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Gauteng schools dens of vice

Bullying, theft, gangsterism, corporal punishment, drug abuse and the possession of weapons continue to plague Gauteng schools, according to a survey by the provincial department of education.

Grab a gran while you can

A Durban businesswoman is hiring out grannies.

Draadsitter takes stand on poachers

An innovation by an electrical engineer in Pretoria to curb cattle theft and rhino poaching has put him in the running for the inaugural Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation.

Limpopo schools feel cash crunch

While the poorest schools in several provinces are being paid the suggested government subsidy of R1116 for each pupil enrolled, schools in Limpopo will only receive R323.50 per child.

Man arrested on roof of Parliament

Parliament may be a national key point, kept under the watchful eye of police guard at all times, but this apparently did little to deter one man who made it atop the Presidential office building unhindered yesterday.

World unites for Nepal quake victims

International aid agencies, including South Africa's Gift of the Givers, are preparing massive relief operations in Nepal as the government here says all South Africans have been accounted for.