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Former Orlando Pirates star arrested for stolen vehicle

A former Orlando Pirates dribbling wizard, Steve Lekoelea, was arrested after he was found driving a suspected stolen car in Orange Farm, south of Johannesburg, last week Tuesday.

SA retailers gear up for Black Friday shopping mayhem

Traditional retailers and online stores are gearing up for Black Friday, which is likely to give the SA retail sector a pre-Christmas boost.

PE taxi bosses demand city launches public transport system

Taxi bosses in Nelson Mandela Bay will on Wednesday embark on what they say is a peaceful protest in front of the City Hall in a bid to force metro leaders to get the R2-billion bus system off the ground.

ISIS attacks could mean more tourists to SA

The recent spike in terrorist activity in other parts of the world could lead to a spike in tourist activity in countries like South Africa.

Report reveals how KZN businessman Thoshan Panday 'bought' the cops

A secret draft report compiled by a leading forensic auditor has cast new insight into how controversial businessman Thoshan Panday allegedly bought off KwaZulu-Natal's top police brass and netted millions for his string of companies. 

Watch: Humpback whales visit Cape Town

Over October and November about 100 humpback whales fed on krill near Cape Town, resulting in this stunning footage. Happy hump day.

Emmy winner misses SABC cut

Rehad Desai's documentary on the Marikana strike and massacre, Miners Shot Down, won yet another prestigious award yesterday, in New York - the International Emmy for best documentary feature film.

Concourt rejects gay minister's case

The Constitutional Court yesterday refused to hear an appeal by a gay church minister who claimed she was the victim of unfair discrimination by the church.

Echoes of Apartheid: tales of death, cover-up in Cato Manor police squad

This investigation, screened as a documentary on Al Jazeera called ‘Echoes of Apartheid’, shows how practices everybody thought had been eradicated have survived deep into SA’s democracy.

ANC has 'failed to transform the police'

Police union Popcru has accused the ANC of failing to transform the police.

Jozi, keep your garbage bins inside

Garbage will not be collected in Johannesburg until further notice as Pikitup workers continue with protest action that started on Monday.

Noakes case sponsored?

Misconduct charges against protein advocate Tim Noakes might have been influenced by companies sponsoring the Association of Dieticians of SA.

Braxton's lung power a concern for Joburg fest

American singer Tamar Braxton is yet to confirm whether she will be performing at the first BET Experience Africa festival next month.

43 held as final exams are disrupted

More than 40 protesting Cape Peninsula University of Technology students were arrested by police yesterday.

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Chiefs-Sundowns TKO final tickets sold out in just three hours

Tickets for this year’s Telkom Knockout final between Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs are sold out, the PSL has confirmed.

Barca bury Roma in six-goal avalanche

The reigning European champions Barcelona last night reached the knockout stages of the Uefa Champions League after crushing Roma 6-1 at the Camp Nou, with Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi both scoring twice.

India 85-2 at lunch on first day of third South Africa Test

India were 85 for two at lunch on the opening day of the third Test against South Africa in Nagpur on Wednesday.

Stormers to name John Mitchell as new coach

Former All Blacks coach John Mitchell will be named as the new Stormers coach within a week, after visiting Cape Town yesterday to rubber-stamp the move.

Lizo's move to the Bulls a 'pure rugby decision'

Prop Lizo Gqoboka, described as a "diamond" by Blue Bulls coach Nollis Marais, says his decision to leave the Kings had nothing to do with the union's financial fiasco.

Teachers unions to protest ANA decision

There will be a protest on Wednesday on the sidelines of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) congress in Midrand against the “Department of Basic Education’s decision to continue with the writing of the Annual National Assessment (ANA)”.

Death test a heartbeat away

It's enough to make your heart beat a little faster, this new study that suggests that your heartbeat rate when you are at rest can be used as a "death test" - a predictor of your chances of keeling over in the next two decades.

Nehawu endorses Ramaphosa as ANC's next president

Cosatu's biggest affiliate, the National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (Nehawu), has supported the proposal that the trade union federation endorse Cyril Ramaphosa as the ANC's next president.

Botswana seeks to expedite nickel deal

Nickel a central platform Botswana’s government will use to diversify its economy away from diamonds

Executive intends taking flag to unimagined heights

Advertising prodigy Thabang Skwambane likens SA Tourism account to ‘playing for your country’, writes Sue Grant-Marshall

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Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana defender Erick Mathoho was left “devastated” after he survived a hijacking in Atteridgeville, west of Tshwane on Monday night.

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Three lions were trying to kill another lion, when a herd of buffalo scared them off. Unfortunately the lion that was under attack died a week later - at at a place called 'Buffalo Pan'. Video posted to YouTube by Kruger Sightings.

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An Eastern Cape man has lived to tell the tale of how people are being killed at Glebelands hostel in Umlazi, Durban.

Turkey shoots down Russian war plane on Syria border

NATO member Turkey on Tuesday shot down a Russian fighter jet on the Syrian border, threatening a major spike in tensions between two key protagonists in the four-year Syria civil war.

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Failed by the police and the courts, and desperate for justice, rape victims are turning to social media to "out" their attackers.