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Wits v Pirates match at Wits University called off because of threat of a Fees Must Fall protest

Saturday night’s Premier Soccer League match between Bidvest Wits and Orlando Pirates at Bidvest Stadium was called off on Saturday night due to the threat of a “Fees Must Fall” protest disrupting the game.

Kaizer Chiefs snatch second win in a row with 2-0 win over Maritzburg United

It was far from convincing but Steve Komphela and his Kaizer Chiefs silenced their doubters and turned the jeers of their own supporters into cheers with a 2-0 triumph – their second win in succession in a space of three days.
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SA’s most valuable resources are our people, says Maimane

“Our most valuable resources are our people‚ and this is where we should be investing the bulk of our time‚ effort and money‚” says Maimane.

Gunman kills four at mall in Washington state

Four women were killed in the attack in the cosmetics department of the mall's Macy's store on Saturday.

Proteas promise to 'play hard ball' against Ireland

Ireland will be missing two big players‚ Ed Joyce and Boyd Rankin, says SA assistant coach Adrian Birrell, but also notes that SA won’t be at full strength themselves.

Archbishop Makgoba urges students to stop violent acts paralysing universities

Our universities‚ colleges and schools are important heritage sites for our communities, says Archbishop Thabo Makgoba.
Screenshot from a video taken by the wife of Keith Lamont Scott when police shot him in Charlotte, North Carolina.

WATCH: Man with Traumatic Brain Injury is shot at by police in North Carolina

The release of this video is said to underscore the need for Charlotte to release police video of the shooting to provide necessary government transparency to the public.

More civilians killed in latest wave of Syrian, Russian strikes in Aleppo

"Every missile makes an earthquake we feel regardless of how far off the bombardment is," says an Aleppo resident.

Sammy Sosa is tired of the bs: 'I'm not who you think I am'

TV and radio personality Sammy Sosa says that she is ready to return to the spotlight, if nothing more than to show her haters who she really is.

Komphela seeks consistency in upcoming match against Maritzburg United

“We won our last match and that has brought in an element of belief in the team. We are getting there. Being consistent is key‚” says Komphela.

Mosimane's ‘crazy option’ to switch Dolly in Ndola kept Sundowns in semifinal against Zesco

"I needed a goal. Keagan was not getting into box," says Mosimane.

A celebratory and tearful goodbye for a kwaito legend Mandoza

The funerals I’ve attended have all been very much the same. Relatives and friends arrive in all black and take seats in the church pews for a sombre ceremony where prayers are said, memories are shared and tears are shed.

Six out of 23 ‘entry level’ cars have few or no safety features: AA

Six of the 23 “entry level” vehicles‚ those that cost under R150 000‚ have none of the basic safety features‚ the Automobile Association has found.

Burning books‚ schools, lecture halls an assault on our collective being‚ says Ramaphosa

We must cherish the opportunity to learn and we must jealously guard the instruments of learning, says Ramaphosa
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Baleka Mbete marries on her birthday

She married Bloemfontein businessman Nape Khomo in a private ceremony at Gumatama‚ Mqanduli‚ in the Eastern Cape.

Sundowns storm into CAF Champions League final with 3-2 aggregate win over Zesco

Joker Anthony Laffor and the diminutive Percy Tau both scored to put Mamelodi Sundowns through to African Champions League final on a night of much celebration for South African football.

Wits v Pirates match at Wits University called off because of threat of a Fees Must Fall protest

Saturday night’s Premier Soccer League match between Bidvest Wits and Orlando Pirates at Bidvest Stadium was called off on Saturday night due to the threat of a “Fees Must Fall” protest disrupting the game.

Union resists bid to keep Hlaudi Motsoeneng at SABC

The Broadcasting‚ Electronic‚ Media and Allied Workers Union (Bemawu) has vowed to challenge any decision to keep Hlaudi Motsoeneng at the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) as the board of the public broadcaster scrambles to keep him in his position.

High Court voids R11.6 million accident fund award

When Glenn Bee was awarded R11.6-million for loss of earnings after a hit-and-run accident he thought it would allow him to retire in comfort.

WATCH: ‘I didn’t whip the white apartheid settler‚ but I wish I had’ - Qwabe defends using ‘protest stick’

Rhodes Scholar Ntokozo Qwabe‚ who bragged about making a white waitress cry‚ wishes he had “whipped the white apartheid settler” during student protests at UCT where he was filmed lashing out at a person with a stick.

Court upholds life sentence for father who impregnated daughter

A father who raped his daughter and made her pregnant has failed to set aside a life sentence imposed on him for his rape conviction.

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Sundowns storm into CAF Champions League final with 3-2 aggregate win over Zesco

Joker Anthony Laffor and the diminutive Percy Tau both scored to put Mamelodi Sundowns through to African Champions League final on a night of much celebration for South African football.

Kaizer Chiefs snatch second win in a row with 2-0 win over Maritzburg United

It was far from convincing but Steve Komphela and his Kaizer Chiefs silenced their doubters and turned the jeers of their own supporters into cheers with a 2-0 triumph – their second win in succession in a space of three days.

Wits v Pirates match at Wits University called off because of threat of a Fees Must Fall protest

Saturday night’s Premier Soccer League match between Bidvest Wits and Orlando Pirates at Bidvest Stadium was called off on Saturday night due to the threat of a “Fees Must Fall” protest disrupting the game.

Mind to factor in that midweek fatigue

With so many teams involved in European football midweek we have to tread carefully this weekend.

'Huge' gender pay gap in sport not closing: study

The huge gulf between how much male and female athletes are paid is not likely to narrow in the foreseeable future, a joint British-Australian report said Thursday.

Last company settles in scrap metal competition probe

The tribunal has confirmed the commission’s settlement with Ben Jacobs Iron and Steel over price-fixing and market division

Data prices can be cut but it will not be easy, says Romeo Kumalo

The former Vodacom executive says it is too simplistic to say that because 1GB of data costs a certain price in Nigeria, it should cost the same amount in SA

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Desmond Tutu's granddaughter's plea for the nation: All we can do now is pray

As South Africa breathes a collective sigh of relief over news that former Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has been discharged from hospital, his granddaughter has pleaded with the nation to continue praying for him.

Public paid R750,000 for Zuma pal’s funeral

Durban ratepayers forked out more than R750,000 for the funeral of one of President Jacob Zuma's most vocal backers, controversial businessman Don Mkhwanazi.

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