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Woman killed and six injured in KwaZulu-Natal accident

One woman was killed and six others injured when a bakkie overturned on the R61 near Seaslopes in Margate, KwaZulu-Natal, on Sunday afternoon, paramedics said.

Icon relatives back Israel boycott

The children and relatives of anti-apartheid stalwarts, veterans and icons have come out in support of the 11th Israel Apartheid Week (IAW), they said on Sunday

Community hall torched in Khayelitsha

The OR Tambo community hall in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, has been torched, the City of Cape Town said on Sunday.

Ramaphosa concludes Lesotho visit

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has concluded his visit to Lesotho where he observed the country's general elections as the Southern African Development Community (SADC) facilitator, his office said on Sunday.

Lesotho premier takes early lead in parliamentary poll

Lesotho's Prime Minister Thomas Thabane took an early lead in parliamentary elections on Sunday, winning 16 out of 19 constituencies where vote counts were complete.

Forget the myths about foreigners

As reports surfaced this week of a new wave of attacks on foreign migrants working in the informal economy, this time in Bellville and Philippi in Cape Town and near Secunda in Mpumalanga, it is clear that the problems that bubbled over recently are far from resolved.

Zuma welcomes Kotane, Marks home to a free South Africa

Struggle icons Moses Kotane and JB Marks were on Sunday given a heroes' welcome by President Jacob Zuma during a ceremony for the repatriation of their remains from Russia.

JSE 'finds no evidence' for Zille's insider trading claim

DA leader Helen Zille's surprising allegation that insider trading at Telkom led to the company's shares touching R80 last week has attracted the attention of at least one regulatory body.

Zuma stands by claim that black ownership of JSE is only three percent

President Jacob Zuma on Sunday reiterated his previous assertion pinning black ownership of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange at three percent, the Presidency said.

DA wants answers over Oliphant inaction on Nedlac graft

The DA on Sunday demanded answers over the apparent inaction of Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant following a forensic audit report detailing alleged corruption by two former Nedlac executives.

Home at last

For 17 years a Cape Town family refused to stop believing they would find their daughter, who was stolen from Groote Schuur Hospital when she was three days old.

Fear grips Maseru

As police increase their visibility on the streets of Lesotho's capital, Maseru, worries about the safety of voters in tomorrow's bitterly contested elections mount.

Makhura promises derided

Gauteng Premier David Makhura's ambitious development plans, backed by investments of more than R100-billion, came under fire from opposition parties during yesterday's State of the Province debate.

Pope gives pauper burial with the elite

Pope Francis has taken his embrace of homeless people a step further by allowing a tramp to be buried inside the Vatican for the first time in the history of the Holy See.

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Bundesliga match will go ahead despite police warning against extremists

Werder Bremen's Bundesliga match with Wolfsburg is to go ahead as planned Sunday despite Bremen police warning of danger posed by Islamic extremists in the city.

Brumbies hold on to beat Rebels 20-15

The ACT Brumbies held on to beat the Rebels 20-15 in an all-Australian Super Rugby derby.

Australia must play swing better - Clarke

Australia captain Michael Clarke said his side had to bat better against swing bowling if they were to win the World Cup after a top-order collapse ultimately proved decisive in a dramatic one-wicket defeat by New Zealand.

Victory all that matter for Bulls

Two consecutive home defeats have left the Bulls spending considerable time on introspection but a victory over the Sharks at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday would remedy their ailing campaign.

Lions chase win before tour down under

With a tough four-week Australasian tour looming, the Lions are in dire need of a victory against the Stormers in their Super Rugby match at Ellis Park in Johannesburg on Saturday.

Recruitment watchdog for cops

An independent board to oversee police recruitment will be set up if the Civilian Secretariat for the Police has its way.

Lesotho on the boil

Factionalism in the Lesotho Defence Force has raised security threat levels in the country as Prime Minister Tom Thabane takes an early lead in hotly contested national elections.

Aston Martin Vulcan: a gripping performance

With the launch of its new Vulcan and its bespoke ownership program, Aston Martin is the latest supercar company to offer its top customers the chance to become race car drivers.

Elephant: Shot, stuffed and shipped

Inaction over R2m alleged Nedlac corruption

DA demands answers over apparent inaction of Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant following forensic audit report detailing alleged corruption by two former Nedlac executives

Zuma stands by black ownership of JSE remarks

President reiterates his previous assertion pinning black ownership of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange at 3%

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