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Covid reaches the Cabinet

Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe is the first member of the Cabinet to test positive for Covid-19.

Women suffer brunt of Covid job losses

When it comes to losing jobs, the Covid-19 storm in SA has hurt women much more than men.

From Lagos with love

An American woman who flew to Nigeria to marry someone she met on Facebook ended up being captured for more than a year.

Covid in prisons – which province is doing best?

KwaZulu-Natal is the only province with zero deaths of inmates or officials in prisons.

Judge calls SA “femicide capital of the world” as he puts Eskom killer in jail for life

Muti, love, lies, and death. The court heard it all in the explosive murder trial of Thembinkosi Emmanuel Mhlongo, an Eskom senior employee sentenced to life imprisonment.

Storm whips Cape

The cold front has lashed the Cape, with gale force winds whipping the sea across the streets of Cape Town.

Letting off steam

While South Africans absorbed the shock of the alcohol ban – and the latest body blow to the economy – some took time to...

“Alcohol ban will make 35,000 township businesses bankrupt”

The new ban announced last night could end 35,000 township businesses. The previous Covid-19 alcohol ban cost SA 100,000 jobs. These warnings were made by Beer...

DOPple blow

President Cyril Ramaphosa has locked down alcohol once again – and ordered a night time curfew.

Some good news about Covid – kids might not be big carriers

The early research shows that young children are not passing on the virus in big numbers.

New era as young prince becomes king

The AmaRharhabe nation in the Eastern Cape has ushered in a new era by crowning young Prince Jonguxolo Vululwandle Sandile as the new king of their nation.

Are these the worst school toilets in SA?

Parents and learners at Ceza Primary School learners in Olundi, Chibini are shocked by the state of the lavatories which are “not even fit to be called pit toilets”.