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JMPD recruiting 1‚500 new officers to fight crime in Johannesburg

The Joburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) is recruiting 1‚500 new officers to bolster visible policing and fight crime in the city.

Lions grind out bonus point win over Force in Perth

South Africa's Lions survived a major scare from the endangered Western Force in their Super Rugby clash in Perth on Saturday evening to notch their sixth straight win.

Brilliant new series explores Einstein, the genius ... & ladies' man

Geoffrey Rush's eyes well with ecstasy, his unkempt silver hair dances wildly. The veteran actor is Albert Einstein, the pop face of 20th- century science. Einstein - one of the fathers of modern physics and Poindexter behind the theory of relativity. And Einstein the fornicator, in the peak eruptions of shagging his office assistant.

Stormers sent SOS to Bok centre Juan de Jongh to offset injury crisis in New Zealand

The Stormers have not only been battered in terms of results on their New Zealand tour but their playing personnel has also been bruised after two record defeats.

Surfer bitten by shark at Plettenberg Bay

A teenage surfer saw a fin approaching and then felt a bump as a shark bit into his leg in Plettenberg Bay.

Crusaders charge on without injured skipper

The unbeaten Canterbury Crusaders won a ninth Super Rugby game this weekend, but the result was soured by an injury to All Blacks skipper Kieran Read.

All Blacks sweating on Kieran Read thumb injury suffered in Crusaders win over Cheetahs

Crusaders coach Scott Robertson may have had the slight headache of not knowing how bad Kieran Read's injury is but keeping their unbeaten streak was the cherry on top.

Bayern take fifth straight Bundesliga crown with win at Wolfsburg

Bayern Munich celebrated their record-extending fifth consecutive Bundesliga title on Saturday after crushing VfL Wolfsburg 6-0 to open up an unassailable 10-point lead over second-placed RB Leipzig with three matches remaining.

Sebastian Vettel on pole for Russian GP in Ferrari one-two

Championship leader Sebastian Vettel admitted it felt "fantastic" to lead Ferrari to their first front row lock out in nine years after he took pole position in Saturday's thrilling qualifying session for the Russian Grand Prix.

Cristiano Ronaldo passes Greaves as Europe's top scorer

Cristiano Ronaldo surpassed legendary English striker Jimmy Greaves on Sunday to become the all-time leading scorer in Europe's top leagues with 367 goals.

Don't wreck a stunning artwork with the wrong frame. Try these expert tips

Rita van der Walt, framing consultant at Orms Print Room & Framing, shares advice on how best to mount and frame your artworks
Workers clear concrete debris as they search for possible casualties at the ruins of an old building that collapsed near the central market in General Santos, southern Philippines

Strong quake off Philippines damages buildings: officials

A 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck off the Philippines early Saturday, officials said, damaging several buildings and injuring two people as panicked residents fled the coast following a tsunami warning.

Land Rover lovers should make tracks for Clarens

Matthew Savides joins a festival for adventurous folk, all keen to mingle and put their Landys to the ultimate test

Gigaba's economic advisor in hot water for 'take up arms' talk

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s economic advisor has suggested that people “take up arms” to achieve radical economic transformation in South Africa.

ANC official gunned down in Nquthu

An ANC voting district co-ordinator was gunned down in Nquthu in northern KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday evening following a rally that was addressed by deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa in KwaDlangamandla Ward 17‚ the ANC said on Sunday morning.

Fire Malikane for suggesting people ‘take up arms’ to achieve ‘radical economic transformation - DA

The Democratic Alliance has called for Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba to fire his economic advisor‚ Professor Chris Malikane‚ for reportedly suggesting that people “take up arms” to achieve “radical economic transformation” in South Africa.

President Zuma 'asked' lawyer to keep arms inquiry in dark about cash gifts, court told

President Jacob Zuma allegedly tried to silence a close confidant who had "intimate knowledge" about how the president benefited from the arms deal, by asking him not to testify at the Seriti commission.

PhD at 23 but big test is yet to come — driving licence

A 23-year-old North West University student has become one of the youngest on the continent to achieve PhD. But getting there was not easy for Musawenkhosi Sourambe.

Security provided for opposition leaders at Pretoria rally as death threats 'common'

Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane said political party leaders were provided with security at Thursday’s Freedom Movement rally in Pretoria as death threats were common.

Zackie Achmat calls for united front to oust Zuma

“Jacob Zuma must go‚ Helen Zille must go. Our job is to organise.”

WATCH: Mandela’s granddaughter urges the people to call the government to order

Struggle icon Nelson Mandela’s eldest granddaughter‚ Ndileka Mandela‚ has called on South Africans not to forget how far they have come and to stand together to ensure peace and prosperity in the country.

Bottom club Highlands Park fires coach Gordon Igesund

Gordon Igesund has been shown the door as Highlands Park head coach and Les Grobler has taken over the reins - club director Sinky Mnisi confirmed on Sunday.

Joshua's epic win over Klitschko hailed for reviving heavyweight boxing

British boxer Anthony Joshua's stunning 11th round knockout of Ukrainian legend Wladimir Klitschko was hailed Sunday as having restored some much-needed prestige to the tarnished image of heavyweight boxing.

Chiefs, SuperSport may have kissed the Premiership title goodbye following stalemate in Nelspruit

Kaizer Chiefs’ 2-2 draw with SuperSport United at Mbombela Stadium on Saturday night was a bitter pill to swallow for Amakhosi coach Steve Komphela as his club looked to take all the three points.

Cheetahs' Super Rugby season disintegrating after sixth consecutive loss in Bloemfontein

Cheetahs coach Franco Smith refused to admit his team is caught in a whirlpool of mediocre performances after their sixth consecutive loss at the Free State Stadium on Saturday evening.

Jonevret believes what he is building at Orlando Pirates starting to take shape

It has been a good week for Orlando Pirates with two wins and a draw from three games where they have finally made a breakthrough into the top eight bracket on the log.

If opting for lay-by‚ check that store’s policy is CPA compliant

Lay-by signs are popping up in the windows and at the pay points of many a chain store as struggling retailers embrace the interest-free payment model in a bid to entice consumers with maxed-out credit cards and tainted credit records.
Workers clear concrete debris as they search for possible casualties at the ruins of an old building that collapsed near the central market in General Santos, southern Philippines

Strong quake off Philippines damages buildings: officials

A 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck off the Philippines early Saturday, officials said, damaging several buildings and injuring two people as panicked residents fled the coast following a tsunami warning.

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