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Taxman says enforcement not affected by leadership drama

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) says it has over the past year achieved a 92% conviction rate in cases it handed over for prosecution‚ involving tax and customs-related crimes.

No let-up for consumers as Eskom cuts power

Eskom announced another round of load shedding from 5pm until 10pm on Wednesday‚ offering no let-up to consumers who are enduring daily announcements of cuts to the supply of electricity.

Listen: Scientists record wolf spider's song of love

The male spiders only make the sound while standing on something that will vibrate, like a leaf, while the females only respond when they're standing on something similar, giving scientists a clue as to how they hear it considering spiders don't have ears.

SABC, Safa agree on new Bafana broadcast rights

The SABC and the South African Football Association (Safa) have a signed a three-year deal that will see the national broadcaster the right to broadcast all local matches for Bafana Bafana, Banyana Banyana and junior national teams.

Eastern Cape municipality flattens 300 illegal homes

More than 300 people at Masizithathele informal settlement near Mthatha were left homeless after their homes were bulldozed by the King Sabata Dalindyebo Municipality.

Watch: How to avoid getting burgled? Columbus police ask burglars

The Columbus Police Department has recruited a group of inmates to share their tips on how to avoid getting burgled.

Prince Ali calls FIFA arrests 'sad day' for football

Prince Ali bin al Hussein, who is challenging Sepp Blatter for FIFA's leadership, said Wednesday that the arrest of six football officials in a US corruption probe was "a sad day" for the sport.

Motshekga publishes extensive revision of matric exam regulations

Education minister Angie Motshekga has published an extensive revision of the regulations governing matric exams in an apparent bid to stop cheating and to improve the administration of the tests‚ which are the key to university admission and access to skilled jobs.

Zuma, ANC morally, ethically and cognitively sick - five burns from Mbuyiseni Ndlozi's speech

Mbuyiseni 'The People’s Bae' Ndlozi took to the podium yesterday during the tabling of the presidency’s budget vote in Parliament. At centre stage was of course the Marikana Report which has still not been released.

Criselda Kananda tells Kunene to get a job, Sushi King says 'she's f***ing with the wrong person'

After Kenny Kunene revealed he was writing a tell-all book about his relationships with the women he had dated previously, radio personality Criselda Kananada took a shot at the Sushi King and labelled him “a sorry excuse of a man.”

The ancestors are angry

The government has been warned to stop "messing up" families and "tampering" with the ancestors.

'We Fiela your pain'

Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane has criticised the government's Operation Fiela, urging tighter border controls instead.

'SA men like their women big'

South African women are full-figured - and their men like it.

'No way' will new visa rules be delayed

Home Affairs will go ahead with the implementation of new travel regulations for children despite continuing calls for a delay.

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Prince Ali calls FIFA arrests 'sad day' for football

Prince Ali bin al Hussein, who is challenging Sepp Blatter for FIFA's leadership, said Wednesday that the arrest of six football officials in a US corruption probe was "a sad day" for the sport.

SABC, Safa agree on new Bafana broadcast rights

The SABC and the South African Football Association (Safa) have a signed a three-year deal that will see the national broadcaster the right to broadcast all local matches for Bafana Bafana, Banyana Banyana and junior national teams.

Rabada, Phangiso named in Proteas Test squad to tour Bangladesh

Highveld Lions’ duo of spinner Aaron Phangiso and fast bowler Kagiso Rabada were two of the four uncapped players that were named in the Proteas squad for the two-match Test series in Bangladesh in July and August.

Djokovic, Nadal breeze through to second round

Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal yesterday eased closer to a French Open quarterfinal showdown while two-time champion Serena Williams blitzed her way into the second round.

Sundowns' target Mashamaite says he hasn't met with chiefs or his agent

PSL Footballer of the Season Tefu Mashamaite has contradicted an official statement from his club Kaizer Chiefs that contractual negotiations between the two parties have stalled, saying his agent is yet to meet with the club's football manager.

Over 2,500 migrants still adrift in Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea: UN

More than 2,500 migrants could still be stranded on boats in the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea, according to estimates by the United Nations, as Thailand prepares to host a regional meeting it said was focused on "immediate action" to tackle the crisis.

BMW, Nissan to expand green cars plug-in network in SA

The South African units of BMW and Nissan will build a national grid for electric and hybrid cars to expand sales of vehicles that could reduce pollution in Africa's top auto market.

STREET DOGS: Study and practice

Michel Pireu: As Richard D Wyckoff pointed out in his 1925 classic, How I Trade and Invest In Stocks and Bonds, most of the fatalities in the stock market can be traced to a lack of knowledge and experience

Founders need to let go, or face crisis and ruin

At some point founders must accept that they can no longer do it all and they need to build a team around them, writes Andrew Robinson

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Kenny Kunene has revealed how he regrets dating celebs like Sophie “Queen” Ndaba and radio personality Zama Ngcobo, claiming that “they became different creatures.”

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A South African award-winning musician appeared at the Cape Town Magistrates Court on Monday after he was arrested for being in possession of a stolen Porsche worth almost R1 million.

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The cash-strapped Zimbabwean government faces a potentially embarrassing legal case in Hong Kong over a £4-million (about R74-million) luxury villa said to be one of the favourite properties of the first lady, Grace Mugabe.

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A divided ANC faces failure at looming election

The ANC is facing a potential crisis ahead of the local government elections next year as infighting has disrupted the functioning of its structures and leagues.

Paramedics horrified after baby falls out of bin, run over by cars during protest

A baby that had been dumped in a bin was run over when the bin was thrown into traffic during a taxi protest in the Durban city centre on Tuesday morning.

Creche head 'asked kids to re-enact sex act'

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