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Taxi industry snubs Malema’s shutdown The South African taxi industry has rejected Julius Malema’s charm offensive.
‘The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind’ With South Africa not going a single day without rolling blackouts, the potential to create a solution from thin air seems a dream come true.
Mantashe: the power behind the throne Chinese military general Sun Tzu is credited with the proverb “Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer”.
Girls wage war with school over hair extension ban When several girls in grades 9 to 12 arrived at Zitikeni secondary school in Tembisa on Monday and Tuesday, they were given an ultimatum: cut off their hair extensions or go home.
How booze became the bitter downfall of SA’s footballers Extra Time: The problem of drinking among South African footballers is well-documented and has long been their weakness, writes Michael Madyira.
The hidden reason behind cycling couple’s photo finish When avid cyclists Ntwanano and Khetani Mushwana crossed the finish line holding hands in the Cape Town Cycle Tour on Sunday, they were celebrating a private victory they will remember for the rest of their lives.
‘We don’t care for name changes!’ Residents in the Eastern Cape say that two proposed name changes in the province are the least of their concerns right now.
When Pele brought 90 minutes of peace to war-torn Nigeria When Pele visited Benin City in 1969, in the midst of a civil war, the face of Nigerian football would be altered forevermore.
COPS GIVE CAR THIEF ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE When a man in a stolen car broke down along a highway in Bronkhorstspruit and a police patrol car pulled up, he thought the game was up.
‘We shall meet violence with violence’ – Malema Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has called on his followers to be prepared to meet violence with violence during the planned national shutdown on 20 March.
Gatvol mphakathi stones 28 to death in three months The latest Gauteng provincial crime statistics show that contact crimes, including murder, rape and kidnapping, have all increased in the province.
AmaZulu traditional leader killed by men hunting for booze A traditional leader in KwaZulu-Natal was gunned down during a weekend of mourning for the late AmaZulu King, Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu.
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