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Teen busted for lying about park attack

A 17-year-old girl has been arrested for lying about being attacked and stabbed in a park in Cape Town.

Manuel pushes for younger president

Trevor Manuel believes that South Africa should follow the United States example and elect someone younger, as they did with Barack Obama in 2008.

Quest to spice up sex life ends in death

The husband of a woman that was found dead in her home blames her death on a drug called Liquid G that they used to spice up their sex life.

Krejcir moved after discovery of audacious escape plot

Convicted crime boss Radovan Krejcir's move from prison in Pretoria to Kokstad was apparently prompted by the discovery of yet another audacious escape plan.

Could season 2 of Uthando Nes'thembu be in the pipeline?

Uthando Nes'thembu quickly become a favourite of many South Africans who just could not get over Musa Mseleku and his wives.

Mbalula and Maswanganyi to meet over recent Uber attacks

Police Minister Fikile Mbalula recently announced that he will be meeting with Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi to intervene in the issue between Uber and Meter Taxis.

Fitch says policy implementation the problem in SA

Ratings agency Fitch has shared its views on the country's economic plan presented by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba last week, and does not believe it will succeed.

Ray Phiri memorial service

The memorial service for the late South African jazz musician Ray Phiri is set to take place on Thursday.

Commuters pay the price in Soweto taxi war

The closure of five taxi ranks in Soweto as a result of a war between rival taxi associations, has left thousands stranded.

Boy (12) dies in shack fire

A 12-year-old boy lost his life in a fire in Delft on Tuesday.

Pearl Bhengu SASSA's new acting CEO

KwaZulu-Natal regional executive manager Pearl Bhengu has been appointed as the new acting CEO of the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) on Wednesday.
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