Scrolla World Cup Quiz

Brothers murdered protecting their sister from rapists

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Two young men were killed and their bodies dumped after they tried in vain to stop thugs from raping their sister on Saturday night.

MOROCCO KEEP AFRICA’S WORLD CUP HOPES ALIVE

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Morocco advanced to their first-ever Fifa World Cup quarter-final after defeating Spain 3-0 in a penalty shootout on Tuesday night.

Brace yourself for 12 hours of daily darkness

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Eskom has announced that it will increase load shedding to stage 6 from midday on Wednesday.

Fire station which has never put out a fire given grand reopening

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In October last year, the City of Tshwane Executive Mayor Randall Williams officially opened the R62 million Mamelodi Fire Station.

In Gqeberha, even churchgoers, children and the dead aren’t safe

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Churches and schools in Gqeberha are no longer safe from criminals, and are increasingly being viewed as easy targets for the city’s armed robbers.

Vhela’s identity was stolen, and his life was put on hold

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For months Vhela Sibuyi from Rolle Village in Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga couldn’t open a bank account and no one was willing to tell him why.

Seeing double: Wednesday’s South African secret

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It seems there’s no escaping Wednesday. The hit Netflix show has created such a buzz that feels more famous than the day of the week it’s named after.

Woman loses use of arms in pit bull attack

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A 29-year-old from Duduza in Ekurhuleni has survived a savage mauling from two pit bulls, but says that she has completely lost the use of her arms.

Boy, 14, stabbed to death during pens down celebrations

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Jubilant pens down celebrations to mark the end of exams in Witsand, Atlantis, in the Western Cape have ended with the death of a 14-year-old boy.

What South Africa can learn from the World Cup

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If there's anything that the South African Football Association (Safa) can learn from the Fifa World Cup in Qatar is that it has to upgrade its scouting department, writes Menzi Magubane.