- Chelsea's Costa and Cahill fit for Community Shield, says Mourinho
- Siwahla completes Chiefs move
- Palestinian toddler burned to death in 'settler' arson attack
- Russian sports minister set to become FA president after rival pullout
- Microsoft learns R95 billion math lesson in its Nokia blunder
- Watch: Ripley's Believe it or Not tour kicks off in SA
- Fouche to marshal Bulls in Japan
- Cecil the lion's hunt 'went wrong from the beginning' - Theo Bronkhorst
- ANC Western Cape poo tosser in more trouble, charged with inciting violence
- Rand hits fresh 14-year lows
- Theo Walcott and Santi Cazorla sign new Arsenal contracts
- Home truths for the Flats
- Murder renews fears of taxi war
- Chiefs keeper Khuzwayo out of Carling Black Label Cup, Pieterse in
- ‘Projected drop in diesel price will benefit us all – even Eskom’
- Lewis whistleblower describes ‘mystery shops’ as ‘horrifying’
- CSA, players’ union kissing and making up over Philander World Cup debacle
- Michel Platini's FIFA candidacy fails to excite Africa
- Expected exodus from Sundowns yet to start
- Japanese firm to make whisky in space
- Catholic Church makes things easier for Polio in Kenya
- Hawks have ‘strong case’ against suspects in N2 cop-killing
- Charlize Theron films with Sean Penn in South Africa
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- Lattimore apologises to fans for PE no-show
- Extent of airport crime exposed
The war within rail agency Prasa continues.
Essential medicines are being rationed in KwaZulu-Natal.
The government has roped in the Hawks and National Prosecuting Authority in its fight against initiation deaths.
The ANC yesterday moved to block another attempt by the opposition to have the public protector appear before the ad hoc committee on Nkandla, saying Thuli Madonsela's report had "misled the nation".