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STUTTERING SPRINGBOKS OVERCOME TONGA The Boks were disappointing in the first half – but clicked into gear in the second to win their final World Cup group stage game.
Tupac’s killer – What do the cops have on Keefe D? After 27 years, the truth behind one of the world’s most notorious unsolved murders might have come to light.
NFP launches political comeback The National Freedom Party - once the queen of kingmakers in KZN politics - announced the news at its provincial conference on Saturday.
Deputy minister’s bodyguard killed in mass shooting A mass shooting in Gugulethu has resulted in the death of five people, including an off-duty police officer who served as a bodyguard for deputy police minister Cassel Mathale.
Officer, I wasn’t speeding… It was my dog! A traffic camera in Slovakia captured a dog happily speeding down a highway.
Are the Springboks in the quarter-finals? There is still a slight chance the Springboks could be knocked out of the Rugby World Cup, writes Andy Capostagno.
Mzansi stars honoured at sizzling Saftas The main awards evening of this year’s Saftas showcased SA’s most celebrated screen artists – and at least one wardrobe choice that set tongues wagging.
Nine SA netball gems sign with overseas teams Spar Proteas players are reaping the rewards of impressive performances at the 2023 Netball World Cup, with nine of them earning overseas contracts.
DRUNK NURSES RUN ALEX CLINIC INTO THE GROUND A video has gone viral showing the terrible conditions inside the Alexandra’s Masakhane Clinic, where staff allegedly turn up for work drunk.
Sekhukhune join Sundowns and SuperSport in CAF Cup Sekhukhune United are through to the group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup after a 4-2 win on aggregate over DRC side St Eloi Lupopo.
Building catches fire in Joburg CBD Joburg EMS said the fire broke out when recycling material caught fire earlier on Sunday.
Sundowns ease past Bumamuru Mamelodi Sundowns cruised into the CAF Champions League group stage.
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