Author: Scrolla Africa

Gun battle as police interrupt cleansing of KZN hitmen

Two suspects were arrested on Friday morning following a mass shooting in KwaZulu-Natal.

Principal suspended for whipping loitering learners

The Department of Education in the Alfred Nzo Region has placed a school principal under precautionary suspension for 90 days.

SA’s most controversial pastor is back

The infamous Pastor Zenzile November of Victorious Faith Mission Church in Mangaung, Bloemfontein, is back – and he’s as outrageous as ever!

Chiefs’ defensive frailties come to head to spoil campaign

Kaizer Chiefs were again found wanting at the back to allow Marumo Gallants steal a point from them following Saturday’s 1-1 Premier Soccer League draw at FNB Stadium.

DA congress fails to account for R10 billion lost in Tshwane

The DA has assured the nation it will build stronger and dependable coalition governments in the future.

Ex-Bafana coach Mashaba lets Chiefs off the hook

Former South Africa coach Ephraim ‘Shakes’ Mashaba says there is nothing amiss with Kaizer Chiefs not supplying players to the current Bafana Bafana squad.

Pumas leave the best for last

As the Pumas come running onto the Mbombela Stadium, they will have heard that Currie Cup log leaders Cheetahs have just scored a bonus point victory over the Blue Bulls – and they will have to respond.

Eastern Cape shutdown

The real shutdown is happening on the N2 in the Eastern Cape.

Razor could have scalped Rassie

There are only a few coaches in the world who can compete with Rassie Erasmus, and Razor is one of them.

National Shutdown stumbles in Gqeberha

Although the EFF began its shutdown on a high note in bigger cities, there were little to no disruptions throughout Nelson Mandela Bay.

Taxis stand empty in slow shutdown

On a typical Monday morning, Denneboom taxi rank in Mamelodi is a hive of activity.

Red card the red card for the sake of the World Cup

With one swipe of the card South African referee Jaco Peyper made himself the most important “player” in world rugby this weekend, writes Lucky Maree.

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