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Unisex perfumes you can share with your lover

These gender-fluid scents are neither too masculine nor feminine - and so can hit the sweet spot for one and all

Movie review: 'Allied' shows a lack of buzz between its stars

Much in the news ahead of its release because of rumours about an affair between stars Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard (which was supposedly a factor in the demise of Brangelina), Robert Zemeckis's old-school, high-glamour World War 2 drama 'Allied' is disappointingly dull and lifeless.

Pedestrian killed on M1 highway

A pedestrian believed to be in his thirties was killed on Saturday morning when he was struck by a vehicle on the M1 north before the Booysens off ramp in Johannesburg.
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Sexy no-lettuce salads you'll live on this summer

Tal Smith of Cape Town's Sababa Deli is known for her unusual salads. She shares some creative recipes from her new cookbook 'Feast with Sababa: Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Food'
Skipper AB de Villiers says he loves the big stage.

De Villiers says he's nervous ahead of Sunday's first outing since shoulder injury

For a veteran of 106 Tests‚ 206 ODIs and 71 T20s‚ AB de Villiers was not convincing when he said he was nervous ahead of his appearance in a provincial match for Northerns against Easterns at Willowmoore Park on Sunday.

Ailing Baroka seeking to shore up leaking defence

Baroka FC are thinking about adding to their defensive ranks after taking Zimbabwean defender Eric Mudzingwa on trial this week from Highlanders.

16 dead as Hungarian school coach crashes in Italy

A coach carrying Hungarian teenagers home from a school trip crashed and burst into flames on a motorway in northern Italy, killing 16 people, firefighters said Saturday.

Somizi tells you how to find your joy

Somizi is always smiles and hugs and just a general hive of happiness. Us? Sometimes we battle to get out of bed.

Six dead in KZN massacre

Six people have been killed execution-style in Hammarsdale‚ west of Durban‚ in an apparent massacre.

'I actually got a bit emotional and needed to take a moment to gather myself and focus on the game' - Ngidi

Lungi Ngidi found himself overawed when the 12707 fans who braved the extended rain break gave him an ovation.

Four more survivors pulled from Italy avalanche hotel

Emergency workers on Saturday pulled four more survivors from the ruins of an Italian hotel buried under an avalanche three days ago, after the "miracle" rescue of a woman and four children on Friday.

Slain cop described as a ‘hero’ who joined the force despite his policewoman mother also being killed on duty

Hundreds of police officers on Saturday gathered to pay their final respects to Constable Tsepho Tladi‚ the police officer killed during a controversial police operation in Katlehong last week.

‘Cabinet reshuffle imminent’ – plan to get Gordhan out and replace him with Nkosazana-Zuma‚ COPE charges

The latest “vicious” attacks on Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and calls for him to be fired are a “well worked out plan” by the Jacob Zuma faction to remove Gordhan and replace him with Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma‚ Congress of the People (COPE) charges.

Police probe drug link in KZN massacre

Was the brutal massacre of six people in Hammarsdale‚ west of Durban‚ on Friday night linked to an ongoing drug war?

Government conveys condolences to Iran after building collapse

The South African government has sent a message of condolence to the Iranian government and people following the collapse of a high-rise building in the capital‚ Tehran.

WATCH: Durban Mercedes driver crash lands car on concrete bollard

The weekend started off on a sour note for a Durban driver who crash-parked her Mercedes C on a concrete bollard on Durban's beachfront on Friday afternoon.

'If we do not win we will possibly be number two' - EFF gears up for 2019

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) is convinced that its election machinery will be stronger in the 2019 national elections‚ which the party says will mark the exit of the ruling party.

Gordhan's application politically motivated: Guptas' Oakbay

Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments has questioned the timing of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's legal bid for a declaratory order‚ saying it confirmed suspicions that the application was politically motivated.

I'm still going strong, says Joost van der Westhuizen on 'oxygen reports'

A message posted to Joost van der Westhuizen's Twitter account on Friday afternoon moved to allay fears that the former Springbok's health had taken a turn for the worse and had been' placed on oxygen'.

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Skipper AB de Villiers says he loves the big stage.

De Villiers says he's nervous ahead of Sunday's first outing since shoulder injury

For a veteran of 106 Tests‚ 206 ODIs and 71 T20s‚ AB de Villiers was not convincing when he said he was nervous ahead of his appearance in a provincial match for Northerns against Easterns at Willowmoore Park on Sunday.

Soyizwapi expecting a tough day at the office for the Springbok sevens in New Zealand

Siviwe “Shakes” Soyizwapi believes the Springbok sevens will need to hit their straps very early in Wellington Sevens to avoid finding themselves between a rock and a hard place.

Ailing Baroka seeking to shore up leaking defence

Baroka FC are thinking about adding to their defensive ranks after taking Zimbabwean defender Eric Mudzingwa on trial this week from Highlanders.

'I actually got a bit emotional and needed to take a moment to gather myself and focus on the game' - Ngidi

Lungi Ngidi found himself overawed when the 12707 fans who braved the extended rain break gave him an ovation.

South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 19 runs in first T20

Fast bowler Lungi Ngidi gave South Africans a glimpse of the future with an eye catching performance of nerve and pace with the ball that resulted with a handsome return of 2/12 on his debut as Proteas beat Sri Lanka by 19 runs on Friday.

Slain cop described as a ‘hero’ who joined the force despite his policewoman mother also being killed on duty

Hundreds of police officers on Saturday gathered to pay their final respects to Constable Tsepho Tladi‚ the police officer killed during a controversial police operation in Katlehong last week.

‘Cabinet reshuffle imminent’ – plan to get Gordhan out and replace him with Nkosazana-Zuma‚ COPE charges

The latest “vicious” attacks on Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and calls for him to be fired are a “well worked out plan” by the Jacob Zuma faction to remove Gordhan and replace him with Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma‚ Congress of the People (COPE) charges.

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