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ANOTHER INNOCENT LIFE TAKEN BY MOB JUSTICEA lecturer was mistaken for a goat thief and brutally murdered in a case of mob justice on Saturday in Limpopo.
Twelve year old boy and his aunt buried alive in maize siloA routine check around a farm ended in tragedy when a 12-year-old boy and his aunt drowned in a silo full of maize.
Nandi Madida steals the shine at the Durban JulyFilly Sparkling Water took the top honours at this year’s Hollywoodbets Durban July horse race on Saturday.
Close to 50 SA footballers not being paidAround 50 footballers in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) have not been paid for two months, with some claiming they have not received their salaries since December.
Judge slams Ramaphosa over Marikana roleThe Johannesburg High Court has ruled that the surviving Marikana mine workers can seek compensation from President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Eskom blames workers’ strike for Stage 6 load sheddingAs South Africa enters Stage 6 of load shedding, power utility Eskom has laid the blame at the foot of its striking workers.
Limpopo health department head jumps before she could be pushedLimpopo provincial health department head Dr Thokozani Mhlongo has resigned after being implicated in the personal protective equipment (PPE) tender scandal that gripped the country last year.
Can sweet and sour hyena balls power Kenya’s economy?Kenyan politician George Wajackoyah says that if he is elected president he will export hyena testicles to China to generate revenue for the country.
Another blow for BorisWhen UK prime minister Boris Johnson was working as foreign secretary in 2018, an MP walked into his office to find he and his then-mistress Carrie Symonds in a “compromising position”.
Nigerian man wants more kids after fathering five sets of twinsA man who fathered five sets of twins is raising his kids alone after his wife's parents took her home complaining that she was giving birth to too many twins.
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