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Sports injury clinic a first for SA

The Sports Injury Clinic at Groote Schuur Hospital is a first for South Africa.

What it means when kids walk on their toes

When toddlers are learning to walk, many spend some time walking up on their tip toes, which is known as toe walking.

Marriage is not an achievement but a blessing, says Ayanda Ncwane

Sifiso Ncwane's wife Ayanda aims to host a Women's Carnival in an attempt to cast issues such as physical and emotional abuse into the spotlight.

Home flight simulator in MH370 captain's home plotted Indian Ocean course-JACC

A home flight simulator owned by the pilot of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was used to plot a course to the southern Indian Ocean where the aircraft is believed to have gone missing, the Australian agency in charge of the search said on Thursday.

South Sudan’s humanitarian crisis: wildlife is also in the firing line

The latest fighting in Juba, South Sudan, between government forces known as the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) and the opposition has left hundreds dead.

What we can learn from communities in Nigeria on how to improve security

It is glaringly obvious across the world that state capacity to prevent crime and provide security is becoming overstretched and inadequate.

Heed warnings as extreme weather events set to increase: Parliament

“Evidence of rapid climate change…is already upon us‚” Parliament has said by way of urging South Africans to heed “weather warnings and to take all the necessary steps to avoid loss of property and life”.

Iran condemns killings of French priest, boy in Syria

Iran's foreign ministry condemned this week's killing of a French priest, drawing a parallel with the recent decapitation of a young boy by jihadists in Syria, state media said Thursday.

Language war hots up at universities

The fight to keep Afrikaans as a language of instruction at universities is hotting up, with the Higher Education Network vowing to join court cases over the issue as friends of the court.

Thousands of children detained in security clampdowns

Thousands of children have been detained and many tortured during security operations carried out in response to threats from extremists such as the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria, and Boko Haram in Nigeria, Human Rights Watch said Thursday.

'Keep homophobic pastor out of SA'

People are up in arms over controversial pastor Steven Anderson's visit to South Africa in September.

Police ready for trouble on poll day

About 100,000 SAPS members will be deployed to polling stations across the country on Wednesday next week as political violence escalates ahead of the local government elections.

Two arrested‚ military gear seized after navy burglary

Two people were arrested in an intelligence-driven overnight raid in the southern suburbs of Cape Town for allegedly stealing weapons‚ ammunition and hand grenades from the country’s biggest naval base at Simon’s Town.

WATCH LIVE: Gugu Zulu's funeral service

Gugu Zulu's family and friends gather for his funeral service at the Rhema Bible Church on Thursday.

Help me continue Gugu Zulu’s legacy‚ Letshego asks mourners

Letshego Zulu made an impassioned plea to those in power to erect a medical facility on Mount Kilimanjaro in honour of all those who have died of altitude sickness on the mountain.

Transfer-listed Xulu‚ Manqele‚ Mthembu set for Chiefs first team return

Kaizer Chiefs’ three transfer-listed players are yet to receive offers from rival clubs‚ and they are showing “positive signs” that just might prolong their stay at the club‚ says Amakhosi football manager Bobby Motaung.

Motaung pours cold water on Kaizer Chiefs move for Steven Pienaar

Kaizer Chiefs manager Bobby Motaung says it is highly unlikely that the glamour club will sign former Everton star Steven Pienaar.

WATCH: How Gugu Zulu's daughter stole the hearts of many at the memorial service

Gugu Zulu's one-year-old daughter, Lelethu, stole the hearts of many South Africans at her father's incredibly emotional memorial service as she was heard crying, and later on, playing in a separate room as the service got underway.

Islamic State terror cells active in SA

A network of Islamic State terror cells is operating across Southern Africa, according to the affidavit of a police officer in the SAPS's crimes against the state unit.

Pirates player tests positive for cocaine

An Orlando Pirates player is set to be hauled before a South African Institute for Drug Free Sport (SAIDS) disciplinary hearing after allegedly testing positive for cocaine.

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Sports injury clinic a first for SA

The Sports Injury Clinic at Groote Schuur Hospital is a first for South Africa.

Transfer-listed Xulu‚ Manqele‚ Mthembu set for Chiefs first team return

Kaizer Chiefs’ three transfer-listed players are yet to receive offers from rival clubs‚ and they are showing “positive signs” that just might prolong their stay at the club‚ says Amakhosi football manager Bobby Motaung.

Sundowns slip into Caf semis in style

In the end‚ they had to rely on an own goal after some good chances could only result in stops by the Zamalek goalkeeper‚ but Mamelodi Sundowns’ 1-0 victory has seen them into the Caf Champions League semifinals in style.

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It was a cruel twist of fate for the visitors but deserved stroke of luck for hosts
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Crowds welcome to see the Lions feed

Only seven Super rugby play-offs have been won by teams playing on a foreign continent.

Home flight simulator in MH370 captain's home plotted Indian Ocean course-JACC

A home flight simulator owned by the pilot of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was used to plot a course to the southern Indian Ocean where the aircraft is believed to have gone missing, the Australian agency in charge of the search said on Thursday.

Heed warnings as extreme weather events are set to increase‚ Parliament warns

“Evidence of rapid climate change…is already upon us‚” Parliament has said by way of urging South Africans to heed “weather warnings and to take all the necessary steps to avoid loss of property and life”.

Can Hyundai beat Mercedes and BMW at their own game?

When the 2017 Hyundai Genesis G80 goes on sale this fall it will do so as a car with more passenger space than a Mercedes E Class, more horsepower than a Cadillac CTS and with a raft of active safety systems as standard that even Volvo S90 drivers are offered as optional extras.

An ombud’s guide to dealing with high-maintenance complainants

There has been a steady increase in unreasonable conduct on the part of people complaining to the Ombudsman for Long Term Insurance‚ fuelled by what Ron McLaren describes as “anger‚ frustration and an exaggerated sense of entitlement”.

Right energy mix is what matters

Eskom doesn’t want you to know a mix of new-build renewables and gas is now cheaper than the proposed mix of existing coal and new coal and nuclear builds, writes Bronwyn Nortje

Spoke in wheel for price fixing

Decisions by the Competition Tribunal reaffirm its tough stance against cartels, writes Hardin Ratshisusu

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The Carling Black Label Cup will be an opportunity for Kaizer Chiefs’ new players to observe how the established performers go about things‚ said Amakhosi coach Steve Komphela on Wednesday.

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The South African Broadcasting Corporation will reinstate seven of the eight news employees who challenged their dismissal for speaking out against a decision by the public broadcaster’s chief operating officer‚ Hlaudi Motsoeneng‚ to ban news coverage of violent protests.