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2020 so bad that “bad sex” award cancelled

The annual award for bad sex writing has been cancelled by the magazine that sponsors it.

Magashule lives to fight another day

ANC secretary general Ace Magashule still has his job after lobbying against his removal for corruption charges at the virtual National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting.

TRUCK DRIVERS ARM THEMSELVES AGAINST ATTACKERS

Truck drivers say they have been arming themselves to defend against attackers who have been burning trucks and assaulting drivers.

The writing’s on the wall

Apparently frustrated at an unpaid debt, an angry Joburger left this graffiti on a wall.

STILL drinking water with animals

For five long years the villagers from Ogengele, Mtubatuba, northern KZN have been forced to buy water.

Real Madrid on brink of historic failure

Real Madrid are on the brink of making history – but it is not an historical milestone they will ever be proud of.

Amakhosi draws CD Primeiro de Agosto in CAF 2nd Round

Kaizer Chiefs will face Angolan multisports CD Primeiro de Agosto football club in the Total CAF Champions League 2nd preliminary round on 23 December at FNB Stadium in Nasrec, Johannesburg. The kickoff is at 6pm.

Middendorp asks for patience

Coach Ernst Middendorp has appealed to Maritzburg United fans to be a little patient with him and his players.

RAMAPHOSA WANTS MAGASHULE OUT

President Cyril Ramaphosa has signalled that ANC secretary general Ace Magashule must step down because of the corruption charges against him.

Traditional leaders clamp down on illegal circumcision schools in NMB

Three iingcibi have been arrested in Nelson Mandela Bay and five initiates rescued from illegal circumcision schools during a clampdown by traditional leaders on illegal initiation schools.

Sun-El is telling African stories to the world

Singer and DJ Sun-El has released a double album called To the World and Beyond that is getting rave reviews by telling the world about Africa.

Serial rapist gets three life sentences

The Mpumalanga High Court in Nelspruit has slapped a Bushbuckridge man with three life sentences and sentences totalling 154 years.