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‘100% Zulu boys’ to win KwaZulu-Natal Road to 2024: Let's face it, an ANC campaign led by President Cyril Ramaphosa and party secretary Fikile Mbalula will not win KwaZulu-Natal for the ANC, argues Zukile Majova.
Spur of the moment win after red-faced sending-offs Liverpool's defensive resilience was not quite enough as two red cards and a last-second own goal saw them lose for the first time this season.
Black Coffee brews nostalgia before sold-out MSG gig Grammy Award-winning South African artist Black Coffee, whose real name is Nkosinathi Maphumulo, puts his success in music to his humble upbringing.
Can Pollard do a Chester? 28 years ago, a key Springbok player rejoined the squad with the World Cup half finished. On Sunday it will happen again, writes Andy Capostagno.
Floods sweep the Big Apple New York City has been affected by storms causing flash flooding, prompting officials to declare a state of emergency.
Mayhem in Manchester! City and United suffered goal rush defeats in a thrilling afternoon of Premier League football.
Pirates in a mess after Champions League exit Orlando Pirates were left having to contend for domestic honours following elimination from the CAF Champions League.
NFP conference gets green light The NFP elective conference got the nod from the Pietermaritzburg High Court, disregarding the former Nongoma mayor's objections.
Izinyokanyoka mob attacks JMPD officials Footage obtained by Scrolla.Africa shows the officials’ car being pelted with stones after they came to cut off illegal electricity connections.
DA demands probe into Eastern Cape capture The party believes that Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has been captured by those wanting to fill their pockets.
All eyes on Handré PICK OF THE SPORT: How will Handré Pollard do on Sunday? You will have to watch the Springboks take on Tonga to find out, writes Dylan Bettencourt.
AfriForum klaps Malema in court Afrikaans civil rights group — AfriForum — has won another round of court battles against EFF leader Julius Malema.
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