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BigSA party president Hendrick Kekana says 80% of working South Africans earn R7,500 or less a month and are barely surviving.
Sihle Mavuso presents the latest news from KwaZulu-Natal.

The life of the zama zama part five: Metro cops rescue SAPS from enraged zama zamas

Under police escort, the family of slain zama zama Ntando Nkomo went to the Basotho-dominated shaft to retrieve his body.

SECOND FEMALE COP IMPLICATED IN KILLSURANCE SCAM

Rosemary Ndlovu allegedly advised a colleague at Norkem Park police station on her Killsurance tactics – letting her know how to kill her husband for cash.

COP, HEARTBROKEN BY MURDER SPREE, QUITS CASE

Part 6 of 9: The police officer leading the investigation into Sergeant Rosemary Ndlovu quit the case because it shocked him so much.

The aftermath of Rosemary’s arrest at Bushbuckridge

Part 5 of 9: Undercover police arrested Rosemary Ndlovu in Bushbuckridge after she took hitmen - and undercover cops - to her sister’s house to kill her and her children.

KZN MASS SHOOTING: CELE VISITS FAMILY

At least 10 members of the same family were killed in one incident in Mbali Township outside Pietermaritzburg. 

Soapie star arrested for allegedly killing boyfriend

A soapie star is in hospital for a drug overdose after being accused of killing his lover.

Black DA delegates frustrated as key proposal is rejected

Black delegates at the DA’s national elective congress have lost an opportunity to introduce the position of deputy federal leader in the party.

Ramaphosa visits flood-ravaged town

President Cyril Ramaphosa will be visiting the tourist destination of Port St Johns on Tuesday afternoon to see first hand the extent of the flood damage.

Lions snatch a special victory

As the lowest ranked South African team on the United Rugby Championship table, the Lions, lying 11th, will be looking for a win against Benetton who are lying 10th.

Broos throws toys out of his cot

Firstly, an angry Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos stormed off the Orlando Stadium dugout the moment Mohammed Sangare struck the stoppage-time equaliser for Liberia.

Stormers show character against the wind

As always in the United Rugby Championship, the home team has a massive advantage.

Shange gets second shot in France

South African triathlete Sanele Shange will have another taste of competing in the World Ironman Championship this year scheduled in France in the city of Nice on 10 September.

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