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President Cyril Ramaphosa and Caster Semenya make it on to Time's list of 100 most influential people, Man swallows diamonds during Hawks raid and is held in hospital until he pooped them out and ANC fixes billboard blunder.
SA's land reform process is going to be done in terms of the Constitution, says President Cyril Ramaphosa, an ex-coach believes South Africa's Super Rugby players are not mentally strong enough and Channel24 interviews singing sensation Patricia Lewis.
ANC bigwig Ace Magashule hits out at author after damning corruption allegations, "I remember the screams, blood and terror in her eyes", says woman about dog attack and there will be no quota policy for the Proteas at the upcoming Cricket World Cup.
ANC moves to settle dispute between State Security Minister Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba and ANC secretary general Ace Magashule, Afrikaans is Groot drama continues and mom makes heartbreaking plea for thieves to return her stolen handbag.
The male lion, which went missing almost a month ago, is finally captured, find out how the spooks became obsessed with 'political intelligence gathering' and Sri Lanka recalls head coach Chandika Hathurusingha ahead of a three-match T20 series in SA.
Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson gets a R5m bonus, Proteas batsman Hashim Amla skips remaining ODI matches due to father's illness and tears and heartbreak as Ethiopian Airlines staff honours crew killed in crash.
The PowerBall winner may not get taxed but friends and family could be, a new cellphone network is launching in SA, and Pakistan residents fear a full-scale war against India.
The BMW N1 horror crash driver says he still gets flashbacks but made peace with his injuries, there is no single solution to Eskom's crisis that is gripping the nation, and former president Jacob Zuma reminisces of his time as the leader of our country.
Everything you need to know about load shedding as SA enters 'uncharted territory', Vytjie Mentor questions her role as a witness, and Thoko Didiza appointed chair of land expropriation committee.
At least 32 people have died in flood-hit KwaZulu-Natal, Gupta-wedding airline grounded and cheeky gorillas selfie goes viral.
As the general elections nears, political parties are drumming up support by slamming one another, the Proteas will announce their 15-man squad for the 2019 World Cup in England but the major selection headache remains what to do with veteran Hashim Amla and more on My f*k! Marelize's adventures.
We dig deeper into the fallout between Robert McBride and Bheki Cele, a Cape Town man is in hot water for selling mountain water by the truckload and have a look at this horse race to keep devils away.
Service delivery protests erupt in Alexandra, a woman is sentenced to life for raping 10-year-old boy and will load shedding ever be a thing of the past?
Former Minister Malusi Gigaba was "incorrect" to grant members of the Gupta family early naturalisation, a committee finds, FF Plus goes to court over 'blacks-only' BLF party and can any good come from the IPL for the Proteas?
The ANC defends controversial ministers on the party's lists, AfriForum is urged to unconditionally retract a documentary that "sanitises" apartheid and airlines are rethinking multi billion dollar Boeing orders amid crash concern.
'Lion's Head not safe for the public right now' - wilderness search and rescue volunteer on reopened trail, Tshwane mayoral spokesperson fired over 'irregular' appointment, and Marelize is at it again.
Jason Rohde's mother begs for a lenient sentence for him, Zimbabwe's opposition official has been convicted on false declaration charges, and seven British Labour Party MPs resigned days before the parliamentary Brexit vote.
Bank statements reveal how Free State government paid Guptas over R330m for Estina dairy farm, Eskom and the multi-billion rand mega projects that could have saved SA, and Were Bulls robbed blind by Sharks’ 'successful' conversion?
Setback for severely injured Hoërskool Driehoek teen, Guptas want their own video of in loco inspection shown at state capture commission, and SA Rugby dragged to SAHRC over alleged racism at Loftus.
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