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More South Africans nabbed than foreigners: Fiela

“South Africa remains a stable country” and “the attacks against foreign nationals have been stopped because of the work done…

Clayson Monyela

COPE: Did Monyela speak out of turn over diplomatic fallout?

The Congress of the People (COPE) has questioned whether government is making  Clayson Monyela the “scapegoat” for the diplomatic fallout between…

GOOD SAMARITAN: American aid worker Dr Kent Brantly, despite his
protective gear, contracted ebola. He has been evacuated to the United
States for treatment and appears to be responding well Picture: REUTERS

Tough homecoming for SA’s Ebola nurses

After being abroad on a dangerous mercy mission‚ the first thing most of them wanted to do was embrace their…

Xenophobia

Recovery of body sparks first EC xenophobic attack

The first xenophobic incident in the Eastern Cape has been sparked by the discovery of the body of a missing…

Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini

Generally stinking attitude towards foreign Africans

IN A former era, Natal was regarded as the last outpost of the British Empire. Outrageous comments reportedly made by…

ABDeVilliers

No choke: SA crushes Sri Lanka in World Cup QFS

The choker tag no longer burdens AB de Villiers and South Africa after they ended a winless streak in Cricket…

ON THE SPOT: DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane addresses Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa during a sitting of parliament at the National Assembly in Cape Town yesterday Picture: ESA

Maimane says race still pervades politics

An opposition leader in South Africa says race remains a “powerful trigger” in politics more than 20 years after the…

Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi

School apologises for racial segregation

A private school in Pretoria apologised on Monday for separating students according to race, said education MEC Panyaza Lesufi.

State Security

More South Africans nabbed than foreigners: Fiela

“South Africa remains a stable country” and “the attacks against foreign nationals have been stopped because of the work done…

Clayson Monyela

COPE: Did Monyela speak out of turn over diplomatic fallout?

The Congress of the People (COPE) has questioned whether government is making  Clayson Monyela the “scapegoat” for the diplomatic fallout between…

GOOD SAMARITAN: American aid worker Dr Kent Brantly, despite his
protective gear, contracted ebola. He has been evacuated to the United
States for treatment and appears to be responding well Picture: REUTERS

Tough homecoming for SA’s Ebola nurses

After being abroad on a dangerous mercy mission‚ the first thing most of them wanted to do was embrace their…

Xenophobia

Recovery of body sparks first EC xenophobic attack

The first xenophobic incident in the Eastern Cape has been sparked by the discovery of the body of a missing…

Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini

Generally stinking attitude towards foreign Africans

IN A former era, Natal was regarded as the last outpost of the British Empire. Outrageous comments reportedly made by…

ABDeVilliers

No choke: SA crushes Sri Lanka in World Cup QFS

The choker tag no longer burdens AB de Villiers and South Africa after they ended a winless streak in Cricket…

ON THE SPOT: DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane addresses Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa during a sitting of parliament at the National Assembly in Cape Town yesterday Picture: ESA

Maimane says race still pervades politics

An opposition leader in South Africa says race remains a “powerful trigger” in politics more than 20 years after the…

Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi

School apologises for racial segregation

A private school in Pretoria apologised on Monday for separating students according to race, said education MEC Panyaza Lesufi.

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