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Kenton man murdered in his home

A 54-year-old man was found murdered in his home in Kenton-on-Sea on Monday, and SAPS are seeking assistance in locating his killers.

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Unpaid legal fees delay Judge Hlophe tribunal proceedings

Soon after announcing that the tribunal investigating gross misconduct by Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe was set to resume proceedings on ...

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Premier: 2030 plan not unrealistic

Only 10% of Eastern Cape people will be unemployed by 2030, while the provincial economy will be grown from a gross domestic product increase of ...

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Qumbu ‘Mr Bigshot’ gets soft landing

An Eastern Cape police commander accused of cowboy policing, in which he allegedly shot five bystanders in a busy mall lot during a parking bay squabble, might only have to answer as to how the victims came to be injured by “bullet ...
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Angie murder case is postponed

The 30-year-old man accused of killing Angelique Clark-Abrahams, 25, told the East London magistrate’s court that he had hired a new lawyer for his bail application. The man, who is accused of killing Clark-Abrahams in front of her child, was ...
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No end to ‘caretaker’ teachers’ partying

The party is still going strong at the popular East London hangout Ebuhlanti for hundreds of pupils who visit the ...

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Two children drown at beach

 Two primary school children from Mthatha drowned while swimming off Eastern Beach in East London on Friday. A boy, ...

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Case ‘smacked of xenophobia’

A King William’s Town-based car wash owner is seeking damages of R500,000 from the government after members of the ...

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SA high commission in London labelled 'headquarters of racism' in Wikipedia edit

The South African High Commission in London is the "headquarters of racism" - if a sneaky Wikipedia edit is to be ...

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US astronauts embark on the first all-female spacewalk

US astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir made history on Friday when they stepped outside the International Space ...

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Sewage pushes E.coli levels in Vaal to dangerous levels, environmental group says

Sewage pouring into the Vaal River system is having a major ecological impact and creating a heath risk - and resulting ...

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Two teens drown at Eastern Beach

Two primary school children drowned while swimming at Eastern Beach in East London. The boy and a girl aged 13 and ...

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'A line was crossed,' says parliament over Bishops sex scandal

Parliament's basic education committee has condemned the alleged actions of former Bishops teacher and water polo coach ...

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Hawkers arrested after assaulting Joburg metro police

Two hawkers who were selling their goods to children outside a school in Doornfontein have been arrested, the ...

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Hoping words won't fail them: SA's team at world Scrabble champs

A mathematician, lawyer and businessman are hoping to experience no poxy palavers in their games in the Scrabble World ...

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Metro promises broken year after year

For seven years a Bhisho resident has been asking Buffalo City Metro to remove a septic tank from her yard, to no avail.

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Captors of SA photographer Shiraaz Mohamed demand R10m for his freedom

The family of SA photographer Shiraaz Mohamed, who is being held hostage in Syria, has made an impassioned plea to the ...

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Gwede Mantashe defends decision to add more coal-fired power stations

The Life After Coal campaign and Greenpeace Africa have expressed dismay that the new Integrated Resource Plan forces ...

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Grade 12 lovebirds arrested for faking kidnap in bid for R1m ransom

A young couple who came up with up a kidnap-for-ransom scheme to tap her mom for R1m have been arrested, despite an ...

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Matric IT exams run smoothly despite load-shedding

The matric Information Technology (IT) exams went smoothly with only minor disruptions caused by load-shedding, the ...

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