Abusive cop allegedly forced reporter to delete pictures of protest outside Woolworths store at Trade Route Mall
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- Attempted land grab in Diepsloot East, situation being monitored by police
- Eight killed as bakkie over turns on N3 near the Marlboro onramp
- No new developments, no arrests made in Stellenbosch murders: Police
- Nxasana probe will be expedited in order to resolve the matter: Mac Maharaj
- UN chief backs regional African force to fight Boko Haram
- KZN father jailed for life for raping his six-year-old daughter
- Angry Malamulele residents call meeting to decide way forward
- Watch:1940's swing dancer show her moves at her 90th birthday jam session
- Selebi mobilised youth in fight against apartheid, says minister Peters
- Kiev hopes for stalled truce talks despite separatist vow
- Eight in critical condition after drinking sour milk in East London
- Watch: Handcuffed man saves life of cop who was booking him
- AirAsia captain left seat before jet lost control: source
- Zim man gets nine-year jail term for possession of python meat
- Teachers union call for President Mugabe to rescind corporal punishment ban
SBV offers R500,000 reward for info leading to successful arrest and prosecution of suspects in Bedford Centre robbery
The widely opposed tidal pool proposed for Umhlanga Rocks, north of Durban, is one decision away from becoming a reality.
Police are examining CCTV footage recorded at the upmarket De Zalze Golf Estate, in Stellenbosch, following the brutal triple murder there earlier this week.
Johannesburg has admitted that it has no immediate fix for the blight of potholed roads despite increasing its projected expenditure on roads infrastructure by 250%.
Eleven-year-old Jamie de Wet screamed in terror, crying for her mother.