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WATCH | UJ under fire after student 'strangled' and then 'bounced' from graduation

The University of Johannesburg has come under fire after a video of a student who was "strangled" and denied entry to a graduation ceremony surfaced on social media.

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Mthatha boffin puts ocean under scrutiny

A scientist born and raised in Mthatha is quietly confident that once the results of her research are published, they will “change the way we see the ...

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Debate on role of cultural values

Do cultural values serve as a moral compass in a modern world?This angle will be carefully dissected at what is likely to be a highly informative ...

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King’s fate in Cyril’s hands

President Cyril Ramaphosa has received a recommendation from justice minister Michael Masutha to pardon the jailed AbaThembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo.
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OPINION | Preparing to die is part of living ...

Since it’s Good Friday – can we have a conversation about life after death?
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Girl’s muti-killer to rot in jail

A greedy muti-killer has received his just rewards, and will spend the rest of his life in jail.

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Traffic cops on high alert as roads get busy

As traffic volumes start picking up on all major provincial roads ahead of the busy Easter long weekend, Eastern Cape ...

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EL pastor arrested for sexual assault of 12 congregants

Just hours before Good Friday is celebrated in churches across the country, a prominent East London pastor has been ...

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'I became angry and I apologise' - Faith Mazibuko on combi courts rant

Gauteng MEC for sport, arts, culture and recreation Faith Mazibuko on Tuesday afternoon apologised for her rant in ...

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Relax, it will take more than hot cross buns to land you behind bars: RTMC

The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) has assured motorists that it was highly unlikely that they would be ...

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WATCH | Flying motorcycle takes to the skies

Jet-powered dream machine will be able to soar over busy traffic

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Dead babies, limbs in hospital linen a danger to staff, says DA's Jack Bloom

The Charlotte Maxeke Hospital has inexcusably failed to act in tightening controls to ensure that medical waste in the ...

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MultiChoice stand firms against racism despite boycotts involving Steve Hofmeyr

The removal of Steve's nomination has sparked outrage in some quarters.

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Truck driver protest could disrupt Easter holiday traffic

Easter holiday traffic on the country’s major national roads is threatened with disruption by a truck driver shutdown ...

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Edward Zuma tried to intervene in R15m SAPS payment, inquiry hears

Former president Jacob Zuma's son Edward is alleged to have interfered, albeit unsuccessfully, in the payment of about ...

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Police use stun grenades to quell PE student protests

Police set off stun grenades after students barricaded entrances to Port Elizabeth's Nelson Mandela University on ...

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Masualle tough in Makana talks

Premier Phumulo Masualle says a complete dissolution of the Makana municipal council would not currently be ...

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Young teargas victims rushed to hospital

The manner in which police have been using teargas during ongoing protest action in East London, has come under fire ...

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Armscor donation improves conditions for disabled kids

In a quest to “fix” the image of Vukuhambe Special Needs School in Mdantsane, which has been marred by allegations of ...

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‘Mining activists face death threats’

A damning new report published by Human Rights Watch has uncovered that not only were Xolobeni residents barred from ...

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