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No news is SABC news

The wheels, rims and axles are flying off the SABC wagon as staff threaten a news blackout.

Who's laughing now, JZ?

The public might have had the last laugh after President Jacob Zuma was yesterday ordered to pay back R7.8-million for the non-security upgrades to his private home in Nkandla.

SARS fraudster guilty

Businessman Johan van Staden was the best boss.

Rabies plagues Gauteng region

Health authorities in Gauteng are fighting a rabies outbreak in the Muldersdrift area. Residents have been asked to inoculate their pets.

Fangs bared over fake ad

By the time the driver was placed in a headlock and threatened with a baseball bat, the SPCA realised it had achieved its goal.
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Hope for kids with learning difficulties

Early identification and intervention could help prevent children with learning difficulties from falling behind before it is too late.

Gay apology overdue, says Pope

Pope Francis said on Sunday that Christians and the Roman Catholic Church should apologise to gay people and seek their forgiveness for the way they have been treated.

10 stabbed at skinhead rally

Ten people were wounded after a stabbing spree broke out during a neo-Nazi rally at California's state capitol building at the weekend.

'Corruption has allowed death traps to be used as taxis'

The consequence of corruption and loopholes in the Road Traffic Act is converted minibus taxis that split in half. Public Protector Thuli Madonsela yesterday held hearings into Toyota Quantum panel vans converted into passenger vehicles.

Mapisa-Nqakula lawsuit exposes military hospital's failure to care for one of its own

A lawsuit against Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula has exposed one of the country's military hospitals for failing to care for one of its own.

Brazilian for Brazilians

Premier League champions Mamelodi Sundowns have put the exit of captain Ramahlwe Mphahlele behind them, bringing on board defender Ricardo Nascimento from Brazil.

Hodgson quits as England boss after Iceland humiliation

Roy Hodgson resigned as England manager following his side's humiliating 2-1 defeat by tiny Iceland in the Euro 2016 last 16 on Monday.

Cry for him, Argentina

Lionel Messi wept on Sunday as he and Argentina suffered yet another footballing heartbreak.

Djokovic looks to serve up title No13 at Wimbledon

Novak Djokovic got his campaign for a third successive Wimbledon tennis title off to a winning start yesterday with a 6-0 7-6 (7/3) 6-4 victory over Britain's James Ward.

The year has started badly but it need not end that way

When we look back on 2016, what will our strongest memories be? What will we be most proud of? Or most ashamed?

The Big Read: The truth that got lost in the fire

There is a lot to digest in the aftermath of what happened in Tshwane last week. It will take a long time to process all the themes.

The rough road just got a lot bumpier

Like most money managers around the world I didn't sleep restfully on Thursday night. The betting shops and polls had tilted towards Britain voting to remain in the EU, and investor relief had pushed stock markets higher and inspired a strong recovery in sterling.

Brexit damage control

British Prime Minister David Cameron, Chancellor George Osborne and leading Brexiteer Boris Johnson came out with reassuring statements yesterday in a bid to calm markets reeling in the wake of the vote to leave the EU.
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Brics nations aim to set up own ratings agency

The Brics nations are looking to set up a new credit-rating company in an effort to break the dominance of the big three developed-nation firms.

Miners see the golden lining

Gold miners AngloGold Ashanti and Gold Fields will be among the few winners of the Brexit crisis, ratings agency Moody's said yesterday.

Drake ducks in, out of SA

Word on the street is that Canadian rapper and singer Drake has been in South Africa to shoot a video for a new song.

Ire as Lady Gaga meets Dalai Lama

Poker faces were in short supply after Lady Gaga met the Dalai Lama, with Chinese social media users erupting in fury yesterday.

Mngoma catches the eye at BET Awards

Nandi Mngoma has taken the international fashion world by storm and she hasn't even launched her own fashion clothing line yet.

July 'the social event of the year'

French champagne, fine whisky, sushi and oysters are what the mink and manure set will be feasting on at the Vodacom Durban July this Saturday.

Majority of women hate their bodies

It should come as no surprise that female confidence is at an all-time low given the increased expectations placed on women, says new research.

Life at the max: Standing tall 12 months on

Exactly a year ago Caleb Swanepoel's life changed forever when his right leg had to be amputated above the knee.

Weighty issue: Fat-burning diets can add years to your appearance

Former tennis star Marion Bartoli last made a stir when she won Wimbledon in 2013. Sadly, not for her tennis prowess, but for the sexism storm whipped up by broadcaster John Inverdale's insensitive remark that she was "never going to be a looker".