Massive storms cause havoc in Zululand

A massive storm ripped through Nongoma and KwaCeza in the north of KwaZulu Natal, leaving hundreds of people displaced.

Social media community comes to the aid of disabled EC learner

Social media users dug into their pockets to help make a disabled teenager’s dream of one day becoming a graduate a reality.

Five Tlometsane family members laid to rest 

The Tlometsane parents and their three children were all buried on Sunday after a tragic car crash claimed their lives last week.

Nelson Mandela Bay could lose half a billion in grant funds 

The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is in trouble with the national treasury once again, this time for underspending.

‘Stage 6 was sabotage’ – Mbalula

ANC Secretary General Fikile Mbalula says stage 6 was a case of sabotage.

10-Man Bafana stretch Nigeria but luck out on penalties 

Bafana’s Afcon dream came to an end when their semi-final against the Super Eagles was decided by a penalty shootout.

Namibian president dies aged 82

Namibia's President Hage Geingob, 82, died in hospital early on Sunday, the presidency said, weeks after he was diagnosed with cancer.

Two learners die in train and taxi crash

Two pupils have died following a horrific crash between freight train and scholar transport vehicle in Addo, Eastern Cape.

Big scares for England and Scotland

Scotland take their foot off the pedal and Wales come within one point of victory. England battles to catch up to inspired Italians.

French flair crumbles in front of Irish discipline

If only the French could find a way to play their brilliant rugby for a full 80 minutes, they would be unstoppable.

ANC troubled by curse of the former presidents

The party's former presidents are not helping

KZN provincial government accused of refusing to fund Isandlwana commemoration 

The KZN provincial government is accused of refusing to fund the 145th commemoration of the Battle of Isandlwana.

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