to regulate them.

  34. Rivian climbs after ramping up production, reaffirming annual goal

    Shares of Rivian Automotive Inc. rose in late trading after the automaker reported an increase in production and reaffirmed its goal to build 25,000 electric vehicles this year.

  35. WATCH | Pitso gets down to business with first training session at Al-Ahli

    Coach Pitso Mosimane with an Al-Ahli player during his first training session at the club.

  36. Let the city turn off your geyser to help the grid outside load-shedding, CT is asking

    Residential and small-scale commercial customers are being targeted to participate in the 'power heroes' plan.

  37. Maserati unveils new GranTurismo with petrol and electric powertrains

    The flagship Trofeo model puts out 410kW.

  38. Modernisation, gender disparities and staff shortages in spotlight at health conference

    Health minister Joe Phaahla says the global undersupply of healthcare workers threatens the quality and sustainability of health systems in Africa and worldwide.

  39. Verstappen shows his frustration even with one hand on title

    Verstappen, who celebrated his birthday on Friday, raged on the radio after Red Bull told him to abandon what would have been his fastest qualifying lap.

  40. Hawks raid homes of zama zama 'kingpins' in Carletonville, Khutsong

    Six suspects have been arrested and their luxury vehicles have been seized

  41. Petrol price drops but diesel rises in October

    Good news for drivers of petrol cars; not so much for diesel drivers.

  42. 'Prioritise tourists' safety': Gun crime against German visitors shocks industry

    The tourist was one of four travellers making their way to one of the country’s top tourism attractions when he was shot. Stock photo.

  43. 'Do not believe the notion that your vote is a secret. That's nonsense': Mashaba

    ActionSA leader Herman Mashaba. File photo.

  44. Tourist shot dead in botched hijacking attempt

    According to the police four tourists were stopped by three armed suspects who were driving in a VW Caddy.

  45. 'I can't believe my sweet boy is gone', mother of North West pupil who drowned

  46. NCOP committee supports dissolution of Ditsobotla local municipality

    People from the settlement of Boikhutso collect water from a tanker in Lichtenburg. Clover has decided to close down SA's largest cheese factory in the town due to poor service delivery.

  47. Body of Soweto jogger found three days after she went missing

  48. Blast from the past: King Kallis rules as Proteas crush Pakistan in Karachi

    SA's Jacques Kallis hits out as Pakistan wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal looks on during the first Test at the National Stadium in Karachi in 2007.

  49. From Gingindlovu to Hawaii: Iron man Shange chases world champs dream

    Sanele Shange was the first black South African podium finisher in the 25-30 category at the 2021 Ironman in Gqeberha.

  50. Koen was gutted by former chief justice Mogoeng's lashing last year, considered leaving the judiciary

    KwaZulu-Natal High Court judge Piet Koen said he considered leaving the judiciary after a "lashing" by former chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng during interviews last year.