- Chelsea's Costa gets three-game ban
- Mpumalanga gets South Africa's first e-police station
- Obamas, Biden tweet childhood pictures as part of health insurance drive
- People question justice minister Michael Masutha's parole decisions
- Agent confirms Paul Pogba will leave Juventus
- Blast at Pakistan Shi'ite mosque kills 20, more than 50 hurt
- Johnny Depp to wed next week
- School makes kids pull down pants in hunt for gym floor pooper
- Shakira gives birth
- Two killed as drunk driver tries to escape police road block
- Foreign nationals shot, assaulted in their shop in KZN
- Bismarck retained as Sharks Super Rugby skipper
- North West Caltex robbed, ATM bombed
- Derby-Lewis used another patient's name on his pathologist's report: minister
- Man arrested for peeing on waitress
- Teen killed in Atteridgeville looting
- A ceiling on land ownership will not lift anyone out of poverty: Afribusiness
- Indian woman who alleges rape sues Uber in US court
- Asian football boss dismisses suggestion of banishing Australia
- Rap mogul 'Suge' Knight reportedly involved in deadly hit-and-run
- Speaker of Parliament to decide on Dramat request
- Opposition blogger may have 'outed' Putin's daughter
- Has Cassper and Amanda's hot romance cooled off?
- Manchester United set aside €150 million to sign Gareth Bale - report
- Learn to live with potholes
- African Union calls for 7,500-strong force to fight Boko Haram
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The Department of Basic Education is in turmoil after its database suffered an alleged ''catastrophic'' hack attack and important information was lost.
Astronomers say they have found the first-ever ringed planet beyond our solar system, a super-world with a girdle of halos 200 times bigger than Saturn's.
Eleven-year-old Jamie de Wet screamed in terror, crying for her mother.