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SIMPLY THE BEST One of the greatest rock and roll voices of all time has fallen silent.
Oops! Minister impregnates his deputy ‘by mistake’ Tony Mwaba Kazadi, the Minister of Education for the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), has impregnated his Deputy Minister, Aminata Namasia.
Cholera outbreak steals the show at Tshwane budget The budget speech delivered by Tshwane's MMC for Finance, Peter Sutton, on Wednesday, placed significant emphasis on wastewater treatment plants.
KZN ANC squabbles over spoils of office The infighting in the KZN Cabinet is raising its ugly head after it has emerged that Premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube boycotted the cabinet reshuffle after she was bullied by provincial ANC leaders to perform it.
Malawi’s gold plated pit latrine Malawi has spent US$17,000 (20 million Kwacha) to construct a small pit latrine at an under-five clinic in the country's third largest city of Mzuzu.
Broos bets on strugglers Every time Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos names his squad, each of his selections looks like a gamble, writes Michael Madyira.
Thabo Bester: no reason for bail, says prosecutor The accused in the Thabo Bester case appearing in court on Tuesday had not submitted sufficient evidence for bail to be granted, said prosecutor Sello Matlhoko.
Cable thieves come to fiery end Three burnt bodies were found at the weekend in the Withoek Plots area of Ekurhuleni, with a bag containing tools to steal cables.
An alligator walks into a bar… A 23-year-old man out drinking with his pals early on Sunday morning had his arm torn off by a 10.5-foot-long alligator.
Wealthy Dr Dracula feasts on own son’s blood In a desperate attempt to defy ageing, a 45-year-old multimillionaire injected himself with blood from his own son.
Lamati aims for WBC belt Ludumo "9mm" Lamati is gearing up for a colossal clash against WBC silver featherweight champion Nick Ball at the SSE Arena in Belfast on Saturday.
Sudan ceasefire brings temporary relief Sudan has experienced a brief pause from the heavy battles that have plagued the country for the past five weeks, following the announcement of a ceasefire agreement.
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