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MPHO PHALATSE IS PICKING THE WRONG FIGHTIf anyone deserves a punch in the nose, it's DA leader John Steenhuisen.
Cotton Fest shined its light on the darknessRicky Rick’s legacy continued as the annual Cotton Fest managed to shine, even with load shedding taking a toll.
SA Tourism officials forced out over Spurs debacleThree members of the SA Tourism board tendered their resignations on Friday over the proposed R1 billion sponsorship deal with English Premier League soccer club Tottenham Hotspur.
Miss Namibia finalist hits the big time in DubaiPrisca Anyolo went from being a Miss Namibia finalist to becoming an influencer in Dubai and a beautician.
Unstoppable Sundowns too much for PiratesCassius Mailula’s early goal fired Mamelodi Sundowns to a record-extending 15 consecutive Premier Soccer League wins following a 1-0 victory over Orlando Pirates at Orlando Stadium on Saturday.
Pupil’s murder believed to be racist hate crimeThe family of the Geluksdal Secondary School learner who was stabbed to death, allegedly by racist gang members, believes the police and school failed their son.
United well-grounded but Liverpool hounded by WolvesOn a five-game Premier League goal rush that produced 16 goals, Liverpool failed to convert and were on the wrong side of yet another 3-0 defeat away from home.
Rats with ‘human brains’ could solve medical problemsRats that have had human cells transplanted into them to form a “mini-brain” may one day help scientists treat brain injuries.
The Red Rose bends the knee in front of the Flower of ScotlandFive minutes. That’s how long it takes for the first scrum as the game swings from one side of the field to the other.
Teenage pregnancy rates inspire TV seriesThe alarming number of pregnant learners in the country has driven Giyani Land of Blood actor, Fumani Shilubana, to produce a mini-series titled Pregnant High.
Merseyside and Manchester bleed blue as Gunners left wonderingIt was a game that made an impact on the top and bottom of the Premier League table as Sean Dyche kicked off his time as Everton boss with a massive 1-0 win over Arsenal in Saturday's early game.
No toilet? No schoolMore than 200 learners at the Mohwibidu Primary School in Moletjie Ga-Setati, outside Polokwane, have missed three days of school this week due to a lack of sanitation facilities.
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